By Gillian Flaccus and Mike Balsamo Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Some federal officers guarding a U.S. courthouse that's been targeted during violent protests in Portland will leave in the next 24 hours, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said Wednesday. But the Trump administration's insistence that some agents would remain in the building and the entire contingent would stay in the city in case they're needed sparked confusion and concern among demonstrators. While each side declared victory in the political fight over the federal deployment, it was not clear if the agreement would reduce tensions on the streets of the […]
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