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Matthew Heimbach’s “National Socialism or Death” college speaking tour began Saturday afternoon in Buehler Hall despite opposition and protest from the UT community. Continue reading at utdailybeacon.com.
On Central Avenue in Knoxville, the business of prostitution is a commonplace, and largely ignored, crime, both by citizens and, until recently, police. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
Thousands rallied over the fate of the Fort Sanders Confederate monument Saturday in light of the white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia earlier this month. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
Knoxville record stores have at least one more trick up their sleeves. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
Sightings, threats and worries of presumably violent clowns have been reported in Knoxville. Although the clowns have not yet done anything illegal, there have been threats posted through social media. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
Supporters of a NATO exit tend to believe that it’s not any of the U.S.’s concern if it dismantles, but it would mean that countries, for the most part, would communicate less with other countries and only be able to rely on themselves for military responses. Continue reading on Trigtent.
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court shied away from taking a stance on gerrymandering after deciding on a Wisconsin case, saying that the plaintiffs were not personally affected enough to have standing. Continue reading the article on Trigtent.