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Trump blames media for condemnation of comments on Virginia
President Donald Trump is blaming the media for widespread condemnation of his response to a Charlottesville
The Latest: Trump says US will 'probably' end NAFTA
President Donald Trump says he thinks the U.S. will "end up probably terminating" the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico "at some point."
Should Boston rename famous meeting hall with slave ties?
An advocacy group in Boston is calling for the city's historic Faneuil Hall to be renamed
Priest takes leave after disclosing past in the Ku Klux Klan
A Virginia priest is taking a leave of absence after disclosing he once was a member of the Ku Klux Klan
Stone Mountain poses another test for Confederate symbols
Stone Mountain, like a Mount Rushmore of the Confederacy, poses another (huge) test for Confederate symbols
Comedian, civil rights activist Dick Gregory dies at 84
Dick Gregory, who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used humor to spread messages of social justice and nutritional health, has died at 84. Gregory was one of the first black standup comedians to find success with white audiences
Protests erupt from Boston to California as Confederate monument tensions boil over
The weekend after a white nationalist rally collapsed into chaos in Charlottesville, Virginia, leading to the alleged murder of an anti- racism activist, protests erupted across the country against white supremacy, racism and the presence of confederate monuments. Boston Tens of thousands
Massive counterprotest upstages Boston "free speech rally"
Thousands of demonstrators chanting anti-Nazi slogans upstaged planned "free speech rally" by a small group in Boston a week after a violent clash in Virginia
The Latest: About 20 protesters linger near Dallas cemetery
Only about 20 protesters remain across the street from a Dallas cemetery where police in riot gear broke up a clash over a Confederate monument
'Free speech rally' cut short after massive counterprotest
Thousands of demonstrators chanting anti-Nazi slogans converged on downtown Boston Saturday in a boisterous repudiation of white nationalism, dwarfing a small group of conservatives who cut short their planned "free speech rally"