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FEMA Head: Recovery from Florence Will Be ‘Long, Frustrating’ and Wide-Ranging

FEMA Administrator Brock Long said Sunday that his agency’s rescue and recovery efforts will be difficult, long lasting and could impact as far North as Ohio. “This is going to be a long, frustrating recovery,” he said during an interview on “Fox News Sunday.” Long also said that the dangerous portion of Florence isn’t over and it won’t be limited ...

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‘Trump @War’ Movie to be Released for Free – Free Code and [Trailer]

In a letter to its readers, The Western Journal announced that it would release Steve Bannon’s new film Trump @War and will make it available for free – but only to a limited number of people. Made by former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon and the creators of the movie Clinton Cash, which revealed some of the sordid secrets of the ...

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NYC Council Passes ‘Abolish ICE’ Resolution after ICE removes 16 sexual offender criminal aliens from the city

The New York City Council passed a resolution Wednesday demanding the federal government abolish U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) just one day after the agency arrested 16 sexual predators, who were also aliens, in the city. The resolution, which passed in a voice vote, says, “ICE, under the direction of President [Donald] Trump, has demonstrated an inability to fulfil ...

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Border Patrol arrests 131 illegal aliens in Texas

US Border Patrol agents stationed at Weslaco Station detained two large groups of illegal aliens near Hidalgo, Texas. The arrests mark the second large group to be processed in that area in just over 24 hours bringing to total to 131 illegal aliens captured. Wednesday morning, Weslaco agents detained a group of 65 illegal immigrants made up of 25 families ...

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CBP Prepares for Hurricane Florence in Mid-Atlantic States

BALTIMORE – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the Mid-Atlantic states is preparing for Hurricane Florence. CBP activated Casey Durst, the Baltimore Field Office Director, as the agency’s Lead Field Coordinator for FEMA Region III Monday night.  LFC Durst activated the Region III emergency operations center today, and has ordered CBP Ports of Entry to take preemptive action to protect ...

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Second Impostor in Three Weeks Caught by CBP Biometric Verification Technology at Washington Dulles Airport

Less than three weeks into the use of its new cutting-edge facial comparison biometric system, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations (OFO) at Washington Dulles International Airport intercepted a second impostor trying to enter the U.S. A 26-year-old woman, who arrived on a flight from Accra, Ghana Saturday morning, presented a U.S. passport to a CBP ...

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