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Couple charged with locking up their 13 children


Last Updated Jan 15, 2018 8:02 PM EST Police in California say they rescued 13 siblings, aged 2 to 29, from a home where they were found chained to beds and malnourished, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department announced Monday. The victims’ parents were arrested and taken to county jail on …

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"I'm crying my eyes out": Family's reaction to false missile alert


HONOLULU — Officials in Hawaii are trying to figure out how to prevent another accidental emergency alert after residents and tourists were erroneously warned of an impending missile attack over the weekend. The false alarm has become a wake-up call for those responsible for security in the state. On Monday, …

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Crisis continues for Rohingya Muslims languishing at refugee camp


COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh — More than half a million Rohingya Muslims fled their homes in Burma after Burmese soldiers attacked and burned their villages last year. They fled here, to Cox’s Bazar in neighboring Bangladesh, establishing a refugee camp that has grown to be the largest in the world.  Diseases …

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How two university students are battling fake news


BERKELEY, C.A. – At the University of California, Berkeley, two juniors studying computer science are battling fake news. “One of the things we wanted to see was where did this fake news originate from,” said Rohan Phadte. “How did it become so popular?” Digging deep into Twitter, Ash Bhat and …

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Trump invites cameras to bipartisan talks on immigration reform


Last Updated Jan 9, 2018 6:52 PM EST WASHINGTON — President Trump invited congressional Republicans and Democrats to the White House on Tuesday, and made a very public display of presiding over a meeting about immigration. Mr. Trump called for bipartisan immigration legislation, saying it should be a “bill of love.” …

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Chaos at JFK highlights infrastructure shortfalls


NEW YORK — The storm that hit the Northeast last week is long gone, but John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York still hasn’t recovered, with more flights delayed Monday. Terminal 4 at JFK was more like a scavenger hunt, as weary flyers searched through a mountain of unclaimed luggage. …

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