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Trump Calls for Immediate Deportation of Undocumented Immigrants Without Trials

6/24/2018
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President Donald Trump said on Twitter Sunday that immigrants entering the country illegally should be removed from the country "immediately" without being granted a court hearing. "We cannot allow all of these people to invade our Country. When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came," Trump said in a series of two tweets Sunday morning. "Our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and Law and Order.

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The Trump Administration Says It Knows the Location of All Separated Migrant Children

6/24/2018
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Trump administration officials say the U.S. government knows the location of all children in its custody after separating them from their families at the border and is working to reunite them. A fact sheet on "zero-tolerance prosecution and family reunification" released Saturday night by the Department of Homeland Security also says a parent must request that their child be deported with them. In the past, the agency says, many parents have elected to be deported without their children.

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Minister: Why Authoritarians Love to Quote This Bible Passage

6/23/2018
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Interpreting the Bible is not easy. The Bible is an assortment of sacred myths, metaphors, and allegories born of a world very different than our own. Though its writings predate many critical scientific discoveries regarding the natural world, both the Hebrew Bible and New Testament are replete with lasting moral truths and inspirational accounts. The folly of greed, cruelty, and malice comes through in the lives of notable biblical characters.

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Lorena Bobbitt on Domestic Abuse and What She Wants You To Know About Her Case 25 Years Later

6/23/2018
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When Lorena Bobbitt's name entered public consciousness 25 years ago, it was in the context of one of the most sensational cases of modern domestic violence ever to make headlines. Bobbitt would allege that on the night of June 23, 1993, her husband John Wayne Bobbitt raped her and, in a part of the case that neither denied, after he came to bed, she cut off his penis with a kitchen knife. She drove away and threw it out her car window near their home in the Manassas, Va., area.

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A 12-Year Study of Successful CEOs Revealed Their 5 Most Important Habits

6/23/2018
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Being the CEO of a massive company is a surprisingly hard life. Sure, they make loads of money—an average of $12.1 million in 2017—and have untold resources at their disposal, including other executives and employees under them. But a new report from Harvard Business Review detailing a major 12-year study of CEOs reveals that top executives are sorely lacking in one crucial area: time.

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Review: ‘The King’ Is Both an Elvis Presley Documentary and a Song for America

6/23/2018
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csXtdjsqYLM He divides and unifies, he inspires joy and indifference: There’s no one way to look at Elvis Presley and the explosion of change—musically, culturally, historically—he set off in mid-20th century America. More than 40 years after his death, Elvis isn’t an answer; he is, and always will be, a question.

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President Trump Is Spurring Native American Women to Run for Office

6/23/2018
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President Donald Trump routinely calls a U.S. senator “Pocahontas.” One time, he did it in front of Navajo code talkers who helped America during World War II. To decorate the Oval Office, he chose a portrait of Andrew Jackson, the president notorious for the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which set in motion the series of forced migrations that became known as the Trail of Tears.

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How Marriage Can Actually Protect Your Heart Health

6/23/2018
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Being in a healthy relationship has been shown to provide health benefits, including a longer life. Now, a new study reports that people who are married appear to have a lower risk of heart disease. The review, published in the journal Heart, analyzed over 30 studies that involved more than two million people. The studies included information on people’s marital status and their risk for heart-related problems.

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Here’s How Much Money World Cup 2018 Players Make

6/23/2018
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Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar... you may know the names of soccer's biggest stars, but do you know how much they're getting paid to play in the 2018 World Cup? As is typical with FIFA, the answer is complicated. The international football federation is set to award $400 million total to the 32 teams competing for glory at the World Cup over the next month in Russia, according to the Associated Press.

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Here's the Cheapest Weekend to Travel This Summer

6/23/2018
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Procrastinators, don't fret: You still have time to book an affordable summer vacation. The best summer weekend travel bargains are still months away, according to new research done by travel booking site Kayak. Whether you're planning a getaway in the U.S. or internationally, you'll tend to find the best summer deals on the weekend of August 25, says a Kayak spokeswoman. She adds that the analysis was done based on general seasonal trends in flight prices.

