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· Artists, Curators Torn About Confederate Statues' Futures
Posted on Saturday August 19, 2017
Artists, historic preservationists and museum curators are watching the nation's Confederate soldier statues coming down and are torn about what should happen to them when they're no longer atop their pedestals.

· Stocks Pare Early Losses as Trump Lets Bannon Go
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
U.S. stocks rallied after the White House announced that Steve Bannon, a controversial key adviser to President Donald Trump, would be leaving his job Friday.

· 4th Person Arrested in Spain Attacks
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Catalan police said Friday they had arrested a fourth person in connection with the attacks in Barcelona and the resort of Cambrils that have killed at least 14 people.

· 3 Charities Cancel Mar-a-Lago Events
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
President Donald Trump's comments about the white nationalist rally last weekend are hurting not just his political standing, but his pocketbook.

· Schwarzenegger: There Are Not Two Sides to Hatred
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger jabbed President Donald Trump saying there are not two sides to bigotry or hatred.

· Wisconsin Assembly Passes $3B Foxconn Bill
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
6:20 p.m.The Wisconsin state Assembly has passed a $3 billion tax break package for Taiwan-based electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group.

· Lawsuit: Birth Control for Sentencing Violates Rights
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
A Tennessee sheriff and judge violated the constitutional rights of jail inmates by promising to reduce their sentences if they underwent birth control procedures, an ex-inmate says in a federal lawsuit.

· Wisconsin Mayor Orders Confederate Statues Removed From Cemetery
Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
The mayor of Madison, Wisconsin ordered the removal of the statues depicting Confederate soldiers from the grounds of Forest Hill Cemetery, The Wisconsin State Journal reports.

· Carson Reveals Home Vandalized, Calls for 'High Road'
Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson revealed Wednesday his home was vandalized in May, urging for people in similar circumstances to take "the high road."

· Gov. Abbott on Confederate Statues: Learn From Past, Don't Bury It
Posted on Thursday August 17, 2017
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott pooh-poohed the removal of Confederate monuments across the country because it "won't erase our nation's past and it doesn't advance our nation's future."

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