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US child migrants: Melania calls for end to Trump's separation policy

Image caption Images and reports of hundreds of children as young as children and babies being separated from their parents as they try to cross the Mexico border have caused outrage. US First Lady Melania Trump has called for an end to the policy of separating parents and children illegally entering the country from Mexico. Mrs Trump "believes we need to be a country that follows all laws, but also a country that governs with heart," her ... Full story

David Dimbleby to leave Question Time

David Dimbleby is to leave Question Time after 25 years on the BBC's flagship political programme. The presenter, who will leave the show at the end of the year, said it was "the right moment to leave". The 79-year-old, who has chaired the show since 1994, insisted he was "not giving up broadcasting" but planned "to return to my first love: reporting". BBC director general Tony Hall called him "a titan in British broadcasting" and a "champion ... Full story

Feds raided UAW leader’s house amid corruption probe

CONNECT LINKEDIN EMAIL MORE. Detroit — Federal prosecutors revealed Thursday that investigators raided the home of United Auto Workers Vice President Norwood Jewell while investigating a widespread conspiracy involving Fiat Chrysler and the union. The raid happened Nov. 3 at a home on the 2200 block of Macscott Court in Swartz Creek, according to a sealed federal court filing. It is unclear exactly what was seized during the search but is ... Full story

At least 5 believed dead after SUV carrying illegal immigrants crashes, sheriff says

At least five people were believed dead after an SUV carrying illegal immigrants crashed following a high-speed chase near the Texas-Mexico border, the sheriff said. (KABB). At least 12 people were ejected from an SUV carrying illegal immigrants after it crashed following a high-speed chase with U.S. Border Patrol vehicles near the Texas-Mexico border, a sheriff said Sunday, adding that five people were believed dead. Dimmit County Sheriff ... Full story

Democrats, activists rally against Trump's family separation policy

ELIZABETH, N.J. (Reuters) - Democratic lawmakers joined hundreds of protesters outside an immigration detention facility in New Jersey on Sunday for a Father’s Day demonstration against the Trump administration’s practice of separating children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. People participate in a protest against recent U.S. immigration policy of separating children from their families when they enter the United States as ... Full story

Israel targets rights groups with bill to outlaw filming of soldiers

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel moved on Sunday to snap the lens shut on rights groups that film its troops’ interactions with Palestinians by introducing a bill that would make it a criminal offense. FILE PHOTO: An Israeli soldier shouts as he aims his weapon during clashes with Palestinian demonstrators at a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in the West Bank city of Hebron ... Full story

Fireworks expected as DOJ watchdog Horowitz, FBI boss Wray face Senate Judiciary for hearing

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, left, and FBI Director Christopher Wray (AP). FBI Director Christopher Wray and Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz are expected to be the centers of attention Monday when they testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Horowitz's bombshell report on the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's personal email server. Horowitz's report, released Thursday, singled out ... Full story

India faces 'worst-ever' water crisis: report

Alarming study finds about 600 million Indians are facing high to extreme stress over clean water access. Full story

Democrats gain entry to NJ immigration detention center after arguing with cops, 'literally banging on the door'

Several Democratic congressmen showed up at an immigration detention facility in NJ, where they banged on the door to gain access. (Bill Pascrell, via Twitter). Seven Democratic lawmakers gained entry to an immigration detention center in New Jersey on Sunday after "arguing" with the police and "literally banging on the door," one of the congressmen posted on Twitter. The Father's Day episode was the latest in a series of similar trips by ... Full story

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