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A round-the-clock vigil is underway ICE headquarters in Portland, Ore.  About two dozen protesters gathered Tuesday, June 17, 2018, for a round-the-clock vigil and vowed not to leave until the policy was changed. (Beth Nakamura /The Oregonian via AP)
House struggles to unite behind bills to stem border crisisSpeaker Paul Ryan says he's going ahead with votes on two different House GOP immigration to end family separations at border
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FILE - In this June 18, 2014, file photo, two young girls watch a World Cup soccer match on a television from their holding area where hundreds of mostly Central American immigrant children are being processed and held at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Nogales Placement Center in Nogales, Ariz. The government hasn't worked out a streamlined way to reunite kids and parents who were separated at the border under a new zero-tolerance policy that requires all immigrants who cross the border illegally to be prosecuted. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, Pool, File)
AP Explains: Where do kids split from parents go?The government hasn't worked out a streamlined way to reunite kids and parents separated at the border under the new zero-tolerance policy requiring all immigrants who cross the border illegally to be prosecuted
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Romulo Gonzalez Rodriguez speaks during a interview Tuesday, June 19, 2018, in Provo, Utah. Gonzalez Rodriguez spoke about the anguish of being separated from his 3-year-old daughter, Genesis Gonzalez Lopez, for seven days in November after arriving to the U.S. port of entry in San Diego. Gonzalez Rodriguez said he fled his hometown of Champerico, Guatemala to seek asylum in the United States after he was kidnapped and extorted by captors who cut his eye out and nearly killed him. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Guatemalan man recounts anguish of separation from toddlerA Guatemalan man who fled his country to seek asylum after he was kidnapped and extorted says he lived through anguish when was separated from his then 2-year-old daughter for seven days at the U.S.-Mexico border last Thanksgiving
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Eritrea sending delegation to rival Ethiopia for peace talksEritrea sends 1st delegation to rival Ethiopia since 1998 for peace talks; 'positive signals'
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Over 100 arrested in another large-scale immigration raidU.S. immigration agents have arrested more than 100 workers at an Ohio meatpacking plant, the second large-scale raid in the state within the past two weeks
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Police: Thief tried paying waitress with her own stolen cardAuthorities say an Arkansas thief got his just deserts when he tried to pay for a meal using the waitress' stolen credit card
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FILE - In this July 25, 2017 file photo, baled plastics await pickup for recycling inside the Athens-Clarke material recycling facility in Athens, Ga. A scientific study published Wednesday, June 20, 2018, said China's 2017 decision to stop accepting plastic waste from other countries is causing plastic to stockpile around the globe. (Joshua L. Jones/Athens Banner-Herald via AP, File)
Study: Plastic will pile up in wake of China recycling banA group of scientists says China' decision to stop accepting plastic waste from other countries is causing plastic to stockpile around the globe, and wealthy countries need to find new solutions
The Associated Press19 minutes ago
FILE - This undated file image of an artists rendering provided by the Galveston Police Department shows a depiction of a boy that police at the time it was release were asking for the public's help to identify. Galveston police on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 identified the boy as Jayden Alexander Lopez, the dead child found washed ashore in South Texas last year, and his mother, Rebecca Rivera, and her girlfriend have been arrested and are charged with fabricating or tampering with physical evidence. Investigators say they're trying to determine whether the mother was connected to her son's death. (The Galveston Police Department via AP, File)
Body of child washed ashore identified, mother arrestedTexas authorities have identified a dead child found washed ashore in South Texas eight months ago and accused the child's mother and her girlfriend of dumping his body
The Associated Press20 minutes ago
In this Tuesday, June 19, 2018 photo, immigrants awaiting deportation hearings, line up outside the building that houses the immigration courts in Los Angeles. Inside the courtroom, immigrant children who arrived on the U.S. border seeking asylum or other relief attended a special hearing for juveniles on the status of their cases. (AP Photo/Amy Taxin)
Children arriving on border await fate in immigration courtsChildren arriving on border await fate in nation's complex, backlogged immigration courts
The Associated Press21 minutes ago
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  • Newt Gingrich Discussed His New Book a Trumpa s Americaa

    Newt has a book signing at the Barnes Noble in Ashburn, VA at 7 pm on Monday, June 18th for his new book Trump's America. WMAL-AM Washington, Fri, Jun 15 2018 @ 06:47 PM
  • DNA could clear defendant in Va. mother-son murder, says lawyer

    The lawyer for the man charged with the January 2018 murders of a Loudoun County mother and her adult son in their Aldie home told the judge DNA found on one of the victims could clear his client. Brian Welsh, 38, of Herndon, Virginia is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of 65-year-old Mala Manwani and her 32-year-old son Rishi. WTOP-FM Washington, Mon, Jun 18 2018 @ 02:43 PM
  • Rose McGowan Indicted on Cocaine Possession Charges, Faces 10 Years Behind Bars

    Rose McGowan faces a decade in prison after being indicted for felony cocaine possession, and will face trial Tuesday just seven months after her arrest. According to#xA0; Us Weekly,#xA0; McGowan maintains her innocence , and insists that she was only arrested in the first place because she has spoken out so vocally about sexual assault and taken aim at powerful men. Lite 98.7, Sat, Jun 16 2018 @ 08:51 AM
  • Dulles Toll Road rate increase proposal set; would start in January

    Dulles Toll Road drivers would pay 75 cents more at the mainline toll plaza and 50 cents more at each ramp under a proposal set to be presented Wednesday. The proposal to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board matches a 2019 toll road rate increase outlined in 2014, when tolls last rose. WTOP-FM Washington, Mon, Jun 18 2018 @ 10:47 PM
  • Northam approves $500,000 grant for media company expansion

    Gov. Ralph Northam has approved a $500,000 state grant for Discovery Inc. to expand its technology and operations hub in Northern Virginia. The governor's office announced Thursday that Virginia had beat out Maryland and New York for the $16 million expansion. Washington Times, Fri, Jun 15 2018 @ 07:45 AM
  • Gang member sentenced to prison for 2016 Ashburn murder

    A member of the MS-13 gang was sentenced this week to 43 years in prison for a 2016 Ashburn murder. Loudoun Times, Fri, Jun 15 2018 @ 09:10 AM
  • Virginia is changing; here's who explains how and why

    Virginia's 8.5 million residents live in a rolling landscape of change as populations grow in some areas, gray in many localities and shrink in dozens, providing a native Virginia demographer a fascinating job tracking those changes. Martinsville Bulletin, Sun, Jun 17 2018 @ 12:13 AM
  • The hand of Justice: Man arrested for exposing himself on Loudoun County transit bus

    A 55-year-old man with no fixed address was arrested Thursday after exposing himself on a Loudoun Transit bus, according to the sheriff's office. Loudoun Times, Fri, Jun 15 2018 @ 03:20 PM
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