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Supreme Court has six significant cases remaining -- and one big question about its future

After a frantic few weeks to reach an end of June deadline, the Supreme Court justices will don their robes on Monday to wrap up the term sometime this week. More>>

Federal investigators to interview Stormy Daniels about Michael Cohen

Stormy Daniels will be interviewed by federal prosecutors from the Southern District of New York on Monday as part of their probe into President Donald Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, according to a source... More>>

No one is immune to suicide. But there is hope

Suicide affects people from all walks of life, sometimes in silence and isolation. It can reach across social, political and economic lines. More>>

Teenage boy reported missing from Texas facility that cares for migrants, police say

A teenage boy has been reported missing from a care facility in Brownsville, Texas, a police official said Sunday. More>>

The restaurant industry grapples with demons of addiction, mental illness

Chef Brandon Baltzley has struggled with substance abuse for most of his adult life. He loves his job, he says. But the restaurant industry's high-stress, fast-paced culture fueled his appetite for drugs and alcohol as he... More>>

Separated parents given option for voluntary deportation amid child reunification

As focus intensifies on reuniting immigrant families separated by the government, parents are being offered the option to sign voluntary departure orders to speed up their cases -- and are told they'll be reunited with... More>>

Time editor defends crying migrant girl cover: 'She became the face of this story'

The top editor at Time, Edward Felsenthal, on Sunday defended the magazine's controversial cover about the situation at the US-Mexico border. More>>

Independence police investigating homicide near gas station

The Independence Police Department is investigating a homicide that happened near a gas station on Saturday afternoon. More>>

Lena Dunham, Sia join protest of immigrant separations in Texas border city

Lena Dunham, Sia, Amber Heard and other stars visited the border city of Tornillo, Texas, on Sunday to protest the Trump administration's policy that separated migrant children from their parents. More>>

Sessions' pastor addresses 'firestorm' over church charges against AG

One of Attorney General Jeff Sessions' pastors said on Sunday that she does not agree with the "zero-tolerance" immigration policies that led to family separations, but urged her United Methodist church in northern... More>>

Mr. President, get ready for Erdogan unplugged

Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the desk of the president of the United States. More>>

Erdogan declares victory in Turkish election

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared himself the winner of a high-stakes election, surviving the most serious challenge yet to his political dominance and tightening his grip on the nation he has ruled for... More>>

Mo Salah considering quitting Egypt national team

Mo Salah is considering quitting the Egyptian national team due to his unhappiness over what has happened in Chechnya, where the team was based during the World Cup at Russia 2018, a source close to the Liverpool forward... More>>

'I'm riding the Trump wave. He's Christopher Columbus,' says Nevada pimp running for office

Dennis Hof, the Nevada brothel owner who just days ago ousted a Republican state lawmaker in a primary, is already workshopping new campaign themes for the general election. More>>

Two officers injured in shootout with gunman near San Diego State University

Two officers are recovering Sunday morning after being injured in a shootout with a violent suspect in San Diego's Rolando Village. More>>

Why Sarah Sanders was asked to leave a restaurant

This week we saw two different ways people sent messages that they passionately oppose the Trump administration's policies. And both involved prominent Trump officials and restaurants. More>>

Landmark day for Saudi women as kingdom's controversial driving ban ends

Saudi women drivers took to the roads legally Sunday for the first time in the kingdom's history, as its decades-old ban on women driving finally lifted. More>>

Detained mom has no idea where her son is, so she wrote this letter to him

The rainbows and stars on the mother's handwritten letter belie her agony and fear. More>>

NYT: EPA considered hiring family friend of Pruitt lobbyist landlord

A family friend of the lobbyists who rented out a room to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt was considered for a position at the agency, The New York Times reported Sunday, citing newly released... More>>

Why Michael Bloomberg may be eyeing a 2020 run

Here are the stories our D.C. insiders are talking about in this week's "Inside Politics" forecast, where you get a glimpse of tomorrow's headlines today. More>>

Zero tolerance is a zero humanity policy that makes zero sense

Pregnant and fearing for her unborn's life, a woman fled a death threat from a drug cartel in Honduras and made her way to America, delivering her baby girl, Andrea, along the way. More>>

Fox News commentator apologizes for racist remark

Fox News is distancing itself from a racist remark made by one of its paid commentators on Sunday. More>>

