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Couple raises more than $3.6 million on Facebook to reunite immigrant families

Tens of thousands have contributed more than $3.6 million to the campaign, the largest ever on Facebook. At one point, $4,000 a minute was rolling in.

Trump threatens to slap new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods

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Trump threatened to slap another round of tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese products, the latest move in an escalating trade war with Beijing.

Fact check: Trump wrong to say IG report exonerates him or says Comey acted criminally

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President Donald Trump said he thinks former FBI Director James Comey committed “very criminal acts.” But the facts don’t support the president’s opinion.

MTV Movie and TV Awards: The 5 best moments you missed

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Lady Gaga swore, "Black Panther" and "Stranger Things" were the night's two main winners and host Tiffany Haddish earned her hosting crown, also taking home the best comedic performance prize for "Girls Trip."

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North Korea leader Kim Jong Un will visit Beijing, Chinese state media says

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Chinese state media say North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will make a two-day state visit starting Tuesday.

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Tiffany Haddish wore Duchess Meghan's wedding dress at the MTV Movie and TV Awards

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Tiffany Haddish embodied her catchphrase "She ready" at the MTV Movie and TV Awards, where she hit on famous men in her opening monologue and even donned a copy of Meghan Markle's wedding dress.

Police: Cancer patient was killed for her painkillers

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The cancer patient found dead in Kentucky was killed for her painkillers and dumped in the woods, according to court documents.

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Papá! Papá!’: Immigrant children at detention center cry for parents in heartbreaking audio

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ProPublica, a nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism, posted the audio of children inside Monday afternoon.

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Rapper Xxxtentacion shot and killed in South Florida

The Florida rapper, 20, was gunned down in Deerfield Beach, Fla. Police confirmed Xxxtentacion was pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital.

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says 'loopholes' in law separate families at the border

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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said there is not a family separation policy, but families are split as a result of broken immigration laws

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Barry Trotz's resignation as Capitals' head coach is about money and respect

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Barry Trotz was not going to be among the highest-paid coaches, so he will move on from the Capitals despite winning the Stanley Cup.

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Even Trump's family divided by 'zero tolerance' immigration policy

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So much news, so little time. Let us help. #TheShortList. Melania talks migrant families, Supreme Court punts on gerrymandering and Canadians boycott

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Fact check: Viral image of child in a cage was not detained by ICE

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The widely-circulated photo of the crying toddler was taken at a protest on immigration, not while in ICE custody

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Supreme Court punts on two cases regarding partisan election districts

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The Supreme Court sidestepped a potentially historic ruling that might have stopped states from drawing election maps intended to help one political party dominate the other, but the issue could return as soon as next term. The justices…

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300,000 coastal homes in US, worth $120 billion, at risk of chronic floods from rising seas

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Hundreds of thousands of homes along U.S. coasts are at risk of devastating coastal flooding over the next 30 years as climate changes causes the oceans to rise, a new study finds. Overall, about 311,000 coastal homes worth about $120…

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Amid outrage, Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen 'will not apologize' for separating families

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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen took to Twitter to vehemently deny claims that her department's border policy dictates separation of children from their families. "We do not have a policy of separating families at the border.…

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Trump's insults, tariffs inspire Canadians to organize boycott of U.S. goods

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Canadians are boycotting U.S. goods, but history shows the results of economic boycotts are mixed. Among the most successful was the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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Sprint and Verizon’s latest deals offer still more definitions of 'Unlimited'

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Recent wireless deals from Verizon and Sprint offered new twists on those "unlimited" plans, which are hugely popular with consumers.

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What Melania Trump, past first ladies have to say on 'zero tolerance' immigration policy

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America's first ladies, current and former, have weighed in on the "zero tolerance" policy that is separating families seeking asylum in the United States.

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Verizon's 'unlimited' mobile plan, MTV Movie & TV Awards: 5 things you need to know Monday

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A dangerous bunch of hot air, Verizon's "unlimited" mobile plan, MTV Movie & TV Awards and more things to know Monday.

