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The package labeled & # 39; Anne Thrax & # 39; probed at Waters LA office

The department responded just before 3pm local time after the police department in Los Angeles requested a response to dangerous material. The fire department reported that no patients demanded evaluation. The department started leaving the scene at 4:38 pm. local time, according to a statement. An individual came in contact with the package, but the person had no medical complaints, …

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Pizza Man Pablo Villavicencio was released from detention

Pablo Villavicencio, 35, was imprisoned by the military police in June at Fort Hamilton, while ordering an order from the murbryggen's pizza restaurant in Queens where he worked. He was handed over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He was released from the Hudson County Correctional Center in Kearny, New Jersey, on Thursday night. "Thanks. Thanks for everything," he said. "I …

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Georgia's runoff: Republicans choose Trump-approved State Secretary for Governor

President Trumps preferred candidate for governor in Georgia won the Republican nomination Tuesday, which set the stage for a contest. The November showdown encapsulating the divisions that have been deepened during its presidency. State Secretary Brian Kemp, an immigration hard-moving player who won Trump's support less than a week before the vote, defeated lt. Gov. Casey Cagle in a sewer …

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White House plans $ 12 billion in disaster relief for farmers caught in Trump's commercial war

The Trump administration announced Tuesday up to $ 12 billion in disaster relief to farmers caught in an escalating trade war attempting to cure a Republican opposition to President Donald Trump's trade policy. The aid is designed to help farmers meet tariffs in China, Mexico and other countries that imposed charges on US products in response to Trump's new tariffs …

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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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