Trump Lands for Miss. Civil Rights Museum Visit

President Donald Trump arrives in Jackson, Mississippi where he is scheduled to deliver remarks at the new Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. (Dec. 9)

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Trump Civil Rights Museum Visit Draws Protest

About 50 protesters greeted President Donald Trump at the opening of museums in Jackson, Mississippi, dedicated to the state’s history and its role in the civil rights movement. (Dec. 9)

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Trump Pays Tribute To Civil Rights Movement

President Donald Trump paid tribute to Mississippi’s role in the civil rights movement at the opening of two new museums in Jackson, the capital. (Dec. 9)

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Trump Breaks Silence On Roy Moore And Offers De-Facto Endorsement

President Donald Trump implicitly endorsed embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore on Tuesday, telling reporters that “we don’t need a liberal Democrat in that seat” as he left the White House for a Thanksgiving trip to Palm Beach, Florida.

“Roy Moore denies it — that’s all I can say,” he said, breaking a silence on the sexual misconduct allegations levied against Moore by nearly 10 women. The allegations include incidents with women under the age of 16 when he was in his 30s.

Moore has vehemently denied the allegations. But he has done little over the past few weeks to clear up what has emerged as a pattern from the women.

“And by the way, he totally denies it,” Trump said. The president also said the recent spike in women coming forward to share their stories of being sexually harassed or assaulted by powerful men is a good thing for US society.

Trump, who faced allegations of sexual misconduct from more than a dozen women during last year’s presidential campaign — claims he said were all lies — had not previously addressed the Moore allegations. But amid his trip to Asia, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that Trump believed “if the allegations are true,” Moore “will do the right thing and step aside.”

Trump’s comments come a day after White House counselor Kellyanne Conway told “Fox & Friends” that Democratic nominee Doug Jones, the candidate running against Moore in Alabama, “will be a vote against tax cuts” and is “weak on crime.” Though she didn’t explicitly tell viewers to vote for Moore, she said, “I’m telling you that we want the votes in the Senate to get this tax bill through.”

CNN’s Kaitlan Collins reported Tuesday that Conway spoke with Trump about the Alabama Senate race prior to appearing on the Fox News morning show.

In a Tuesday press conference, Dean Young, a strategist for Moore’s campaign, said Conway’s comments amounted to an endorsement of their candidate from the White House.

Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and an assistant to him in the White House, told The Associated Press that there is “a special place in hell for people who prey on children.”

“I’ve yet to see a valid explanation and I have no reason to doubt the victims’ accounts,” she said.

Moore has been disavowed by most of the Republican elected officials in Washington, DC. The National Republican Senatorial Committee and the Republican National Committee had already withdrawn their support for his candidacy.

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Listen to the sound US embassy workers heard in the Cuba attacks

The Associated Press has obtained a recording of what some U.S. Embassy workers heard in Havana, part of the series of unnerving incidents later deemed to be deliberate attacks. The recording, released Thursday by the AP, is the first disseminated publicly of the many taken in Cuba of sounds that led investigators initially to suspect a sonic weapon.

The recordings from Havana have been sent for analysis to the U.S. Navy, which has advanced capabilities for analyzing acoustic signals, and to the intelligence services, the AP has learned. But the recordings have not significantly advanced U.S. knowledge about what is harming diplomats. Officials say the government still doesn’t know what is responsible for injuries to its personnel, but the U.S. has faulted Cuba for failing to protect American diplomats on its soil.

The Navy and the State Department did not respond to requests for comment on the recording. Cuba has denied involvement or knowledge of the attacks.
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‘It’s all about ratings, easing of Russia rhetoric on US media going to be only temporary’

Publish an unconfirmed story about the Russians doing something bad, then issue a correction if it turns out to be fake. That’s a pattern being set by some mainstream media giants – the Associated Press issuing four such corrections recently.

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Emphasis Added: The Media and The Islamic State

Emphasis Added on VICE News brings together a group of journalists, academics and other smart folks to argue about the role the media play in actually effecting the outcome of the stories they cover.

Hosted by VICE News Editor-in-Chief Jason Mojica (https://twitter.com/elmodernisto), our first episode examines media coverage of the Islamic State.

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VICE News Daily: Tracing Seafood to Slavery

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Nigeria readies for a tight presidential race, Ukraine’s government sends a stern message to corrupt politicians, an AP investigation links modern-day slaves to America’s seafood market, and China’s new rules for public square-dancing.

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Preparations Ahead of Saturday’s Election
The country closes its borders to keep foreigners out and issues a ban on road traffic during polling hours.

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Slavery and the U.S. Seafood Market
A year-long investigation by the Associated Press found hundreds of Burmese men are forced to work as fishermen in Indonesia. Some of the seafood caught winds up on American dinner tables.

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Government Regulates Public Square-Dancing
Some 600 fitness instructors will teach 12 approved routines to millions of Chinese women who dance outdoors to keep fit.

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FARC Rebels Vow to Discharge Child Soldiers: VICE News Capsule, February 18

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Malian government and rebel groups participate in fifth round of peace talks since last September, climate change is threatening villages in the Sundarbans, Colombian FARC rebels vow to stop recruiting minors, and the Associated Press uses computers to produce quarterly earnings reports in seconds.

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Government and Rebel Groups Meet in Algeria to Discuss Peace Deal
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Climate Change Threatens Coastal Villages in India and Bangladesh
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FARC Rebels Promise to Stop Recruiting Children Under 17
The guerrilla group says it will soon release the 13 minors fighting among their ranks.

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Automated Financial Reporting in the 21st Century
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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – October 21, 2014

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Explosion Rocks Eastern City of Donetsk
Pro-Russia rebels accused the Ukrainian military of firing a tactical missile at a factory, which the government has denied.

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Jewish Settlers Move Into Contested East Jerusalem Neighborhood
Families relocated to Silwan under the protection of Israeli police, a practice the U.S. and UN says presents an obstacle to peace with the Palestinians.

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Probe Alleges Suspected Nazis Got Millions in Social Security
An Associated Press investigation found that the Justice Department let alleged war criminals keep their benefits if they left the country.

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