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ICE Denies Shutting Down Hotline For Detained Migrants Following ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Episode

Immigration and Customs Enforcement denies allegations that it shut down a hotline for detained migrants to contact a free lawyer. The California-based organization Freedom for Immigrants offered a free hotline for detained migrants to request pro bono legal representation while in detention centers, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday. ICE shut down the hotline less than two weeks after it ...

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Report: More Than 4,000 Products For Sale On Amazon Were Labeled Unsafe By Federal Regulators

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Thousands of products listed for sale on Amazon that were declared unsafe or banned by federal agencies were deceptively labeled, The Wall Street Journal found. The Journal’s investigation found 4,152 products, including 2,000 toys and medications, for sale on Amazon that would be banned on regular U.S. store shelves due to their health risks. Amazon removed or altered wording for ...

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Ginsburg Completes Radiation Therapy Before Disclosing Cancer Diagnosis

The Supreme Court announced Friday that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was successfully treated for pancreatic cancer. Friday’s announcement is the second time in recent months the justice disclosed a serious medical condition after she completed treatment. In both instances, her diagnosis remained closely held for several weeks. The last 10 months have been particularly punishing for the 86-year old progressive ...

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MSNBC Correspondent: Republicans Belief in Only Two Genders is ‘Incendiary’

MSNBC correspondent Chris Jansing discussed a Republican governor hopeful’s television advertisement, calling his belief that there are only two genders “incendiary.” Republican Louisiana Rep. Ralph Abraham has challenged Democratic Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards for his seat and released an advertisement Thursday where he noted his positions on various subjects. Abraham said that as a doctor, he believes “there are only ...

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Former ICE Director: Crimes Committed By Illegal Aliens Are ‘Preventable Crimes’

The former acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) argued that new Justice Department data show illegal immigration is not a victimless crime. “I think it that validates illegal immigration is not a victimless crime. Many come to this country and violate the laws against the citizens of this country,” Tom Homan, who lead ICE during the first year-and-a-half of the Trump administration, said ...

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Former Trump Associate Spied For US For More Than A Decade, Unsealed Court Documents Reveal

A former Trump business associate and witness in the special counsel’s probe provided “extensive” cooperation to U.S. spy agencies in numerous terrorism and mafia-related investigations, according to a 2009 court filing unsealed Friday. Felix Sater provided the FBI, CIA and Defense Intelligence Agency with intelligence on a broad range of topics over the course of more than a decade, Benton ...

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Around 15 Jail Workers Subpoenaed After Epstein’s Suicide

Around 15 jail workers have been subpoenaed following Jeffrey Epstein’s apparent suicide while in a Manhattan jail August 10, according to a prison official. Multiple inquires have been opened into accused child sex trafficker Epstein’s death. U.S. Attorney General William Barr cited “serious irregularities” at the facility holding Epstein, the New York Times reported. The specific roles of the subpoenaed employees ...

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15 Former Spooks Who Work At CNN And MSNBC Now

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CNN added to its stable of retired FBI and CIA officials Friday by hiring Andrew McCabe, who was fired by the bureau due to a lack of candor during an internal probe. McCabe is the 10th ex-FBI or CIA official hired by the network in recent years, with MSNBC having hired five. A vast majority of the 15 CNN/MSNBC analysts ...

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Nadler Requests Impeachment Docs From House Committees

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler asked House panels investigating President Donald Trump to share impeachment documents Thursday. Nadler requested the documents in a Thursday letter to Democratic California Rep. Adam Schiff, Democratic California Rep. Maxine Waters, Democratic Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, and Democratic New York Rep. Elliot Engel. The House Judiciary Committee Chairman asks in the letter that committees ...

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Washington Withdraws From Title X Rather Than Comply With Trump Abortion Rules

Washington state withdrew Thursday from the federal family funding program Title X rather than comply with new rules imposed by the Trump administration. The Washington Department of Health informed the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) of their decision to withdraw from Title X rather than comply with the Trump administration rules banning Title X grantees from referring women ...

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2 Queens Women Plead Guilty in Plot to Build Explosive Devices Like Those Used in Prior Terrorist Attacks

Earlier today, at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, Asia Siddiqui and Noelle Velentzas, both citizens of the United States and residents of Queens, pleaded guilty to teaching and distributing information pertaining to the making and use of an explosive, destructive device, and weapon of mass destruction, intending that it be used to commit a federal crime of violence.  The guilty ...

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New York Times Editor Demoted After ‘Offensive’ Tweets Mocking Jews, Indians Resurface

New York Times editor Tom Wright-Piersanti was demoted for tweets that resurfaced Thursday, which he described as “offensive.” The tweets appear to mock Indians and Jews, and two were also critical of The New York Times. The Times said Wright-Piersanti apologized to leadership for “his recent serious lapses in judgement.” New York Times editor Tom Wright-Piersanti was demoted for 10-year-old ...

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