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Hopes for peace are hampered as talks come to an end in Ethiopia. The leaders of South Sudan's warring factions, Salva Kiir and Riek Machar, found little common ground.
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The number of people taken into custody at the southern U.S. border with Mexico has been decreasing since 2000. Economists say the reasons people choose to cross the border illegally are changing.
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In an effort to justify his get-tough policies at the southern border, President Trump met Friday with victims of crime committed by immigrants who entered the country illegally.
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The image has been tied to a border policy separating migrant families. But in this case, daughter and mother were detained together — and the White House says it's proof the controversy is overblown.
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A growing number of American children are losing out on Medicaid — and other programs — because their parents are undocumented immigrants and fear detainment and deportation.
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Drivers might be cheering OPEC's decision to increase oil production, but analysts say the extra supply isn't expected to drive gasoline prices down in time for summer vacation season.
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Residents of Dakar beat drums, danced and waved flags in the streets to celebrate their triumph over Poland this week. Next up: Japan on Sunday.
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Southwest Key has, for many years, operated shelters that house unaccompanied migrant children. The family separation policy shined a spotlight on that work — and raised uncomfortable questions.
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Tried as a juvenile in the 2002 slayings of 10 people, Lee Boyd Malvo got multiple life sentences without parole. Now, an appeals court has affirmed that several of the sentences must be tossed.
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In Raven Rock, Garrett Graff describes the bunkers designed to protect government leaders and the roles for various agencies in the event of catastrophe. Originally broadcast June 21, 2018.
A new theory claims that shared child care and food were the original secrets of our species' success.
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"I started crying when I saw him, because he is the only child I have," Beata Mariana de Jesus Mejia-Mejia said after meeting her son at the Baltimore-Washington International airport.
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The sharply divided justices ruled that police need a search warrant to obtain cellphone location data.
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On Sunday, voters will elect a president and parliament in snap elections called by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has amassed broad powers over the years. Here's a look at what's at stake.
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