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'You're not wanted': Trump's proposed college student visa changes worry international students — again

International college students say they feel unwanted after yet another Trump administration proposal to restrict U.S. student visa rules.       

Tampa Bay Lightning beat Dallas Stars after overtime penalty to Stars captain Jamie Benn

Tampa Bay defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk scored a power-play goal in overtime as the Lightning took a commanding 3-1 lead in the Stanley Cup Final.       

Breonna Taylor updates: Sit-in on Brooklyn Bridge; Protests in LA, Seattle, Chicago, Philly; Demonstrators clash with Louisville police

Hundreds of protesters gathered in downtown Louisville Friday for another night of protests to honor Breonna Taylor and demand justice for her death.       

Boston Celtics fight off elimination in Game 5 of Eastern Conference finals vs. Miami Heat

Falling in an early deficit and with their backs against the wall, the Celtics fought off the Heat to force a Game 6 in the Eastern Conference finals.       

Fact check: Claim of double standards between COVID-19, swine flu responses is inaccurate

The claim correctly cites Swine flu case counts but is inaccurate on other points, including the response to H1N1.       

'Blatant disregard and disrespect of Black people': Virginia district apologizes for segregated schools - 53 years later

The county operated segregated schools until 1967, nearly 13 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.       

Charlize Theron shares rare photos of kids Jackson, August: 'Happy #NationalDaughtersDay'

Charlize Theron, known for keeping her kids out of the spotlight, has shared photos of her adopted children, Jackson, 8, and August, 4, on Instagram.       

'Blatant disregard and disrespect of Black people': Virginia district apologizes for segregated schools - 50 years later

The county operated segregated schools until 1967, nearly 13 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.       

Breonna Taylor protests: Louisville police used flash bangs before curfew; Chicago, Boston and New York see protests Friday

Hundreds of protesters gathered in downtown Louisville Friday for another night of protests to honor Breonna Taylor and demand justice for her death.       

Breonna Taylor protests: Louisville police use flash bangs before curfew; protesters vow to continue making city 'uncomfortable'

Hundreds of protesters gathered in downtown Louisville Friday for another night of protests to honor Breonna Taylor and demand justice for her death.       

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