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Students at an Arizona school leave after a classmate was transferred to border agents

On Monday, more than 100 of his classmates left the Desert View High School and marched in protest against the Pima County Sheriff's Department. It was the sheriff's department who made the 18-year-old unoccupied student over to federal authorities following the traffic jam on Thursday night, according to the sheriff's department and a school official. "We're here to get our …

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The White House instructs Don McGahn not to follow the Democrats

McGahn's decision not to follow the verdict could drive Nadler to hold McGahn in contempt for Congress, just as he moves with the bar of lawyer Barr Barr after the Justice Department declared a day move for the unredacted Mueller report and underlying evidence. 19659002] An assistant to Nadler told officials of the CNN Justice Ministry and court committee staff …

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Stepfather of the missing Houston girl, 4, "interesting" in her vanishing report, the report says.

As a desperate seeker, the landscape commenced Tuesday in a wooded area in a northeastern Houston neighborhood where a man told investigators his 4-year-old stepdaughter was abducted on Friday by three men in a pickup truck, the police revealed he is now a "person of interest" "in her disappearance. Houston Police Department told FOX26 that Darion Vence is now an …

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Twitter permanently suspends the AOC parody account to be misleading

Twitter banned the account @AOCPress, labeled as a "parody" on Monday, apparently because it sounded too much like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y. while mocking her. Social media giant has also canceled the account creator, Michael Morrison. It said that while users were able to create parody accounts, they could not use "misleading account information to conduct spam, abuse or disruptive …

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Share with Barr? The FBI director Wray says surveillance is not the same as spying

FBI director Christopher Wray, who explained to Congress Tuesday, said he would not describe the Bureau's traditional surveillance as "spying" – indicating a possible split with lawyer William Barr about his controversial use of the term to describe intelligence gathering under Russia's probe. "It's not the term I would use," Wray's lawyer told the Senate Committee when asked if FBI …

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Trump is "goading" democrats to prevent him from strengthening his base

President Donald Trump is "goading" Democrats to try to impeach him because he believes it would help "strengthen his base" of supporters, said President Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday. Pelosi has not been shy about publicly criticizing the president and his administration. But she has shown clear opposition to the politically full prospect of hindering Trump, even among growing pressures from …

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Mnuchin: Trump tax returns will not be released by Treasury Department after Democrats' demand, citing DOJ advice

Mnuchin refuses to hand over Trump taxes The Treasury Department will not release President Trump's tax returns to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, citing guidance from the Department of Justice, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin wrote in a letter Monday "In reliance on the advice of the Department of Justice, I have determined that the committee's request lacks …

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Mississippi police feel "regulated" after random meeting leading to arrest of suspected police murderer

The 19-year-old who was accused in the murder of a decorated veteran police smeared a smirk as he walked a glove of law enforcement officials who had gathered to see him booked at the same biloxi police station outside which he believed to have killed Robert McKeithen. John Miller, police chief of Mississippi, whose police tracked down Darian Tawan Atkinson, …

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