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Video shot at the U.S.-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas, shows migrants climbing a fence as Border Patrol agents look on. It's unclear whether the migrants were climbing toward the U.S. or Mexico side of the border.
Journalists were given a tour of a Border Patrol facility in Texas after an Associated Press report highlighted the squalid conditions, inadequte food and sanitation issues inside.
A University of Southern California gynecologist has been charged with the sexual assault of 16 patients at the campus student health center. Dr. George Tyndall was arrested by Los Angeles police outside his home Tuesday.
Highlights of this day in history: U.S. air and naval forces ordered into the Korean War; John Dean testifies about the Nixon White House's 'enemies list'; Stonewall riots spark the modern gay rights movement; Actor Jack Lemmon dies.
The House Oversight Committee on Wednesday approved a subpoena to force White House counselor Kellyanne Conway to appear before the panel as it looks into allegations that she repeatedly violated the Hatch Act.
Here's the latest for Wednesday, June 26th: President Trump heads G20 in Japan; House panel subpoena's Kellyanne Conway; Half of the Democratic field debate in Miami and people cool off in fountains amid extreme heat.
Off to Japan's G-20 summit, Donald Trump says "the Mueller thing never stops," reacting to Robert Mueller's expected testimony. Reporters asking about a meeting with Vladimir Putin, Trump replied: "what I say to him is none of your business."
President Donald Trump voiced optimism on legislation to provide billions in humanitarian aid to stem the immigration crisis at the southern border. However, he blamed Democrats, saying they need to back changing asylum laws.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday listed steps his administration had taken to bolster conservative causes and oppose abortion, warning evangelical voters that it all could change very quickly with the "wrong person" in the White House.
Desus & Mero reveal how they're shaking up the late night talk show universe, how "Desus & Mero on ShowTime" resembles a Twitter feed, and why the program is 'for the people.'
President Donald Trump heads to the G-20 summit in Japan this week, weighed down by escalating tensions with Iran, stalled negotiations over North Korea's nuclear capabilities and a stalemated trade dispute with China.
The top Republican on the Senate Homeland Security Committee said he hoped an AP photo showing a migrant father and his infant daughter drowned in the Rio Grande river would spur Congress to act on illegal immigration.
State and local investigators are trying to determine the cause of a house fire that killed six people, including four children, in a small northern Wisconsin town
Keri Russell has kept busy since wrapping her critically acclaimed TV series "The Americans." She filmed a role in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," out this December, and now stars opposite fellow "Star Wars" actor Adam Driver in the play "Burn...
R&B Singer R. Kelly arrived in a Chicago courtroom on Wednesday morning for a status hearing in his criminal sexual abuse trial. Prosecutors turned over a DVD that allegedly shows the singer having sex with a minor.
Lawyers for Cuba Gooding Jr. are providing a court with video they say will show the actor did not grope a woman at a New York City bar. The prosecution, meanwhile, presented the court on Wednesday with a deposition from Gooding's accuser.
Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, who was wounded in a synagogue shooting in San Diego in April, told the United Nations General Assembly that anti-Semitism is a "problem for the world."
Here's the latest for Wednesday, June 26th: Mueller to testify before House next month; House passes migrant emergency care bill; Gunman and two others killed in Calif. car dealership; Pompeo and Indian officials talk trade.
A man who had just been fired from a Northern California Ford dealership shot and killed two employees and then killed himself Tuesday evening, police and witnesses said.
The House of Representatives passed a $4.5 billion emergency border aid package to care for thousands of migrant families and unaccompanied children detained after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. The Senate has a different version of the bill.