Trump vows continued fight in Afghanistan
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Trump vows continued fight in Afghanistan

Reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, President Donald Trump recommitted the United States to the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan, declaring U.S. troops must "fight to win." He pointedly declined to disclose how many more troops will be dispatched to wage America's longest war.

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Strategist Steve Bannon leaves White House
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Strategist Steve Bannon leaves White House

Steve Bannon, a forceful but divisive presence in President Donald Trump's White House, is leaving. Trump accepted Bannon's resignation on Friday, ending a turbulent seven months for his chief strategist, the latest to depart from the president's administration in turmoil.

Inside a day of violence, terror in Charlottesville
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Inside a day of violence, terror in Charlottesville

Associated Press reporter, photographer witness chaos unfold at weekend rally of white nationalists in Charlottesville

On a chaotic day in DC, Trump goes after Amazon, again
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On a chaotic day in DC, Trump goes after Amazon, again

President Donald Trump is renewing his attacks on Amazon, and he says the company is "doing great damage to tax paying retailers."

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Trump to rally supporters next Tuesday in Phoenix

President Donald Trump plans to rally supporters in Phoenix next week

Report: Higher premiums if Trump halts 'Obamacare' subsidies
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Report: Higher premiums if Trump halts 'Obamacare' subsidies

Congressional Budget Office: Higher premiums, fewer insurance options if Trump halts 'Obamacare' subsidies

Trump remarks about Charlottesville violence
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Trump remarks about Charlottesville violence

Highlights of President Donald Trump's remarks Tuesday about the weekend violence in Charlottesville, Virginia

AP Fact Check: What Trump said about Virginia protesters
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AP Fact Check: What Trump said about Virginia protesters

President Donald Trump says Saturday's racially-charged protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, was largely over the removal of a Confederate monument, although an organizer billed it as pushback against the "anti-white climate."

Trump repeats blame 'on both sides' in Charlottesville
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Trump repeats blame 'on both sides' in Charlottesville

President Donald Trump returned insistently Tuesday to his assessment that "there is blame on both sides" after being roundly criticized for such comments following the deadly violence last weekend in Charlottesville, Va.

Scaramucci out of White House job as John Kelly takes charge
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Scaramucci out of White House job as John Kelly takes charge

Anthony Scaramucci is out as White House communications director after just 11 days on the job — and just hours after former Gen. John Kelly took over as President Donald Trump's new chief of staff. In the words of the White House announcement, he was leaving because he "felt it was best to give Chief of Staff John Kelly a clean slate and the ability to build his own team."

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