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WASHINGTON - U.S. Attorney General William Barr says a recently launched U.S. federal crime-fighting initiative championed by President Donald Trump has helped reduce violence in several major American cities, cutting in half the number of homicides in Chicago in recent weeks.

"Together, federal, local and state law enforcement in Chicago working as part of Operation Legend and joint task forces have reversed the dangerous spike in violence,” Barr said Wednesday during a press conference in the Midwestern U.S. city.

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U.S. Attorney General William Barr speaks on Operation Legend, a federal law enforcement operation, during a press conference in Chicago, Sept. 9, 2020.

President Trump made a trip to the key battleground state of North Carolina on Wednesday to commemorate 75-years since the formal victory of the U.S. over Japan, which ended WWII.

He delivered remarks in front of the historic Battleship North Carolina, which is located in Wilmington. During his speech, the president officially granted Wilmington the honor of being the first American WWII heritage city.

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President Donald Trump speaks during an event to designate Wilmington as the first American World War II Heritage City, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020, in Wilmington, N.C. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Remember all those righteous types going after President Trump for not wearing a mask? But he's a role model, they scream! He's killing people!

Of course, away from the cameras, they were doing something else. That's the difference between Trump and politicians. With Trump, what you see is what you get. The others? Well, they're politicians.

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"She was caught at a hair salon in San Francisco Monday, despite laws keeping hair salons closed to the public there" - Security camera footage from eSalon SF

As violent protesters continue rioting in the streets across the nation, more innocent Americans are losing their lives. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more on how the Black Lives Matter movement is actually causing massive harm to the black community.

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Violence Stemming From Black Lives Matter Protests Claims Lives Of Dozens Of Innocent American - Source: OAN



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Snapshot image from OAN Video


WASHINGTON - For the first time, a self-identified member of the militant movement known as antifa has been implicated in a fatal shooting and is reportedly under investigation in the killing of a supporter of President Donald Trump on Saturday in Portland, Oregon.

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FILE - Police officers help remove the body of a man who was shot dead amid weekend street clashes between supporters of President Donald Trump and counterdemonstrators in Portland, Oregon, Aug. 29, 2020.

U.S. President Donald Trump visits Gulf of Mexico coastal areas of Louisiana and Texas Saturday that were ravaged by Hurricane Laura, leaving them without power and water as clean-up efforts continue in seasonally hot and humid conditions.

Fourteen people were killed when the Category 4 storm devastated the area early Thursday, with more than half of them succumbing to carbon monoxide poisoning due to the improper use of power generators.

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President Donald Trump leaves the White House as he heads to Andrews Air Force Base, Aug. 29, 2020, in Washington. Trump is going to tour damage from Hurricane Laura in Texas and Louisiana.

U.S. first lady Melania Trump expressed sympathy for the victims of the coronavirus pandemic in her address Tuesday, the second night of the Republican National Convention.

“Since March, our lives have been changed drastically,” the first lady said in a late-evening speech in the newly redesigned White House Rose Garden. “My deepest sympathy goes out to everyone who has lost a loved one. My prayers are with those who are ill or suffering. 

“I know many people are anxious and some feel helpless,” she said. “I want you to know you are not alone." 

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U.S. first lady Melania Trump delivers her live address to the largely virtual 2020 Republican National Convention from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Aug. 25, 2020.

WHITE HOUSE - Calling it “a truly historic announcement,” U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday hailed a federal government emergency authorization for use of convalescent blood plasma that he declared would “save countless lives” of coronavirus patients.  

Trump and his health secretary, Alex Azar, at a briefing for reporters, noted a 35% decrease in mortality among those younger than 80 who were not on a respirator, a month after receiving the treatment early in the course of their disease.

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President Donald Trump speaks, accompanied by Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn, center, during a media briefing in the James Brady Briefing Room of the White House, Aug. 23, 2020, in Washington.

WASHINGTON - The White House says President Donald Trump will announce a “major therapeutic breakthrough” Sunday night for the treatment of coronavirus, the pandemic that has killed more than 176,000 people in the U.S. and infected nearly 5.7 million, more than in any other country across the world. 

Trump’s announcement is coming a day after he accused, without evidence, “the deep state, or whoever” at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration of “making it very difficult for drug companies to get people in order to test the vaccines and therapeutics.”

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FILE - President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, Aug. 15, 2020.

U.S. President Donald Trump pardoned women’s suffrage leader Susan B. Anthony, who was convicted of voting illegally in 1872.

Speaking Tuesday at a White House event commemorating the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave U.S. women the right to vote, Trump said he would sign a “full and complete pardon” for Anthony.

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FILE - U.S. women's suffrage leader Susan B. Anthony is seen next to a 1898 letter handwritten by her, at an exhibit at The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum, in Buffalo, New York, Jan. 10, 2005.