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  • These organizations have canceled events at Trump's Mar-a-Lago 

    Following President Trump's response to violence in Charlottesville, a dozen organizations like the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army have canceled events at his Florida resort.

  • Trump vs. China: Tensions over trade 

    President Donald Trump has long criticized US-China trade relations, the US president has now ordered an investigation into Chinese trade practices.

  • The financial cost of the war in Afghanistan 

    The longest war in U.S. history has racked up a tab of between $841 billion to $2 trillion since 2001, depending on the factors counted.

  • The pillars of Trump's Afghanistan strategy 

    President Trump shared his vision for the country's military strategy in Afghanistan during a prime-time speech.

  • James Murdoch's $1 million donation to ADL 

    Was 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch's criticism of President Trump and contribution to the ADL just a PR move? Brian Stelter and Tanzina Vega discuss the disconnect between the CEO's action and Fox News Channel's coverage.

  • Newsrooms missing the mark on race coverage? 

    Race is too often treated "like a trend" rather than "something that people live," CNN's Tanzina Vega says. The NYT's Nikole Hannah-Jones describes some of the barriers to better, more thorough coverage of race issues, including framing by journalists and lack of understanding by newsroom leaders.

  • Press overreacting to Trump's terrible week? 

    Brian Stelter asks about the potential for an overreaction from the news media. Carl Bernstein says reporting, not opining, should drive coverage, while calling the current political moment "unprecedented." He said Trump's conduct begs the question of whether it is "time for the President to be urged to leave office."

  • How will Steve Bannon weaponize Breitbart? 

    Will Steve Bannon expand Breitbart? Maybe even launch a TV network? Bannon biographer Joshua Green says the former Trump strategist wants to "go global" with Breitbart's brand of nationalism.

  • Behind the scenes at 'both sides' presser 

    AP White House correspondent Jonathan Lemire describes the "sense of surprise" as Trump took questions last Tuesday. A Trump aide's mouth "literally dropped," Lemire told Brian Stelter. He also notes there has been relative silence from the White House since then.