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President Donald Trump's vow to save the coal industry will be tested this week — and so will the impact of his recent comments favoring a particular power plant — when a utility board he appoints weighs whether to close the coal-fired Kentucky plant whose suppliers include a mine owned by one of his campaign donors.

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A Tennessee man who was one of the first inmates to be released under a new federal sentencing reform law is officially a free man.

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A Tennessee man will be one of the first prisoners to be released under a criminal justice reform law recently signed by President Donald Trump.

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U.S. Senator Rand Paul said he’s open to the idea of a compromise over President Trump’s demand for more than $5 billion for his promised wall along the Mexican border.

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Republican U.S. Rep. Andy Barr says he does not support President Donald Trump's proposal to end citizenship for children born in the United States to non-citizen parents.

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Preparations for a presidential visit are in full gear in Richmond.  President Donald Trump is scheduled to headline a political rally Saturday night in Eastern Kentucky University’s Alumni Coliseum. 

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Varying opinions are being expressed by Eastern Kentucky University students regarding President Trump’s political rally this weekend.

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As people are registering for tickets and otherwise preparing for President Donald Trump’s upcoming rally at Eastern Kentucky University, others are both airing concerns and urging unity. 

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul says the White House needs to use a lie detector test to find out who wrote an anonymous op-ed published in the New York Times this week.

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President Trump is promising a “big night” in Evansville as he prepares for what’s expected to be a standing-room-only crowd of 11,000 people.

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