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U.S. returns 100 migrant children to overcrowded facility

Authorities had scrambled to move children out of a Border Patrol station after reports of sick and dirty children without their parents. But an official said a lack of bed space in shelters forced the agency to return some children to the facility.

‘The Taliban gave me toothpaste’: Ex-captives contrast U.S. treatment of child migrants

The U.S. has said that migrant children don’t need toothbrushes or soap. Here’s how conditions compare with hostages around the world.

Trump threatens use of ‘overwhelming force’ against Iran if it attacks

President Trump’s tweet came after Iranian President Hassan Rouhani slammed the Trump administration for new sanctions targeting the country’s leadership.
 Megan Rapinoe celebrates scoring the team’s second goal in the game against Spain. (Bernadett Szabo/Reuters)
Megan Rapinoe celebrates scoring the team’s second goal in the game against Spain. (Bernadett Szabo/Reuters)
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More and more people loathe Renoir. Is it time for a revival?

"Terrible." "A steaming pile." Provoking "visceral disgust." Hating Renoir is a default position in the art world, but a new exhibit of the painter's nudes feels like therapy.
Comedian Jon Stewart criticized the Senate majority leader earlier this month over his handling of the measure.
A new court filing alleged Hunter used campaign funds to pay for trips, dinners and drinks with women with whom he was romantically involved, including three lobbyists.
The one political figure who has brought the most attention to the alleged victim’s story is the president himself, who has vigorously denied her story, saying she was “not my type.”
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The president’s “America first” agenda faces a crucial test at the global gathering in Japan, with time running out to score a breakthrough as he makes the case for reelection.
Desmond Amofah, known online as Etika, won hundreds of thousands of subscribers by making video-game reaction videos. His work took a disturbing turn in recent months.
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