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Colombia conflict: Seized Dutch journalists still held

ELN rebels deny earlier reports that the two journalists abducted last weekend have now been freed.

Washington Post /
The ‘Trump effect’ has slowed illegal U.S. border crossings. But for how long?

Apprehensions by the Border Patrol have fallen sharply this year.

Washington Post /
New scandal erupts that threatens to force out Brazilian President Temer

A Brazilian newspaper said Temer was secretly recorded supporting bribery.

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Venezuelan protester shot at point-blank range

His name was David José Vallenilla. At 22, he became the latest of at least 75 fatalities tied to civil unrest in the streets of Venezuela, a country ...

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Police find hidden trove of Nazi artifacts

A massive trove of Nazi-era artifacts were found in a secret room in a Buenos Aires suburb.

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Explosion kills 3 at a mall in Colombia

An explosion that killed three people at a shopping mall in Colombia was a "cowardly terrorist act," the city's mayor says.

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Trump AWOL on Stopping Next Russian Election Hack

Despite warnings, the Trump administration has done little to stop the next Russian hack, according to intelligence officials, experts and state officials.

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Ray Tensing Trial: Mistrial Declared for a Second Time

A judge has declared a mistrial in the case against a University of Cincinnati police officer charged with the 2015 shooting of an unarmed black driver.

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Thunderbirds Jet Flips Over on Landing in Ohio

A Thunderbirds F-16 jet ran off a runway and flipped over upon landing in Ohio, as the team practiced for an air show. There were no life-threatening injuries.

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This Loophole Fails to Protect Rape Victims in N. Carolina

The longstanding legal loophole — the only of its kind in the nation — could be revoked if state lawmakers pass a bill before the legislative session ...

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20 of the world's most underrated restaurants

Even with influential guides navigating foodies to elite restaurants around the planet, great eateries continue to fly beneath the radar. So how do ...

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The Saturday Profile: The Man Who Helped Turn Toronto Into a High-Tech Hotbed

Geoffrey Hinton, a scientist at the heart of artificial intelligence’s recent breakthroughs, has helped make Toronto a leading research location.

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Automakers Fight Weaker Sales by Cutting Shifts, Laying Off Workers

Despite other signs of a relatively healthy economy, automakers have been scheduling production cuts faster than at any time since the Great Recession.

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Michael Brown's Family Received $1.5 Million Settlement

The city attorney in Ferguson, Missouri, says the city's insurance company paid $1.5 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of Michael Brown.

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They Fled North Korea for a London Suburb, but Are Paying a Heavy Price

The London suburb of New Malden has become an improbable home to hundreds of North Korean defectors — earning it the nickname "Little Pyongyang."

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Teen Fatally Shot by Police Who Were Aiming at Attacking Pit Bull

The 17-year-old, who had helped to restrain the dog after the first bite, died at a hospital an hour later.

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Gabe Pressman, Legendary NBC New York Reporter, Dead at 93

NBC 4 New York senior correspondent Gabe Pressman, a New York icon and pioneering reporter whose local broadcast career spanned more than six ...

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Trump Calls Special Prosecutor's Friendship With Comey 'Bothersome'

President Donald Trump said he's concerned over the friendship between former FBI Director James Comey, whom he fired in May, and special counsel Robert Mueller.

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O: Canada’s Edgy 150th Birthday Rebranding

Launching July 1

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Can Attacks Be Stopped in Airport Public Areas?

The TSA is working to provide better security in the public spaces used by America's airports, but experts say the solution to stopping attacks isn't simple.

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Young protester shot in the chest at point blank range

A 22-year-old protester died after being shot three times in the chest by a national guard at point blank range in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Walking Dogs Has Been Banned by Militant Group Hamas

The militant group that runs the Gaza Strip has decreed dogs can't be walked in markets, roads and along beaches, making life hard for canines and ...

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Neighbors Order Qatar to Shut Al-Jazeera and Ax Ties With Iran

Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain broke ties with Qatar this month over allegations the Persian Gulf country funds terrorism.

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Coal Company CEO Sues HBO, John Oliver for Defamation

The CEO of Murray Energy Corporation is suing John Oliver and HBO for defamation over an unflattering "Last Week Tonight" segment about the coal ...

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Video Shows Minnesota Police Beating Driver

The Minnesota branch of the ACLU on Thursday released a police dashcam video showing what they termed "a textbook case of excessive force" and called for an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the 2016 arrest.

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'Angel of Death' Nurse Indicted on More Child-Killing Charges

Genene Jones, who's already serving 99 years in a Texas prison, has been indicted in the deaths of two more infants and is suspected in dozens more.

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United States suspends all Brazilian meat imports

The US Department of Agriculture says it has recurring concerns about the safety of Brazilian meat.

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