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SPECIAL REPORT: Trump addresses nation on Afghanistan policy
The president provided new guidance for his South Asia strategy.
Another violent collision involving a Navy destroyer
10 soldiers are still missing after the U.S.S. John McCain collided with an oil tanker off the coast of Shanghai.
10 missing after US Navy destroyer collides with merchant ship off Singapore
A Navy guided-missile destroyer, the USS John S. McCain, collided with a commercial vessel east of Singapore early Monday, 10 sailors are missing and five were injured, the Navy said.
The Note: Trump returns to a lonelier Washington after damage of Charlottesville
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Strategy, at last: President Trump makes his third primetime address to the nation as president tonight, outlining the path forward for the U.S. in Afghanistan . Anything happen while he was gone? The president is back in Washington after a working vacation and has a
Richmond mayor on Confederate monument debate: Trump 'doesn't live here'
In the wake of the unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, that was sparked by plans to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee, the mayor of nearby Richmond said that while he respects President Donald Trump ’s views on Confederate monuments, the president “doesn’t live here.” Richmond is the former capital
Trump’s generals 'have to stay' in Cabinet to 'right the ship': Obama official
The secretary of Homeland Security for President Obama said that despite recent talk of "whether people should resign from the White House," the military leaders now serving in top positions for President Donald Trump need to stay to "right the ship." ABC News Chief Global Affairs Correspondent
Trump under fire for response to Charlottesville
ABC News' Martha Raddatz reports on the fallout from President Trump's Charlottesville response.
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.
Trump has 'inside information' on who protested in Charlottesville, says Falwell Jr. in defense of president
Evangelical Christian leader Jerry Falwell Jr. defended President Donald Trump 's comment that there were "very fine people on both sides" in the Charlottesville protests, saying the president "had information I didn't have" about who participated in the demonstration against removal of a
Martha Raddatz on the military's response to Charlottesville
ABC News' Martha Raddatz shares thoughts on military leaders taking the rare step of speaking out after Charlottesville.