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- National Journal (10 hours ago)
When Texas Gov. Rick Perry this week announced he was sending 1,000 National Guard troops to his state's border with Mexico to deal with the child-migrant crisis, critics—including the White House—dismissed it as a political stunt.
- Hotpage.info (18 hours ago)
- Fox News (9 hours ago)
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama is summoning Central American leaders to the White House to discuss the influx of young immigrants from their countries to the U.S., hoping to show presidential action even as Congress
- BBC (10 hours ago)
There are no survivors from the Air Algerie AH5017 passenger jet that crashed in Mali, says the French President, Francois Hollande.
- NBC News (34 minutes ago)
Two children are dead and three other people are in critical condition after carjackers ran down a group of people in North Philadelphia, police say.
- Washington Times (36 minutes ago)
- Time (5 hours ago)
Pope Francis has long been rumored to attend the World Meeting of Families in the U.S. next September, and now Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput says Pope Francis has accepted his invitation to join the gathering,
- Daily Beast (5 hours ago)
Today the U.S. government claimed the Russian military is firing artillery into Ukraine and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs said it reminds him of Russia’s invasion of Poland in 1939.
- CBS News (5 hours ago)
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan ridiculed Israel’s ground invasion of Gaza, accusing the Israeli government of “barbarism that surpasses Hitler.”
- CNBC (6 hours ago)
- CBS News (7 hours ago)
A suspect is arrested after taunting Anne Arundel County Police on social media.
- Washington Post (7 hours ago)
Months before Gilead Sciences’ breakthrough hepatitis C treatment hit the market, Oregon Medicaid official Tom Burns started worrying about how the state could afford to cover every enrollee infected with the disease.
- CBS News (7 hours ago)
Seattle police say an Amazon employee flew a drone up around the top of the Space Needle where some eyewitness claim it crashed into a window.
- Breitbart (7 hours ago)
New York officials are expecting to receive at least another 7,000 illegal immigrant children who have been detained in the next months.
- The Independent (8 hours ago)
You had such good intentions for when you got home from work: go to the gym, call a friend and sort out that paperwork.
- LA Times (9 hours ago)
A new study suggests that scientists must reexamine records that show increases in Antarctic sea ice since 1979. Researchers found that something
- New York Times (9 hours ago)
Hoping to stem the recent surge of migrants at the Southwest border, the Obama administration is considering whether to allow hundreds of minors and young adults from Honduras into the United States without making the dangerous trek through Mexico, according to a draft of the proposal.
- USA Today (9 hours ago)
- NBC News (9 hours ago)
An Alabama man who went in to a hospital for a circumcision awoke after surgery to find his penis had been amputated, his lawyer said on Thursday. Johnny Lee Banks Jr., 56, said in a lawsuit filed
- NBC News (9 hours ago)
The U.S. military’s top commander, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey, warned Thursday night that with the Russian military’s artillery assault on Ukrainian forces this week, President Vladimir Putin “may actually light a fire” he cannot control.
- CNN (9 hours ago)
Washington (CNN) -- To prove she wasn't just an opportunist hoping to use a U.S. Senate seat in New York as a ticket to bigger things, then-first lady Hillary Clinton tried to show voters that she cared about their values and views -- she listened.
- Washington Post (9 hours ago)
The recent efforts of Manassas police and Prince William Countyprosecutors to photograph the erect genitalia of a 17-year-old boy for evidence in a “sexting” case has revived a debate in Virginia over whether such conduct between minors should be illegal at all.
- Politico (10 hours ago)
Senate Democrats went into full-fledged damage control Thursday to protect embattled Montana Sen. John Walsh, a day after plagiarism revelations that imperil his election hopes this fall.
- The Hill (10 hours ago)
House Republicans are growing anxious about leaving town for the August recess without passing a border bill.
- AFP (10 hours ago)
Tehran's chief justice Gholamhossein Esmaili on Friday confirmed the arrest of Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian and his wife, also a journalist, the official IRNA news agency reported.
- Daily Mail (10 hours ago)
One writer has come up with six reasons the career networking site is the best place to find dates - starting with the fact it's got 300million users.
- South China (10 hours ago)
McDonald’s China says it will carry on using scandal-hit meat supplier OSI Group on the mainland because “it is riskier to find another local supplier”.
- NY Post (17 hours ago)
A Brooklyn woman decapitated her mother-of-four neighbor as she begged for her life — and scattered the body parts across two Long Island counties, authorities said on Thursday.
- Telegraph (18 hours ago)
State Department warn the Kremlin may be furthering arming separtists as they say they have evidence Russia is firing artillery into Ukraine
- Daily Mail (18 hours ago)
A Pennsylvania doctor is being hailed a hero today after he seriously injured a patient who went on a shooting spree in his office. The shooter, identified as Richard Plotts, entered the unnamed psychiatrist's office,
- KWTX (19 hours ago)
A Wichita Falls street department worker was stung about 1,000 times Thursday when an aggressive swarm of bees attacked him as he mowed grass, and two co-workers who tried to help him were stung, too.
- Free Beacon (19 hours ago)
ASPEN, Colo.—Al Qaeda, nation states, and criminals are preparing for major cyber attacks against U.S. infrastructure that could be comparable to the devastating September 11 attacks on New
- KTLA (19 hours ago)
Eight families in San Clemente have been targeted in a disturbing pattern under investigation by authorities: porcelain dolls have been left at their homes resembling young girls who live there.
- Washington Post (19 hours ago)
Following in the footsteps of the record-setting cool air mass in mid-July, a second blast of air with polar origins will invade the eastern U.S. to close July. Like the original, the sequel will be glorious.
- Infowars (19 hours ago)
Police in Maryland have arrested six illegal immigrants, several of which are admitted MS-13 gang members, in connection with the death of a homeless man killed outside of a liquor store earlier this week.
- Politico (20 hours ago)
President Barack Obama plans to issue an executive order to develop privacy guidelines for commercial drones operating in U.S. airspace, POLITICO has learned.
- Gateway Pundit (20 hours ago)
- Bloomberg (23 hours ago)
- NY Post (23 hours ago)
Hotheaded actor Alec Baldwin appeared in court Thursday on a cycling summons, refusing to apologize for cursing out two female cops who didn’t recognize he was a star when they stopped him in May for riding the wrong way up Fifth Avenue.
- Fox News (24 hours ago)
While rockets and mortar fly through the sky in Gaza and southern Israel, the focus of the Jewish state's military is underground, on the warren of tunnels they say allow Hamas operatives to move freely in and out of the Palestinian territory committing acts of terror.
- TechCrunch (24 hours ago)
- Washington Post (24 hours ago)
It is unclear who detained Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian, his wife and two others, the paper says.
- Guardian (3:45pm - Jul 24)
Incident raises suspicion that US secretary of state was purposefully humiliated, weeks after 'snubbing' over al-Jazeera journalists
- NBC News (3:29pm - Jul 24)
A woman who witnesses said appeared to be in labor was prevented from crossing an LA street Wednesday afternoon because the road was closed for President Barack Obama’s motorcade.
- AZ Central (3:17pm - Jul 24)
The Maricopa County Department of Public Health has confirmed an East Valley man in his early 60s has died from West Nile virus, the first death this year from the illness.
- Orlando (3:17pm - Jul 24)
WEST MELBOURNE, Fla. -A man pulled over for speeding in Brevard County called 911 to report an impending "murder" in hopes of getting out of his ticket, according to police.