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Trump isolation growing as business panels dismantled
President Donald Trump has abruptly dismantled two of his White House business councils as he attempts to manage his increasing isolation and the continued fallout from his combative comments on racially charged violence in Charlottesville, Virginia
Unpacking the controversy over what Trump has said, and not said, on Charlottesville
The reverberations from the violence in Charlottesville continue to echo as President Donald Trump faces further fallout from his handling of the situation. Members of his own party have come out against his response and now two of his economic councils have disbanded as business leaders distance
In wake of rally, Richmond's mayor reconsiders monuments
In the wake of a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, the mayor of Richmond, Virginia, says his city should consider removing or relocating its Confederate statues
The Latest: Peaceful candlelight vigil moves through campus
Hundreds of people have gathered on the University of Virginia campus for a peaceful candlelight vigil against hate and violence days after Charlottesville erupted in chaos during a white nationalist rally
Charlottesville victim's mother urges 'righteous action'
The mother of the young woman mowed down while protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville is urging people to "make my child's death worthwhile" by confronting injustice
Mayor: Baltimore statues came down 'quietly, quickly'
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said she chose to remove Confederate statues "quietly and quickly" in order to avoid violent protests. She recommends other mayors considering following suit to do the same.
The Latest: VA secretary defends Trump remarks
A Jewish member of President Donald Trump's Cabinet says Trump has "done a good job of speaking for himself" and has made clear he opposes bigotry, hatred, violence, Nazis and white supremacists
Pence ignores questions on Trump's Charlottesville remarks, calls it a 'tragedy'
Vice President Mike Pence declined Wednesday to defend President Trump ’s controversial comments casting “blame on both sides” of the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville over the weekend. “What happened in Charlottesville was a tragedy,” Pence said in Santiago, Chile . “The
Republican leaders dance around Trump remarks
Republican leaders tiptoe around President Donald Trump's extraordinary remarks on white supremacists as the GOP grapples with an escalating political crisis
Application to hold cross burning atop Stone Mountain denied
A request by a Ku Klux Klan group to burn a cross atop Stone Mountain has been denied