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Military Bases To Start Building Tents After July 4 To House Migrant Families

The Department of Defense plans to start building tent encampments on two military bases in Texas to house migrant families apprehended at the border.

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Military Bases To Start Building Tents After July 4 To House Migrant Families

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Maryland Newsroom Shooting That Left 5 Dead Was 'Targeted Attack'

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Ochre Edamame
Deep Melorman
Delta Trance Emancipator
Tip Top Tipper
Apogee Tycho
Clef Club, No. 2 [From Ragtime] Randy Newman
Something Like Avalanches sleepmakeswaves
New Leaf Thomas Newman
The Very Idea Detritus
Angels and Brotherly Love Saxon Shore

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Coachella's Strict Radius Clause 'Sucks The Oxygen' Out Of The Festival World, Lawsuit Argues

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Monoliths Maserati
Night Diamond Unwed Sailor
The Fixer Still Corners
Origins God Is An Astronaut

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Cape Town Averts 'Day Zero' By Limiting Water Use

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Out Alee Hundred Waters
Sanctuary Maybeshewill