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|Army's Fort Jackson begins talks on its 100-year celebration|
FORT JACKSON, S.C. (AP) - The Army's largest training installation is hosting a series of lectures leading up to the celebration of Fort Jackson's 100-year anniversary in 2017. Columbia mayor Bob Coble is scheduled to give the opening remarks on Friday at 3 p.m. at the NCO Club on the ...
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|Plan to dig up President Polk’s body – again – stirs trouble|
President James K. Polk did big things for America, dramatically expanding its borders by annexing Texas and seizing California and the Southwest in a war with Mexico. Achieving undisturbed eternal rest has proved more difficult.In a proposal that has riled some folks in Tennessee, including a very...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | James K. Polk Murfreesboro Tennessee Andrew Jackson James Buchanan United States Cemetery Mexican–American War Tennessee State Capitol
|Why there's still a fight in Tennessee about where to bury President James K. Polk|
First, Polk was buried in the Nashville City Cemetery, then at his home, Polk Place. Later, his remains were moved to the state Capitol afte...
-1 points by USA Today | James K. Polk Andrew Jackson James Buchanan Sarah Childress Polk
|Trump takes the wheel of 18-wheeler at the White House|
President Trump hopped behind the wheel of a truck at the White House on Thursday, as he met with truckers during a healthcare event.
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|Trump embraces legacy of Andrew Jackson|
NEW YORK (AP) — It was an ugly, highly personal presidential election.
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|Trump to tap Alexander Acosta to be Labor Secretary|
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump will name Florida attorney Alexander Acosta his second nominee to be Labor Secretary on Thursday, after his first pick, Andrew Puzder lost the support of GOP senators. Trump will announce that he is tapping Acosta, at a White House press conference. CNN and NBC were reporting the that Acosta will […]
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|Trump asks about 'tremendous increases' in autism|
President Trump spoke with Jane Quenneville, principal of the Kilmer Center in Fairfax, Va., during a listening session on education at the White House, Feb. 14.
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|Intelligence officials reportedly keeping sensitive info from Trump|
Intelligence officials have reportedly kept sensitive information from President Donald Trump out of concerns that The White House may be compromised by Russia and the information could fall into the wrong hands. The Wall Street Journal reported (paywall) on Wednesday that the spies are withholding the information out of a lack of trust in Trump...
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|Trump adviser defends travel ban, Democrats say it makes U.S. ‘less safe’|
After the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against reinstating President Trump’s travel ban, White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller on Feb. 12 defended the policy while Democratic senators continued to oppose it.
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|Yale changes name of building honoring former vice president|
Yale University will rename a building commemorating Vice President John C. Calhoun after months of protests against his slave-owning past, school president Peter Salovey announced Saturday. “John C. Calhoun’s legacy as a white supremacist and a national leader who passionately supported slavery as a ‘positive good’ fundamentally conflicts with Yale’s mission and values,” Salovey wrote...
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|Spicer says list of 78 terror attacks didn't get 'attention they deserved'|
The White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks they say were "underreported" after President Trump claimed that the media "doesn't want to report" on terrorism.
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|White House blames media for under reporting 78 terrorist attacks|
President Trump lashed out at the media for terrorist attacks that he said are "not even being reported," and the White House followed up by releasing a list of 78 terrorist attacks that it says are "under reported." Here's a look at what's on the list, and what's not.
189 points by The Washington Post | White House President of the United States Bill Clinton Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt Andrew Jackson Theodore Roosevelt
|Trump critics are writing postcards to 'President' Bannon |
Yes, you read that right: "President Bannon."
29075 points by USA Today | White House President of the United States Bill Clinton Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt Andrew Jackson
|Historians throw water on comparisons of Trump to Andrew Jackson|
Jackson was not the outsider he is being portrayed as by Trump's supporters.
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|Donald Trump protesters in Houston march toward Super Bowl Live|
At least 300 people marched Saturday afternoon from City Hall to the Super Bowl festivities near Discovery Green in protest of President Donald Trump.
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|Trump: 'We're very happy' about jobs report|
President Trump said “there is a great spirit in the country” after discussing the new jobs report during a meeting with business executives on Feb. 3 at the White House.
79 points by The Washington Post | White House President of the United States Bill Clinton Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt Andrew Jackson Theodore Roosevelt
|'We expect to be cutting a lot out of Dodd-Frank,' Trump promises|
During a meeting with business executives, President Trump said he expects to “be cutting a lot out of Dodd-Frank,“ on Feb. 3 at the White House.
-2 points by The Washington Post | White House President of the United States Bill Clinton Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt Andrew Jackson Theodore Roosevelt
|Letter: A border measure|
A border measureThe president is, without a doubt, the epitome of a buffoon in every shape, manner and form. I thought it was illegal to shout fire in a theater albeit, in this case, the White House. But I digress.Why is there no discussion about getting Mexico to patrol its side of the border and...
1 points by Concord Monitor | President of the United States White House Bill Clinton Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt Andrew Jackson Theodore Roosevelt
|Tim Ryan: We're doing something 'terribly wrong' if Donald Trump just got elected|
Rep. Tim Ryan, who is challenging House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi for her leadership slot, said Friday he tells Democrats they must be doing something "terribly wrong" if President-elect Donald Trump is on his way to the White House. "What I tell Democrats is, look, we just elected Donald Trump ...
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|Houston spoils Louisville's playoff hopes|
Houston hurried and harassed Heisman favorite Lamar Jackson all night to shock Louisville 36-10.
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|At least nine dead in Memphis house fire |
Four adults and three children died at the scene, and two other children died hours later.
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|Tennessee fire official: 9 people dead after Memphis house fire; one child fighting for life in hosp|
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee fire official: 9 people dead after Memphis house fire; one child fighting for life in hospital.
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|7 killed, 3 hospitalized after Memphis house fire|
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee officials are trying to determine the cause of a house fire that killed four adults and three children in Memphis and injured three others. Local news outlets report that the fire began 1:30 a.m. Monday. Lt. Wayne Cooke of the Memphis Fire Department says a ...
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