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The United States to stop retaining any immigrants arrested at the border

US. Customs and border protection will begin to release some families arrested near the border in southern Texas as detention centers fill capacity, an agency official said Tuesday. CBP will provide some of the families arrested in the Rio Grande Valley area with messages to appear in court. Others will be released on their own, which means that they have …

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Justice Neil Gorsuch vote decisively in the case of Indian Treaty: NPR

Justice of the Supreme Court Neil Gorsuch submits to the Court's official portraits in the East Conference Hall of the Supreme Court building on November 30, 2018, in Washington, D.C. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images hide caption change caption Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images Justice of the Supreme Court Neil Gorsuch submits to the Court's official portraits in the East …

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Why Democrats want to abolish Electoral College, pack Supreme Court

Elizabeth Warren wants to get rid of the Electoral College. She is billing this as a step toward reform. "Every vote matters," the U.S. senator from Massachusetts customs CNN, "and the way we make that happen is that we can have national voting, and that means get rid of the Electoral College." She argued that presidential nominees no longer campaign …

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Border patrol announces 4th in the repository's death since December

Breaking News Emails Get urgent news alerts and special reports. March 20, 2019, 02:37 GMT By Associated Press EL PASO, Texas – Foreigners officials say a Mexican immigrant died Monday after his arrest near a border crossing. US Customs and Border Protection announced the death Tuesday, agents arrested the 40-year-old man early Sunday to return into the country illegally. His …

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Abel Prize Karen Uhlenbeck: A woman just won "Nobel Food Prize" – for the first time ever

American Karen Uhlenbeck has won the 201 Abel Prize, often called "math Nobel" prize. The achieved mathematician is the first woman in history to win the difference from the Norwegian Academy of Sciences. Uhlenbeck received the award for "her pioneering achievements in geometric partial differential equations, measurement theory and integrated systems and for the fundamental impact of her work on …

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Indians inmates in Texas don't have to cut hair, court rules

Breaking News Emails Get urgent news alerts and special reports. March 20, 2019, 04:07 GMT By Associated Press BEEVILLE, Texas – Three male native American prisoners in Texas will be allowed to grow their hair far as an expression of their religious beliefs after having won a lawsuit against the state prison system. US District Director Nelva Gonzales Ramos ruled …

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Incorrect conviction to cost San Francisco $ 13.1M

SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco's Supervisory Board unanimously voted Tuesday to pay $ 13.1 million to a man found to have been framed by the city police in a murder case. Jamal Trulove, an aspiring actor and hip hop artist, spent more than eight years after bars after being sentenced to life in prison in 2010 when he beat a …

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