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Migrants Tear Gassed at the Border as U.S. and Mexico Prepare Asylum Policy Change

Migrants Tear Gassed at the Border as U.S. and Mexico Prepare Asylum Policy Change

Women and children were also among those on the receiving end after U.S. officials fired tear gas across the border and into Mexico.

New White House Climate Report Has Some Republicans Questioning Party Line

Thirteen federal agencies contributed to a report that's at odds with President Trump's rhetoric on climate.

Amid Romaine Warning, Trump Administration Blocks Rule Mandating Farmers Test Water

The rule would have made farmers test their water for E. coli, but the Trump administration delayed the regulation by at least four more years.

What Happens to Service Workers After the Devastating California Fires?

The California fires also mean a loss of employment for those who depend on service work for their livelihood.

Race Taints Mississippi Senate Run-Off  

Heading to the runoff, Hyde-Smith gets flack for comments about "public hanging."

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Maya Averbuch

Dara Lind

Bob Inglis

Elizabeth Shogren

Susie Neilson

Emily Elena Dugdale

Desare Frazier 

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