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Makeshift memorial for 10 immigrants who died after being inside a sweltering tractor-trailer in Texas includes unopened bottles of water
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- The Latest on the deaths of 10 people whose bodies were found in a broiling tractor-trailer in a Walmart parking lot in San Antonio, Texas (all times local):...

Immigrants crammed into a broiling tractor-trailer in Texas are recounting a horrific journey during which they had no water, took turns breathing from a single air hole and pounded on the sides to try to get the driver's attention
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- The tractor-trailer was pitch-black inside, crammed with maybe 90 immigrants or more, and already hot when it left the Texas border town of Laredo for the 150-mile trip north to San Antonio....

The small Iowa trucking company linked to the deadly case of immigrant smuggling in Texas has a history of safety and tax violations and financial problems
SCHALLER, Iowa (AP) -- The small, family-owned Iowa trucking company linked to the deadly case of immigrant smuggling in Texas has a history of safety and tax violations and financial problems, public records show....

Sen. John McCain will return to the United States Senate for a make-or-break vote to repeal and replace 'Obamacare' Tuesday _ just days after getting diagnosed with a brain tumor
WASHINGTON (AP) -- John McCain will make a dramatic return to the Senate for a make-or-break vote on Republican health care legislation Tuesday just days after getting diagnosed with brain cancer, giving an emotional and arithmetical boost to his party's reeling effort to repeal Obamacare....

A helicopter have rescued hikers clinging to tree branches and perched on boulders as a flash flood tore through a normally quiet creek in Arizona
A helicopter rescued hikers clinging to tree branches and perched on boulders as a flash flood tore through a normally quiet creek in Arizona, where unpredictable summer storms can rapidly wash churning torrents into canyons and trap those looking to take advantage of cooler weather after the rain....

A teenage driver lost control of her car while she was livestreaming on Instagram and recorded part of the crash that authorities say killed her sister in California
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -- A teenage driver lost control of her car while she was livestreaming on Instagram and recorded part of the crash that authorities said Monday killed her younger sister in California....

At least two people were killed and six hurt when a car slammed into a group of people and then into a nursing home Monday in southeast South Dakota in an apparent accident, authorities said
ALCESTER, S.D. (AP) -- Two people were killed and six others hurt when an 81-year-old woman drove into a group of people and then into a nursing home Monday in southeast South Dakota in an apparent accident, authorities said....

More than three years after a coroner declared a teen girl dead, a Northern California judge is deciding whether to revoke her death certificate at the family's request
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- More than three years after a coroner declared a teenage girl dead, a Northern California judge is expected to soon decide whether to revoke her death certificate....

A U.S. Army soldier based in Hawaii is pleading not guilty to charges of attempting to support the Islamic State group
HONOLULU (AP) -- A U.S. Army soldier based in Hawaii pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of attempting to support the Islamic State group....

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has cleared the way for President Donald Trump's commission on election fraud to resume collecting voter information from states
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- A federal judge on Monday cleared the way for President Donald Trump's commission on election fraud to resume collecting detailed voter roll information from the states....

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At the twilight of a storied career, Sen. John McCain may be poised to rescue the GOP campaign to repeal and replace "Obamacare" despite a recent brain tumor diagnosis

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