People cool off at open sprinklers on the National Mall, on July 19, 2019 in Washington, DC

Tens of Millions Of People Endure Extreme Heat Across U.S.

More than 126 million people were under excessive heat warnings on Saturday.


1:16April Johnson, who was released from prison under the First Step Act, thanks U.S. President Donald Trump
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DOJ Starts Releasing First Of Nearly 3,100 Inmates For Good Behavior

0:55A man holds a U.S. flag to his chest
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Report: U.S. Officials Proposed Capping Refugee Admissions At Zero

1:43U.S. Marines at the Suez Canal
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Iran Denies That U.S. Destroyed One Of Its Drones

1:01U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office
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Immigration Officials Announce Changes To U.S. Naturalization Test

1:03People swim in the New York City Triathlon
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New York City Triathlon Canceled Due To Major Heat Wave

4:42The restored Apollo Mission Control Room at the Johnson Space Center

Restored Apollo Mission Control Center Takes Visitors Back In Time

1:43People play in fountain in Berlin.
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June's Record High Temps Are Part Of A Worrisome Global Trend

0:52Eugene Scalia

Trump Selects Son Of Late Justice Antonin Scalia For Labor Secretary

1:12Chicago police officers attend a graduation and promotion ceremony.
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Chicago Police Officers Fired, Accused Of Cover-Up In Shooting Death

2:57President Donald Trump
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President Trump, Democrats Respond To 'Send Her Back' Chant

2:38Rep. Nancy Pelosi at a Raise the Wage Act event
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What A $15 Minimum Wage Would Mean For Different States

1:21Michael Cohen
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Case Documents Detail Trump's Involvement In Hush Money Scandal

3:05Woman uses a computer at a restaurant

Remote Work May Ramp Up Productivity, But Workers Feel Isolated

1:33Then-Tropical Storm Barry on July 12, 2019.
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Hurricanes Are Wetter Than Ever And We Need Learn To Manage The Deluge

1:21US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman announces charges against Jeffery Epstein on July 8, 2019
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Jeffrey Epstein Denied Bail In Federal Sex Trafficking Case In NY website.
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House Passes Bill To Kill Obamacare's Tax On High-Cost Insurance Plans

1:03A truck moves U.S. Army vehicles near the U.S.-Mexico border
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Pentagon Sending Additional Troops To Southern Border

0:57Sen. Rand Paul
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Sen. Rand Paul Blocks Vote To Fast-Track 9/11 Victims Fund

3:01Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross
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House Votes To Hold Barr, Ross In Criminal Contempt Over Census Info

1:05Kevin Spacey and his lawyer
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Prosecutors Drop Sexual Assault Charges Against Kevin Spacey

0:45U.S. Capitol Building
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House Of Representatives Votes To Block Trump Impeachment Resolution

2:22Minor Threat performs onstage

Straight Edge: The Subgenre That Turned A Counterculture On Its Head

1:00Oxycodone pain pills
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U.S. Drug Overdose Deaths May Have Dropped For First Time In Decades

0:52Michael Cohen
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Judge Orders Release Of Documents Related To Cohen Hush-Money Payments

3:14Plane crash victims' family members

Plane Crash Victims' Families Demand Changes For Boeing 737 MAX

1:53Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London
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Ecuador's Ex-President: Assange Meddled In U.S. Election From Embassy

2:26Migrants make their way to cross the border between the U.S. and Mexico at the Rio Grande river on May 20, 2019
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New Asylum Rule Could Lead Migrants To Cross Border In Riskier Ways

2:29The cast and show creator of "13 Reasons Why" speak on a panel
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Netflix Cuts Controversial Suicide Scene In '13 Reasons Why'

4:51before and after photos
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Dream Jobs: Home Stager

1:24People from a caravan of Central American migrants walk alongside a highway.
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Lawsuit Claims New Asylum Rule Violates Domestic, International Law