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Morgan led the Border Patrol during the final months of the Obama administration, but he has emerged as a vocal supporter of the president's immigration policies.
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Violence between the countries stretches into a third day amid mounting casualties and fatalities, with no immediate end in sight. Three Israeli men and nine Palestinians have been killed thus far.
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Taking time each day to note positive moments and personal strengths; mindful breathing and reaching out in kindness are all part of program that reduces anxiety and depression. But it takes practice.
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Three years ago, the aquarium decided it would find a sanctuary in the wild for its prized pod of dolphins. But then climate change complicated the plan entirely.
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The seafood industry has some well-publicized problems: from overfishing to contaminants that make their way into fish. Now, a handful of startups aim to offer a "clean" alternative grown from cells.
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In many countries, midwives get little respect. Selamawit Lake Fenta of Ethiopia tells why she is proud of her profession — and how she's advancing rights for midwives.
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Maximum Security, the favorite, outpaced the competition on the muddy track and appeared to have won. But the horse was disqualified after a tense objection period.
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Evans had been placed in a medically-induced coma after a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics. She was known for her progressive writings about Christianity and her own faith journey.
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Two people are still missing and presumed dead after the blast, which occurred Friday night at a silicon manufacturing plant north of Chicago, officials say.
Many jails and prisons refuse to offer medication for opioid addiction, even to inmates who had been in treatment before incarceration. A recent ruling in a federal court says that's not acceptable.
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Mosques around the U.S. are taking security seriously in the aftermath of the New Zealand massacres and other attacks on houses of worship.
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A grassroots drive to preserve a historic building in downtown Atlanta is highlighting the city's somewhat forgotten role in early country music.
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This week, Minnesota's Gov. Tim Walz signed a bill removing protections for individuals who rape their spouses. About a dozen states still shield spouses from prosecution in sexual assault cases.
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