Trump spent nearly a third - if not more - of his 90-minute rally rehashing his public remarks in the wake of Charlottesville, Virginia, and complaining that he was widely criticized for them.
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PHOENIX (AP) - President Donald Trump opened his political rally in Phoenix with calls for unity and an assertion that "our movement is about love." Then he erupted in anger.
TOKYO (AP) - The U.S. Navy dismissed the commander of the Asia-based 7th Fleet on Wednesday after a series of warship accidents raised questions about its operations in the Pacific.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) - A headless torso found on a beach off Copenhagen has been identified as that of missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who is believed to have died on an amateur-built submarine earlier this month, Danish police said Wednesday.
Aaron Nola gave up seven runs in Game 1 against the Marlins. Nick Pivetta couldn't last two innings in Game 2.
None of the injuries appear to be life-threatening from the crash at the 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, officials say.
Get ready for more talk about whether the statue stays or goes. The final decision, according to the mayor, will rest with the commission after it holds hearings.
"We're all rooting for you Kenneth. The entire country is rooting for you," the missing sailor's mother posted on her Facebook page.
State system agrees to forgive more than $30 million in loans to the university if it can maintain a balanced budget. Program and staffing cuts also are in the plan.
PHOENIX (AP) - President Donald Trump blamed the media Tuesday for the widespread condemnation of his response to a Charlottesville, Virginia, protest organized by white supremacists that led to the killing of a counter-protester.
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) - ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee will not work Virginia's season opener because of recent violence in Charlottesville sparked by the decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Whelan had been a figure in Atlantic City politics for nearly 40 years.
An evenly split Supreme Court agreed that prosecutors withheld evidence that the victim was a sexual predator who preyed on Terrance Williams.