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NBC News reports hundreds of migrant parents are still separated from their children after being deported. [Read More]
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There are more than 2 million Muslims in Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj pilgrimage. [Read More]
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The cease-fire would take effect on Monday and last at least through the Eid al-Adha holiday. [Read More]
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The agency's proposal would let states set their own emissions standards for coal-firing power plants. [Read More]
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The New York Times reports the extent of his cooperation is "uncommon." [Read More]
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The Bastille Day-inspired parade is estimated to cost $92 million. [Read More]
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They said they wanted the documents in 20 business days, setting the deadline during Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing. [Read More]
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The DOJ will "vigorously enforce" a law prohibiting guns that don't set off metal detectors or major security screening devices. [Read More]
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The EpiPen's manufacturer, Mylan, has faced widespread backlash over skyrocketing prices. [Read More]
Under the proposal, corporations that make over $1 billion per year would have to give employees more say in financial decisions. [Read More]
Experts point to two contributing factors: More Americans are using opioids, and drugs are becoming more deadly. [Read More]
CEO Jack Dorsey told The Washington Post about steps he plans to take on Wednesday. [Read More]
Press secretary Sarah Sanders announced a list of former officials that may have their clearances revoked last month. [Read More]
Gov. Jeff Colyer was locked in a very close primary election with Secretary of State Kris Kobach. [Read More]
Johnson served as a Republican governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003. [Read More]
Sarah Sanders claimed President Trump had already outpaced Obama on black job creation at a press conference Tuesday. [Read More]
The priests are accused of abusing more than 1,000 children. [Read More]
West Virginia lawmakers have voted to impeach all four of the state's Supreme Court justices. [Read More]
The state's House Judiciary Committee approved 14 articles of impeachment against the four judges last week. [Read More]
They were named in 14 articles of impeachment. [Read More]
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