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Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen denies policy separates families at border

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen took to Twitter to vehemently deny claims that her department's border policy dictates separation of children from their families. “We do not have a policy

What the first ladies have to say about 'zero tolerance' immigration policy

America's first ladies, current and former, have weighed in on the “zero tolerance” policy that is separating families seeking asylum in the United States.           GANNETT Syndication Service

US child migrants: Melania speaks out on Trump separation policy

The US first lady says she “hates to see” hundreds of child migrants separated from their parents. BBC News – US & Canada

Strong earthquake hits Osaka in western Japan; partial building collapses reported

A strong earthquake has shaken the city of Osaka in western Japan. FOX News

Asia and Australia Edition: World Cup, Afghanistan, North Korea: Your Monday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know to start your day. NYT > Home Page

Father's Day used to highlight fight against Trump policy that separates migrant families

The Trump administration policy that separates migrant children from their parents began in May to discourage parents from bringing children across the border illegally. Activities on Father's Day, dubbed #FathersDayofAction,

Nicaragua Protests Take a New Turn: Empty Streets

The streets of Nicaragua’s major cities were deserted on Thursday as residents heeded an opposition alliance’s call for a one-day strike to demand President Daniel Ortega step down. NYT >

Tesla on fire: UK director Michael Morris’ car bursts into flames

Michael Morris’ actress wife posts dramatic footage of this week’s incident in Los Angeles. BBC News – US & Canada

Where are consumers in the U.S.-China trade dispute? Right in the crosshairs

Trump's move to impose $ 50 billion in tariffs on China could cause a hit to consumers beyond paying more for products whose prices rise due to import taxes.      

A Clarinetist’s Girlfriend Didn’t Want Him to Leave. So She Crushed His Dreams.

He had a chance to study with a renowned professor. But his (now ex-) girlfriend intercepted a scholarship offer and turned it down. NYT > Americas

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