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Man opens fire, wounding San Diego officers
June 24, 2018

Man opens fire, wounding San Diego officers

Authorities say two officers were wounded when a man opened fire at a San Diego condominium. Video taken by a resident nearby captured the sound of the gunshots, and police scrambling to the scene. (June 24)
San Francisco restaurants showcase refugee chefs
June 24, 2018

San Francisco restaurants showcase refugee chefs

Five restaurants in San Francisco have opened their kitchens for the first time to a program that allows refugees aspiring to be chefs to showcase their cuisines and culinary skills. (June 24)
Gay Pride revelers: US has 'a long way to go'
June 24, 2018

Gay Pride revelers: US has 'a long way to go'

Celebration and pride are mixing with defiance in New York City as throngs of people crowd the streets for the annual gay pride march. (June 24)
Donations surge for migrant rest center
June 24, 2018

Donations surge for migrant rest center

A migrant rest center in McAllen, Texas has seen a surge of donations and volunteers following the family separation policy by President Donald Trump. (June 25)
Press tours center for migrant minors In Florida
June 22, 2018

Press tours center for migrant minors In Florida

Press Tours Center For Migrant Minors In Florida
Sanders says she was booted from VA restaurant
June 23, 2018

Sanders says she was booted from VA restaurant

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Saturday she was booted from a Virginia restaurant because she works for President Donald Trump, becoming the latest administration official to experience a brusque reception in a public setting. (June 23 )
Police: Driver distracted in fatal Uber crash
June 22, 2018

Police: Driver distracted in fatal Uber crash

The human backup driver in an autonomous Uber SUV was streaming the television show "The Voice" and looking downward just before fatally striking a pedestrian, according to police. (June 22)
Some in Congress speak out against Trump tweets
June 22, 2018

Some in Congress speak out against Trump tweets

President Donald Trump told his fellow Republicans in Congress to "stop wasting their time" on immigration legislation until after the November elections. Some called it a "horrifically chilling signal" to send to members of his own party. (June 22)
Thousands march to demand vote on Brexit deal
June 23, 2018

Thousands march to demand vote on Brexit deal

Leading Brexit supporters talked tough and their opponents took to the streets, as a divided UK marked the second anniversary on Saturday of its vote to leave the European Union. (Juner 23)
Jogger detained after accidental  border crossing
June 23, 2018

Jogger detained after accidental border crossing

A 19-year-old woman who traveled from France to Canada to visit her mother in British Columbia says U.S. officials detained her for two weeks after she accidentally crossed the border while jogging. (June 23)
Today in history for June 23rd
June 23, 2018

Today in history for June 23rd

Highlights of this day in history: A key moment in the Watergate scandal; Adolf Hitler visits Paris after France falls to Nazi Germany; The typewriter gets a patent; Polio vaccine pioneer Dr. Jonas Salk and TV producer Aaron Spelling die. (June 23)
Trump pushes back on border separation furor
June 22, 2018

Trump pushes back on border separation furor

President Donald Trump is highlighting the plight of Americans whose loved ones were killed by people who entered the country illegally. (June 22)
House members call for Stephen Miller to resign
June 22, 2018

House members call for Stephen Miller to resign

Congressional representatives Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) and Don Beyer (D-Va.) called for Senior Adviser to President Donald Trump Stephen Miller to resign from his post amid criticism over the administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy. (June 22)
Kids in tent facility are from Central America
June 22, 2018

Kids in tent facility are from Central America

A privately operated holding facility for immigrant children near El Paso is occupied by 250 teenage boys, mostly from Central America. That’s according to three Democratic senators who visited the facility Friday. (June 22)
Supreme Court: Warrant needed to track cell data
June 22, 2018

Supreme Court: Warrant needed to track cell data

The Supreme Court ruled Friday police need a warrant to look at records that reveal where cellphone users have been. The 5-4 decision marks a big change in how police may obtain information that phone companies collect from cellphone towers. (June 22)