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US House candidate who beat Sanford seriously…

A spokesman for a South Carolina lawmaker who defeated U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford in his re-election bid says she has been seriously injured in a car wreck

Latino leaders question Census head over…

Latino elected officials from around the nation questioned the head of the U.S. Census Bureau in Phoenix on Saturday over the proposed addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 survey, which they strongly oppose

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Gets Kicked Out of…

Sarah Huckabee Sanders went out for dinner Friday night in Lexington, Virginia—for a couple of minutes, at least. A server briefly attended to Sanders and her family at the Red Hen until the owner recognized Sanders and had the lot thrown out, CBS News reports. "I just served Sarah...

Mexican soccer fans and pride marchers mingle in…

Soccer fans have converged on Mexico's Angel of Independence to celebrate the national team's second win in the World Cup

Wisconsin man headed to Arizona for new trial in son's death

A Wisconsin man will voluntarily return to Arizona to be re-tried on allegations he killed his son in 2004

Thousands march for 'people's vote' on Brexit

Demonstrators walked through London on the second anniversary of the Brexit vote.

'They're Permanently Separated.' President Trump…

President Donald Trump explicitly compared the tragedy of families whose relatives have been killed by undocumented immigrants to the family separations at the border.

Bill Gates Donates $4M for Gene-Altered…

Bill Gates latest effort to curb the spread of malaria involves genetically altered mosquitoes with a license to kill. Tony Spitz has the details.

The Latest: Florida congressional Democrats tour facility

An attorney in Texas has been trying to reunite parents at an immigration detention facility with their children after U.S. authorities separated them on the southwest border

Arkansas to evaluate river sinkhole where kayaker died

Arkansas has hired a consultant to evaluate a stretch of river where a kayaker was dragged to his death when a rare sinkhole created a whirlpool

Dow snaps losing streak, Nasdaq falls

The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed on Friday, but losses in the technology space kept the Nasdaq in check. Roselle Chen reports.

The Latest: Latino leaders oppose Census citizenship query

Latino elected officials from around the nation questioned the head of the U.S. Census Bureau in Phoenix on Saturday over the proposed addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 survey, which they strongly oppose

'People's Vote' Marchers Demand Final Say On…

The pro-EU protesters want Parliament to let the people vote on an exit deal.

Justices adopt digital-age privacy rules to track…

The Supreme Court says police generally need a search warrant if they want to track criminal suspects' movements by collecting information about where they've used their cellphones

Anthony Bourdain's Toxicology Report Reveals One…

With French police calling Anthony Bourdain's death a suicide , only one investigative question remained: What substances were in his body? The answer: none, save a therapeutic dose of nonnarcotic medicine, a French prosecutor tells the New York Times . The late celebrity chef, 61, had talked openly about his past substance...

Arguments Erupt Over Immigration at the White…

The White House has seen arguments erupt since President Trump signed an executive order to keep migrant families together at the US border, the New York Times reports. Sources say the quarrels began Thursday night and resumed Friday when Kevin McAleenan, who heads Customs and Border Protection, asked how his...

Major New York-area traffic bottleneck about to…

An estimated two-and-a-half-year rehabilitation project figures to play havoc with the already congested approach to the Lincoln Tunnel into New York

IS demands release of Iraq women prisoners in hostage video

The Islamic State group has released a hostage video demanding the release of all Sunni women prisoners from Iraqi jails

Lawsuits allege racial profiling in Portland-area businesses

An Oregon law firm has filed five lawsuits alleging racial profiling and discrimination at Portland-area businesses.