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A Jailed Kurdish Kingmaker Could Decide Turkey’s Future

6/23/2018
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In the race for Turkey's presidency, a candidate is entitled to 20 minutes of television time - even, it turns out, from prison. In what state media are calling a "first in the history of democracy," Kurdish candidate Selahattin Demirtas, who was arrested during the crackdown that followed a failed military coup in 2016, gave a speech from his cell on June 17.

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Here Are the All the Recent Campaign Donations That Might Raise Eyebrows

6/23/2018
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May was packed with primary congressional elections, giving political donors and special interests plenty of opportunities to try to influence outcomes. New filings with the Federal Election Commission, due Wednesday night, shed new light on last month’s campaign money battle — from Democrats cashing in on Chinese corporate stock to President Donald Trump’s comedic doppelgänger donating to a Democrat to private prison interests opening up their wallets to lawmakers.

Duration:00:17:55

Navy Document Shows Plan to Erect 'Austere' Detention Camps

6/23/2018
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The U.S. Navy is preparing plans to construct sprawling detention centers for tens of thousands of immigrants on remote bases in California, Alabama and Arizona, escalating the military’s task in implementing President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy for people caught crossing the Southern border, according to a copy of a draft memo obtained by TIME.

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Navy Document Shows Plan to Erect 'Austere' Detention Camps

6/23/2018
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The U.S. Navy is preparing plans to construct sprawling detention centers for tens of thousands of immigrants on remote bases in California, Alabama and Arizona, escalating the military’s task in implementing President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy for people caught crossing the Southern border, according to a copy of a draft memo obtained by TIME.

Duration:00:05:32

Weekend Recipe: Your Guide to Creating Dairy-Free Nut, Seed and Rice Milks

6/23/2018
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When I create recipes, I always try to cater to people who have intolerances to ingredients such as lactose. Nut and seed milks are a delicious lactose-free alternative to traditional dairy milk, and they can be used in a variety of recipes that require the real thing. They can also provide your body with essential minerals such as calcium and magnesium.

Duration:00:03:23

Use This 4-Step Plan to Save for Retirement and Pay Down Your Debt

6/23/2018
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Don’t wait until you’ve retired your debt to save for retirement. The challenge, experts say, is to pay down what you owe and still sock away some savings at the same time. But what's the best way to do that without driving yourself and your bank accounts crazy? “It’s not an either/or,” says Greg McBride, chief financial analyst with Bankrate.com. If you feel like this is too much, you're not alone.

Duration:00:06:11

Iceland's Big Loss to Nigeria Just Pushed the World Cup Drama to 11

6/22/2018
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On Friday morning, nearly 200 fans of Iceland’s World Cup soccer team — some natives of Reykjavik and other parts of the sparsely populated North Atlantic nation, others firmly seated on the Viking bandwagon — gathered in a cramped space in a midtown Manhattan pub. Dressed in their blue Iceland shirts, they were ready to cheer their country's soccer miracle onto the next round. With a win over Nigeria, Iceland would almost assuredly advance to the knockout stage.

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There’s Hope for a Vaccine to Prevent Type 1 Diabetes

6/22/2018
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Could a vaccine for type-1 diabetes be on the horizon? In a new study, a small group of people with type 1 diabetes who were given a vaccine showed improvement in their blood sugar levels to nearly normal levels—and the changes lasted for five to eight years.

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Exclusive: Thailand's PM Prayuth Chan-ocha on Turning to China

6/22/2018
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On June 1, Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan Ocha sat down for an exclusive interview with TIME in Bangkok's Government House. It's just over four years since Prayuth, 64, launched a coup d’etat following six months of street protests against the elected government of former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

Duration:00:14:38

Why Bringing Your Dog to Work Can Be Great for (Almost) Everyone

6/22/2018
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Anna Jentoft doesn’t go to work at Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle alone. Her one-year-old black labradoodle Franny is almost always by her side, sitting at Jentoft’s desk while she’s on calls and greeting other [f500link]Amazon[/f500link] employees during their workdays. Franny is one of more than 1,000 dogs at Amazon’s Seattle headquarters thanks to the company’s dog-friendly work policy. The retail giant is part of the 8 percent of workplaces in the U.S.

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