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WHAT'S HAPPENING: Trump to discuss border amid outrage
SFGATE 1 hour ago
Calls are mounting on Capitol Hill for the Trump administration to end the separation of families at the southern border ahead of a visit from President Donald Trump to discuss legislation. Both Democrats and some Republicans are now calling for an end to the practice at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Get Ready, America. Trade War's Coming for Your Hip Pocket
Bloomberg.comcached 1 hour ago
In other words, Lighthizer has been ensuring that his trade armies forage on the enemy. China, with only $155 billion or so of imports from the U.S., simply doesn't have enough trade to respond in kind.

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XXXTentacion: The nasty, brutish and short life of the chart-topping rapper killed Monday
The Washington Postcached 2 hours ago
The rapper has said his parents were Jamaican. “I chased her,” the rapper said in his No Jumper sit-down.

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Merkel Will Ride Out This Crisis, Too
Bloomberg.comcached 2 hours ago
He would clearly prefer a different leader than Merkel, but her party has rallied behind her. Merkel would have no problem limiting the growing influx of people who are migrating for economic reasons.

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Michael B. Jordan Burns Roseanne at MTV Awards
Newsercached 5 hours ago
(Newser) - Michael B. Jordan picked up the Best Villain prize at the MTV Movie and TV Awards, but he joked that it could have gone to someone more villainous than Black Panther bad guy Erik Killmonger: Roseanne Barr. 'I thought for sure Roseanne had that in the bag.'.

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IBM pits computer against human debaters
SFGATEcached 1 hour ago
IBM on Monday will pit a computer against two human debaters in the first public demonstration of artificial intelligence technology it's been working on for more than five years. Dr. Ranit Aharonov, manager, left, and Dr. Noam Slonim, right, principal investigator, right, pose for a photo in front of the IBM Project Debater before a debate between the computer and two human debaters Monday, June 18, 2018, in San Francisco.

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Honduras, El Salvador decry U.S. border separations impact on kids
Reuterscached 7 hours ago
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Honduras called on Monday for the United States to stop separating immigrant children from their parents at the U.S. border, while El Salvador warned that the policy puts children's health at risk and could cause psychosocial scars. Trump administration officials have defended the policy as a way to secure the border and deter illegal immigrants.

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Why Trump is digging in on separating families at the border
CNNcached 1 hour ago
"Separating parents from children is not a policy that we want to pursue. Among those reports Monday came one of the most haunting moments to come thus far in the immigration debate with the release of ProPublica audio recorded last week inside a US Customs and Border Protection detention facility, where children separated from their parents can be heard sobbing.

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Aaron Altherr saves Phillies with game-winning hit in 10th inning
Philly.comcached 2 hours ago
Until the ninth inning, the story was starter Nick Pivetta. “It just shows how resilient we are as a team,” Altherr said.

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Inside the Trump-Kim summit: What it really means
McClatchy Washington Bureaucached 3 hours ago
Clearly, the Trump-Kim nuclear-weapons summit had all the elements to make it historic, must-see TV - the first meeting of its kind ever, big stakes involving weapons of mass destruction, an exotic foreign locale and an outcome no one could know. As executive producer of his latest reality TV show, President Trump knew all this.

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The extraordinary unpopularity of Trump's family separation policy (in one graph)
The Washington Postcached 2 hours ago
The family separation plan is also less popular than other Trump initiatives on immigration. The average of these polls suggests that only 25 percent of Americans support this separation policy.

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US suspends South Korea joint "war games" planning for August Ulchi Freedom Guardian military exercise
CBS News Logo 3 hours ago
SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korea on Tuesday presented a united front with the United States on a decision to call off a major military drill, one week after President Donald Trump's surprise announcement that he would suspend such exercises with the longtime Asian ally. The other major U.S. military exercises with South Korea - Key Resolve and Foal Eagle - took place earlier this spring.

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Naples is growing fast. This newsletter will keep you well-informed.
Naples Daily News 2 hours ago
Stay informed with our new Breaking Ground newsletter. The newsletter will be delivered weekly to your inbox Thursday mornings.

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Nationals vs. Orioles series preview: Jefry Rodriguez will start the opener
The Washington Postcached 2 hours ago
The Nationals swept three games from the Orioles at Camden Yards in late May. This series will also mark the start of Kelvin Herrera's Nationals tenure.

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Senate Set to Block White House on Reviving Trade Deal with ZTE
prensariotiretail.comcached 5 hours ago
Hong Kong-listed shares in ZTE plunged around 25 percent on Tuesday. The US senate has voted to reinstate a ban on China's ZTE, despite President Donald Trump's attempts to lift sanctions on the telecommunications company.

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Live updates: Day Three at the 2018 College World Series
omaha.comcached 4 hours ago
Our team of reporters and photographers will be at the ballpark to share in-game updates, videos and photos. Check out the live updates below, and go to Omaha.com/cws for all of our CWS coverage.

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California couple raises over $3 million on Facebook to reunite immigrant families separated at the border
CNNcached 1 hour ago
The Willners originally started their fund-raising campaign named "Reunite an immigrant parent with their child" on Saturday morning with the goal of $1,500. In less than three days, a California couple has raised over $3 million -- and counting -- through Facebook to help reunite undocumented families that have been separated at the border.

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7 Stocks To Watch For June 19, 2018
Benzinga 3 hours ago
FedEx shares fell 0.03 percent to $263.60 in after-hours trading. Tellurian shares dropped 4.41 percent to $10.40 in the after-hours trading session.

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Traffic report: South Orange Blossom Trail reopens after fatal crash
Orlando Sentinel 1 hour ago
Check back for updates on Central Florida traffic. South Orange Blossom Trail at 36th Street in Orlando has reopened after a fatal crash early Tuesday morning, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

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DOJ Says Ex-CIA Worker Stole, Leaked Classified Docs
Law360cached 9 hours ago
Law360 (June 18, 2018, 11:02 PM EDT) -- The government on Monday accused a former CIA employee of leaking classified national defense information to an outside organization that reports show was WikiLeaks, which had touted the leak as the largest-ever publication of confidential CIA documents. Joshua Schulte, who had already been detained on charges related to alleged possession, receipt and transmission of child pornography, was hit with a superseding indictment accusing him of handing over government secrets to “an organization that purports to publicly disseminate classified, sensitive, and confidential information,” prosecutors said.

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A Charleston slave wrote down his story. We finally know his real name
Post and Courier 1 hour ago
Almost no one knows the real story of Sam Aleckson, a Charleston slave born into bondage, even though he wrote it all down. Yet Aleckson knew his story held historical weight.

An Alternative To Foster Care For Babies Born To Opioid-Addicted Moms
WJCT NEWScached 1 hour ago
Jaxton had to spend his first weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit at Reading Hospital. Kelly tried to shut out those feelings, and when she was 18, a boyfriend offered her an opioid painkiller - Percocet.



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