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Ex-student apologizes to UA, professor over photo from 'pro-white' rally

Ex-student apologizes to UA, professor over photo from 'pro-white' rally

The 33-year-old man photographed on Friday wearing an "Arkansas Engineering" T-shirt at a widely condemned Charlottesville, Va., rally said he never intended to bring shame to the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

Charge amended in Arkansas biting attack; caretaker accused ...

A prosecutor has increased to second-degree murder a charge against a caretaker accused of biting an elderly Cherokee Village woma...

Dec. 13 trial set for driver in crash that killed boy, 1

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Restaurant Transitions: James is no longer at the Mill

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Trump missed mark, some in state say

After President Donald Trump painted "both sides" as violent aggressors in a deadly white-nationalist attack in Virginia, several ...

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Trump's business councils disband

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon no longer has to weigh the pros and cons of remaining a member of President Donald Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum.

Charge amended in biting attack

A prosecutor has increased to second-degree murder a charge against a caretaker accused of biting an elderly Cherokee Village woman who later died.

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Trump's business councils disband

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon no longer has to weigh the pros and cons of remaining a member of President Donald Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum.

Trump's business councils disband

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon no longer has to weigh the pros and cons of remaining a member of President Donald Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum.

GOP leaders blast racial hate

NEW YORK -- The Senate's top Republican on Wednesday condemned the "messages of hate and bigotry" carried by the Ku Klux Klan and white supremacists. But like other top GOP officials, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell did not criticize President Donald Trump, who said a day earlier that white supremacists don't bear all the blame for last weekend's violence in Charlottesville, Va.

March, march, march

The kluxers, white nationalists and would-be Nazis (if they could only get their party to rise from the ashes of the Forties) made news again this week. They're good for it about once a year. This time they were organized enough to get off the Internet for a few hours to actually put together a march, in Thomas Jefferson's home of Charlottesville, Va., no less. And they sufficiently incited someone to plow his car into a crowd of people, killing one and injuring many others. The papers say the young suspect has a history of mental troubles. The courts will decide his legal fate, but mental troubles certainly help explain why he was at a march for neo-Nazis and white supremacists.

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Starbucks founder decries violence after Charlottesville

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Young leaders of massive 2014 Hong Kong protests get prison

HONG KONG (AP) — A Hong Kong court sent young activist Joshua Wong and two other student leaders to prison Thursday for their roles in huge pro-democracy protests nearly three years earlier, in the latest sign that tolerance for dissent is waning in the Chinese-ruled former British colony.

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