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"We want to live a dignified life but we are losing hope," one demonstrator who was shot by Israeli troops told NBC News.
Deandre Ayton is a lock to land in Phoenix with the No. 1 pick, says Kurt Helin, but the subsequent picks in tonight's NBA Draft could be surprising.
The last elected leader to have a baby while holding office was the late Benazir Bhutto, who was prime minister of Pakistan when she gave birth in 1990.
The National Park Service has approved an application for the group behind the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville to host a one-year anniversary rally.
Four Republican senators say a $4 million program to boost climate reporting by meteorologists is not science, but "propagandizing."
The lawyers will be appointed as full-time special assistant U.S. attorneys for as long as six months.
The head of the local prison guard union says there have also been cases of scabies at the Southern California facility.
Iranian women flock to a Tehran sports stadium to watch a screening of a World Cup match between Iran and Spain. Iran lost, but that didn't seem to matter.
"We're going to keep families together," Trump said. "But the border's going to be just as tough as it's been."
"If my country would be OK ... I would not try to cross," said a mother from Honduras hoping to cross the U.S. border with her 7-year-old son.
After a biking accident landed him in a wheelchair, a Minnesota physician says he's now a better doctor
OWN tackles polarizing political perspectives other larger networks often avoid.
After Mike Jones spun out of control and crashed during a race at Virginia's South Boston Speedway, his father jumped over the pit wall and rushed to save his son from the burning wreckage.
The contracts highlight how technology companies are putting their innovations to work with the U.S. government in ways that are often not visible to the public.
Approximately 600 people showed up for the first pride event held at one of the world's largest refugee camps.
At the current rate, family detention centers could be full after only eight days. And there are no plans to reunite those families that have already been separated.
At the current rate, family detention centers could be full after only eight days.
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Government officials familiar with early drafts say the executive order would allow families to be held in immigration detention together.
Analysis: For a president who loves to dig in when he's criticized, a stunning about-face.