Wednesday, 23 August 2017  
Trump defends response to Charlottesville violence during thunderous rally

PHOENIX (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump revved up supporters on Tuesday with a defense of his response to a white supremacist-organized rally in Virginia, and a promise to shut down the government if necessary to build a wall along with the border with Mexico.

N.J., Ill., Ohio sailors among missing after USS John S. McCain collision

April Brandon on Tuesday was holding out hope that her son, Petty Officer 3rd Class Kenneth Smith, will be found safe aboard the U.S. Navy destroyer.


Warming Arctic Spurs Battles for Shipping Routes

As climate change pushes ice farther north each year, it is spurring talk of a gold rush in the Arctic for natural resources, shipping routes, tourism and fishing in one of earth’s last largely unexplored regions. (Aug. 23)


Police Disperse Protesters After Trump Rally
Demonstrators tear gassed at Trump rally in Phoenix
Trump Signals He Wants to Pardon Arpaio
Fake news? Trump supporters circulate photo of Phoenix rally crowds ... but it's not
Trump says Joe Arpaio 'will be just fine'
Trump Lashes at Media Over Charlottesville
'Let me tell you what happened': Father-in-law says his son killed Jody Rilee-Wilson
What will these 4 N.J. dog groomers do with their $1M Powerball winnings?
No guilty verdicts in Bundy Ranch standoff trial

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