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Texas is home again to an immigration detention facility for families and children.
One of FBI's 10 Most Wanted Surrenders in Mexico
Of the 502 fugitives put on the list since it was established in 1950, 471 have been caught, the FBI said.
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'He's Still Alive': 911 Call Released in FSU Prof Slay
The neighbor reported that the driver's side window of Daniel Markel's car was shattered and he was bloody but still alive.
'Pull Over!': Minivan Becomes Delivery Room
An Arizona mom delivers her third child in the family minivan, once she realizes she can't make it to the hospital. KPNX's Krystle Henderson reports.
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CIA Boss Apologizes for Hacking Senate Computers
CIA Director John Brennan has privately apologized to Senate intelligence committee leaders now that the spy agency's inspector general has found that its employees did act improperly when searching Senate computers earlier this year.
Ray Rice: I Let My Mother, Wife and Daughter Down
NFL running back Ray Rice apologizes for his actions that led to a February domestic violence arrest.
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Doctor: Africa Ebola Outbreak Is 'Dangerous, Scary'
WTHR's David MacAnally speaks with an Indiana doctor who witnessed the spike in Ebola cases at a Liberia hospital.
America's Heroin Epidemic
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Attorney General: Cops Should Carry Heroin Antidote
Eric Holder said law enforcement personnel who expect to come in contact with drug abusers should be equipped with Naxolone.
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Poverty Growing Fastest in the Suburbs: Report
Research from the Brookings Institution shows that the poor population in the suburbs increased at a rate three times faster than in urban areas.
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