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In A Chaotic Week For U.K. Politics, What's Next For Brexit?

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| Here's what to know about key issues during this extraordinary and chaotic moment in British politics. The U.K.'s deadline to leave the European Union is March 29.

Federal Immigration Agents Separated More Migrant Children Than Previously Thought

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Before family separation became an official and controversial policy of the Trump administration, federal immigration agents separated "thousands" of migrant children from their parents.

Verdict Expected For Chicago Cops Charged In Cover-Up Of Laquan McDonald Shooting

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The three officers were charged with conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and official misconduct for allegedly exaggerating the threat the 17-year-old posed to officers.

Shutdown Threatens To Stall Recovery In Wildfire-Ravaged Paradise, Calif.

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A federal grant for basic infrastructure projects is stalled. There is concern that, if fire survivors don't see evidence that recovery has begun, they could give up hope and leave the region.

Louisville Renames Airport After Late Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali

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The renowned boxer and humanitarian advocate traveled the world but always credited his hometown in Kentucky. He died in 2016.

'Next Round's On Me': Buy A Federal Worker A Beer In New D.C. Initiative

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As businesses and government employees feel the impact of the partial shutdown, one website lets anyone buy a beer for an unpaid worker.

Airline Cabin Crew Accused Of Acting As Couriers In International Drug Syndicate

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Eight people arrested in Australia are linked to an international crime syndicate that police say is responsible for smuggling heroin and methamphetamine.

From A Cell To A Home: Ex-Inmates Find Stability With Innovative Program

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A novel housing program in California links people recently released from long-term prison sentences with hosts willing to rent space in their homes.

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Huawei Founder Denies His Firm Spies For China

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In rare remarks to foreign media, Ren Zhengfei says his telecommunications equipment company is independently owned and would not give China user data. Experts disagree.