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In Texas, Officials Are Reporting A Surge In Migrants At The Southern Border This Week

Texas officials say they are seeing a "historic surge" in migration along the southern border. Thousands of new arrivals from Haiti are straining an already overstretched effort to deal with them.
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Kadarius Toney’s composure will be put to test by Jalen Ramsey
There are parts of the game every NFL rookie must work on. There are edges to be smoothed to extract the full amount of talent.
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Bill Clinton to remain in hospital overnight for treatment of infection
Mr. Clinton was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday evening to receive treatment for a non-COVID-related infection.
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Bill Clinton improving but must stay in hospital overnight amid infection
Former President Bill Clinton's condition is improving, but he will remain in a California hospital until at least Saturday, after a urological infection sidelined him for most of the week, according to a rep.
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Socialites gather to raise money at Central Park luncheon
The ladies who lunch raised $400,000.
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Game On: Doctor Who, Hot Wheels and Tetris
New games out now let you play as The Doctor, race Hot Wheels cars and play 'Tetris' with friends. Rick Damigella reports
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U.K. parliament member fatally stabbed
British lawmaker Sir David Amess died after being stabbed multiple times while meeting with constituents. Charlie D'Agata has more.
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The Post says: Welcome to reality (sort of), Joe
In a belated concession to reality, President Joe Biden admitted Friday, “We’re probably not going to get $3.5 trillion this year” for Sen. Bernie Sanders’ turn-America-socialist bill, suggesting that free community college was one item that could get dropped. Duh. That’s been obvious for a week or more; the live question is whether the White...
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'Reminiscent of Jan. 6': Violent protesters arrested after storming Interior Department, injuring officers
Dozens of activists protesting fossil fuel projects were arrested Thursday after they staged a sit-in at the Interior Department, a move which led to “multiple injuries" and one officer being taken to a hospital.
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Rikers Death Pushes Toll in N.Y.C. Jails to 13 This Year
The man who died contracted the coronavirus while awaiting trial on weapons charges after being unable to post $100,000 bail, his lawyer said.
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California Woman Sues Amazon for Not Stopping Scammers After Losing $3k in Gift Cards
"If there's any way that Amazon could have avoided the harm to Amy and those like her, they have a duty to do so," the woman's attorney said.
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Retired FBI boss finds new career driving a school bus
Mike Mason's community was short school bus drivers. So the retired FBI boss stepped up. Steve Hartman shares his story in "On the Road."
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Wreckage of legendary military ship found
"The wreck of a legendary military ship has been found off the coast of Boston, the Coast Guard said. The ship, named the U.S. Revenue Cutter Bear, has been missing since it sank in 1963."
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Bill and Melinda Gates spotted together for first time since divorce
Bill and Melinda Gates were seen together Friday on the eve of their daughter Jennifer's wedding, marking the first time they were spotted together since their August divorce.
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British Conservative politician's stabbing death declared a 'terrorist incident'
The fatal stabbing of a British politician is being declared a terrorist incident and will be investigated as such, authorities said.
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Instacart Workers Prepare to Strike, Call Company 'a Sweat Factory' That 'Doesn't Care'
The Gig Workers Collective is working on bringing back incentives Instacart has dropped, like the commission pay model and a 10 percent default tip.
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Justice Department to ask Supreme Court to block Texas abortion law
The Biden administration plans to ask the Supreme Court to block a controversial abortion law in Texas after a federal appeals court let the law stand.
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Testimony at Lev Parnas Trial Offers Peek at His Place in Trump’s Orbit
Among other things, Adam Laxalt, a U.S. Senate candidate in Nevada, described his suspicions about a donation to his run for governor in 2018.
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Deadly protests erupt in Lebanon
Violence broke out in Lebanon over the investigation into a massive explosion at a Beirut port that killed more than 200 people last year. The violent protests left at least seven dead and dozens injured. Holly Williams reports.
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Opinion: Time for Tua Tagovailoa to show Dolphins, and the world, that he is truly QB1
In his return, Tua Tagovailoa needs to inspire confidence and instill the belief that he is the man who can change the course of the Dolphins' season.       
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Explaining the check-swing blown call that felled the Giants and delighted the Dodgers
A check swing is unlike any other call in baseball. It isn't defined in the rule book, is often deferred from one umpire to another, and can't be reviewed.
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Cage the Elephant frontman explains his new ‘biometric’ stage look
Matt Schultz's new gleaming suit has a technological purpose.
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U.K. parliament member fatally stabbed
British lawmaker Sir David Amess died after being stabbed multiple times while meeting with constituents. Charlie D'Agata has more.
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Virginia board member resigns amid handling of sex assault claims
A Virginia school superintendent apologized and a board member resigned on Friday as the suburban district faces fiery backlash over its handling of sexual assault claims at two high schools. Loudoun County School Superintendent Scott Ziegler had denied at a June meeting that there were any records of incidents in any schools’ restrooms despite a...
