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Stock market tumbles, culture wars heat up.
Thirty-one people were killed in two mass shootings last weekend.
Democrats debate the future of the party.
Discussing the former special counsel's recent testimony on Capitol Hill.
President Trump renews attacks against four Congresswomen.
Acosta criticized over Jeffrey Epstein plea deal.
President Donald Trump again takes on immigration, Census questions remain unanswered.