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  • BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — With prominent Republicans openly questioning his competence and moral leadership, President Donald Trump on Thursday burrowed deeper into the racially charged debate over Confederate memorials and lashed out at members of his own party in the latest controversy to engulf his presidency. Out of sight, but still online, Trump tweeted his defense of monuments to Confederate
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    Published on 08-17-17By Joshua Barajas
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  • MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin state Assembly has passed a $3 billion tax break package for Taiwan-based electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group. The bipartisan vote Thursday now sends the bill to the Senate, where it must also pass in identical form before it goes to Republican Gov. Scott Walker. The Assembly passed the measure on a 59-30 vote, with
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    Published on 08-17-17By Joshua Barajas
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  • BAGHDAD — The wires protruding from the small, misshapen stuffed animal revealed the deadly booby-trap tucked inside. For the people of Mosul, the sophisticated bomb was a reminder of how difficult it will be to return to homes littered with hidden explosives by Islamic State militants and dotted with the remnants of undetonated bombs dropped by the U.S.-led coalition
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    Published on 08-17-17By Erica R. Hendry
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  • Published on 08-17-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • Published on 08-17-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • HARI SREENIVASAN: Now to the fallout from Charlottesville and the spotlight it cast on Confederate monuments. The president spoke out in their defense today, even as the campaign to clear them from public spaces intensified. Statues of Confederate leaders in Baltimore removed in the night. A monument to Confederate soldiers, in Durham, North Carolina, torn down by protesters Monday. Virginia
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    Published on 08-17-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • HARI SREENIVASAN: Now to a man often at the center of controversy in the Trump White House, whose outsized influence is often discussed, yet he is rarely heard from. Our John Yang is here to help fill in the picture. JOHN YANG: Hari, earlier today, I spoke with a journalist who got an unexpected phone call from Stephen Bannon, President
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    Published on 08-17-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • HARI SREENIVASAN: But first: As more and more shopping is done online, what will become of the 16 million Americans who work in the retail industry? Our economics correspondent, Paul Solman, takes a look. It’s part of our series Making Sense, which airs Thursdays on the NewsHour. JENNIFER RICHTER, Former Regional Director, Macy’s: This is a great, great, great basic
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    Published on 08-17-17By Paul Solman
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  • HARI SREENIVASAN: Now a troubling trend in women’s health. Doctors and nurses have worked hard and successfully to reduce the U.S. infant mortality rate in recent decades. What’s less known and less understood is the rise in maternal mortality, mothers dying after pregnancy or from childbirth-related causes. Renee Montagne of NPR and Nina Martin of ProPublica have teamed up for
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    Published on 08-17-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • HARI SREENIVASAN: Now to another in our Brief But Spectacular series, where we ask people to describe their passions. Tonight, we hear from journalist and novelist Calvin Trillin. His book “Jackson, 1964: And Other Dispatches from Fifty Years of Reporting on Race in America” became available in paperback last month. CALVIN TRILLIN, Writer: I was sort of between projects a
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    Published on 08-17-17By PBS NewsHour
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