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Steve Damron, 50, of Spring Hill, Fla., holds up a sign during a Hillsborough County Commission meeting about possible moving of a Confederate statue in Tampa, Fla. Damron said the President Donald Trump handled the Charlottesville, Va. situation well, and he agreed with Trump that "both sides" were to blame. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

Democratic hopes for big 2018 win fading, Confederate statue backlash?

Democratic expectations of capturing control of the Senate and scoring big gubernatorial wins are fading and the new war over ripping dow...

McAuliffe's actions in Charlottesville under fire, independent review demanded

By Paul Bedard

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's actions before and after the deadly weekend race clashes in Charlottesville are coming under fire amid calls...

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio: 'Of course I will accept' Trump pardon, 'love the man'

By Paul Bedard

Former Maricopa County, Ariz. Sheriff Joe Arpaio expressed gratitude and appreciation to President Trump amid reports the White House plans....

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Va. Democrat campaigns on Charlottesville clash, only one 'side' to blame

By Paul Bedard

The reelection campaign of Virginia's attorney general has embraced the deadly weekend clash in Charlottesville, Va.. In one of th...

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