Steve Nedved

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Nov 25

U.S.-Mexico border near Tijuana reopened after migrants attempt to breach fence, Border Patrol says

Mario Tama/Getty Images(SAN YSIDRO, Calif.) —  U.S. border officials have reopened a port of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border after a group of migrants tried to illegally enter the country. The port of entry at San Ysidro, north of Tijuana and south of San Diego, had been closed since about 11:30 a.m. Sunday but was …

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Nov 25

‘I just feel lucky and blessed’: State trooper delivers baby on side of highway after pulling parents over

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A North Carolina state trooper delivered a baby — instead of a ticket — to a couple he caught speeding on the highway Saturday night. Sgt. Brian Maynard was parked on the shoulder of U.S. Route 64 near Wake County when he saw a light-colored van speeding past him at 85 mph …

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Nov 25

Pentagon identifies US Army Ranger killed in Afghanistan on third deployment

Department of Defense(WASHINGTON) — A U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan on Saturday was part of the Army’s elite 75th Ranger Regiment and on his third deployment to the country, according to U.S. Special Operations Command. Sgt. Leandro Jasso was wounded by small arms fire while conducting combat operations in the Khash Rod District of Nimruz …

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Nov 25

Ukraine says Russia has seized 3 of its navy’s ships after firing on them near Crimea

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Russia fired on and then seized three Ukrainian navy ships in the Black Sea close to Crimea on Sunday, injuring six crew members, according to Ukraine, marking a sharp spike in tensions between the two countries. In a statement posted on its Facebook page, Ukraine’s navy said that ships belonging to Russia’s …

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Nov 25

U.S.-Mexico border near Tijuana closed as migrants attempt to breach fence, Border Patrol says

Mario Tama/Getty Images(SAN YSIDRO, Calif.) — U.S. border officials have temporarily closed a port of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border as thousands of Central American migrants wait in Tijuana to apply for asylum in the U.S. The port of entry at San Ysidro, north of Tijuana and south of San Diego, have been closed since …

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Nov 25

Snowstorm causing headaches in Midwest on one of busiest travel days of year

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — More than 30 million Americans in 15 states were under weather alerts on Sunday as hazardous weather conditions threatened one of the busiest travel days of the year. Hundreds of flights were delayed or canceled across the Midwest, as major cities from Kansas City, Missouri, to Chicago were hit with heavy snow, …

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Nov 25

16-year-old arrested for allegedly making threats to gay bars, police say

iStock/Thinkstock(BOSTON) — A 16-year-old has been arrested for allegedly making threatening phone calls to two Boston bars, according to police. The teen allegedly threatened Alley Bar and dbar, both gay bars, ABC Boston affiliate WCVB-TV reported. The owner of dbar told WCVB that the bar got a “bigoted” phone call around 7:30 p.m. Friday from …

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Nov 25

Brexit: What is it, and what are the key issues?

iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) — European Union leaders in Brussels have approved an agreement that lays out how the U.K. will leave the bloc, and what future relations will be like. It is now up to the U.K. to approve it, and the EU warns that the current agreement is the “only deal possible”. What is “Brexit”? On …

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Nov 25

John Allen Chau detailed efforts to convert islanders to Christianity in final diary entries: ‘You guys might think I’m crazy’

ABC News(BANGKOK, Thailand) — The American missionary who was killed by an isolated tribe on North Sentinel Island detailed his attempts to convert the tribal members to Christianity in his final diary entries before his death. In photos obtained by ABC News of the final journal entries by Josh Allen Chau before his death, he …

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Nov 25

Family inside home when man allegedly set it on fire willing to testify in his defense

WABC(OCEAN TOWNSHIP, N.J.) — Paul Caneiro, the man accused of setting a fire at his New Jersey mansion last week, will next appear in court on Wednesday, but his family is already stepping up to defend him in a mysterious case that may include the quadruple murder of Caneiro’s brother’s family. Caneiro, 51, allegedly used …

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