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2 Wisconsin deaths attributed to storms

Wednesday  02:55,   20 june 2018

Authorities have attributed another death in Wisconsin to the storms that caused widespread flooding in the Upper Midwest. The Sawyer County Sheriff's Office says severe thunderstorms toppled a large oak tree onto a camper on Lake Chetac,[...]

New images of Texas detention facility released

Tuesday  10:31,   19 june 2018

Protesters gathered outside the facility Sunday where teens who entered the country without adults are being heldNew images from U.S. Health and Human Services show the newly opened detention facilities for immigrant minors in Tornillo,[...]

Origins of family separation issue stretch back many years

Tuesday  10:31,   19 june 2018

Thousands of children split from their families at the U.S. southern border are being held in government-run facilities. A look at how we got here, what's real and what's not, and what might happen next.HOW DID WE GET HERE? Tens of thousands [...]

Grieving family heartbroken when deceased student's picture left out of yearbook

Tuesday  10:30,   19 june 2018

A family in Minnesota received the last yearbook that 12-year-old Kaiden Kauffman would be pictured in but when they flipped through the pages heartbreak set in as they noticed there was no mention of him. Kaiden died in September, taking his own[...]

California couple raises over $3 million on Facebook to reunite immigrant families separated at the border

Tuesday  10:30,   19 june 2018

In less than three days, a California couple has raised over $3 million -- and counting -- on Facebook to help reunite undocumented families that were separated at the border.Charlotte and Dave Willner were inspired to start the campaign when they[...]

Listen to Children Who’ve Just Been Separated From Their Parents at the Border

Tuesday  01:15,   19 june 2018

<p>The desperate sobbing of 10 Central American children, separated from their parents one day last week by immigration authorities at the border, makes for excruciating listening. Many of them sound like they’re crying so hard, they can barely[...]

Trump administration seeks to limit court's 'sanctuary cities' order

Monday  22:15,   18 june 2018

The Trump administration, escalating its fight with so-called sanctuary cities, asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to narrow a lower court's nationwide order preventing the federal government from denying public safety grants to[...]

First Amendment victory is Florida man's second at Supreme Court

Monday  21:02,   18 june 2018

A Florida man who won a Supreme Court decision about a floating home five years ago won again Monday on a more important subject: the First Amendment. The high court ruled 8-1 that Fane Lozman can pursue his claim that the city of Riviera Beach[...]

From a Pediatrician, Lessons for Dads-to-Be

Sunday  16:36,   17 june 2018

The class is part of a broader effort to shed scientific light on fathers’ roles in child and family well-being. Dr. Garfield, an associate professor at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, has found that helping fathers benefits[...]

Why Railroads Are Making Freight Trains Longer and Longer

Sunday  16:21,   17 june 2018

Pressure from investors and competition from trucking are driving railroad operators to add cars to freight trains to improve efficiency and cut costs. But some say the trend is misguided and, potentially, a safety hazard.Load[...]

Shots fired at Georgia police officer's home in 'act of gang violence'

Saturday  08:30,   16 june 2018

A Georgia police officer, new to the force, returned home over the weekend to find that somebody had fired bullets into his home, piercing a window and walls. Sandersville police officer Corey Haynes said the bullets flew through the window before[...]

She faked a rejection letter from her ex-boyfriend's dream school. Now she has to pay him $265,000

Saturday  04:15,   16 june 2018

Eric Abramovitz's hard work had paid off: The accomplished clarinet player had been accepted to his dream school. But he never got to hear the good news. That's because when his acceptance email arrived in 2014, Abramovitz's then-girlfriend,[...]

'There was a future': Past Hawaii eruptions provide lessons

Friday  21:01,   15 june 2018

Those who lived through past eruptions of the Hawaii volcano now spewing lava that's wiped out whole neighborhoods remember the despair of losing everything but also the chance for a new start.&nbsp;Volcanic gases rise from the Kilauea lava[...]

Three people fatally shot by Kansas City police within an hour, including woman who was 'walking around' with sword

Friday  16:31,   15 june 2018

Kansas City police fatally shot three people in two incidents one hour apart on Thursday, including a woman who had been "walking around" with a sword.&nbsp;The woman was killed after she barricaded herself in a shed for hours,[...]

Woman hiking north of L.A. says she used knife to fight off bear

Friday  09:30,   15 june 2018

A woman hiking the Pacific Coast Trail north of Los Angeles says she fought off an attacking bear by stabbing it. The 25-year-old woman told Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies that she was in the Vasquez Rocks park on Thursday when a small[...]