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Man who exchanged fire with Texas shooter: 'I was scared to death'

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| Stephen Willeford, a former NRA instructor, said he knew that each shot fired in the church "represented someone" and then he acted despite being scared for the victims, himself and his family.

Gun violence: Comparing the U.S. with other countries

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The latest data on deaths by gun violence shows how the U.S. ranks among rich nations and lower income countries.

Everything we know about the Sutherland Springs mass shooting

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26 people were killed and another 20 wounded when a man wearing black tactical gear opened fire in a Baptist Church in a small South Texas town.

More border crossers are being prosecuted this new era of enforcement

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Authorities are now prosecuting first-time border crossers after years of prosecuting only repeat offenders. The move is a small part of the increased enforcement.

Haitian immigrants worry their temporary protected status will end

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The administration looks like it won't extend the program, which allows some people to stay if their countries are at war or devastated by natural disasters.

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Power, consent and sexual harassment in the public eye

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Is the outcry against sexual harassment going too far? Or do people still not understand consent?

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Trump launches Asia trip with a warning to North Korea

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"No one — no dictator, no regime and no nation — should underestimate, ever, American resolve," President Trump said.

There's an immigration gap in how Latinos perceive discrimination

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U.S.-born Latinos are almost twice as likely as immigrant Latinos to say that someone had made negative assumptions about them because of their race or ethnicity.

Instead of #MeToo, French women say 'Out Your Pig'

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The #MeToo movement goes global as French women come up with their own hashtag — one that points at aggressors, not victims.