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  1. The news comes one week after President Trump said, "The United States will not be a migrant camp, and it will not be a refugee holding facility."
  2. Harley-Davidson says new tariffs from the European Union are prompting the company to shift production of motorcycles sold in Europe overseas. The EU tariffs were in response to U.S. tariffs.
  3. If you are bitten by a Lone Star tick, you could develop an unusual allergy to red meat. And as this tick's territory spreads beyond the Southeast, the allergy seems to be spreading with it.
  4. Doctors want to remind moms to get certain vaccines while pregnant. Whooping cough in particular can be deadly for newborns, but only about 50 percent of pregnant women get the vaccine.
  5. President Trump's mixed messages on immigration are making it difficult for Republicans on Capitol Hill to coalesce around legislation. House GOP leaders are still struggling with internal splits.
  6. President Trump is campaigning for South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster ahead of Tuesday's primary, and he's also endorsed New York Rep. Dan Donovan. But both could still lose their primaries.
  7. Recep Tayyip Erdogan's victory ushers in a powerful new executive presidency eliminating the prime minister's role and granting the leader the ability to rule by decree and dissolve parliament.
  8. Administration officials unveiled the plan to reunify families separated under the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy, but offered few details on how and when reunifications would happen.
  9. Hall, the author of more than 40 books, died on Saturday at his family farm in the town of Wilmot, N.H.
  10. President Trump wants to abolish the Education Department as a standalone agency. He's the latest Republican to try. NPR's Michel Martin looks back on the history with Alyson Klein of Education Week.