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Approximately 3,000 migrants from nearly a dozen Latin American countries are making their way toward the U.S. southern border, motivated by the possibility of policy changes if Donald Trump wins the upcoming presidential election. The migrants began their journey in Ciudad Hidalgo, near Mexico's southern border, seeking to claim asylum in the U.S. before any new policies might tighten border control.

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Migrant caravan heads to US border fearing Trump immigration policies

Russia said its warplanes intercepted two U.S. bombers near its border over the Barents Sea in the Arctic.

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Russia claims warplanes intercepted 2 US bombers in the Arctic

Amid a lawsuit, Louisiana has agreed to delay the implementation of law that requires the Ten Commandments to be displayed in every classroom.

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Ten Commandments law in Louisiana schools put on hold amid legal challenge

Twin sisters Annie and Kerry Xu are swinging for success on the badminton court at the Olympics as SAN is Racing Toward Paris.

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Twin sisters swinging for success on Olympic badminton court: Racing Toward Paris

Delta Air Lines canceled over 4,500 flights since the cybersecurity outage. Transportation Secretary Buttigieg demands customer assistance.

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More flights canceled as Delta struggles after global tech outage

Reactions are coming in from both sides of the aisle after President Biden dropped out of the 2024 race and endorsed Vice President Harris.

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Presidential race shaken up as Biden ends 2024 campaign, endorses Harris

Scientists say that universal flu vaccine may be available within the next five years, according to new research.

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One-time flu shot may offer a lifetime of protection in next five years: Study

Corey Comperatore, the man shot and killed while shielding his family at a Trump rally, was honored at a funeral Friday.

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Funeral held for Corey Comperatore, volunteer firefighter killed at Trump rally

The U.S. Treasury Department is warning Congress certain "anti-woke" state laws could be putting national security at risk. Here's how.

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Treasury warns ‘anti-woke’ laws endanger national security

The United States Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against the nation's largest housing provider for migrant children that alleges widespread sexual abuse at its facilities.

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DOJ details child sexual abuse at US’ largest migrant housing provider

A new FDA study has found bacterial contamination in tattoo and permanent makeup inks.

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Bacteria found in tattoo and permanent makeup inks: FDA

Global tech outage disrupted airlines and businesses worldwide due to a CrowdStrike update, affecting Microsoft Windows systems.

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Major tech outage for Microsoft users affects airlines, businesses around the world

Netflix is ending its cheapest ad-free plan, requiring current users to switch. Ad-supported plan now the lowest at $6.99/month.

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Netflix getting rid of lowest-priced ad-free plan

"You'll never hear it from me a second time." Former President Trump recounted assassination attempt while accepting GOP nomination.

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Trump accepts GOP’s nomination, recounts assassination attempt

An extremely rare orange lobster was found at Red Lobster in Pueblo, Colorado. Fortunately, it didn't end up as someone's meal.

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1-in-30-million orange lobster found at Red Lobster in Colorado

NASA announced that it has scrapped plans to put a rover on the moon to look for ice deposits, citing budget constraints and launch failures.

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NASA cancels moon rover mission after spending $450 million on development

The leader of an alleged neo-Nazi group was arrested for plotting to poison Jewish and minority children in New York City on New Year's Eve.

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Alleged Neo-Nazi cult leader arrested for plot to poison Jewish, minority children

A new study shows women's health depends on where they live.

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Women’s risk of death higher depending on their state: Study

Recent developments in the DNC suggest that Biden could clinch the nomination by the end of July through a "virtual roll call" process.

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DNC delays virtual roll call vote to nominate Biden until August

GOP leaders call for the Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle's resignation after the Trump assassination attempt.

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Secret Service director agrees to testify before Congress

J.D. Vance introduced himself to the world Wednesday, July 17, at the RNC, officially accepting the vice presidential nomination.

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JD Vance accepts GOP’s nomination for vice president

New reports indicate Thomas Matthew Crooks' parents called police before the attempted assassination of former President Trump.

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Parents of Trump shooting suspect called police before shooting: Report

A second man charged in connection with two substation attacks in Oregon has pleaded not guilty to the federal charges.

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Second man charged in 2022 Oregon substation attack pleads not guilty

CA passes a law, preventing public school employees from disclosing a student’s gender identity or sexual orientation to parents.

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New CA child gender identity law sparks backlash and legal battles