Glenn Beck walks off CNN interview over questions about his media company

Glenn Beck walked out of a live interview on CNN when questioned about reported troubles at his media company. More>>

Made In Idaho Product Offers Security

Imagining walking on campus or down the greenbelt, when suddenly, an attacker appears out of nowhere. Would you have the time and presence of mind to get to your phone, unlock the screen and call 911? More>>

French GP: Saudi woman fulfills lifelong dream to drive F1 car

As the ban on women drivers was lifted in Saudi Arabia, one of the country's leading female motorsport figures marked the occasion by getting behind the wheel of an Formula One car at the French Grand Prix. More>>

Refugees in Omaha get help applying for green cards

After living in the United States for a year, refugees can apply for a green card -- the first step to becoming a U.S. citizen. Sixty refugees living in Omaha got some help Saturday with the process of filling out the... More>>

Former Bush cabinet member: 'I'm not worried about' Sarah Sanders

Former George W. Bush cabinet official Carlos Gutierrez said on CNN's State of the Union with Jake Tapper that he's not worried about White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders after a Virginia restaurant owner requested... More>>

Almost 350 migrants are stranded on two boats in the Mediterranean

Almost 350 migrants are stranded on two boats in the Mediterranean, including a Danish cargo ship, as a standoff between nearby European countries deepened on Sunday. More>>

A week of questions, tears and finger-pointing on immigrant family separations

The week is ending the way it started -- with lots of confusion about the policy that resulted in separating immigrant children from their parents. More>>

Man pleads guilty in deadly Yorktown shooting

A man appeared in court on Thursday for his role in a deadly 2017 Yorktown shooting. More>>

Students from Parkland High School speak in Milwaukee on Road to Change tour

The March for Our Lives Road to Change tour brought young people from across the country to Milwaukee to speak about gun violence. More>>

NYPD vows to find killers of Bronx teen who dreamed of becoming a cop

The NYPD is making significant progress in finding the men who stabbed a 15-year-old Bronx teen to death outside a bodega, police said Sunday. More>>

Flake threatens Trump again on judicial nominees

Sen. Jeff Flake warned that he and a "number of senators," are prepared to block President Donald Trump's judicial nominees if there is no action in the Senate on tariffs and other key issues. More>>

ACLU of Oregon files suit for access to detained undocumented immigrants at Sheridan prison

The ACLU of Oregon announced Friday they filed an emergency lawsuit against several government agencies over access to undocumented immigrants being held at the Federal Prison in Sheridan. More>>

Peoria woman says pharmacist denied her prescription to end pregnancy

A Peoria woman is going public after she says a Walgreens pharmacist denied her a medication to end a pregnancy. More>>

Utahns grieve for families separated at border, call for 'just and humane' immigration laws

Karim Jones said her mother was 19 when she crossed the border illegally 31 years ago, carrying her in her belly. More>>

4-Year-old who never had haircut donates long locks to kids with cancer

A Finneytown pre-schooler was beaming with pride Saturday after making a valuable gift to another child - and all he had to do was sit still for about 45 minutes. More>>

Two San Diego police officers shot while responding to call

Two San Diego Police officers were shot after they breached an apartment that smelled of smoke on Saturday night, police officials said. More>>

Zimbabwe blast rocks stadium in apparent assassination attempt on President

Zimbabwe's government is calling an explosion Saturday an assassination attempt on President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was holding a campaign rally at a stadium. More>>

Lancaster County veterinarian spends weekend in cage for charity

The co-founder of the Pet Pantry of Lancaster County is spending the first weekend of summer in less than desirable conditions. More>>

10-Year-old boy in Greensboro is using nationally-recognized lemonade stand to raise money for classmates

One Greensboro boy is raising money for his peers with a nationally-recognized lemonade stand. More>>

Prince William arrives in Jordan as he starts historic Middle East tour

Prince William arrived in Jordan on Sunday on the first stop of a five-day Middle East tour that will make him the first British royal to pay an official visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories. More>>

World War II planes in battle re-enactment in Mobile

Several hundred people watched history come alive today at the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park. More>>

18 Year old arrested for carjacking, evading arrest

Metro police say an 18 year old was arrested Friday night for a carjacking and for going through great lengths to avoid being arrested. More>>

Block party promotes unity, works to stop teen violence

A rise in youth violence, brings community organizations together. More>>

Man loses left foot after accident at Tri-City Motor Speedway

A maintenance worker lost his foot after an accident at Tri-City Motor Speedway. More>>

