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Trump draws protests while honoring civil rights heroes
President Donald Trump has honored the leaders and foot soldiers of the civil rights movement, despite protests surrounding his visit to Mississippi that exposed stark divisions among Americans about his commitment to that legacy
Mississippi flag protested at museum opening
During the opening ceremony for two museums in Mississippi, about 25 people, black and white, stood silently with Confederate battle flag stickers covering their mouths.
The Latest: Mississippi flag protested at museum opening
During the opening ceremony for two museums in Mississippi, about 25 people, black and white, stood silently with Confederate battle flag stickers covering their mouths
Alabama Senate race down to the wire
Trump visited Pensacola urging supporters to support Republican candidate Roy Moore, who faces accusations of sexual misconduct from multiple women.
Trump hails civil rights heroes; protesters pan his record
President Donald Trump has paid tribute to the leaders and foot soldiers of the civil rights movement whose sacrifices help make the United States a fairer and more just country
FBI reportedly warned Hope Hicks about Russia
Hicks, the White House communications director, was questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller's team.
The Latest: Some refuse to attend museum opening with Trump
Officials who refuse to participate in the opening of a civil rights museums in Mississippi with President Donald Trump Saturday are planning their own event to address the "contradiction" of Trump's attendance
With Trump, some African Americans to skip Mississippi event
Many in Mississippi's African-American community had waited decades for a civil rights museum, but will skip the museum's Saturday opening because President Donald Trump is coming.
Roy Moore accuser speaks out just before Election Day
Beverly Young Nelson responds on "GMA" to accusations from Moore's campaign that she is lying about her allegations of sexual assault by Moore when she was 16.
The Note: In #MeToo moment, as political titans fall, will Congress ponder the pace and process?
The TAKE with Rick Klein It may seem slow compared to the speed with which titans have fallen in other fields. But pause to reflect – if you’re not already dizzy – not just at the pace but at the process , as three prominent members of Congress were forced out of their jobs this week – brought down