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  1. President Donald Trump has hit on a new exit strategy as he struggles to mitigate the most disorientating political crisis of his presidency: the splitting up of undocumented migrant families.
  2. Actor George Takei slammed the Trump administration's practice of separating families at the US-Mexico border, recalling his family's experience in internment camps as a Japanese-American during World War II.
  3. President Donald Trump on Sunday called for the US to deport people without judicial proceedings, referred to an invasion by "these people" and railed against standing immigration laws.
  4. One of Attorney General Jeff Sessions' pastors said on Sunday that she does not agree with the "zero-tolerance" immigration policies that led to family separations, but urged her United Methodist church in northern Virginia not to be torn apart by political differences.
  5. What began as a new Trump administration policy, enacted in mid-April, has turned to a crisis that resulted in the separation of immigrant children from their parents. CNN's Victor Blackwell discusses the decisions that lead to the policy.
  6. Many Americans across the US are angry with President Donald Trump for his "zero tolerance" immigration policy, which has sought to deter illegal entry by detaining and separating migrant families.
  7. After a frantic few weeks to reach an end of June deadline, the Supreme Court justices will don their robes on Monday to wrap up the term sometime this week.
  8. Glenn Beck walks off a live interview with CNN's Brian Stelter after he's asked about a Daily Beast report that his media company, The Blaze, is in dire financial straits.
  9. This week we saw two different ways people sent messages that they passionately oppose the Trump administration's policies. And both involved prominent Trump officials and restaurants.
  10. Federal prosecutors have canceled their planned interview with Stormy Daniels Monday, according to Daniels' attorney.
  11. First lady Melania Trump made her first public appearance since her jacket controversy Sunday evening, speaking to the Students Against Destructive Decisions' annual conference where she emphasized the importance of kindness.
  12. President Donald Trump attacked late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon after the comedian told The Hollywood Reporter he expressed regret about tussling Trump's hair in a pre-election interview.
  13. Boston Superintendent Tommy Chang announced Friday that he's resigning, one day after a lawsuit was filed alleging that Boston Public Schools shared information about a student that led to the student's deportation.
  14. A search is underway to rescue 12 teenage soccer players and their coach who are thought to be trapped in a cave in northern Thailand.
  15. Preliminary results in Turkey's snap elections show President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the lead over his nearest rival, in a vote seen as the biggest ballot-box challenge to the veteran leader in his 15 years in power.
  16. Dennis Hof, the Nevada brothel owner who just days ago ousted a Republican state lawmaker in a primary, is already workshopping new campaign themes for the general election.
  17. Actress Brigitte Nielsen, 54, gave birth to her fifth child after announcing her pregnancy in May on Instagram.
  18. Chip and Joanna Gaines, former stars of "Fixer Upper," welcome a new baby boy into their family. The HGTV stars are now parents to five children.
  19. A sign at a Baltimore Dunkin' Donuts sparked controversy for offering customers free coffee if they called in reports of employees speaking a language other than English.
  20. On a desert plateau 36 miles from the tiny South Australian town of Marree lies one of the country's greatest unsolved modern mysteries.
  21. Leaning out of a helicopter's open door, 500 feet above the ground, David Kennedy is treated to bird's eye views of immense sand dunes and lava fields strewn with giant black domes and boulders. Among these natural wonders are mysterious triangular constructions, a beautifully preserved ghost town and elaborate ancient tombs -- the archaeological treasures which Saudi Arabia hopes will earn it a place on the heritage tourism map.
  22. Naked women in pools of green liquid, strange looking plants, and text written in an unknown alphabet; they can all be found on the delicate parchment pages of a mysterious manuscript from the 15th century. And nobody knows what any of it means.
  23. How the FBI used DNA to solve the mystery of an ancient Egyptian mummy's identity.
  24. Just weeks out of prison, Meek Mill debuted a song that delivered a blistering criticism of the criminal justice system at the BET Awards on Sunday night.
  25. See images from this weekend's Pride celebrations from around the world.
  26. A 15-year-old is being widely praised for volunteering her skills in sign language to help a blind and deaf man by forming letters with her fingers while he "read" them with his hands.
  27. When a transgender woman got up to use the woman's bathroom at a restaurant, she said she was asked to show her ID.

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