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Waves of Undocumented Immigrants Strain Border Patrol Resources
300 extra agents are now stationed along the Rio Grande keeping an eye on the waves of undocumented immigrants attempted to enter the U.S. But even with the extra agents, border resources are being stretched to the limit.
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Lightning Kills Man in Rockies, Second Death in Two Days
The bolt Saturday in Rocky Mountain National Park comes a day after a woman was killed and seven others were hurt in the same area.
More Americans Opting to Retire Abroad
For many Americans it's becoming too expensive to live out their retirement in the U.S., so they're packing up and heading to places like Ecuador where they can get a lot more bang for their bucks.
New Report Sheds Light on Navy Yard Shooting
The Washington D.C. Police Department says officers were unable to access surveillance video of the shooter as he carried out his rampage. That's because the private security guard responsible for monitoring those cameras locked himself in the room and failed to contact authorities.
Bridge Demolition Rocks Cleveland
Crews used explosives to take down Cleveland's Inner Belt bridge over the Cuyahoga River to make way for two news spans set to open later this fall.
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Texas Slowdown: Fewer Crossing Border From Mexico
Border patrol agents said they are seeing fewer undocumented immigrants crossing the border through Texas, but they can't be sure it will last.
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Yalie Finishes Year-Long Silent Hike Across Country
Greg Hindy walked 9,000 miles from the coast to coast, as trip he took without uttering a single word and with no technology like GPS or smartphones.
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'No Texting and Driving,' Family Begs After Fatal Crash
"I'm so upset, so angry that someone could be an adult and be so careless," the family of Walter Blockman said after the crash.
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Kayaking For a Cause: Grandmom to Trek 2,500 Miles
Deborah Walters, 69, will kayak over 2,500 miles to support Safe Passage, a Maine-based nonprofit that supports Guatemalan children's education.
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