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One dead in fatal crash on I-75 – WTVQ

WTVQOne dead in fatal crash on I-75WTVQMADISON COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – One man is dead after a crash on I-75 in Madison County. According to the Coroner, Saturday afternoon a tractor-trailer went off the interstate in the northbound lanes and fell down an…

For Puerto Rican Storm Evacuees, Another Moving Day Looms

For thousands who left Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, FEMA’s temporary housing assistance is running out. A federal judge extended their government aid for a few more days.

Top Border Patrol Official to Serve as Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Agency

The appointment of Ronald D. Vitiello as acting director of ICE comes as some activists call for the agency to be abolished.

The Big Debate: Soccer Or Football?

Every four years during the World Cup, it becomes a much bigger debate: Why do Americans call it soccer instead of football? You might be surprised to learn where “soccer” gets its roots.

Protesters Across The Country Rally Against Trump’s Immigration Policies

The demonstrations drew thousands of citizens who called for an end to the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy and immediate action to reunite separated families.

Minneapolis Investigates Police Use Of Ketamine On Suspects

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks to Star Tribune reporter Andy Mannix about the investigation into the Minneapolis police and EMTs sedating people in custody.

Barbershop: Democratic Strategy

Michel Martin talks election surprises and Justice Kennedy’s departure with former Sen. Barbara Boxer; Rep. Ruben Gallego of Arizona; and Julian Ivey, who’s running for Maryland’s House of Delegates.

Capital Gazette Shooting Rocks Annapolis Community

Annapolis is still coming to terms after the attack on their local newspaper.

After Reunification Deadlines, A Plan To Transfer Families To Detention Centers

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks to immigration lawyer Sarah Plastino about the Trump administration’s plans to detain immigrant families and children longer than 20 days.

Protesters March Nationwide Against Family Separations

Protesters against the Trump administration’s family detention policies marched in Washington, D.C., and communities around the country Saturday.

Protests Across U.S. Call for End to Migrant Family Separations

Thousands turned out Saturday to criticize the separation and detention of migrant families who crossed the border together.

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