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Thousands of Venezuelans cram border with Colombia
Thousands of Venezuelans cram border with Colombia

Several thousand Venezuelans, desperate for food and medicine, packed a border crossing to Colombia on Saturday, hours after President Nicolas Maduro partially reopened it. Maduro had the day prior ordered the reopening of the Venezuelan border in the western state of Tachira, near the location in Colombia where the international community had massed humanitarian aid that Maduro's government refused to take.

Speaker Pelosi reportedly tells House Democrats she wants to see President Trump in prison
Speaker Pelosi reportedly tells House Democrats she wants to see President Trump in prison

Pelosi facing pressure to pursue impeachment; reaction from former Obama economic adviser Austan Goolsbee and Rep. tom McClintock.

US gives Turkey to July 31 to backtrack on Russian missile deal
US gives Turkey to July 31 to backtrack on Russian missile deal

The United States on Friday gave Turkey until the end of July to abandon its purchase of a major Russian missile defense system, which Washington considers incompatible with Ankara's participation in the F-35 fighter jet program. If by July 31 Turkey does not renounce the S-400 system, Turkish pilots training in the United States on the F-35 will be expelled, and agreements with Turkish firms subcontracted for manufacturing the F-35 stealth warplane will be cancelled, Ellen Lord, undersecretary of defense for acquisition and sustainment, told reporters.

The Latest: Lawyers disappointed for ex-cop sent to prison
The Latest: Lawyers disappointed for ex-cop sent to prison

Lawyers for a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman say they're disappointed that a judge sentenced him to 12½ years in prison. Noor now has 90 days to appeal his conviction for third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond. After Noor was sentenced Friday, he was returned to Minnesota's maximum security prison at Oak Park Heights, where he has been held for his own safety since his conviction in April.

Firefighters swim through flash flood, save driver
Firefighters swim through flash flood, save driver

Severe weather in Louisiana caused a flash flood that swept away a woman's car, forcing rescuers to save the woman.

Leak may reveal when Samsung is finally going to release the Galaxy Fold
Leak may reveal when Samsung is finally going to release the Galaxy Fold

Samsung and Huawei were in a hurry to unveil their foldable phones earlier this year, with the Korean company beating out its Chinese rival only by a few days. The Galaxy Fold should have been available in stores in late April, but serious defects were discovered by early reviewers and they forced Samsung to cancel its Galaxy Fold release and redesign parts of the phone. A new report now claims that Samsung's first foldable phone will finally be released in July, which means the Mate X might actually beat it to market.Earlier this week, Mate X 5G speed tests from China were released online, ahead of the phone's anticipated launch this month. Samsung, meanwhile, is yet to confirm a new...

The German killer nurse who took himself for God
The German killer nurse who took himself for God

The man believed to be post-war Germany's worst serial killer was known to colleagues as a "nice guy" who did little to arouse suspicion until well into his murder spree. A court in the northern city of Oldenburg sentenced Niels Hoegel, 42, a heavy-set, second-generation caregiver, to life for murdering 85 patients. Hoegel has admitted to injecting patients with drugs that cause heart failure or circulatory collapse so he could then try to revive them and, when successful, shine as a saviour before his medical peers and superiors.

3 Americans die in same Dominican Republic resort within 5 days
3 Americans die in same Dominican Republic resort within 5 days

Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel on the likely causes of these deaths in the Dominican Republic.

Mexico increases detentions and deportations as Donald Trump doubles down on tariff threats
Mexico increases detentions and deportations as Donald Trump doubles down on tariff threats

Mexico has increased the detention and deportation of migrants in the wake of Donald Trump's threats to slap tariffs on the country if it fails to crack down on illegal immigration to the US. Nearly 15,000 migrants were deported in April, up from around 9,000 in March, according to government figures. The figure was even higher in May, when the number of detentions also surged past 20,000. It comes after Mr Trump said he would impose a blanket five per cent tariff on Mexican imports on June 10 to pressure Mexico into stemming the tide of Central American migrants travelling through the country en route to America. Foreign minister Marcelo Ebrard pushed back at the US president's charge...

Natural gas flaring hits record high in Q1 in U.S. Permian Basin

Natural gas flaring and venting in the top U.S. oil field reached an all-time high in the first quarter of the year due to the lack of pipelines, at a time of increased focus on environmental concerns about methane emissions. Producers burned or vented 661 million cubic feet per day (mcfd) in the Permian Basin of West Texas and eastern New Mexico, the field that has driven the U.S. to record oil production, according to a new report from Rystad Energy. "It's very persistent issue with infrastructure," said Artem Abramov, head of shale research at Rystad.

