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Nov. 28, 2019
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More than 100 children have showed up at the border alone after being sent back under the Trump administration’s Remain in Mexico program.
Josey Peters first picked up trash with his father along Lake Michigan many years ago. Now 57, he’s pulling debris out of Ballona Creek.
Voters have continued to reelect state Rep. Matt Shea, who wants to secede and found a Christian theocracy called Liberty.
Trump signed the bills even as he expressed concerns the legislation may complicate the effort to work out a trade deal with China’s President Xi Jinping.
Conventional wisdom says the billionaire ex-mayor can’t possibly win the Democratic nomination. But political wisdom has become pretty shaky in recent years.
A U.S. bankruptcy court judge has upheld a California law forcing utilities to pay for all damages when their equipment causes wildfires
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador was elected last year on his pledge to bring peace, but he faces record-high homicide rates and increased scrutiny of his security policies.
North Korea on Thursday fired an unidentified projectile, South Korea’s military said, giving no further details, such as what kind of projectile was launched and where it landed.
The New Orleans fans didn’t forget about Anthony Davis. And he didn’t forget about them either, but still, he gave the Lakers 41 points in a victory over his former team the Pelicans.
“Supergirl” actress Melissa Benoist shared her story of being a survivor of intimate partner violence in a video posted to Instagram Wednesday.
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Two days after director J.J. Abrams wouldn’t reveal whose ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ script ended up on EBay, the culprit has confessed.
On her second album “Romance,” Camila Cabello sings openly about her relationship with fellow pop star Shawn Mendes: “We’re just two kids in love.”
Taiwanese Canadian model-actor Godfrey Gao died of an apparent heart attack on the set of a sports reality show in China, his agency said. He was 35.
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