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As summit looms, North Korean media return to angry tone

As summit looms, North Korean media return to angry tone


The official media had until recently taken a relatively subdued tone amid the North's diplomatic overtures to its neighbors. That first changed last week.

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$775 per kid, per night: Separating families at the border costs millions more than keeping them together, according to an official at the Dept. of Health and Human Service

A woman, already behind bars for killing two ex-lovers, is being accused of feeding the remains of her victims to her neighbors at a barbecue.

I did a ride-along yesterday with the El Centro Sector is the U.S. Border Patrol. Here’s what I learned about how they’ve implemented the zero-tolerance policy in California’s Imperial Valley: @mydesert

The images Spenser Rapone posted on Twitter from his West Point graduation were intentionally shocking: In one, the smirking cadet opens his dress uniform to expose a T-shirt with a blood-red image of socialist icon Che Guevara.

President @RealDonaldTrump bows to public pressure to end child separation from families with an executive order.

@SBSNews Senator Pauline Hanson: “I’ve actually decided to support the government in the tax cuts which the Australian people need” #auspol @SBSNews

Pauline Hanson confirms One Nation will support the government’s full tax package in the Senate #auspol @SBSNews

Australian mother, daughter killed in Sri Lanka car crash

“Their plan is to detain families together indefinitely. This is a step up from family separations, but detaining families is not the answer,” said Sarah Pierce, a policy analyst at the think tank Migration Policy Institute.

Robert Jackler: Ads for e-cigarettes like Juul sound a lot like the “health reassurance ads” of the past via @NBCNewsTHINK

Michael Bloomberg's investment gives Democrats a massive financial boost as they look retake 24 Republican-held seats they must flip to seize the majority.

Breaking: LDS Church issues updated guidelines for bishop's interviews with youth, women and children. The guidelines address concerns expressed by current and former members about one-on-one interviews and questions of a sexual nature.

Speaker Ryan says House will vote Thursday on legislation that addresses family separations.

"The administration says it wants Congress to act, and we are."

President Trump signs order stopping his policy of separating families at border: "We're going to have strong, very strong borders, but we're going to keep the families together. I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated."

TONIGHT: @SteveKornacki returns with a #WayTooEarly2020 deep dive into how this year’s midterm races will play into the path to the presidency.

Watch live here on @NBCNews Periscope or after the Trump rally in Minnesota.

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