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Iran Warns Against 'Divisive Schemes' in Afghanistan as ISIS Wages War Across Ethnic Lines
Iran said it's "confident that our Muslim brothers and sisters in Afghanistan will foil the divisive schemes of their enemies through solidarity."
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Biden’s inflation games will do lasting damage, especially to the elderly and poor
President Joe Biden’s double down on social spending and alternative energy is hurting Americans with gripling inflation -- an effect that could last for decades like in the 1970s, David Harsanyi writes.
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'Words matter': Psaki on watchdog complaint against her
White House press secretary Jen Psaki responds to a Hatch Act complaint from Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, alleging that she appeared to endorse a candidate in the Virginia gubernatorial race during a White House press briefing.
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'Defund the police' advocate Cori Bush drops another $65,000 into private security services
The new payments follow the nearly $70,000 Bush had spent on private security during the second quarter
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Legal Aid lawyers attack a solid move to reduce the Rikers chaos
Gov. Kathy Hochul offered another helping hand on the Rikers crisis, agreeing to move more than 200 women and transgender detainees out of the island’s jails to state prisons in Westchester. Many of the inmates are overjoyed — but the Legal Aid lawyers who supposedly represent them are furious because they’ll accept nothing less than...
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Chicago faces COVID vaccine showdown with police union
Chicago police officers are resisting COVID-19 vaccine mandates, potentially leaving their departments under-staffed as crime increases. Charlie De Mar takes a look.
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Biden says DOJ should prosecute those who defy January 6 committee subpoenas
President Joe Biden on Friday said those who refuse subpoenas from the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection should be prosecuted by the Justice Department.
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Russell Wilson’s IR stint ends his streak of Seahawks starts
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Russell Wilson will go on IR as he recovers from surgery on his right middle finger.
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Jussie Smollett criminal trial to move forward after judge denies to dismiss case
An attorney for the former “Empire” actor said Smollett's rights were being violated since he had already performed community service and given up a $10,000 bond under a previous deal with Cook County prosecutors to drop charges.
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As the race for Virginia governor tightens, candidates are putting their focus on the critical Latino vote
CNN's Boris Sanchez reports.
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U-Md. students protest development that would trade trees for graduate housing
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'First in, last out': North Carolina community welcomes Afghan translator who served the 82nd Airborne
One of the 82nd Airborne's translators, Zabiullah R. affectionately known by the troops as Johnny, arrived with his family at his new home in rural North Carolina.
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Key to Biden’s Climate Agenda Likely to Be Cut Because of Manchin Opposition
The West Virginia Democrat told the White House he is firmly against a clean electricity program that is the muscle behind the president’s plan to battle climate change.
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Boeing Faces Employee Protest Over Vaccine Mandates Amid Claims of Workplace Culture Issues
A local reporter said the crowd outside Boeing's facility in Everett, Washington seemed to be a mix of employees and individuals with anti-vaccine sentiments.
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Alice Cooper says he picked up this surprising new skill during COVID lockdown: 'You miss that adrenaline'
Alice Cooper is playing a number of live shows until November.
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There’s a sex toy for ‘Succession’ fans who are hot for cousin Greg
"Succession" fans now have another way to become even more obsessed with the HBO show, which returns for Season 3 on Sunday, Oct. 17.
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Maryland teacher who sexually abused two students sentenced to 8 years
Maxwell Bero, of Montgomery County, also had run for Congress.
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This retired FBI boss who became a school bus driver amid shortage
Mike Mason wanted to be useful in retirement, so he applied to be a school bus driver to help alleviate a shortage.
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Capitol officer charged with obstructing riot probe
A Capitol Police officer has been arrested and charged with obstructing the investigation into the January 6 riot. Michael Riley is accused of tipping off a protester, allegedly telling them to remove photos and videos from social media.
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Brian Laundrie manhunt: Chris Laundrie installs apparent doorbell camera
Chris Laundrie, father of fugitive Brian Laundrie, on Friday installed a new doorbell camera as the FBI and law enforcement officials continue to search for his son.
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Parkland shooter to plead guilty to 17 murders
Former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Nikolas Cruz intends to plead guilty to 17 counts of murder. Three faculty members and 14 students were killed in the 2018 mass school shooting. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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California adds Pacific leatherback sea turtle to its endangered species list
Scientists say 1,000-pound leatherback sea turtles have declined by about 5.6% in California each year for the last three decades.
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New video shows first protesters to breach Capitol on January 6
The Justice Department released new video that they say captures one of the first successful breaches of the Capitol building on January 6.
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Paris Hilton will have wedding reception at grandfather’s estate on Nov. 11
The estate was sold to former Google CEO Eric Schmidt in May for $61.5 million. Sources told us Hilton will also have a carnival-themed party at Santa Monica Pier.
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Pete Buttigieg Joins the Parental Leave Debate: ‘This Is Work.’
“It’s one thing to believe something as a matter of policy,” Mr. Buttigieg said about taking paid time off. “It’s another to live it and see how much of a difference it could make.”
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