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08/21/17 4:37 PM PST
On Aug. 21, millions of people made their way outside to be a part of the total eclipse in the U.S. Totality was achieved first in Oregon, and the show came to an end in South Carolina.
08/21/17 4:28 PM PST
The Secret Service is too short on funds to pay hundreds of agents tasked with protecting President Trump and his family, according to a report published Aug. 21.
08/21/17 1:25 PM PST
On Aug. 19, tens of thousands of counter-protesters flooded Boston, where a few dozen held what they described as a free speech rally; police made 33 arrests, but said the crowd was largely well-behaved.
08/21/17 1:24 PM PST
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08/21/17 12:03 PM PST
About a dozen sailors will face discipline following the deadly collision between the USS Fitzgerald and a cargo ship back in June.
08/21/17 10:55 AM PST
Filipino-American Berkeley middle-school teacher and activist, Yvette Felarca is charged with assault, participating in an illegal riot and causing a riot, during a formal arraignment in Sacramento in Aug. 10. Felarca was caught on camera last year punching an alleged neo-Nazi protester during a riot at the California State Capitol.
08/18/17 3:51 PM PST
On Thursday, Aug. 17, the Durham County, North Carolina, Sheriff's Office announced that eight people have been charged in connection with Monday's toppling of a Confederate statue downtown.
08/18/17 3:49 PM PST
The U.S. Secret Service is investigating a Missouri lawmaker after she said she hoped for President Donald Trump’s assassination in a Facebook post.
08/18/17 2:23 PM PST
On Aug. 16, a U.S. service member was killed and others were wounded by a blast while clearing a building in eastern Afghanistan.
08/18/17 1:54 PM PST
The two pilots and three crew members on board went missing when their Army Black Hawk crashed on Aug. 15.
08/18/17 11:36 AM PST
On Aug. 18, Maryland removed a statue of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Roger B. Taney, who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision, from the State House grounds.
08/17/17 3:31 PM PST
Apple CEO Tim Cook pledged $2 million to human rights groups after criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump, and internet companies are dropping support for certain websites as the they crack down on hate speech.