NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. government may have separated "thousands" more immigrant children from their parents than previously known but inadequate record-keeping means the exact number is still unclear, an internal watchdog said on Thursday.
- Talks to resume as Los Angeles teachers' strike enters fourth day
- U.S. Army vows to fix 'broken' housing at Fort Meade in wake of Reuters report
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- Judge finds Chicago policemen not guilty in conspiracy trial
- Teachers' strike tests Los Angeles mayor's White House hopes
- Sixteen coal ash pits contaminating Texas groundwater: report
- Five deaths blamed on storms that dump snow, rain on California
- Ex-Michigan governor says he will resign university post in Nassar fallout
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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's last-minute scramble to shape an EU exit, its biggest policy upheaval in half a century, stalled on Thursday as Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn dug in their heels for competing visions.
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- Trump missile defense review calls North Korea 'extraordinary threat'
- Chinese envoy to Canada warns against any future Huawei 5G ban
- Belarusian model who claimed Trump secrets detained in Moscow: Ifax
- UK's Prince Philip, 97, escapes unhurt from car crash
- North Korea envoy headed to U.S. to meet Pompeo, possibly Trump: source
- U.S.-backed SDF vows to escalate operations against Islamic State in Syria
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- Lampert wins Sears bankruptcy auction with $5.2 billion bid
- Nissan to lay off 700 contract workers in Mississippi
- Walmart partners with four more grocery delivery companies
- Shutdown is starting to hurt Trump's financial deregulation agenda
- Wall Street rises on report of U.S. considering end to China tariffs
- U.S. labor market strong; mid-Atlantic factory activity improves
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BRASILIA (Reuters) - A high-profile dispute between supermodel Gisele Bundchen and Brazil's agriculture minister over deforestation escalated this week, coming as activists worry about new President Jair Bolsonaro's environmental policies.
- Luxury leader LVMH planning fashion brand with Rihanna: report
- BritBox streaming service grows by catering to U.S. women over 45
- Singer Mariah Carey sues former executive assistant
- Beyonce drops lawsuit over 'Feyonce' items
- 'Better than ever,' Paris Jackson dismisses treatment report
- Rihanna sues dad to keep hands off her Fenty trademark
- ABC documentary on Theranos features ex-CEO deposition tapes
- Spike Lee joins The Killers for protest video over Trump's planned wall
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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Serena Williams was responding to emails about her clothing line and reorganizing her schedule to spend time with her one-year-old daughter shortly before beating Eugenie Bouchard 6-2 6-2 in the Australian Open second round on Thursday.
- Irving apologized to LeBron for âbeing that young playerâ
- Sharapova accepts underdog tag ahead of Wozniacki clash
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- Rallying: Qatari Al-Attiyah wins his third Dakar, Toyota's first
- Djokovic dominates Tsonga re-match to reach third round
- Confident Shapovalov primed to step up against Djokovic
- NBA roundup: Nets shock Harden, Rockets in OT
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