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President Donald Trump speaks at a rally endorsing the Republican ticket, Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, in Lebanon, Ohio. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) **FILE**

Trump’s remarks on Lee, Grant spur debate over media coverage

- The Washington Times

President Trump sparked debate on social media Friday evening by calling Robert E. Lee a “great general” during a campaign rally, drawing scrutiny over his remark as well as the media’s reaction, with many conservatives complaining of news outlets cutting out the full context.

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Editorials from around Ohio

- Associated Press

Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from Ohio newspapers:

FILE - In this file photo dated Wednesday Oct. 3, 2018, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Britain's Prince Harry, make an official visit to the Joff Youth Centre in Peacehaven, Britain.  Kensington Palace announced Monday Oct. 15, 2018, that Prince Harry and his wife the Duchess of Sussex are expecting a child in spring 2019.  (Chris Jackson/pool via AP)

Harry and Meghan's baby would be 7th in line for UK throne

Associated Press

A baby born to Prince Harry and Meghan, the duchess of Sussex, would be seventh in line for the British throne when it is born next spring. Here is the current line of succession to the British throne upon of the death of 92-year-old Queen Elizabeth II:

This photo provided by Stephane Jourdain, after a torrent of water ripped out the bridge in Villegailhenc, southern France, Monday Oct. 15, 2018. Flash floods have left several people dead in southwest France, with roads swept away and streams become raging torrents as the equivalent of several months of rain fell overnight, authorities said Monday. (AP Photo/Stephane Jourdain)

Flash floods kill at least 13 people in southwest France

- Associated Press

Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning waterways into raging torrents that killed at least 13 people, nine of them in just one town, authorities said Monday. People had to be helicoptered to safety from the roofs of their homes as overnight storms dumped the equivalent of several months of rain in just a few hours.