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Overcrowding, abuse seen at Mexico migrant detention center


Meghan and Harry release Father's Day photo of baby Archie


Mexico: Security lax at 68 border crossings, vows to tighten


Tankers targeted near Strait of Hormuz amid Iran-US tensions


Trump says he’d ‘want to hear’ foreign dirt on 2020 rivals


Congress told Russia 2016 election moves typical 'spycraft'


Trump says he's sending 1,000 more US troops to ally Poland


Japan premier warns US, Iran 'accidental conflict' possible


Kim Jong-un’s half-brother was CIA informant, report says


US resident released from Iran custody says it eases tension


US submits extradition request for WikiLeaks founder Assange


Stern words from Iran: US cannot 'expect to stay safe'


Ex-Boston slugger David Ortiz shot at Dominican Republic bar


US-Mexico deal offers few new solutions but political victory for Trump


US hits Iran with new sanctions; petrochemicals targeted


Undone by Brexit, May steps down as Conservative leader


How Trump tariffs on China and Mexico could hurt US economy


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After being forced into a closet, an 11-year-old grabbed a machete and swung at the intruder, striking him in the head.

Bill Cosby says he is still 'America's Dad' in Father Day's tweet

Cosby is now in prison in Pennsylvania for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in 2004.

Six shot, one fatally, at Philadelphia graduation party

"What you've got to get at is the hearts and minds of people who want to pull out a gun and fire at a group of 60 people," the police commissioner said.

Phoenix chief says police response to incident with 4-year-old is 'unacceptable'

“What we saw in that video isn’t in keeping with good policing,” Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams told NBC affiliate KPNX.

Potentially deadly infection impacting farmworkers, worrying researchers

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