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Trump administration must accept new DACA applicants, federal judge rules

U.S. District Judge John Bates calls the government's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program "virtually unexplained" and therefore "unlawful."

In tiny Illinois town, residents hesitate to acknowledge accused Waffle House shooter as one of their own

The town of 16,000, which touts itself as the Pumpkin Capital of the World, is protective of its image as a family-friendly village. But that image was marred after Sunday's restaurant rampage.

In echo of Parkland shooting outrage, anger rises in Mexico after film students were killed and dissolved in acid

The case of 3 film students kidnapped, beaten and murdered--their bodies dissolved in acid-- has generated outrage in Mexico and on social media

Efforts to regulate bail companies have some unlikely allies: bail agents

Holding people against their will, stealing from clients and lying to family members. Stories like these are prompting California lawmakers to take a hard look at the bail industry.

HUD Secretary Ben Carson tours women's homeless center on skid row

It was Carson's first trip to skid row, 50 blocks lined with tents and shanties filled largely with African Americans, a sight he said "you cannot forget."

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