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GOP bill wouldn't end family separations at border, experts say

NBC News / Politics

The legislation could be voted on next week in the House, along with another proposal backed by conservatives.

Questions persist over Puerto Rico's death toll 9 months after Maria

NBC News / World

While most of the island finally has power back, hundreds of schools are set to close, and Maria’s true death toll is still a mystery.

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Five undocumented immigrants killed after high-speed chase

NBC News / U.S.

The driver — a suspected smuggler and U.S. citizen — survived the crash.

Sunday, Jun 17

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How some elite charter schools exclude minorities

NBC News

Loose laws let scores of charters create policies that favor white students.

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Melania Trump makes statement on family separations as protests grow

NBC News

The first lady "hopes both sides of the aisle can finally come together to achieve successful immigration reform," according to the statement.

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He waited 3 years for a green card interview. He got one — and was detained at it.

NBC News / U.S.

Xiu Qing You had waited three years for a green card interview. What he thought was a happy day instead ended with him separated from his family.

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These volunteers want to get malaria. The goal? A better vaccine.

NBC News / News

Malaria infects more than 200 million people a year, the World Health Organization says. It killed 445,000 in 2016, mostly children.

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Trump: I requested end to 'war games' in North Korea talks

NBC News / U.S.

"Holding back the "war games" during the negotiations was my request because they are VERY EXPENSIVE and set a bad light during a good faith negotiation," Trump said on Sunday morning.

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He spied on al Qaeda from the inside. Then he had to run for his life.

NBC News / News

Aimen Dean was a double agent, feeding al Qaeda's secrets to Western intelligence, but then someone spilled his secret.

A field guide to President Donald Trump's pardons

NBC News / U.S.

Who has Trump already granted clemency, and who could be next? "We are looking at literally thousands of names of people," he said.

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20 hurt, suspect dead after shooting at New Jersey art festival

NBC News / News

A gunman is dead and at least 20 others injured after a shooting broke out at the 12th annual Art All Night festival in Trenton, New Jersey, officials said.

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Wife of man held by ICE after delivering pizza makes Father's Day plea for his release

NBC News / U.S.

"The pain of being ripped away from our family is unspeakable," Sandra Chica wrote in an op-ed.

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AMC Networks halts Chris Hardwick's show while investigating abuse allegations

NBC News / U.S.

In a statement released on Saturday, AMC Networks called the allegations against the 46-year-old "troubling."

Saturday, Jun 16

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'He'll tell us the truth': Students look up to black role models in schools

NBC News / News

"I've been that child under the desk crying because my father wasn't around," said one African-American teacher.

Peggy Whitson, NASA's record-breaking astronaut, retires

NBC News / News

Fellow astronauts called Whitson a "space ninja."

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Sixth cab driver dies of suicide after struggling financially

NBC News

A Yemeni immigrant is the sixth driver to die of suicide in the past eight months, according to the New York Taxi Workers Alliance.

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They're the first family of pharma. And now they're being sued.

NBC News

A novel legal strategy aims to "pull up the corporate curtain of protection that these people hide behind."

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Doctor-assisted suicide is reinstated in California

NBC News / News

Riverside County Superior Court Judge Daniel Ottolia declared the law unconstitutional last month.

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Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr. pleads not guilty in rapes case

NBC News / U.S.

Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. faces life sentences if convicted, a prosecutor said.

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Paul Manafort locked up in Virginia jail after witness-tampering allegation

NBC News

"I cannot turn a blind eye to this," the judge said before Manafort was taken into custody.

Friday, Jun 15

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This man is running Russia's latest propaganda effort in the U.S. — or he's trying to

NBC News / World

Alexander Malkevich tried to throw a rally at the White House, but nobody showed up.

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1,995 children separated from families at border under 'zero tolerance' policy

NBC News / U.S.

That's approximately 46 children a day over a six-week period.

GOP bill wouldn't end family separations at border, experts say

NBC News

The legislation could be voted on next week in the House, along with another proposal backed by conservatives.

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Wisconsin mother of two charged with trying to recruit for ISIS, hacking

NBC News / News

Prosecutors say Waheba Issa Dais, 45, hacked into Facebook accounts and used them to spread pro-ISIS propaganda and instructions on how to make weapons.

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U.S. citizen reportedly detained in Vietnam after protests

NBC News / World

Friends and family of Will Nguyen say he was taken into custody on Sunday in Ho Chi Minh City after he took part in a demonstration.

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Bill seeks commission to study response to Puerto Rico hurricanes

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"We still don't know why the preparedness and response were so flawed, and we still don't know the true number of people who died," Sen. Elizabeth Warren said.

Roller coaster derails in Daytona Beach, dropping two riders 34 feet

NBC News / U.S.

"It looked like it just flipped upside down, like it was part of the ride."

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Here's why you can't stop eating pizza

NBC News / News

Sugar is tastier when you add butter and the brain knows it

More of today's teens skip the sex and drugs

NBC News / News

More teens are thinking about suicide, federal health officials say.

Bill Cosby fires legal team ahead of sex assault sentencing

Cosby is scheduled for sentencing Sept. 24.