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(WASHINGTON) -- Nearly 2,000 children from Central America and elsewhere are now being held by U.S. authorities after being separated from their parents along the Southwest border, the Department of Homeland Security said...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- Like a certain rock band, the cast of CBS' police procedural Criminal Minds has been at it a long time, and show no signs of slowing down.

"I equate it to, you know, like the Rolling Stones,"...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- JetBlue has returned to its full flight schedule to Puerto Rico, nearly nine months after Hurricane Maria, the airline announced Friday.

The return to full capacity comes six months ahead of...Read more

(PITTSBURGH) -- An award-winning editorial cartoonist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette whose sketches have been critical of President Donald Trump, was fired Thursday.

Rob Rogers, a Pulitzer Prize finalist who...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- Days before he was scheduled to board a flight from New York to Honduras, Nelson Rosales Santos was told he could stay in the U.S. for another six months as he awaits a kidney transplant and a green card....Read more

(NEW YORK) -- Tom Brady has "respect" for the players who chose to take a knee during the national anthem before football games last season, the New England Patriots quarterback told Oprah Winfrey in an interview.
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(WASHINGTON) -- Democrats will hold their 2020 national convention in mid-July - two weeks earlier than the party's 2016 event, a move Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez says "will not only allow for a...Read more

(KANSAS CITY, Kan) -- One sheriff's deputy was fatally shot and another was shot and critically wounded when an inmate overpowered them near a Kansas courthouse on Friday, officials said.

The deadly altercation...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt bought tickets for himself and his family to watch the Oklahoma Sooners play in the Rose Bowl with help from a marketing executive whose firm...Read more

(BROOKLYN, N.Y.) -- Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman asked a federal judge in Brooklyn to suppress statements prosecutors claim the drug kingpin made during his January 2017 extradition to the United States.

In a...Read more

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