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For the next three months, airport customs and border agents will test facial recognition that aims to identify foreigners who stay in the United States too long. Kris Van Cleave reports from Washington Dulles International Airport on how the new technology has some worried anonymity will be a thing of the past.
For 3 months, border agents at a major airport will test technology to try and identify foreigners who have overstayed their welcome
Record-breaking rain is bringing new danger to the southern Plains. Texas officials asked hundreds of people to evacuate their homes overnight due to new flash flooding. Forecasters say drenching downpours from Kansas to Texas may bring more flash floods through tomorrow night. Don Dahler reports.
Record-setting rain drenched the city overnight forcing dozens of rescues. One firefighter carried a young boy out of his apartment building. The water quickly rose as high as people's necks. The Weather Channel’s David Malakoff reports from the middle of the flooding.
Federal indictment of ex-House Speaker Dennis Hastert shocks Capitol Hill, and flooding worries far from over in Texas
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