Ron Johnson: 'We have been encouraging illegal immigration'

Wisconsin GOP Sen. Ron Johnson said Sunday the laws and practices of the US have encouraged undocumented immigration to levels the nation cannot handle. More>>

6 Hospitalized after man leads police on chase with toddlers in car

Six people were sent to the hospital after a man led police on a chase in Atlanta with two toddler's in the car. More>>

PD: Arrest made in fatal shooting outside Hartford bodega

Hartford Police said they identified and arrested a man who was responsible for a fatal shooting that took place outside a bodega on Saturday morning. More>>

US Navy identifies pilot killed in Holloman Air Force Base plane crash

The U.S. Navy announced late Saturday evening the death of a pilot who died in a plane crash during a training flight on Friday at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico. More>>

Anderson Cooper: Thirty years after my brother's death, I still ask why

My brother died by suicide nearly 30 years ago, and still not a day goes by when I do not find myself thinking about what happened and asking, "why?" More>>

New Zealand PM reveals her baby's name

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford have revealed the name of their baby girl, who was born Thursday. More>>

Turkey elections: Erdogan faces tough challenge as country votes

Polls have closed and votes are being counted across Turkey in a snap election that represents the biggest electoral threat for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 15 years of rule. More>>

Prince William's Middle East tour will be his most challenging royal trip to date

The Duke of Cambridge faces perhaps his biggest international test to date in his trip to the Middle East, where he will have to juggle politics, diplomacy and royalty. British royal visits usually try to stay above... More>>

At least 5 injured in building explosion and fire in Germany

At least five people were injured when an explosion, followed by a fire, tore through an apartment building in Germany. More>>

Court-Martial Fast Facts

Here's a look at courts-martial. The word court-martial refers to both the name of the court where charges are brought against members of the armed forces and the proceedings themselves. More>>

The weird reason that mighty Amazon isn't in the Dow

1. Amazon is too expensive for the Dow: Amazon and Jeff Bezos might be conquering the world, but there's at least one exclusive club they haven't gained entry to: The Dow Jones Industrial Average. More>>

Deadly blast hits rally attended by Ethiopian leader

At least two people were killed and more than 100 injured in an explosion Saturday at a rally attended by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, officials said. More>>

2 Migrant rescue vessels suspend operations after Italian intervention

Amid the ongoing controversy over immigration, the owners of two rescue boats say Italy has forced them to stop operating. More>>

World Cup: Sweden's Jimmy Durmaz subjected to racist abuse after Germany defeat

Sweden's Jimmy Durmaz was subjected to a torrent of online racist abuse in the aftermath of his side's dramatic World Cup defeat by reigning champion Germany Saturday. More>>

Government details how separated families will be reunited -- eventually

The Trump administration is releasing its plan for putting back together the thousands of families it separated at the border -- but the reunions won't happen quickly. More>>

Border patrol agents are stopping people on highways in New England to check their citizenship

Far from ground zero in the Trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration along the southern border, US Customs and Border Protection checkpoints on highways in Maine and New Hampshire are catching the eye of... More>>

68 Years after the Korean War, hundreds of US families are still searching for closure

As a child, Ruth Hebert would run on the beach at the edge of the Pacific and look to the horizon knowing her father was out there, somewhere. More>>

Protesters briefly block bus leaving migrant detention center in Texas

Chanting protesters briefly blocked a bus leaving a migrant detention center in McAllen, Texas, on Saturday afternoon. More>>

Car drives through crowd protesting police killing of Antwon Rose in Pittsburgh

Protesters angry over the death of an unarmed teen who was shot by police this week marched Friday for the third straight night down the streets of downtown Pittsburgh. More>>

Dozens injured after blast hits rally attended by Ethiopian leader

Dozens were injured, and at least one person killed, in an explosion Saturday at a rally in Addis Ababa attended by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, officials said. More>>

Rob Rogers' firing is a frightening omen

Every once in a great while, American readers experience a rare moment of collective awareness about editorial cartooning -- in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre in France and the Mohammed cartoon controversy in... More>>

Teenager uses sign language to communicate with blind and deaf man during flight

A 15-year-old is being widely praised for an act of kindness during a cross-country flight. More>>

DHS employees warned about safety amid backlash over family separations

Amid the furor over the policy that resulted in thousands of families separated at the border, Department of Homeland Security employees have been warned about threats to their personal safety, according to a... More>>

