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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee says he has no plans to stop celebrating the Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, slave trader and KKK member

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed a bill declaring Saturday as Nathan Bedford Forrest Day to the honorary federation, the slave trader, and the early Ku Klux Klan leader. Interested in Confederate Monuments? Add Confederate Monuments to interest you on the latest news, videos and analysis from ABC News. The governor of Tennessee has demanded by law to annually declare July …

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POLITICS GAME BOOK: What VP saw at the border

"When Vice President Pence visited an immigration center for immigrants here on Friday, he saw almost 400 men hugging behind crippled fences and not enough room for everyone to lie on the concrete ground. There were no rugs or pillows for them who found the space to rest. A stench from body odors hung in the air. "| Mario Tama …

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President Trump and the Citizenship Question: Editorial Board Roundtable

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi charged this week that President Donald Trump just wants to make America white again, as Trump backed off his attempts to get a citizenship question added to the 2020 U.S. Census. The president instead issued an executive order directing federal agencies to share their citizenship-related data with the Commerce Department. records showing citizenship data for 100 …

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Racial politics roil Democratic Party

Democrats who have called President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump prides itself on Kim Jong Un "being so happy to see me" Romney defends Paul Ryan: "The error of our loss for 2012 is my only" Trump explains acutely over tropical storm Barry MORE and his political racists now point to each other about problems of race. Allegations of the race's …

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9th Circle Rules DOJ can give preference to cities that are spending money to fight illegal immigration

Los Angeles City sued the Justice Department for not receiving any funds from the Community Oriented Police Services Program, aimed at initiatives to build trust between societies and law enforcement agencies. Los Angeles chose to build trust and respect as its focus area and did not mention illegal immigration in its application because of its policy of a sanctuary city. …

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OxyContin made Sacklers Rich. Now it breaks them.

Jacqueline Sackler was tired. HBO's John Oliver had just used his television show to plunder his family, the clan that owns Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of OxyContin. In a nearly 15-minute Sunday-night segment, he joined a long line of people who blamed Sacklers in part for the nation's opioid crisis. When the show was over, Sackler, who is married to …

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SHOCKING VIDEO: The victims of murder victims jump handcuffs, sentenced murderers in the court case

The convicting hearing for a man who was sentenced to kill an Ohio woman broke out in chaos on Thursday when the victim's two sons attacked the handcuffed accused inside the courtroom. Dale Williams, 62, was sentenced for the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Elizabeth Pledger Stewart, in Youngstown, Ohio. But moments before Pledger Stewart's daughter was giving his victim of …

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