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Girl, 10, declared 6th known child to die after US border detention


Iran supreme leader criticizes politicians amid US tensions


US closes Texas border facility that detained migrant who later died


US to roll out economic part of Mideast peace plan


Rescuers finally persuade Eiffel Tower climber to come down


Reports: Iran quadruples production of low-enriched uranium


No home birth: Harry and Meghan's Archie born in a hospital


Trump says US not ramping up for military conflict with Iran


Trump warns Iran after vessels sabotaged off coast of UAE


China retaliates on tariffs, stock markets go into a slide


Pentagon: US moving Patriot missile battery to Mideast


No Archie in top US baby names, but Meghan is rising fast


Russian agent saw political analysis as 'valuable' to Russia


After Trump invite, Iran commander says: No talks with US


Notre Dame's melted roof leaves astronomical lead levels


North Korea fires 2 suspected missiles in possible new warning


Christian woman acquitted in Pakistan of blasphemy headed to Canada


Pentagon suspends war remains effort with North Korea


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SpaceX deploys 60 Starlink satellites after successful launch

SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 60 Starlink satellites that aim to provide high speed internet. This was the highest number of satellites the company has deployed at a single time.

Assange indictment: Advocates see peril for journalism

Leakers and publishers who publish leaks aren't the same, say advocates across the political spectrum.

Weinstein accusers tentatively agree to $44 million settlement

The proposed agreement, which was disclosed in bankruptcy court on Thursday, is separate from the criminal charges against Weinstein in New York.

Rep. Nadler: Robert Mueller wants to testify to Congress — but in private

Mueller is willing to give a public opening statement but closed-door testimony, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said.

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange indicted on 17 new charges under Espionage Act

"This is madness. It is the end of national security journalism and the first amendment," WikiLeaks tweeted shortly after the charges were announced.