SPD: 3-year-old injured after picking up gun off table, mother arrested

Shreveport Police are investigating an early morning shooting in south Shreveport that's left a three year old boy injured. More>>

South Jordan couple 20th anniversary in 'Jurassic Park' fashion

A South Jordan couple is celebrating both their 20th wedding anniversary and the 25th anniversary of "Jurassic Park" in a unique way. More>>

Trump jabs 'Wacky Jacky and Pocahontas' while campaigning for Dean Heller in Nevada

In a visit to boost one of the nation's most vulnerable Republican senators ahead of this fall's November election, President Donald Trump unveiled a new nickname for the Democrat running to unseat Sen. Dean Heller. More>>

Toni Kroos rescues German World Cup hopes with last-gasp winner

"Football is a simple game. 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans always win," former England international Gary Lineker once said. More>>

Talking and sharing are key to suicide prevention

I talk about suicide every day. I've seen suicide from more angles than I'd wish on anyone: I've lost friends to suicide, seen the immediate aftermath of a suicide death, and survived two of my own suicide attempts. In the... More>>

How Stephen Miller, the architect behind Trump's immigration policies, rose to power

Nearly ever present by the President's side, perhaps no one is more responsible for the Trump agenda than Stephen Miller. More>>

Outrage surrounds former UW-Madison student's rape sentence

A judge's light sentence for a man convicted of multiple sexual assaults, stalking and choking women at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is drawing outrage. More>>

Mike Huckabee accused of bigotry and racism after tweet touting Pelosi's 'campaign committee'

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee is facing allegations of racism after he tweeted a photo on Saturday of five men who appear to be using hand signs associated with the MS-13 gang with the caption, "Nancy Pelosi... More>>

What's behind Tom Arnold's bizarre anti-Trump media blitz

If Tom Arnold knows one thing, it's how to get attention. More>>

Jogger detained for 2 weeks after accidentally crossing US border from Canada

A woman jogging along a beach accidentally crossed the US border from Canada, and ended up detained in Washington state. More>>

Son of man who stole dead boy's identity: 'My brothers and I had always wished he had found peace'

Joseph Newton Chandler III died in a car crash in 1945. He was 8 years old. More>>

Brexit marchers demand final vote on departure

Thousands of people marched Saturday through central London on the second anniversary of the Brexit referendum, demanding that the UK government give people a chance to make the final decision on whether it goes into... More>>

Minnesota is 2018 in a nutshell for Republicans

If Republicans are able to stem the Democratic tide rising in 2018, then Minnesota will be key. More>>

'Game of Thrones' stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are married

It was a match made in Westeros when "Game of Thrones" actors Kit Harington and Rose Leslie tied the knot Saturday in Aberdeen, Scotland. More>>

Vinnie Paul, Pantera drummer and co-founder, dies at 54

Vinnie Paul, drummer and founding member of the metal band Pantera, has died, the band announced on Facebook. More>>

Vandals flood historic Buck O'Neil center

A historic Kansas City landmark experienced devastating damage on Friday. More>>

Eddie Jones: A coach under fire

He was touted as the savior of English rugby, but at the moment Eddie Jones is searching for a second coming as England coach. More>>

US preparing in DMZ for return of troop remains from North Korea

About 100 wooden transport cases are being sent to the Demilitarized Zone, starting Saturday, to prepare for receiving US troop remains from North Korea, a representative for US Forces Korea said. More>>

Kamala Harris: 'That is a prison'; Warren and Trump collide in Nevada; Inslee visits Iowa

Our weekly roundup of the news, notes and chatter about the prospects for the next Democratic presidential race: More>>

Police search for missing 'suicidal' and pregnant woman with child

The St. Louis County police are searching for a pregnant woman and her child. More>>

Trump says 'we do a much better job' of detaining people who cross illegally

President Donald Trump defended the detention conditions for migrant families who cross the border illegally, arguing his administration does a "much better job" than the Obama administration. More>>

Toyota updates the Century, car of choice for Japan's elites

The Toyota Century, a car of choice for Japan's elites, just received a rare redesign. More>>

Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard star as Belgium rout Tunisia

Belgium duo Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard scored two goals each in the 5-2 World Cup rout of Tunisia in Moscow. More>>

Teens who laughed, recorded Florida man's drowning death and did nothing, won't be charged

