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    Nathan Wade's former divorce attorney testifies in Fani Willis hearing

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  • California students accused of sharing AI-generated nudes of classmates

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  • Bodycam video sheds light on deadly Lakewood Church shooting

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  • Michigan primary 2024: Voters head to polls in key swing state

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Thousands of migrants face dangerous conditions to cross border

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Thousands of migrants are facing dangerous conditions as they travel to cross the U.S. border. As the migrant surge continues, The Department of Justice is threatening to sue the state of Texas over a law that would allow the state to arrest and deport migrants on criminal charges.