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With all of the international students affected by President Trump’s new travel restrictions at the University of Kentucky accounted for, attention now shifts to the unexpected, and often emotional, decisions those students will face in the coming months.
A top aide to President Donald Trump said Friday she misspoke when she cited a 2011 "massacre" in Kentucky that never happened. 

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U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts made a swing through Lexington Wednesday, speaking at the University of Kentucky just one day after President Donald Trump announced his choice to fill the ninth seat on the high court. But observers hoping for insight into Roberts' take on Trump or the looming battle over his nominee went home empty-handed.

It was a packed house Tuesday night at Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Lexington for the Stand to Support Refugees event.

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