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The Latino Victory Fund's ad showed a pickup truck with a Confederate flag and an Ed Gillespie bumper sticker chasing down Muslim, Latino and black children, and accused the GOP candidate of spreading "hate."

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"We'll continue on listening mode," said House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady, Texas Republican. Details for the party's tax reform plan, such as actual thresholds for tax rates and the child tax credit, were still under discussion Tuesday. (Associated Press)

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The College of Charleston is conducting an investigation after a photo taken at an off-campus party showed someone wearing a Halloween costume mocking Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man whose death in police custody sparked violent protests in Baltimore two years ago. (Facebook photo via The Baltimore Sun)

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The Food and Drug Administration has cautioned the public against overindulging in black licorice. (webmd.com)

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Illustration on sexual harassment and abuse in the entertainment industry by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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Actress Allison Williams. Parent: Journalist Brian Williams

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, California Democrat, called her colleagues to arms against Republican tax reform she says will "raise taxes on the middle class before the American people can see the damage it will cause." (Associated Press)

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Jane Fonda says the sexual abuse scandal surrounding disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is getting so much air-time because his alleged victims are "famous and white." (MSNBC)

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Tax Reform: Less is More Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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Kellogg's apologized for artwork on a Corn Pops box on Oct. 27, 2017, after a Marvel Comics writer complained that it sent a racist message. The company said it would change the boxes moving forward. (Twitter, Saladin Ahmed)

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Illustration on the sexualized content of Indian cinema by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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Pro-life advocate Kristan Hawkins - shown with the sign in the center of the group - is president of Students for Life, and will tour college campuses to speak out against views of "aging feminists." (Students for Life)

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Pro-life advocate Kristan Hawkins - shown with the sign in the center of the group- is president of Students for Life, and will tour college campuses to speak out against views of "aging feminists." (Students for Life)

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Pro-life advocate Kristan Hawkins - shown with the sign in the center of the group- is president of Students for Life, and will tour college campuses to speak out against views of "aging feminists." (Students for Life)

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"Freedom of Speech 2017: Do Americans Still Value Freedom of Speech?" available in the October 26, 2017 edition of The Washington Times. (cover)

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Eddie Curlin, 29, was arrested and charged with malicious destruction of property, identity theft and using computers to commit a crime in regards to three racist graffiti incidents at Eastern Michigan University. (Image: Michigan Department of Corrections)

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Kim Guadagno is not following the playbook of her boss, Gov. Chris Christie, who won an unlikely re-election campaign in 2012 by specifically reaching out to Hispanics and other minorities in a state that typically votes for Democrats. (Associated Press)

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U.N. Immigration Policy Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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Making Pyramid Schemes Illegal Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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Men or women, who has it easier in the U.S. A new poll has the answers. (Image from Associated Press)