Elizabeth Warren Just Joined a Longtime Republican Cause
Elizabeth Warren Just Joined a Longtime Republican Cause

The replacement department she proposes would create a National Jobs Strategy every four years to identify economic risks and opportunities.

Buttigieg says he would vote to impeach Trump, talks Al Franken resignation during Fresno town hall
Buttigieg says he would vote to impeach Trump, talks Al Franken resignation during Fresno town hall

Mayor Pete Buttigieg was pushed at an MSNBC town hall to get specific on impeachment, Al Franken and other topics Monday. He also poked fun at Mike Pence.

'I've Been Told Lies.' Young Chinese Recall When They First Learned of Tiananmen

Mentions of the Tiananmen massacre are heavily censored in China, but that hasn't stopped young Chinese from learning about June 4, 1989.

Brave family dog saves boy from cougar attack in Washington state park
Brave family dog saves boy from cougar attack in Washington state park

A cougar knocked down a boy but was quickly scared off by the family pet in Washington.

Google says it resolves issues affecting YouTube, Gmail, Google Cloud in U.S.
Google says it resolves issues affecting YouTube, Gmail, Google Cloud in U.S.

Google said it would conduct an investigation of the outage and make appropriate improvements to the company's systems to prevent or minimize future recurrence. Earlier on Sunday, Google said it was experiencing high levels of congestion, adding that the incident began at 3:25 p.m. EDT. Google said it had identified the root cause, but did not elaborate.

Sporty 2020 Cadillac CT4-V Joins Luxury Lineup
Sporty 2020 Cadillac CT4-V Joins Luxury Lineup

By adding its new compact CT4, Cadillac is looking to replace the ATS as it realigns its sedan lineup this fall. The first look we're getting of the new compact luxury sedan is the high-performan...

The Latest: Italian media post audio of cruise ship pilot
The Latest: Italian media post audio of cruise ship pilot

VENICE, Italy (AP) - The Latest on the cruise ship crashing into a dock and another river boat in a Venice canal (all times local):

Police investigating after man found dead inside home in Merrick
Police investigating after man found dead inside home in Merrick

A call came in to police at about 11:45 p.m. Saturday and a man was found dead inside the home in Merrick.

The Latest: US would talk with Iran
The Latest: US would talk with Iran 'with no preconditions'

BELLINZONA, Switzerland (AP) - The Latest on U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (all times local):

Trump says lawyer Emmet Flood leaving in June

U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Saturday that a member of his legal team, Emmet Flood, will leave his post later this month after helping him handle the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election campaign. "Emmet Flood, who came to the White House to help me with the Mueller Report, will be leaving service on June 14th. Trump has been restructuring his legal team as he shifts from dealing with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe to battling Democratic-led investigations in the U.S. Congress.

US yanks funds for anti-Iran Twitter feed after complaints

WASHINGTON (AP) - The State Department has suspended funding for an online project aimed at fighting Iranian disinformation after it tweeted harsh criticism of individual human rights workers, academics and journalists, some of whom are U.S. citizens.

The Latest: Group behind private border wall has more plans
The Latest: Group behind private border wall has more plans

SUNLAND PARK, N.M. (AP) - The latest on the crowd-funded barrier built on the U.S.-Mexico Border (all times local):

New York's De Blasio, At 0.5%, Skirts Likability Issue for 2020
New York's De Blasio, At 0.5%, Skirts Likability Issue for 2020

Asked on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday about poor favorability ratings and an April 3 Quinnipiac University survey showing that 76% of voters in his own city don't think he should run, de Blasio said he won two elections in New York overwhelmingly, and that voters will get to know him. "The more folks hear the message and look at the experience I've had and done for working people, the more they will come to this side," de Blasio said. De Blasio, 58, said voters will respond to his honest assessment that the federal government has been on the side of the wealthy and corporations.

Rep. Riggleman says criticism of Barr handling classified Russia documents is
Rep. Riggleman says criticism of Barr handling classified Russia documents is 'ridiculous'

Rep. Denver Riggleman gives his take on President Trump giving the attorney general authority over the investigation documents.

Auburn radio announcer, wife die after car crash

Auburn radio announcer Rod Bramblett and his wife, Paula, died from injuries sustained in a car crash Saturday night near the campus. The Lee County Coroner's Office confirmed Sunday morning that Rod Bramblett died from a severe closed head injury at Birmingham's UAB Hospital, where he had been airlifted. Paula Bramblett, who was 53, died of internal injuries at the East Alabama Medical Center.

Baghdad offers to mediate with US as Iran
Baghdad offers to mediate with US as Iran's FM visits Iraq

BAGHDAD (AP) - Iraq's parliament speaker said Saturday that Baghdad is ready to mediate between the United States and Iran if it is asked to do so.

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