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U-Haul company, employee charged in food truck explosion

Almost four years after a Philadelphia food truck exploded into a fireball killing a woman and her teenage daughter, a U-Haul subsidiary and the general manager of one of its Philadelphia stores have been indicted

Convicted Republican businessman's company…

An Ohio telemarketing company whose Republican owner was convicted in a campaign finance probe has organized employees and suppliers in a retaliatory effort to bring down two prominent Democrats

WHAT'S HAPPENING: Crying children fill 'tender…

WHAT'S HAPPENING: The Associated Press has learned that babies and toddlers forcibly separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border are being sent to "tender age" shelters in South Texas

The Latest: Germany says migration policy should…

Germany has responded to the current debate about U.S. immigration policy by pointing to the importance of respecting people's dignity

Man who set up wife's killing must serve life sentence

A New Jersey appellate court has upheld the conviction of a New York man accused of setting up the fatal shooting of his wife while they walked with one of their young sons

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'I doubt Kazakh president will run again'

Chairman of the Senate of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, spoke to the BBC's Stephen Sackur.

Fans React to Japan's Win Over Colombia at the…

Fans react to the Japan's win over Colombia at the 2018 World Cup

Do You Pass the Bestie Test? Experts Weigh in On…

Relationship pros put you to the test to see if you're as good of a friend as you think you are. Tony Spitz has the details.

AP Explains: US has split up families throughout…

AP Explains: US has split up families and detained children throughout its history

Musician loses work after anti-immigrant post on Facebook

An Alabama musician who said on social media that he'd like to shoot immigrants attempting to enter the United States says he's losing work because of the post

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Merkel, Macron back euro zone budget but…

The leaders of Germany and France have agreed to create a budget for the euro zone and hailed a "new chapter" for the currency union. But, as David Pollard reports, many wonder how it will work in a bloc with such diverging interests.

Automakers improve quality to record level in annual survey

A survey of new-vehicle buyers finds that car and truck quality hit a record high this year as automakers started to clear up bugs with infotainment systems.

Ex-teacher who made anti-gay comments settles lawsuit

A former New Jersey high school teacher who resigned after posting anti-gay comments on her Facebook page has settled a discrimination lawsuit against the school district

Washington, D.C., Approves Controversial Wage…

Opponents worry it'll cost business owners and therefore customers and workers, but supporters say it'll make the worker's lives easier.

Disney ups Twenty-First Century Fox to more than…

The competition for Fox is heating up, as Disney is boosting its offer for the company to $70.3 billion.

APNewsBreak: Youngest migrants held in 'tender…

Migrant babies and young children are being held in special "tender age" shelters after being taken from their parents at the US-Mexico border

Fixing a massive NYC plumbing leak, 55 stories…

Big fix: New York City spending $1 billion to carve bypass around gushing leaks in massive water tunnel

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Homeland Security Chief Heckled in Mexican…

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, one of the main defenders of the administration's harsh border policies , decided to dine at a Mexican restaurant Tuesday night. It did not go well. Protesters entered the MXDC restaurant in Washington and confronted Nielsen and her dinner companion about the family separation policy, the...

EU adopts package to Lebanon to help it cope with refugees

The European Union has adopted a support package to Lebanon of 165 million euros ($191 million) to help the country cope with hosting Syrian refugees

Florida school resource officer fired over Facebook posts

A Florida city fired a school resource officer for social media posts the police department deemed "offensive, insulting, and derogatory."