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Trump blames Democrats as outrage grows over family separation

Trump blames Democrats as outrage grows over family separationThe president blamed Democrats for blocking passage of immigration and border security on Twitter, one day after he seemed to distance himself from the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy.


Bus Driver Tells Passengers Only U.S. Citizens Can Ride As Border Patrol Agent Looks On

Bus Driver Tells Passengers Only U.S. Citizens Can Ride As Border Patrol Agent Looks OnA bus driver in Maine told passengers they needed to be U.S. citizens to ride


Police say 2 Kansas deputies killed by inmate were parents

Police say 2 Kansas deputies killed by inmate were parentsKANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Two Kansas sheriff's deputies who were shot and killed by an inmate while transporting him between the courthouse and jail were both parents, authorities said Saturday.


Kids’ lack of sleep linked to higher odds of heart disease, health risks, study warns

Kids’ lack of sleep linked to higher odds of heart disease, health risks, study warnsA study in the journal Pediatrics links lack of sleep to higher odds for heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity. It found that less than a third of kids get the recommended amount of sleep.


Afghanistan extends ceasefire after suicide attack kills 25

Afghanistan extends ceasefire after suicide attack kills 25An Afghan government ceasefire with the Taliban was extended Saturday despite a suicide bombing killing at least 25, which marred an otherwise remarkable Eid holiday that has seen militants hugging security forces and civilians in celebration of the unprecedented truce. President Ashraf Ghani made the announcement in a rare televised address, in which he also asked the Taliban to extend their three-day ceasefire, which is due to end Sunday night. "I order the security forces to remain on their defensive positions," Ghani said, adding details of the extension would be released later.


Founder of 'revolutionary' US blood-testing startup once valued at $9bn charged with fraud

Founder of 'revolutionary' US blood-testing startup once valued at $9bn charged with fraudTheranos was established by Elizabeth Holmes in 2003 when she was just a 19-year-old Stanford drop out. Within a year it had won $6m (£4.5m) backing from investors attracted by Ms Holmes’s desire to disrupt the industry monopoly over blood tests – and she was toasted as a rising star of Silicon Valley. Ms Holmes and Mr Balwani claimed the Theranos analyser could perform a full range of clinical tests using tiny blood samples drawn from a finger stick, asserting that its results were more accurate, reliable and faster than those from conventional blood tests.


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