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North Korea agreed to send home U.S. war remains during the June 12 summit between Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump.
In 40 years, an immigration advocate says, he's not seen border officers keep asylum seekers from making asylum claims at ports of entry — until now.
The U.S. has spent more money reconstructing Afghanistan than it did rebuilding Europe after World War II.
I did not anticipate loving myself as much at this age without "help," but I know now the joy in having earned my face.
The draft began with two predictable top picks from the Buffalo Sabres and Carolina Hurricanes. The drama escalated once the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators came into the mix.
"This crash would not have occurred if Vasquez would have been monitoring the vehicle and roadway conditions and was not distracted," a police report says.
In a memo to staff, the streaming service's CEO Reed Hastings described two incidents where Friedland used the racial slur.
Honduran migrant Iris Yolany Eufragio-Mancia doesn't know if she will see her son, Ederson, before she is deported.
Martin Luther King Jr. cried when he visited Marks, Mississippi, in 1968. If he were alive today, "he may very well still be weeping," one official says.
Police will now have to get warrants for most cellphone location data requests, marking a shift in the future of digital rights.
"The coach explained I looked 'skinny-fat' and I needed to work on this if I wanted to continue dancing in the games," Angelina Rosa said.
Analysis: President Donald Trump loves the politics of the immigration debate — which is why he doesn't really want to solve it.
NBC's Stephanie Ruhle explores the immediate strategies you can take to live a happier, more fulfilling life.
Countries in the eastern Mediterranean are increasingly vulnerable to drought as the changing climate brings higher temperatures and less precipitation.
"We want to live a dignified life but we are losing hope," one demonstrator who was shot by Israeli troops told NBC News.