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 •  Trump's executive order does nothing to reunite 2,300 migrant children forcibly separated from their families
After days of backlash over children getting separated from their parents on the southern border, President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order to detain families together as they attempt to enter the United States illegally.
 
 •  House immigration reform bills likely headed for failure
The House will vote on two broad immigration proposals Thursday, but barring some major shift in momentum, both of those proposals are headed toward failure.
 
 •  Mayor: Some kids in centers have lice, bed bugs
 
 •  Analysis: Trump's reversal creates its own chaos
President Donald Trump's biggest reversal is sparking fresh political and legal chaos -- and new accusations of inhumanity toward undocumented migrant children split from their parents at the southern border.
 
 •  Here are the distant states where migrant children are being sent
Hundreds of migrant children forcibly separated from their parents were transferred thousands of miles away from the border and some already have been placed in foster care, officials said.
 
 •  Navarro mocks fellow conservative over Trump reversal
Political commentator Ana Navarro tears into former Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes over President Trump's reversal on separating families at the US-Mexico border.
 
 •  Opinion: America's shredded moral authority
Those who have served overseas representing the United States know the awesome power of the nation's brand. Our reputation as a country dedicated to freedom and justice precedes all who are honored to identify themselves as American officials.
 
 •  Your online shopping may get more expensive
 
 •  Intel CEO resigns over 'relationship' with employee
 
 •  Charlottesville rally organizer wants to hold 'white civil rights rally' near White House
The organizer of the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last year has applied for a permit to hold a "white civil rights rally" in front of the White House in August.
 
 •  Suspect arrested in slaying of rapper XXXTentacion
A 22-year-old man has been arrested and charged with murder in the fatal Broward County, Florida, shooting of rapper XXXTentacion, police said Thursday.
 
 •  City apologizes for role in slave trade
Inside a city hall built by forced labor, council members apologized for Charleston, South Carolina's role in the slave trade.
 
 •  Officer who fatally shot teen running from car suspected in shooting was just sworn in
Hours after being sworn in on the local force Tuesday, a suburban Pittsburgh officer fatally shot a 17-year-old who ran when police stopped a vehicle suspected in a shooting, according to authorities and a local mayor.
 
 •  Macron scolds teen for casual greeting
When a schoolboy addressed the French President Emmanuel Macron with a nickname, he got a sharp reply.
 
 •  Italy to rescue ship: Don't bring migrants here
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has warned yet another migrant rescue ship it will not be able to dock in Italian ports and accused it of violating international laws.
 
 •  Wife of Israeli PM charged with fraud
The wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was charged with fraud and breach of trust Thursday over the alleged misuse of state funds at the couple's official residence.
 
 •  New Time cover shows Trump towering over a sobbing toddler
The Trump administration's policy that effectively separated families crossing the US border has held up a big, glaring mirror to America's moral character. In TIME magazine's latest cover, the reflection is met with indifference in the face of human suffering.
 
 •  Late night roasts Trump's reversal
Late-night hosts mock President Trump after he reversed course after days of digging in on a policy that resulted in immigrant families being separated at the border.
 
 •  Secret Service notified about Peter Fonda's obscene Barron Trump tweet
The United States Secret Service has been alerted in response to a tweet by actor Peter Fonda, who said Barron Trump -- President Donald Trump's youngest son -- should be separated from his mother and put "in a cage with pedophiles."
 
 •  Charity CEO who runs shelters among highest paid in country
The CEO who runs 26 immigrant shelters across the country makes nearly $1.5 million a year, which makes him one of the highest paid charity CEO's in the country. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
 
 •  GOP House member unloads on Paul Ryan in explosive floor exchange
On the eve of two major immigration votes, weeks of hard-fought negotiations took a turn with a heated blowup on the House floor between two lead negotiators.
 
 •  Trump asked NFL players who he should pardon. Here's their response
Earlier this month, President Donald Trump said he wants professional athletes who kneel during the National Anthem to protest racial injustice to tell him who they think the President should pardon next.
 
 •  Trump, Putin plan to meet in July
 
 •  Report: WH considering merger of Education, Labor departments
The White House is looking to merge the Education and Labor departments into one federal agency as part of a larger plan to restructure government federal agencies, The Washington Post reported Wednesday evening.
 
 •  GOP lawmaker rips seizure of reporter's records
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan criticized the seizure of a New York Times reporter's records as part of a leak investigation.
 
 •  WH economic adviser expected to return Monday after heart attack
Larry Kudlow, director of President Donald Trump's National Economic Council, is expected to return to work Monday, two sources familiar with the matter tell CNN. He has been recovering at home after suffering a mild heart attack earlier this month.
 