On Friday, the State Attorney's Office announced that the four juveniles and one adult who laughed and recorded a Florida man's drowning death last year, will not face any criminal charges. More>>

Sarah Sanders says she was kicked out of restaurant because she works for Trump

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said she was kicked out of a Virginia restaurant by its owner because she works for President Donald Trump. More>>

2 Arrested in gang rape of anti-trafficking activists in India; police hunt for others

Six men have been accused of rape in connection with a gang rape this week of five female anti-trafficking workers in a village in eastern India, police told CNN on Saturday. More>>

Frantic search for lost cat at BWI Airport after it escapes cage on tarmac

A frantic search that ended in a tragedy at Baltimore–Washington International Airport. More>>

Report: Navy documents show plans to house 25,000 migrants in Orange Beach, Silverhill areas

The U.S. Navy is preparing plans to build sprawling detention centers for tens of thousands of immigrants on remote bases in California, Alabama and Arizona, escalating the military's task in implementing President Donald... More>>

Boxcar Fire in central Oregon grows to 23,000 acres; Graham Fire forces evacuations

The Boxcar Fire south of Maupin grew to 23,000 acres on Friday. More>>

'We did so much, so fast': Michelle Obama opens library convention in New Orleans

Former First Lady Michelle Obama is perhaps a little taken aback when people often ask her, "How'd you know what to do as first lady?" More>>

Lancaster County business owner speaks out after ICE crackdown

Doug Bragg, owner of Living Stones masonry was on a job Wednesday when his phone started blowing up. More>>

Gov. Northam signs bill creating new cabinet position focused on flooding, sea level rise

Virginia will soon have a new face in the fight against flooding and sea level rise. More>>

Apple promises free repairs for faulty MacBook keyboards

Apple is promising free repairs for faulty MacBook keyboards after waves of complaints about malfunctions. More>>

FBI updates House on Russia-related document requests, items still outstanding

The FBI informed House Republicans late Friday evening that it has "substantially complied" with two committees' document requests related to the Russia investigation, but correspondence obtained by CNN shows several... More>>

Park officials don't know when Volcanoes National Park will reopen

Earthquakes and explosions continue at Halemaumau Crater. More>>

Despite high fire danger, most fireworks shows around the state still scheduled

City officials in Flagstaff announced Friday an annual fireworks show is canceled due to high fire danger. More>>

Taxpayers spent $175,000 for paint project with 90-day warranty

The News 4 I-Team found taxpayers spent more than $175,000 for a paint job at the Nashville Fairgrounds that was only guaranteed for 90 days. More>>

Seth Rogen reveals he refused a photo with Paul Ryan: 'No way, man'

Seth Rogen revealed Friday he refused to take a picture with Paul Ryan and instead rebuked the House speaker. More>>

Federal agency steps in to assist with flood ravaged areas up north

Excessive rainfall and flooding between June 16 and 17 in the Upper Peninsula counties of Gogebic, Houghton and Menominee has the governor asking for help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. More>>

City employee's claims spark fraud investigation of Atlanta mayoral run-off election

Last December, the Atlanta mayor's race went to a run-off and Keisha Lance-Bottoms won by 832 votes. With such a small margin, even the slightest allegations of voter fraud could make an impact. More>>

States' authority to collect sales online impacts retailers

The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday for states to have the authority to collect a sales tax from online retailers. More>>

Xiaomi wants to raise over $6 billion in Hong Kong IPO

Xiaomi, one of the world's leading smartphone makers, is hoping to raise more than $6 billion by selling shares for a stock market listing in Hong Kong next month. More>>

Obama to visit Kenya for the first time since leaving office

Former President Barack Obama will travel to his father's homeland of Kenya next month as part of an international trip that will also include stops in South Africa, Spain and Portugal. More>>

Democrats see Trump's Nevada trip as an opening to focus on immigration

President Donald Trump is in Las Vegas on Saturday -- and Democrats are thrilled about it. More>>

Trump supporters are less with him on Russia than they are on other issues

Those who approve of the job Donald Trump is doing as the President are, naturally, much more likely to say they also approve of how he's doing on certain issues such like the economy, immigration, foreign affairs, and more. More>>

Trump's go-it-alone immigration strategy ends in chaos, confusion

On Wednesday morning, White House cooks were flipping steaks and unboxing popcorn machines ahead of the yearly congressional picnic. Within the hour, the picnic was scrubbed, the steaks on ice, and the popcorn machines... More>>

