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Monday, April 30, 2018
Migrant caravan: No room for asylum seekers at border crossing, U.S. says
Migrant caravan: Rallies, weddings before migrants enter the United States to seek asylum
The Central American migrants who traveled through Mexico in a caravan are presenting themselves at the U.S. border in a bid for asylum.
Macron's gift to Trump of White House oak tree mysteriously vanishes
Macron said the tree reflected the "ties that bind" France and the United States.
Report: Jackson not returning as Trump’s personal physician
The withdrawn VA candidate will remain on the White House medical staff, "Politico" reported.
Predators' Viktor Arvidsson accidentally breaks Bridgestone Arena's center ice scoreboard
Predators forward Viktor Arvidsson's clearing flip shot knocks panel off center ice scoreboard in Stanley Cup playoff game against Jets.
Arizona teacher strike, student loans scandal: 5 things you need to know Monday
Arizona teacher strike, Corinthian Colleges court hearing and more: The biggest news to start your day.
Tristan Thompson and the Cavs' shrewd Game 7 decision that may have saved their season
Cavaliers coach Ty Lue made a bold decision ahead of Game 7 and tweaked his starting lineup. The move paid huge dividends in a 105-101 win.
Starting with Browns' Baker Mayfield, most intriguing story lines out of the NFL draft
With the 2018 NFL draft in the books, it's time to see how the Browns' Baker Mayfield, the Jets' Sam Darnold, free agents and others fit in plans.
Sajid Javid replaces Amber Rudd as U.K. home minister amid immigration scandal
Sajid Javid replaced Amber Rudd, who was the fourth member of Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet to resign in six months.
T-Mobile, Sprint CEOs move past their nasty tweets as companies merge
Oh, what a difference a few years, and billions of dollars, can make.
Readers debate: Who's really to thank for Korean peace talks?
After a historic meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea, talks of peace and denuclearization have sparked a debate on who's to thank.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
A pollisng station official explains the voting proceedure to a Lebanese national preparing to cast her ballot in the middle-eastern nations parliamentary election at a polling station set up at the Lebanese School in Abidjan on April 29, 2018. Leban
White House Correspondents' Dinner: Michelle Wolf obliterates Sarah Huckabee Sanders
McCain's son-in-law: 'John hugged me tonight. He asked me to take care of Meghan.'
'Avengers: Infinity War' blows up the box office: Biggest opening weekend ever
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