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FILE - In this June 10, 2016 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up while addressing the Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority Conference in Washington. Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump boils down his foreign policy agenda to two words: “America First.” For students of U.S. history, that slogan harkens back to the tumultuous presidential election of 1940, when hundreds of thousands of Americans joined the anti-war America First Committee. That isolationist group’s primary goal was to keep the United States from joining Britain in the fight against Nazi Germany, which by then had overrun nearly all of Europe. But the committee is also remembered for the unvarnished anti-Semitism of some of its most prominent members and praise for the economic policies of Adolf Hitler.(AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)
Trump's 'America First' echoes old isolationist rallying cryPresumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump boils down his foreign policy agenda to two words: 'America First.'
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File-This Feb. 21, 2016, file photo sshows Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaking during the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2016 event in Barcelona, Spain. Some of Zuckerberg's neighbors are grumbling about a rock wall he's having built on his property on Kauai's north shore. Retiree Moku Crain said Tuesday, June 28, 2016, the wall looks daunting and forbidding. Crain hopes and expects Zuckerberg will soften the wall's look by planting foliage around it. The wall began going up about four to six weeks ago. It runs along the property next to a road in the semi-rural community of Kilauea. (AP Photo/Manu Fernadez, File)
Facebook CEO's Hawaii neighbors grumble about new wallSome of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's neighbors are grumbling about a rock wall he's having built on his property on the north shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauai
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An injured person sits in an ambulance outside Istanbul's Ataturk airport, Tuesday, June 28, 2016. Two explosions have rocked Istanbul's Ataturk airport, killing several people and wounding scores of others, Turkey's justice minister and another official said Tuesday. A Turkish official says two attackers have blown themselves up at the airport after police fired at them. The official said the attackers detonated the explosives at the entrance of the international terminal before entering the x-ray security check. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
The Latest: Iranian, Ukrainian among Istanbul attack victimsTurkish officials say an Iranian and a Ukrainian are among victims of Istanbul airport attack
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Italy recovers 2015 sunk migrant boat, hopes to ID victimsItaly's navy says it has recovered the migrant boat that sank in 2015 with some 700 aboard
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US-backed Syria rebels capture IS-held base near Iraq borderSpokesman, activist group: US-backed Syrian rebels take IS-held military base near border with Iraq
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Israel: Dug by Jews, tunnel from Nazi era found in LithuaniaIsrael: Research team locates World War II tunnel in Lithuania that Jewish prisoners dug to escape Nazis
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel, right, talks with Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel prior to the cabinet meeting of the German government at the chancellery in Berlin, Tuesday, June 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
German consumer confidence rises but clouds on horizonA closely watched survey shows German consumer confidence has increased again, but its authors cautioned the British vote to leave the European Union could bring it down in coming months
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File-This April 18, 2016, file photo shows U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power meets with a woman and her children who fled to Mokolo, Cameroon, Monday, April 18, 2016, to escape Boko Haram. The package included about $1,725 in cash; a pair of cows; hundreds of kilograms of flour, onions, rice, salt and sugar; and cartons of soap and oil. State Department spokesman Jeffrey Loree says the U.S. also is drilling a well for potable water in the northern Cameroon village where the seven-year-old boy lived. The accident occurred in April as Power visited the front lines in the war against Boko Haram. An armored jeep in Power’s motorcade struck the child as he darted into the road, killing him instantly. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
US compensates family of child killed in motorcade incidentUS compensation for family of Cameroonian child killed by a vehicle in ambassador's motorcade
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FILE - In this Sept. 12, 2012 file photo, glass, debris and overturned furniture are strewn inside a room in the gutted U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, after an attack that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. Democrats on the House Benghazi panel said in a report Monday, June 27, 2016, that security at the Libya facility the night of Sept. 11, 2012 was “woefully inadequate,” but former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never personally denied any requests from diplomats for additional protection.  (AP Photo/Ibrahim Alaguri, File)
Comparison of congressional reports on 2012 Benghazi attackA comparison of key findings in investigations into the 2012 attacks on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya that killed U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans
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  • CEO of Loudoun-based K2M projects growth, jobs

    After unveiling a new headquarters in Leesburg earlier in June, co-founder, president and CEO Eric Major of the global medical device company K2M talks about the company's plans. Loudoun Times, Mon, Jun 27 2016 @ 08:57 AM
  • Former delegate Fauntroy released from custody after arrest

    In this photo provided by the Customs and Border Patrol , former Washington congressional delegate Walter Fauntroy is shown. CBP officers arrested Fauntroy at Dulles International Airport, Monday, June 27, 2016, on an outstanding arrest warrant for failure to appear and fraud, insufficient funds check out of Prince George's County, Md., after returning home from a four-year sojourn in the Persian Gulf, according to authorities. WTOP-FM Washington, Tue, Jun 28 2016 @ 04:58 PM
  • Civil rights leader Walter Fauntroy out of jail after return to U.S.

    U.S. civil rights leader Walter Fauntroy was released from a Virginia jail on Tuesday following his return from a four-year absence in the Middle East, a court official said. Fauntroy, who faces a bad check charge in Maryland, left the Loudoun County jail in suburban Washington and greeted his wife, Dorothy, for the first time since he left the United States in 2012, television images showed. Reuters, Tue, Jun 28 2016 @ 05:19 PM
  • Free Cab Rides on July 4 to Discourage Drunk Driving

    SoberRide will be available to residents 21 and over throughout DC and in 4 Virginia counties and 2 Maryland counties. Celebrating the Fourth of July with alcoholic beverages? Free cab rides will be available on July 4 throughout the D.C. area to discourage drunk driving. NBC Washington, Mon, Jun 27 2016 @ 03:06 PM
  • US boy 3D prints brother a prosthetic hand

    High school student Gabriel Filippini was in technology teacher Kurt O'Connor's study hall when he approached the teacher with an unusual question: Could they use the classroom 3D printer to build his little brother a hand? Lucas was born without a left hand and through kindergarten was able to do nearly everything other little boys could, including zipping up his jacket, riding a bike, even gripping monkey bars using his palm. But in elementary school, Lucas encountered a problem he couldn't solve: He could not tie his shoelaces. The New Zealand Herald, Tue, Jun 28 2016 @ 10:55 PM
  • Loudoun Supervisor Meyer considering rules change to limit resolutions and proclamations

    Supervisor Ron Meyer wants to limit what kind of proclamations and resolutions he and his colleagues can introduce. Loudoun Times, Tue, Jun 28 2016 @ 10:22 AM
  • Rate of Suspensions in Northern Virginia Schools Going Up

    After four years of decreasing rates, the 2014-2015 school year saw an increase in the rate of public school suspensions and expulsions in Northern Virginia, according to the Legal Aid Justice Center. "Half of suspensions were for cell phone disruptions, defiance, insubordination, and disrespect, not for any sort of violent offense," Legal Aid Justice Center Fellow Becky Wolozin told WMAL. WMAL-AM Washington, Thu, Jun 23 2016 @ 08:08 AM
  • Loudoun chairwoman embraces international investment

    Chairwoman Phyllis Randall after speaking to 400 students at Goyang Global High School in South Korea. Loudoun Times, Fri, Jun 24 2016 @ 11:42 AM
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