Texas Migrant Detention Center Shuts Down Over Flu Outbreak Following Teenager’s Death

Customs and Border Protection says a “large number” of migrants have fallen ill a day after a teenager who’d been held at the center died.

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AG Barr blasts federal judges who impose nationwide injunctions

Attorney General William Barr blasted federal judges who have issued more than 37 nationwide injunctions during the Trump administration, more than in the entirety of the 20th century.

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Matt Bevin: Kentucky governor, endorsed by Trump, wins GOP primary

Bevin will face off against Kentucky Attorney General and Democratic candidate Andy Beshear in the fall

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Brexit news: Theresa May has “new” Brexit plan, but nobody’s buying it

Her attempts to woo the opposition — including a proposed vote on a second referendum — backfired with Brexiteers.

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Former Facebook security chief says it’s time for Mark Zuckerberg to step down as CEO

Facebook is facing criticism from yet another one of its former executives. As detailed by CNBC, former Facebook security chief Alex Stamos questioned the amount of power Mark Zuckerberg has accumu…

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Trump tells Congress to ratify trade deal before dealing with infrastructure

U.S. President Donald Trump told Democratic leaders on Tuesday to pass the United States-Mexico-Canada trade pact before working on an infrastructure bill, a sign that crumbling roads and bridges are unlikely to get significant federal funding for repairs thi…

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Monday floatplane crash victims identified - KRBD

The investigation into Monday’s fatal floatplane crash near Metlakatla on Annette Island has begun, and both victims have been identified.

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House Democrats Subpoena Former Trump Aide Hope Hicks

One of the president's closest aides is the latest to be told to come testify before Congress

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Don't bet on a Beto comeback

Now that Beto O'Rourke's star has faded in the 2020 Democratic nomination contest, I wouldn't bet on a comeback. In fact, I would be more surprised if the former congressman won a single state than if he dropped out of the race before Iowa.

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Many More Students, Especially the Affluent, Get Extra Time to Take the SAT

Responding to parent pleas, high schools are granting special test-taking accommodations to growing numbers. A Wall Street Journal analysis shows it happens far more often in wealthy areas.

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