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In Tijuana, Migrants Seeking Asylum In The U.S. Tell Harrowing Stories Of Crisis

U.S. Customs officials in Tijuana have begun processing some Central Americans from a caravan seeking asylum in the United States, despite strong condemnation of the migrants by President Trump.

Air National Guard C-130 Crashes In Georgia, Killing At Least 2

The cargo plane crashed near Savannah, Ga., on Wednesday morning while taking part in a training exercise. Five people were on board, the Air National Guard says.

Secretary Of State Pompeo Promises New ‘Swagger’ At State Department Swearing-In

President Trump paid his first official visit to the State Department Wednesday to attend the ceremonial swearing-in of Mike Pompeo. Pompeo promised a vigorous pursuit of diplomatic opportunities.

What You Should Know About The Decline Of This Powerful Massachusetts Politician

What’s next for Massachusetts State Senator Stan Rosenberg, whose husband has been charged with sexual assault, criminal lewdness and distributing nude photos without consent?

Official Autopsy Of Stephon Clark, Killed By Police, Contradicts Family Autopsy

An unarmed black man was killed by Sacramento police in March. The coroner says he was shot seven times, three times in the back. A private autopsy found he was shot eight times, mostly in the back.

White Man Convicted Of Beating Black Man At Charlottesville White Nationalist Rally

A group of white men hit and kicked the man as he lay on the ground during the violent rally last summer. Jacob Scott Goodwin of Arkansas, the first to be convicted, said he acted in self-defense.

How Puerto Rico’s Debt Created A Perfect Storm Before The Storm

For years, the nation’s largest banks made millions off Puerto Rican debt as the island approached financial ruin. Then, with its infrastructure crumbling, a Category 4 hurricane barreled in.

Iowa ‘Fetal Heartbeat’ Bill To Ban Abortions After 6 Weeks Poised For Passage

The bill, which would ban most abortions illegal after a fetal heartbeat bill can be detected. The Republican-majority state Senate fast-tracked the bill early Wednesday.

Unionized Or Not, Teachers Struggle To Make Ends Meet, NPR/Ipsos Poll Finds

Six in ten teachers in our poll say they have worked a second job to pay the bills.

Frozen Food Sales Feel The Heat As Consumers Opt For Fresh

Food from the frozen aisle accounts for only about 6 percent of grocery store sales — and that percentage has seen some declines over the past few years. The deli section, however, keeps expanding.

Veterans’ Issues Take Center Stage In Montana Politics

Democratic Montana Sen. Jon Tester helped sink the nomination of Ronny Jackson to lead the VA. President Trump and other Republicans hope to use the controversy to defeat Tester in the election.

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