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Driver Due In Court After Deaths Of Migrants In Sweltering Tractor-Trailer:

The driver of a tractor-trailer turned deadly transporter for undocumented migrants is due to face criminal charges in a Texas court Monday in what police are calling a human trafficking crime.

Authorities called to the San Antonio Walmart lot Sunday morning where the trailer was parked found eight bodies and 30 undocumented immigrants severely injured from overheating inside. A ninth person later died in hospital, ICE officials said. Thirty-nine people were recovered from the trailer, including one person who was found in a nearby wooded area.

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Trump Jr.’s Legal Team Adds Another Lawyer:

Donald Trump Jr.’s legal team has a new member.

Karina Lynch, an attorney at Washington law firm Williams & Jensen, confirmed to CNN on Sunday that she has joined Alan Futerfas in representing President Donald Trump’s eldest son.
While Futerfas has frequently represented clients in organized crime and cybersecurity cases, Lynch worked for years as a counsel for two Republican senators, according to her Williams & Jensen biography.

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Trunks Not Made For Swimming: Elephants Rescued from Sri Lankan Sea:

Elephants still can’t fly, but maybe they can swim — at least for a little bit.

On Sunday morning, a Sri Lankan naval patrol rescued two distressed elephants stranded at sea off the island’s eastern coast, according to the national navy.

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Linkin Park Cancels Tour After Frontman’s Death:

Linkin Park has canceled its upcoming tour just days after the death of the band’s frontman, Chester Bennington.

Concert promoter Live Nation made the announcement via a tweet, which the band’s official account retweeted

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‘Dunkirk’ Wins Weekend Box Office, ‘Girls Trip’ Surprises:

Dunkirk” won at the box office and “Girls Trip” surprised.

Christopher Nolan’s World War II epic beat expectations this weekend, bringing in estimated $50.5 million in North America. Overall, the film brought in $105.9 million worldwide

Box office analysts pegged the Warner Bros. film starring Tom Hardy and Mark Rylance at roughly a $40 million U.S. opening, but a wave of rave reviews appeared to push the film higher.

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source: CNN.com

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