A far-reaching bill to remake the US immigration system is headed to the full Senate, where tough battles are brewing on gay marriage, border security and other contentious issues, with the outcome impossible to predict.
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Restaurant owner sits out twister next to frozen food
Predawn emergency workers searched feverishly for survivors in the rubble of homes, primary schools and a hospital in an Oklahoma City suburb ravaged on Monday afternoon by a massive tornado feared to have killed up to 24 people and injured more than 200 residents.
Previously barred Myanmar leader to meet Obama and woo business
Concerned nations continued their diplomatic communications on Pyongyang's nuclear issue, as Glyn Davies, the US special representative for policy on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, arrived in Beijing and exchanged views with Chinese officials on Wednesday.