10 things to know for Monday, July 7: Where to find ground zero for surge in illegal immigration
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A deputy working the border in South Texas describes being approached by 50 people at a time, immigrants looking to turn themselves in and stay in the states while they await processing. He says the last two months have been "chaos."
Israel's leader calls for calm after authorities mark a breakthrough in a case that touched off violent protests in Arab sections of Jerusalem and northern Israel.
With concern about al-Qaida's efforts to produce a bomb that would go undetected through security, some U.S.-bound passengers will be asked to power on their electronic devices before boarding.
Public initiatives in Germany, among other countries, help youths drop extremist neo-Nazi and jihadist ideologies.
With a who's who of the liquored, loyal and loose-lipped, a KGB defector stole away from the Soviet Union, bringing to the West a dossier of secrets amounting to one of the biggest intelligence leaks in history.
Neil Eggleston has the challenge of preparing for a lawsuit by House Speaker John Boehner against President Barack Obama without yet knowing exactly what the legal arguments will be.
An Associated Press-GfK survey finds that while many in the U.S. don't really like the Democrats or the Republicans, most continue to align with one or the other.
The video believed to show Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi delivering a sermon at a mosque in Mosul would be the first public appearance for the Islamic State group leader.
New doctors receive refreshers on surgical instruments and how to break bad news to patients before they begin their residencies.
The Serbian tennis star captured his second title at Wimbledon, preventing the Swiss legend from winning a record eighth.