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The Morning News: Council Candidate Sheley Secrest Under Investigation for Democracy Voucher Fraud, AP Moves Away From Using "Alt-Right"

by Ana Sofia Knauf Medics treat people struck by a car that drove through a crowd in Charlottesville. GETTY / CHIP SOMODEVILLA The Associated Press Moves Away from the Term "Alt-Right": After the events in Charlottesville, let's all finally be more specific in our language. More People Can Now Say the Word "White Supremacy": But now we actually have to actively act against it, Seattle Times columnist Jerry Large writes.
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