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Texas: Video shows invasive search of woman by police, says lawyer

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The woman's lawyer says it amounts to "rape by cop" but charges against two officers were dropped.

Trump adviser Steve Bannon dubs white nationalists 'clowns'

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The usually low-profile chief White House strategist turns on a movement he is seen as cultivating.

Bonnie Tyler to perform Total Eclipse during total eclipse

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The singer's next performance also involves a cruise ship and one of the Jonas Brothers.

What Trump said versus what I saw

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The BBC's Joel Gunter was in Charlottesville and assesses the president's claims about the violence.

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Charlottesville: John Boyega and Kathryn Bigelow react

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The actor, who stars in a new film on Detroit's 1967 unrest, notes parallels with recent clashes.

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Trump and Charlottesville: 'Amoral' president stuns world

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Former US defence secretary William Cohen and presidential adviser Ron Christie condemned Mr Trump's reaction to a white supremacist rally.

A licence to kill bear cubs?

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Trump is once again allowing hunters in Alaska to shoot bear cubs and hibernating bears, but is this as bad as it sounds?

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Fans honour Elvis 40 years after death

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Elvis lives on in the memories of fans who paid tribute at his Graceland home in Memphis.

Toronto university cancels 'free speech' event after Charlottesville

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The university said the violence in Charlottesville, US, had raised safety concerns.

Wednesday, Aug 16

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US woman confronts her neighbour over Nazi flag

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Page Blaswell couldn't believe her eyes when she drove past a home flying a Nazi flag in North Carolina.

Business councils disband over Trump remarks

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Mr Trump's comments about violence in Charlottesville had sparked a series of resignations.

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Woman finds long-lost diamond ring on carrot in garden

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The 84-year-old woman in Alberta had lost the ring in 2004 but kept it a secret from her husband.

The Guam hunter who is ready for war

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A self-styled "island warrior" in Guam has a plan in the event of a North Korean attack on his home.

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Bush presidents wade into Trump furore over Charlottesville

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The former presidents urge the US to "reject racial bigotry, anti-Semitism and hatred in all forms".

Charlottesville: Heather Heyer's mother pays tribute at vigil

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Heather Heyer's mother pays tribute to her daughter at a vigil in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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Vietnam vet with dementia reassured 'your duty is done'

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When a US war veteran with dementia was convinced he needed to return to Vietnam, a Lt Col stepped in.

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What's at stake as Nafta talks begin?

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Negotiations start on Wednesday to overhaul the free trade agreement between the US, Canada and Mexico.

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Trump again blames Charlottesville violence on both sides

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His latest comments draw widespread condemnation from across the political spectrum.

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Nafta negotiations: Trump and Trudeau's fight over trees

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The US and Canada are renegotiating the Nafta trade deal - and softwood lumber is a major sticking point.

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Trump hits back at business leaders

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But the president's remarks fail to head off further resignations from White House business groups.

Tuesday, Aug 15

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Third woman accuses Roman Polanski of sex attack

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The woman says she was molested in 1973 aged 16, four years before Polanski raped a 13 year old.

Trump fuels speculation on Bannon's future

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Amid a chaotic eight months at the White House, Steve Bannon has remained a close advisor to Donald Trump. But is his time in the West Wing almost up?

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Trump: 'What about alt-left violence in Charlottesville?'

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The US president doubled down on his belief that "both sides" were to blame for the violent clashes.

Lincoln Memorial vandalised with profanity in Washington DC

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The memorial to the US Civil War leader was discovered damaged early on Tuesday morning.

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Why do Confederate statues divide the United States?

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Violent protests began in Virginia over plans to remove a statue of a Confederate general.

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Kim Kardashian: I do not defend people who are racist

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The reality star and businesswoman is criticised for defending Jeffree Starr, a make-up artist with a history of racist remarks.

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Named and shamed

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A US professor wrongly identified as a white supremacist in Charlottesville tweets his innocence.

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How the internet united against neo-Nazi Daily Stormer

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A website featuring white supremacist content has become the focus of online debate after Charlottesville.

Irish student fails to recognise PM

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Dublin woman asked Leo Varadkar if he was Irish, before seating him at a "tiny table".

Canada province to end grizzly bear trophy hunt

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British Columbia, where 250 grizzlies are killed each year, outlaws hunting them for sport.

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'Tiffany' rings cost Costco $19.4m

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The US wholesaler faces a big damages bill for selling "Tiffany" rings not made by the jeweller.

Trump tweets cartoon of train hitting CNN reporter

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The US president also apparently accidentally retweeted a post by someone calling him "a fascist".

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NY woman is third in her family to be killed by a car

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Three family members die in separate pedestrian traffic accidents in the same Long Island town.

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Why the Taylor Swift case is significant

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The pop star's actions are being seen as an inspiration for women to report groping.