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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has cancelled a press conference in which his campaign said he would be endorsed by as many as 100 black evangelical religious leaders. Many of those invited to the event say they had no intention of endorsing the billionaire businessman and former reality television star. Comment?
On ABC's 'This Week,' he said: 'I have to be treated fairly. If I'm treated fairly, I'm fine' Trump has tried to back away from his support for a government database to track Muslims in the U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks with host Dave Price during the WHO-HD Iowa Forums at the Des Moines Area Community College Newton campus, on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, in Newton, Iowa. Comment?
This photo provided by the Birmingham Police Department shows a police mug shot of Katerra Lewis, 26, of Birmingham, who was arrested on a murder charge, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Birmingham, Ala. Police say an 8-year-old Alabama boy is charged with beating a 1-year-old girl to death while they were left home alone. Comment?
The disagreement between Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange and the state Ethics Commission isn't about an actual case, but it could have profound significance for a very prominent one. In fact, the issue has important implications for government ethics law in general. Comment?
The inside of the 2nd and Charles store that will be opening in early October in the former Freedom Home & Electronics space at Cross Country Plaza on Macon Road in Columbus. Books-A-Million, the parent of 2nd and Charles, was in the same spot from 1997 until 2011. Comment?
Work is underway to clean up and clean out two abandoned riverfront powerhouses that were once part of the Eagle & Phenix Dam. The work is being done at the direction of Uptown Columbus Inc., a downtown nonprofit revitalization corporation that owns the two structures. Comment?
ROBIN TRIMARCHI [email protected] Jordan, an agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation crime lab, shows the jury Tuesday in Superior Court the hat worn by cab driver Byron Brown when he was shot to death in September 2012. Jordan described the tests that were run to determine the distance that the shot was fired. Comment?
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