 •  Kim Jong Un ends visit to China with a message for the US
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ended a celebratory visit to China's President Xi Jinping on Wednesday with tea, praise, handshakes -- and a message for the US.
 
 •  Don Lemon: Trump couldn't defend the indefensible
CNN's Don Lemon says President Trump reversed his own zero tolerance immigration policy that separated children from their families, after his administration could not continue to defend the indefensible.
 
 •  He made $400,000 flipping a house
 
 •  Former NFL MVP facing a career crossroads
 
 •  Tiffany is giving cool a try. And it's working
 
 •  Cher avoids Trump question, does this instead
Why would a question about President Donald Trump prompt singer Cher to eat cow's tongue? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
 
 •  Opinion: Pivotal moment in American Protestantism
In a rare move on Monday, more than 600 leaders in the United Methodist Church filed a strongly worded formal complaint against Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a Methodist church member, charging him with violating the church's Book of Discipline in his immigration policy, which details "child abuse" (citing advocating for family separation and incarceration of children) and "racial discrimination."
 
 •  Netflix hit boosts sales of breakfast favorite
Thanks to the popularity of Netflix's "Stranger Things," sales of Eggo waffles have gotten a boost. But one analyst says the gap between seasons has sent some Eggo sales to the upside down.
 
 •  Make $100,000? Where you may get biggest tax cut
 
 •  Ex-college football player comes out as gay
 
 •  MLB fan injured by a flying hot dog
 
 •  Mom discovers she was given wrong baby
A West Virginia couple says a local hospital mixed up two newborn babies, after the mother showed off one baby to relatives and noticed there was no family resemblance.
 
 •  Wrestling legend Vader dies at 63
 
 •  Forget your 401k if you own a home (do this)
 
 •  Burger King apologizes for bizarre World Cup promotion
 
 •  France vs. Peru
 
 •  Man bikes 2,600 miles to World Cup
 
 •  Ronaldo breaks international goal record
 
 •  The best photos of the 2018 World Cup
Uruguay punched its ticket to the World Cup knockout stage Wednesday after defeating Saudi Arabia 1-0.
 
 •  Dr. Gupta: After all my years of reporting, this still haunts me
Most of the time when you hear me talking about food, I am talking about the food we eat. But a few years ago, I realized I needed to talk more about the food we DON'T eat.
 
 •  The restaurant that serves waste food
Our interview with Adam Smith is interrupted by a raid from environmental health inspectors.
 
 •  Is Alzheimer's disease preventable?
There is no test doctors can use to conclusively determine whether someone will get Alzheimer's disease. "If you are in your 20s or 30s and want to know if you will get the disease, we don't have information to determine that now," said Heather Snyder, director of medical and scientific operations at the Alzheimer's Association.
 
 •  Challenger teacher McAuliffe's lessons will finally be taught
 
 •  11-year-old divorcing 38-year-old husband
 
 •  Summer solstice: Everything you need to know
In the Northern Hemisphere, the summer solstice has a history of stirring libidos, and it's no wonder.
 
 •  'SNL' star confirms engagement to Ariana Grande
During an interview on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "Saturday Night Live" cast member Pete Davidson confirmed that he is engaged to singer Ariana Grande.
 
 •  Koko, the gorilla who mastered sign language, has died
Koko, the gorilla who mastered sign language and showed the world what great apes can do, has died.
 
 •  Thousands of electric scooters are coming to Paris' streets
 
 •  What Trump's dark language reveals
 
 •  De Blasio: A terrified boy's story symbolizes Trump's policy
 
 •  In Sudan, the #JusticeForNoura campaign gave a voice to the voiceless
 
 •  Lewandowski's 'womp, womp' is terrifying
First they came for immigrants, and let the record show, Corey Lewandowski said, "womp womp."
 
 •  This is pivotal moment for America's Protestants
 
 •  7 years after Obama's 'worst mistake' in Libya
 
 •  You could save thousands in interest by doing this
 
 •  2018's Best CD's
 
 •  4 cards to have you flying in no time
 
 •  Ex-CIA director condemns treatment of migrants at southern border
Ex-CIA Director Michael Hayden defended the positions of US allies who have come out against US immigration practices at the Southern border.
 
 •  How quickly will separated families be reunited?
These are the places where infant and child migrants are held in Combes, Texas. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.
 
 •  Michael Cohen resigns from Republican National Committee post
President Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen has stepped down from a role with the Republican National Committee, multiple sources confirmed to CNN on Wednesday.
 
 •  Cooper: Trump won't admit he reversed course
CNN's Anderson Cooper breaks down how the Trump administration reversed course on separating immigrant children from families after blaming Congress for the problem and saying only it could solve the issue.
 
 •  Hospital drugs policy killed 456 patients. Now families want justice
 
 •  International Yoga Day: India's Modi on the mat
 
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