'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' has big opening day amid a surging box office

Superheroes have come to the rescue of the US box office. More>>

Trump's personal legal team opposed family separation

Two of President Donald Trump's personal lawyers on the Russia investigation broke ranks with their client this week on an entirely unrelated topic, rejecting his now-abandoned practice of separating undocumented immigrant... More>>

Swiss duo's 'provocative' black eagle goal celebration 'mixes sport and politics'

It's the goal celebration that everyone is talking about at the World Cup, but not everyone is celebrating. More>>

There were warning signs before Chester Bennington's suicide, the Linkin Park singer's widow says

Now, nearly a year after Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington took his own life, it's clear to his widow that in the days before he died, there were warning signs. More>>

'I love you, be strong, we'll get through this': Josh and Thamy Holt open up about their ordeal

Nearly a month after their surprise release from a Venezuelan prison, Josh and Thamy Holt say it's still hard to believe they are together and safe. More>>

Mom of cyberbullied teen Tyler Clementi says she considered killing herself after her son's suicide

Jane Clementi -- whose son, Tyler Clementi, died by suicide after getting bullied online -- says that after his death at age 18, she also considered suicide. More>>

Let XXXTentacion's passing spell the end of his fame

Depending on whose Twitter feed you look at, XXXTentacion's death was either a tragedy or cause for celebration. More>>

This poll shows why it's difficult for Democrats to take the Senate

First things first: The theme song of the week is Theme from Mission: Impossible from the television show Mission: Impossible. More>>

South Carolina candidate hospitalized with serious injuries after car wreck

South Carolina congressional candidate Katie Arrington is in the hospital with serious injuries after being involved in a fatal car wreck Friday night, according to her campaign. More>>

Trump must appoint a 'Family Reunification Czar'

If the thousands of migrant children who have been taken from their families are ever to be rejoined with their parents, then President Donald Trump must appoint a "Family Reunification Czar" immediately. More>>

Europe is holding its breath as Merkel's chancellorship hangs in the balance

All of Europe is currently on hold -- and holding its breath. Business as usual is at a standstill, even though the EU is mired in its deepest crisis since its founding and other urgent matters, like a trade war with the... More>>

How Europe's populists are following the Steve Bannon playbook

Ever since he left the White House, Steve Bannon has been scouring the world for new opportunities to promote his brand of populism: a revolt against liberal elites, migration and multiculturalism -- and the revival of the... More>>

Tom Arnold says he has tapes of the President that have yet to be heard by the public

Actor Tom Arnold said he has tapes of President Donald Trump that have yet to be heard by the public. More>>

Chaos as parents, lawyers try to find separated children

Immigration attorneys say not much has changed for their clients being held in detention centers, despite President Donald Trump signing an executive order to stop separating children from parents illegally crossing the... More>>

DNA on napkin used to crack 32-year-old cold case, police say

DNA evidence from a discarded restaurant napkin was used to identify a suspect in the slaying of a 12-year-old girl in 1986, police in Tacoma, Washington, said Friday. More>>

DHS stands by DACA rescission in court-requested filing

The Department of Homeland Security stood by the decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program last September in a court filing Friday evening -- setting up a potential court duel over the future of... More>>

Trump admin says 500 families reunified, but thousands unaccounted for

The Trump administration said Friday that it had reunified approximately 500 families separated at the border but the status of thousands more separated families remained unclear. More>>

US suspends military exercises with South Korea after Singapore summit

The United States will suspend a number of military exercises with South Korea that were due to take place over coming months, amid ongoing negotiations with North Korea, the US Department of Defense announced on Friday. More>>

Sessions isn't the first to 'textjack' the Bible. Here are five of the most misused scriptures

The game was tied and there was no time left on the clock when Dina Disney stepped to the foul line. Tears welling in her eyes, the college senior sank two free throws to seal her school's first NCAA basketball championship. More>>

House Judiciary chairman subpoenas Peter Strzok to be deposed

House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte on Friday subpoenaed FBI agent Peter Strzok to be deposed by the House Judiciary and Oversight committees next week. More>>

Could you be a Manafort juror?

