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Pizza Deliveryman Detained by ICE Release by Judge

Mr. Villavicencio was arrested when delivering food from a Queens Brick-Oven Pizzeria to a Fort Hamilton Army Base. He presented a municipal ID card from the city, known as IDNYC, as Mr. Villavicencio has said he used to use at the base. This time it was not accepted. A military policeman on duty said Villavicencio needed a driver's license that …

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Liberal 9th ​​Circuit Backs Right to Wear Firearms in General, Last Pro-2nd Amendment ruling

The Liberal Ninth Circuit on Wednesday supported individuals' right to carry firearms in public. (REUTERS / Jim Urquhart) The Liberal Ninth Circuit Board granted the right of individuals to leave firearms publicly on a district court on Tuesday and drafted a bill that the court only protects it right at home. "Analyzing the text of the Second Amendment and Review …

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Exclusive: Listen to separated mothers asking for their children in court

In filming of two court proceedings received by CNN, two women who have been separated from their children have requested an immigration judge to reunite them, as he asks them if they have any evidence to back up their asylum applications. Their lawyers also ask the judge to give them a chance to do their cases, referring to their mental …

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Flash flood guard and flood warning for parts of the DC area

WASHINGTON – National Weather Service has issued a flash flood clock for the entire D.C. region for the third consecutive day. The clock does not expire until 6 o'clock on Wednesday. Police and meteorologists warn drivers to avoid high water. "There are some ways we shut down and then the water decreases, and then we open them again, just minutes …

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Yosemite Valley to close due to Ferguson Fire

Yosemite Valley will close Wednesday when the fire brigade tries to stop Ferguson Fire from spreading into the national park, according to firefighters. A dinner closure will be introduced on part of Highway 41 from Wawona to the tunnel to Yosemite Valley, according to Michael Reynolds from National Park Service. The closure is expected to be through Sunday. "Get Out …

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Kimberly Guilfoyle joins Pro-Trump Super PAC after Fox News Departure

Former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle announced Tuesday that she has joined the political group America First Action as vice chairman. The news comes five days after a Fox News spokesman told journalists in a short statement: "FOX News has been separated with Kimberly Guilfoyle." "Today I have a bitter sweet message," Guilfoyle, 49, tweeted on Tuesday. "I have decided …

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The FBI joins the pursuit of the University of Iowa student

BROOKLYN, Iowa – State and federal agents are investigating the disappearance of a 20-year University of Iowa student missing for almost a week from her native Iowa city. Volunteer seeking Mollie Tibbetts, of Brooklyn, was called this week as the FBI and state investigators took over, said Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation Spokesman Mitch Mortvedt Tuesday. "We still ask for …

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More than 450 migrant parents may have been deported without their children

WASHINGTON – The Trumpane Administration is preparing to tell a federal court Tuesday that more than 450 immigrant parents whose children divorced from them are no longer in the United States and ask questions about whether the parents fully understood that they were rejected without their children. A report submitted before a hearing in the Federal District Court in San …

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Man arrested for exercising naked at Planet Fitness

CONCORD, N.H.- It's OK to want buff-just not in buff in general, reports AP. A Massachusetts man recently discovered that trying to do a little yoga at a New Hampshire Planet Fitness. Police told the NECN that 34-year-old Eric Stagno would obviously test the chain's "Judgment Free Zone" slogan on a Plaistow gym where he denied his birthday suit and …

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