Monday, Jun 18

Brooks Koepka's girlfriend has forgiven Joe Buck for his gaffe

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After Brooks Koepka’s victory last year, Fox Sports' lead commenator Joe Buck misidentified Koepka’s girlfriend. This year he got it right.

Secret VA nursing home ratings hide poor quality care from the public

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VA nursing homes were worse than private facilities on key quality indicators last year, including rates of anti-psychotic drug prescription and residents’ deterioration, according to internal documents obtained by USA TODAY and The Boston…

Sunday, Jun 17

Here's the biggest news you missed this weekend

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Father's Day at the border, a human stampede in New Jersey, World Cup fans start an earthquake and more of the biggest news you missed this weekend.

Father's Day used to highlight fight against Trump policy that separates migrant families

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The Trump administration policy that separates migrant children from their parents began in May to discourage parents from bringing children across the border illegally. Activities on Father's Day, dubbed #FathersDayofAction, included…

1 dead and 22 injured after gunfire at New Jersey art festival

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Shooting occurred shortly before 3 a.m. Sunday at community cultural event in Trenton, N.J.

Fireman Matt Parziale gives ultimate Father's Day gift at U.S. Open

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Matt Parziale, an amateur golfer and a professional firefighter, will be swinging the clubs Sunday at the U.S. Open and his father, Vic, will be carrying the clubs while serving as his son’s caddie.

Saturday, Jun 16

China, in response to Trump, slaps tariffs on $34B in U.S. products, from soybeans to cigars

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Beijing imposes 25 per cent tariff on U.S. soybeans, whiskey and cigars in retaliation for U.S. duty on $34B worth of Chinese goods.

Pope: Abortion is ‘white glove’ equivalent to Nazi crimes

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Pope Francis denounced abortion on Saturday as the “white glove” equivalent of the Nazi-era eugenics program and urged families to accept the children that God gives them.

Will GOP immigration bill stop family separations at border? Critics say no

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At issue is a new “zero tolerance” policy issued by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, under which anyone who crosses the border illegally will be prosecuted.

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and former president Balwani charged with federal fraud

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Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has been charged with federal criminal wire fraud and has stepped down as CEO from the company she started at age 19.

Friday, Jun 15

Judge orders Manafort to jail while awaiting money laundering and fraud trials

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A federal judge on Friday ordered former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort to jail to await separate trials on money laundering and fraud charges following allegations that he sought to obstruct the Russia inquiry while he was on house…

The Bubble: How would conservatives have reacted to Obama meeting with Kim? liberals ask

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With his summit with Kim, Trump has "once again done something astounding and unpredictable," said former House speaker Newt Gingrich. #TheBubble

Trump moving ahead with tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods, reports say

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President Donald Trump has decided to impose significant tariffs on Chinese goods, the latest leg in the ongoing tensions over trade between the two nations, according to published reports.

Citing Bible, Trump administration digs in on 'zero tolerance' immigration policy

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The Trump administration on Thursday defended its “zero tolerance” immigration policy from criticism that it is forcing the separation of families.

Thursday, Jun 14

Ex-FBI director James Comey defends Clinton probe despite Justice IG's searing critique

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"I do not agree with all of the inspector general’s conclusions," Comey said in an op-ed he authored for the New York Times. "But I respect the work of his office and salute its professionalism."

So, this puts the whole Clinton email thing behind us, right?

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News everyone's talking about today. #TheShortList: A new Clinton email report, University of Chicago drops the SAT, New York sues Trump.

Watchdog rebukes ex-FBI director Comey over Clinton email case, but found no evidence of bias

Former FBI director James Comey broke FBI and Justice Department protocol in his handling of the 2016 investigation of Hillary Clinton's email scandal, but he was not motivated by any political bias when he cleared Clinton of any criminal…

Primary takeaways: Sanford loss shows GOP is Trump's party; women keep winning

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After Tuesday's primaries in South Carolina, Maine, Virginia and Nevada, we know it's Donald Trump's party, and it might be the real year of the woman.