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Massive fireball at Mexico pipeline tap kills at least 66 people

More than 85 other people on Saturday were listed as missing

Man recalls freeing Prince Phillip from crashed SUV, baby from 2nd car

Witness says ​he was driving home from work when the accident involving Philip's Land Rover and a compact car unfolded in front of him

Americans killed in Syria suicide bombing identified

The Pentagon has identified four Americans among at least 20 people who died in a suicide bombing this week in northern Syria. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. It was the deadliest assault on U.S. troops in Syria since American forces went there in 2015. Charlie D’Agata reports.

Trump set to meet with Kim Jong Un next month

The White House said Friday President Trump will have another meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. At their first summit last June, Kim made a vague promise to work toward denuclearization. But little has been done. Margaret Brennan reports.

Parents of American killed in Nairobi said attack reminded them of 9/11

American Jason Spindler was killed when gunmen stormed a hotel complex in Nairobi. His parents went to Kenya to bring their son home. Debora Patta spoke to them about their loss.

Parents of American killed in Nairobi say it felt like 9/11 all over again

Jason Spindler survived the 9/11 attacks and gave up his Wall Street career to help others in developing countries

A bipartisan immigration bill lawmakers think Trump might support

Two Florida congressmen, one from each major party, have introduced a bill to grant Venezuelans in the U.S. Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

El Chapo mistress describes “naked” drug lord’s escape

"He took off running. He left us behind," Lucero Guadalupe Sanchez Lopez said Thursday in Joaquin Guzman's drug trafficking trial

Thousands more migrant children may have been separated, watchdog says

It is unknown how many children have been separated from their families by immigration authorities, report says

U.S. refuses to discuss Iranian TV anchorwoman’s detention

Son says U.S. national being held on a law that one expert says feds resorts to, "when they need a reason to arrest somebody but they don't have one"

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