Latest: Speakers shout down Charlottesville council members

The Latest on developments related to a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville (all times local):

Police: 2 killed during South Carolina bank holdup

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Police in South Carolina say two bank branch employees have been killed during a holdup.

Apartments planned for 2 ex-auto factory sites in Muncie

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A developer is working on plans to construct apartments at the sites of two former auto industry plants in Muncie.
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The Latest: Trump says Pakistan must end terrorist havens

The Latest on President Donald Trump and U.S. policy in Afghanistan (all times EDT):
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President Donald Trump delivers an address to the nation at Fort Myer in Arlington, Va.

Trump says US can't afford quick Afghanistan withdrawal

President Donald Trump declared Monday night the United States must continue fighting in Afghanistan to avoid the "predictable and unacceptable" results of a rapid withdrawal from the country where the U.S. has been at war for 16 years.
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Anger boils over at Charlottesville council meeting

Anger boiled over at the first Charlottesville City Council meeting since a white nationalist rally in the city descended into violent chaos, with some residents screaming and cursing at councilors Monday night and calling for their resignations.
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Analysis: Trump will own the war that bedeviled predecessors

Before he became president, Donald Trump rarely talked about Afghanistan. When he did, he often called for a swift end to America's longest war.
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Texas slashes underperforming anti-abortion group's contract

An anti-abortion group awarded nearly $7 million to boost women's health and family planning after the state cut off Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers is falling short and will receive far less money as a result, Texas officials said Monday.
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Judge orders Montana congressman photographed, fingerprinted

A judge has ordered Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte to be photographed and fingerprinted for assaulting a reporter, opening the possibility of political opponents using the congressman's mug shot next year when he is up for re-election.
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Florida rally: Hundreds seek removal of Confederate monument

Several hundred supporters of Black Lives Matter and others rallied Monday evening in a city along Florida's Gulf Coast to demand the removal of a Confederate monument outside a courthouse. The protest also drew a smaller number of people to the city of Bradenton who wanted the monument, now covered in protective plywood, to stay.
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Man who shot judge was father of player convicted of rape

A man who shot and wounded a judge outside a county courthouse before being gunned down by a probation officer was the father of a high school football player who was convicted of rape in 2013, authorities said Monday.
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Boeing, Northrop get contracts for nuclear missile work

The Air Force said Monday it has awarded contracts to Boeing Co. and Northrop Grumman Corp. for work that could lead to replacement of the nation's intercontinental ballistic missiles.
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Trump returns to Arizona _ and a chaotic political landscape

Donald Trump was just a few weeks into his candidacy in 2015 when he came to Phoenix for a speech that ended up being a bigger moment in his campaign than most people realized at the time.
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Nation's political split on display at Trump Phoenix visit

The nation's political split over President Donald Trump is expected to be on full display Tuesday as hard-core backers of the Republican president flood into the Phoenix Convention Center and police brace for protests from opponents outside.
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Judge: Michigan lawmakers must turn over records to Tesla

A federal judge has ruled two Michigan lawmakers must surrender to Tesla Motors Inc. records of their communications with lobbyists over a law barring the electric car maker from selling directly to customers.
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3 Afghan prison workers missing during training in Colorado

Three Afghan prison employees who went missing over the weekend from a Colorado training facility weren't believed to pose a threat, a state prison official said Monday, and authorities remain most concerned about the visitors' welfare.
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Slain woman became anti-violence activist after sister died

A woman who was found slain along with her young daughter last week had become an anti-domestic violence activist after her sister was killed four years ago, and authorities allege both women were killed by their boyfriends.
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Colorado won't charge elector who wouldn't vote for Clinton

Colorado's top prosecutor won't prosecute an elector who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton even though state law required him to.
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The Latest: Wounded Ohio judge oversaw suspect's lawsuit

The Latest on the shooting of a judge outside an Ohio courthouse (all times local):
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VA seeks to funnel more nursing home money to rural areas

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said Monday during a visit to Montana that his agency will propose changes to make it easier for rural areas to receive funding to build nursing homes for veterans.
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Minnesota regulators propose changes in wild rice protection

Minnesota regulators announced proposed rule changes Monday designed to protect wild rice from sulfate pollution, but American Indian tribes and environmentalists criticized them as inadequate.
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After 40 years, Fort Knox opens famed vault to civilians

Inside the famed vaults at Fort Knox, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell held a 27-pound gold bar in his hands Monday as part of the first civilian delegation to see most of the country's bullion reserves in more than 40 years.
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Judge clears way for extradition of ex-Salvadoran colonel

A federal judge cleared the way Monday for a former colonel in El Salvador's military to be sent to Spain to face charges that he helped plot the notorious killings of six priests during his country's civil war.