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FBI arrests leader of armed militia stopping migrants at U.S.-Mexico border

The FBI on Saturday said it had arrested Larry Hopkins, the leader of an armed group who have been stopping migrants who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border in New Mexico.
Hopkins, 69, also known as Johnny Horton, was arrested in Sunland Park, N.M.
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Meet Pete Buttigieg, the rising star of the 2020 presidential race

A relatively unknown millennial mayor is cutting through a crowded field of 18 Democrats vying for their party’s presidential nomination and the chance to take on U.S. President Donald Trump in 2020.
Boasting an impressive resume – Harvard grad, Rhodes scholar, Afghanistan war veteran, multilingual McKinsey consultant, concert pianist, author of a New York Times bestseller – Pete Buttigieg has generated much enthusiasm among several top Democrats.
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Zookeeper hospitalized after tiger attack at Topeka Zoo

TOPEKA, Kan. - City officials say a tiger mauled a zookeeper at the Topeka Zoo in northeastern Kansas.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the incident happened around 9:30 a.m. Saturday, when a Sumatran tiger named Sanjiv attacked the worker in a secured, indoor space.
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Democrats running for president divided on investigating Trump post-White House

AMHERST, N.H. -- Some Democratic contenders for president aren't saying whether they would re-open investigations into U.S. President Donald Trump if they were to oust him from the White House in 2020.
Their reluctance comes as some liberals, including fellow 2020 challenger Sen.
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Police: Attacker kills 1 woman with axe, injures 2nd in NYC

NEW YORK -- Police say a woman was hacked to death and a second woman is being treated for stab wounds after a killer who may have used an axe attacked them inside a Brooklyn apartment.
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Over 100 citizens return to Kosovo following ISIS collapse in Syria

Kosovo brought back 110 of its citizens from Syria on Saturday, including jihadists who had gone to fight in the country's civil war and 74 children, the government said.
After the collapse of Islamic State's self-declared caliphate in Syria and Iraq, countries around the world are wrestling with how to handle militants and their families seeking to return.
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'Nothing for the needy': Notre-Dame not France's only problem, say protesters

French yellow vest protesters set fires along a march route through Paris on Saturday to drive home a message to a government they see as out of touch with the problems of the poor — rebuilding the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral isn't the only problem France needs to solve.
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George Zimmerman banned from Tinder

MIAMI -- The ex-neighbourhood watch volunteer who killed an unarmed black teen in Florida in 2012 has been banned from the dating app Tinder.
An emailed statement from Tinder cited users' safety as a reason for removing George Zimmerman's profile.
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Attackers raid family party, kill 13 in Mexico

MEXICO CITY -- Police in eastern Mexico say gunmen broke into a family party and opened fire, killing 13 people and wounding at least four others.
The Veracruz state Public Security Department says seven men, five women and a child were killed in the Friday night attack at an events hall in the oil city of Minatitlan near the Gulf of Mexico.
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20 years after Columbine shooting, survivors remember 13 killed

LITTLETON, Colo. -- A Colorado community will mark the 20th anniversary of the attack on Columbine High School on Saturday with community service projects and a ceremony remembering the 13 people killed by teenage gunmen.
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Egypt votes on referendum extending el-Sissi's rule to 2030

CAIRO -- Egyptians voted Saturday on constitutional amendments that would allow President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to stay in power until 2030 and broaden the military's role -- changes blasted by critics as another major step toward authoritarian rule.
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5-year-old Michigan boy calls 911 to ask for McDonald's

WYOMING, Mich. -- A 5-year-old Michigan boy had a craving for McDonald's but his grandmother was sleeping so he called 911 and made a request.
WZZM-TV in Grand Rapids reports Iziah Hall of Wyoming asked the dispatcher: "Can you bring me McDonald's?" Dispatcher Sara Kuberski says she told him no but reached out to the police.
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Egyptians vote on changes that would extend el-Sissi's rule

CAIRO -- Egyptians went to the polls Saturday for the first of three days of voting on constitutional amendments that would allow President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to stay in power until 2030 and broaden the military's role.
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