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ACLU claims that immigrant minors were detained in prison for Obama's year

Unscrupulous minors crossing the US-Mexico border during a historic migration wave earlier this decade were repeatedly killed, sexually abused and deprived of federal border agents food and services, according to a US report on civilian liberation reports released Wednesday. About 30,000 pages of documents received by ACLU through an open registry are consistent with a guilty of alleged abuse for …

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FBI overcoded encrypted phones connected to crime – much: two-way: NPR

The FBI acknowledged this week has significantly overestimated the number of encrypted phones that it has not been able to open. Alex Brandon / AP hide caption change caption Alex Brandon / AP The FBI acknowledged this week has significantly overestimated the number of encrypted phones that it has not been able to open. Alex Brandon / AP The FBI …

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Trump, visiting epicenter of MS-13 deaths, requires major immigration laws

He has occasionally acted to propose that the vast majority of immigrants invading the United States from Mexico are members of the brutal band. In fact, the tens of thousands of people arrested at the border during the fiscal year ending in September were only 228 members of MS-13, from 437 in 2014, under Customs and Border Protection. The chairman …

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In debate Wyoming approves of grizzly hunting in the Yellowstone area

A debate about whether the Yellowstone ecosystem grizzly bear population may thrive while hunting will be tested this fall after Wyoming officials on Wednesday approved the state's first grizzly hunt for 44 years. The hunt was approved 7-0 by the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, allowing as many as 22 grizzlies to be killed in a vast area to the …

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The Truth in a Post-Truth Era: Sandy Hook Families Sue Alex Jones, Conspiracy Theorist

Mr. Jones claims First Amendment's protection for his efforts, but the trial is challenging the defense. "The first amendment has never evidently protected false, harmful statements as they appealed," said the judgment filed on Wednesday, referring to the New York Times Company v. Sullivan. The Supreme Court has asserted press freedom. Hindringfall is hard to win. Lawyers for the victims' …

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Remus 6000 finds a shipwreck of San Jose outside Colombia

This November 2015 photo was released Monday by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution displays ceramic jars and other objects from the 300-year-old shipwreck in Spanish Galleon San José on the floor of the Caribbean Sea. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution / AP) Spanish tax fleets crossing the Atlantic to America and back were a 17th century invention as important as free two-day …

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Wyoming approves the first grizzly bear hunt in 44 years

CHEYENNE, WYO. – Wyoming has approved its first search for grizzly bears since the 1970s. The hunt this fall will be greatest in the lower 48 states since the US Fish and Wildlife Service removed grizzlies protection in the Yellowstone region 2017. The hunting rules allow up to 22 grizzles to be killed in a wide area east and south …

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Trump violates the first change by blocking Twitter users, judges say

Apart from the man himself, maybe no-one has defined President Trump's political person more than Twitter. It was through the @ realDonaldTrump account on the social platform as Mr. Trump kicked off who once seemed like a long shot presidential and mobilized his election base. Now that he is in the White House, he uses Twitter to announce politics, conduct …

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"Blue Wednesday" in Chicago as a union stands against "anti-police" mayor Emanuel

It is called "Blue Wednesday" in Chicago, because the city's brotherhood policy organized a unified public demonstration against mayor Rahm Emanuel, as the FOP calls "anti-police". During the city's regular city council Wednesday morning, members of the police federation highly ranked a strong worded statement against Emanuel, where FOP claims that the mayor has "lowered his back" in his police …

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