Start Here – June 16, 2022 | ABC News

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Federal prosecutors file hate crime charges against the Buffalo supermarket shooting suspect. A surge of migrants at the border focuses attention on Operation Lone Star in Texas. And ABC News investigates claims of widespread “home title theft” that are being pushed to many Americans.

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