Have you mortgaged your house? Opened a foreign bank account? Do you know any Ukrainians? More>>

New York terror attack suspect now facing total of 28 federal charges

The suspect in New York's deadliest terror attack since 9/11 was arraigned Friday on new charges -- six counts of attempted murder -- in addition to 22 charges filed earlier from the 2017 incident that left eight people... More>>

9,000 Barrels of bourbon fall in Kentucky distillery building collapse

Pardon bourbon lovers for crying in their beer after half of the barrels being aged at a Kentucky distillery building fell to the ground when part of the structure collapsed. More>>

Time cover backlash: Magazine stands by illustration of crying girl next to Trump

An image that appears in this week's Time magazine cover became a rallying cry for an end to the Trump administration's policy of separating children from their parents after they are apprehended at the US border. More>>

What to know about Sunday's BET Awards

The annual BET Awards will celebrate the best in music, movies and sports on Sunday. More>>

Bodies found in Colombia may be those of missing journalists

Authorities in Colombia and Ecuador are working to determine if bodies discovered Thursday are of an Ecuadorian press team abducted along the Colombian border with Ecuador. More>>

Crying migrant girl: What the iconic photo says about press access

Getty photographer John Moore took a photo that has become the symbol of the immigration debate in America. More>>

A top Netflix executive is out after using the N-word

A top Netflix executive has left the company after he used the N-word in front of colleagues on more than one occasion. More>>

Cardin: Trump can end 'massive confusion' on the border with a stroke of his pen

Sen. Ben Cardin, a Maryland Democrat, said President Donald Trump should end the immigrant family separation crisis at the border with a stroke of his pen and retract his executive order that created "massive confusion." More>>

An utterly disastrous week for Donald Trump

Fresh off one of the best -- or, at the very least, most consequential -- weeks of his presidency, Donald Trump just experienced one of his worst weeks in the White House. More>>

America's poor becoming more destitute under Trump, UN report says

Americans born into poverty are more likely than ever before to stay that way, according to a United Nations report on poverty and inequality in the US. More>>

Dem congressman: Trump executive order on family separation is 'unconstitutional'

President Donald Trump's executive order to keep undocumented immigrant parents and children together is "unconstitutional" and did not solve the family separation issue, Rep. David Cicilline said Friday. More>>

Planned Parenthood sues HHS over changes to teen pregnancy program

Planned Parenthood is suing the Department of Health and Human Services over changes to the agency's embattled Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program. More>>

The sounds of separation -- how 8 minutes of audio changed the immigration debate

The sounds are unmistakable: Children sobbing. Hard. Begging to be allowed to see their parents, their aunt, a relative. And then crying again when told that isn't possible. More>>

Would James Madison have used his cell phone in the shower?

James Madison never had a cell phone -- not even a flip phone! But the Supreme Court is frequently called on to conjure what Madison and the other framers of the Constitution might have made of our world, one very... More>>

Chanel reveals earnings for the first time in its 108-year history

We all know a Chanel handbag can cost more than $5,000. But now, for the first time in its century-long history, we know exactly how much money the luxury French fashion house makes. More>>

Navy memo outlines potential military housing for thousands of migrants

An internal draft US Navy planning document has identified potential housing locations for tens of thousands of immigrants at military sites in California, Arizona and Alabama, a US official confirms. More>>

GOP sources: Justice Department has not satisfied all House GOP document requests

Republicans said Friday there are still outstanding records requests that the Justice Department has not satisfied in the House Republican dispute with DOJ, according to three sources briefed on the mater. More>>

Impeachment fever is bad for the Democrats

According to a new CNN poll conducted by the SSRS, a stunning 42% of Americans believe that President Trump should be impeached and removed from office -- close to the 43% who felt the same way about President Richard... More>>

When Romans 13 was invoked to justify evil

On March 21, 1933, Germany was in turmoil. Less than two months after the Nazi seizure of power, even people with pro-regime leanings felt disquieted about the draconian measures instituted since the end of January. More>>

The College Board wants to cut thousands of years from its AP World History test. Teachers aren't having it.

If you ask the company that runs the Advanced Placement tests, it'll say it was trying to do world history teachers a favor. More>>

2 Walk away after bailing from falling glider

A glider pilot participating in a national competition and a passenger walked away with minor injuries after they bailed from the craft Thursday. More>>

Three immigrants sue feds over family separations, seek daily updates on children

Three undocumented immigrants who filed suit Wednesday over being forcibly separated from their children are asking a federal court to require the government to provide them "reliable, daily" information on the well-being... More>>

Steve King doesn't want Somali Muslims to package pork in his district

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