U.S. returns 100 migrant children to overcrowded facility

Authorities had scrambled to move children out of a Border Patrol station in Clint, Tex., 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 Clint facility.

Acting director of ICE to be named new border chief amid Homeland Security shakeup

Mark Morgan has been the top official at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for three weeks.

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.
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Bernie Sanders and other Democrats want free college. Europe shows there’s a cost.

Facilities are bare-bones, classes are big and professor salaries are low.
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Staff Sgt. David Bellavia is credited with saving the lives of several fellow soldiers in intense urban fighting.
The judge rejected the president’s request for an immediate appeal and to put on hold the lawsuit against him alleging that his private business violates an anti-corruption provision of the Constitution.
The Peace to Prosperity Workshop opened in Bahrain with a proposal for $50 billion in investment.
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.
Experts think the crater may have been caused when a 550-pound dud of a WWII bomb dropped decades ago exploded after its detonation mechanism eroded with time.
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 begins to make the case for reelection.
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Critic’s Notebook
Renoir’s nudes are the subject of a major show marking the 100th anniversary of his death.
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In interviews with The Post, Gen. Manuel Ricardo Cristopher Figuera gave new details of the failed uprising to oust Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
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Decades after life took these eight women down one path, they forged new ones for themselves.
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By The Way
The overtourism problem isn’t going away. Here’s how not to make it worse.
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Exclusive interview: Maduro's ex-spy chief reveals allegations against government
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Missouri police officer fatally shot over bad check, shooting aftermath livestreamed on Facebook
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