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By Nick Friend, for CNN West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has apologized for asking England captain Joe Root if he liked boys during his team's Test defeat to England in St Lucia. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's aides now say they are less certain he will sign a bipartisan spending compromise that doesn't include the money he demanded for a border wall -- a major shift from earlier this week when officials indicated privately that he would. [Read More]
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The Latest on storms hitting the West (all times local):... [Read More]
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A man held up a re-elect Trump flag at Disneyland on Wednesday and was promptly kicked out for violating the park's rules.        ... [Read More]
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Three boys made sure Valentine's Day was special for every girl at Summit Trail Middle School in Olathe, Kansas. They gave out more than 300 pink carnations. [Read More]
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House Democrats and certain states are likely to seek injunctions to prevent the president from reallocating money for a border wall. [Read More]
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Congress fails to deal with the humanitarian and national security crisis on our southern border, writes Rep. Jody Hice of the House Freedom Caucus. [Read More]
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A multi-vehicle injury crash Thursday shut down northbound Highway 17 in the Santa Cruz Mountains, according to the California Highway Patrol. [Read More]
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Finally! New York defeated Atlanta 106-91 and snapped the longest single-season losing streak in team history with its first win since Jan. 4.        ... [Read More]
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After a weeks-long slog, Congress united on Thursday night to pass a massive federal spending bill that averts a second shutdown, just weeks after the longest government closure in the nation's history. Although the package funds nine departments, comprising roughly a quarter of the federal government, the lengthy impasse surrounded just one: the Department of Homeland Security, which would oversee the construction of new barriers on the... [Read More]
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Pelicans star Anthony Davis suffered a shoulder injury on Thursday night in their game against the Thunder. [Read More]
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Former NBA commissioner David Stern thinks that if Colin Kaepernick were an NBA player that he would still be playing despite his protests during the national anthem. [Read More]
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Three boys made sure Valentine's Day was special for every girl at Summit Trail Middle School in Olathe, Kansas. They gave out more than 300 pink carnations. [Read More]
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The latest episode of "Dr. Pimple Popper," the TLC series starring dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, featured Taylore, a teenager with ear growths called keloids. Taylore said her keloids made her ears look "like elf ears." A keloid is a type of raised scar that some people are more prone to developing. Lee removed Taylore's growths but said there's a chance the keloids will grow back. By now, fans know that "Dr. Pimple Popper" — the TLC series starring dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee — is about way more than just pimples. In the show's second season,... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump once said taking executive action on immigration was an unconstitutional action that could lead to impeachment. Trump's past comments are at odds with his current plans to declare a national emergency and other executive actions to secure funding for a border wall. Trump made the comments on Fox News' "Fox and Friends" in November 2014 when asked about executive actions by then-President Barack Obama that would halt deportations for the undocumented parents of children born in the... [Read More]
(CNNEspañol.com) Nota del editor: Esta noticia contiene lenguaje y descripciones que pueden perturbar a algunos lectores... [Read More]
La Cámara de Representantes de EE.UU. aprobó el proyecto de ley de financiación y seguridad fronteriza con una votación de 300 a favor y 128 en contra. [Read More]
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Beto O'Rourke said Thursday that if he could, he'd tear down the border wall that separates El Paso, Texas, from Mexico. "Yes, absolutely. I'd take the wall down," he told MSNBC's Chris Hayes in an interview from a spot overlooking the border and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Hailing that bollard fence during a campaign rally Monday …... [Read More]
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He will visit with students at University of Wisconsin, Madison on Friday. [Read More]
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