Haitians Mass at US-Mexico Border Despite Deportation PolicyA crowd of about 1,000 Haitians shouted and shoved at the door of Mexico's immigration agency at the U.S. border, which has found itself an unhappy gateway for thousands of would-be migrants in recent months hoping to cross into the United States.
More Americans Are Dying Each Year By AccidentAccidents are killing more Americans each year, increasingly from overdoses and falls.
Rossi Earned More Than $2.5 million For Indianapolis 500 WinAlexander Rossi earned $2,548,743 for winning the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.
When Zika Hits, A Push for Birth Control and Abortion?There's little doubt: Zika is coming to the continental United States, bringing frightening birth defects — and, most likely, newly urgent discussions about abortion and contraception.
First US Cruise In Decades Arrives In HavanaThe first U.S. cruise ship in nearly 40 years crossed the Florida Straits from Miami and docked in Havana on Monday, restarting commercial travel on waters that served as a stage for a half-century of Cold War hostility.
Naval Academy Increasing Security After Deadly Shootout In Tenn.The Naval Academy tells WJZ it's increasing security on campus in light of recent attacks targeting service members.
Scientists: Droughts, Flooding Across US To Become More Extreme
Dempsey, Johannsson Start Up Top For US Against CubaU.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann has made three changes to his starting lineup for the Gold Cup quarterfinal against Cuba, starting Omar Gonzalez for suspended defender John Brooks, and Clint Dempsey and Aron Johannsson in place of Chris Wondolowski and Alfredo Morales
D.C. Stop Of Pope Francis Trip Includes White House, CongressThe itinerary for Pope Francis' first visit to the United States was released Tuesday. His first stop is DC and the planning is underway.
Supreme Court Extends Same-Sex Marriage NationwideThe Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States.
U.S. Won't Prosecute Hostages' Families Who Pay RansomIn a softening of longstanding policy, the Obama administration will tell families of Americans held by terror groups that they can communicate with captors and even pay ransom without fear of prosecution -- part of a broad review of U.S. hostage guidelines that will be released Wednesday.
British Man Who Led Company Sentenced To 4 Years For FraudA British man who was extradited to the United States with his wife to face fraud charges was sentenced Thursday to four years in federal prison.

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