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Erasing history?: The debate over Confederate monuments
ABC News' Martha Raddatz sits down with Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney, co-CEO of the American Civil War Museum Christy Coleman, and Charlottesville City Councilor Kristin Szakos to discuss the debate over Confederate monuments.
Ski resort owner will litigate damages, not contest charges
A Vermont ski resort owner accused of fraud involving foreign investors' money won't contest the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges against him
Berkshire Hathaway sells off GE stake, boosts BNY Mellon
Warren Buffett's company has eliminated its stake in General Electric and boosted its investment in the Bank of New York Mellon Corp.
Fans react to Taylor Swift's testimony against former DJ David Mueller
ABC News' Clayton Sandell reports on what to expect from day 5 of Mueller's groping trial in Denver.
Utility pays bonuses to execs before nuclear project fails
A review of federal records show the company that led the failed effort to build two new nuclear reactors in South Carolina paid its executives millions in bonuses, some of it for work on the project
The Latest: Agency recommends dismissal of utility's plans
A South Carolina agency responsible for examining utilities says state regulators should reject SCE&G's plans to recover billions more from customers for a nuclear project it bailed on last week
Net neutrality fight continues
Major internet companies are launched online protests over Republican efforts to roll back FCC regulations.
Lakers hoping to bring Lonzo Ball in for second workout
The Los Angeles Lakers , holding the second pick in next week's NBA draft, had Kansas forward Josh Jackson in for a second look on Tuesday, and also brought in Kentucky point guard De'Aaron Fox for a private workout. Members of the Lakers' front office -- including Magic Johnson , Rob Pelinka,
Ex-Notre Dame QB Malik Zaire close to making his transfer decision
Former Notre Dame?quarterback Malik Zaire is nearing a decision as to where his next destination will be as a fifth-year graduate transfer, he said Thursday. Zaire was originally planning to have a decision made by now, but pushed it back until after his graduation ceremony May 28. He has visited