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Nebraska Police Seize Record Amount Of Fentanyl

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| Nebraska law enforcement recently seized 118 pounds of drugs, which they now say was entirely fentanyl. It's one of the biggest fentanyl seizures in the U.S. and enough to kill millions of people.

Border Patrol Shooting Death Of Immigrant Woman Raises Tensions In South Texas


Federal and state authorities are investigating the shooting death of a young immigrant along the U.S.-Mexico border. Few details about the incident have been released.

Harvey Weinstein Will Turn Himself In To Police On Criminal Charges


The Hollywood mogul is expected to hand himself over to police at 8 a.m. Friday in Manhattan, a source tells NPR. He's expected pay a million-dollar bail and surrender his passport.


New Census Data Shows Texas Cities Are Growing Faster Than All Other States


The study found seven of the nation's fastest-growing cities are in Texas, with San Antonio expanding by the greatest number from 2016 to 2017.

Lawmakers Propose to Extend Putin's Term Limits As President


Parliament in Chechnya submitted the legislation on Friday. It would enable the Russian leader to have a third consecutive term.

FEMA Denies Contract Extension In Puerto Rico, Power Crews Head Home


About one percent of the island's customers remain without power eight months after Hurricane Maria. Officials say power restoration will be done by May 31.

Surprise! Trump Nominates Acting VA Secretary Robert Wilkie To Fill Role Permanently


Following the disastrous nomination of the president's last pick, Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, veterans groups say they hope the embattled agency can finally get back on track.

10 killed, 10 wounded in Texas high school shooting; student suspect ID'd


The suspected shooter, who was in custody on murder charges, also had explosive devices that were found in the school and nearby, said Gov. Greg Abbott, who called the assault "one of the most heinous attacks that we've ever seen in the history of Texas schools."

How Los Angeles is celebrating the royal wedding


From royal slumber parties to royal tea, there's plenty of ways to join in the fun, right here in LA, no plane ticket required.