1,012 migrant parents reunited with children after latest hearing, US says
Facing a court-ordered deadline of Thursday to reunite more than 2,500 migrant children separated from their parents at the southern border, the U.S. on Tuesday said that 1,012 parents have now been successfully reunited with their children, up from the 879 parents cited by the government Monday. Interested in Immigration? Add Immigration as an interest…
Tape appears to show Trump discussing payments involving ex-Playboy model
The nearly three-minute audio recording was provided to CNN by Lanny Davis, a lawyer who is representing Michael Cohen. By ANDREW RESTUCCIA and DARREN SAMUELSOHN 07/24/2018 10:36 PM EDT Updated 07/24/2018 11:11 PM EDT 2018-07-24T11:11-0400 Donald Trump appears to have been caught on tape during the presidential campaign discussing the logistics of making payments aimed…
B/R POWER 50: Meet the Most Influential People in Sports Culture Right Now
Here at Bleacher Report, we've debated that question all year. And the answer is not some equation or another power ranking. Influence is when "we will not shut up and dribble" is an answer people listen to, because you've been to the last seven NBA Finals. And when the entire sports world watches your family…
Rescue work under way in villages flooded by Laos dam breach
Rescuers are searching for hundreds missing in villages flooded when part of a newly built hydroelectric dam was breached in southeastern Laos. SK Engineering & Construction, one of two South Korean partners in the project, said in a statement late Tuesday that the top of one of five auxiliary earth-fill dams at the project had…
Imran Khan vies for power in Pakistan poll
Image copyright AFP Voting has begun in Pakistan after an election campaign overshadowed by concerns of manipulation and violence. Nearly 106 million people are registered to vote for members of the lower house of parliament and four provincial assemblies. The PTI party of former star cricketer Imran Khan is hoping to beat ex-leader Nawaz Sharif's…