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Last Confederate monument removed in New Orleans

After decades standing sentinel, New Orleans’ Confederate monuments are all gone, with a likeness of Gen. Robert E. Lee the last to go amid debate over whether they represented Southern heritage or were symbols of slavery and oppression of blacks. (May 19)

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Raw: North Korea says its ready to deploy new missile

North Korea claims it has test launched and is ready to deploy a medium-to-long range ballistic missile that it calls an “answer” to President Trump’s policies. It says the missile is capable of reaching Japan and major US military bases there. (May 22)

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UMd Student Stunned after Fatal Stabbing

The FBI is reportedly investigating the unprovoked stabbing of a visiting student at the Univ. of Maryland as a possible hate crime after a student who belonged to a racist Facebook group was arrested nearby with a knife in his pocket. (May 22)

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Wish you were here: Beyoncé shares pictures from baby shower

ABC/Image Group LAIf your invitation to Beyoncé‘s baby shower got lost in the mail, don’t fret. The entertainment icon shared a few photos of herself and hubby Jay Z enjoying the African-themed event — called The Carter Push Party — on her Instagram feed, including one of the superstar exposing her henna-adorned belly and wearing traditional African print skirt, bandeau …

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Mike Patton, Dave Lombardo project Dead Cross going on tour

Ipecac RecordingsFormer Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and Faith No More frontman Mike Patton‘s new hardcore band Dead Cross will embark on their first North American tour this summer. The outing begins August 10 in Santa Ana, California, and will conclude September 23 in Denver. “Everything about Dead Cross screams aggression,” says Lombardo in a statement. “I have no idea what …

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Trump: 'Hopeful Signs' for Middle East Peace

Standing next to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Donald Trump said he has seen, “many hopeful signs” that “we can truly achieve a more peaceful future” for the Middle East and people of all faiths. (May 22)

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