• Protest Encampment Cleared at ICE Building in Portland
Protest Encampment Cleared at ICE Building in Portland

Since then, calls to abolish ICE have grown from a whisper to a shout. The latest Harvard/Harris Poll , though, reveals that swing voters are overwhelmingly opposed to the Democrats' plan to end all immigration enforcement across the U.S.

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  • Blindfolded and bound bodies found hanging at family home in New Delhi
Blindfolded and bound bodies found hanging at family home in New Delhi

But he said that no suicide note was found, and that police were investigating whether the victims - four men, three women and four girls - died by suicide or were killed. The family was living in the house for more than two decades, Hindustan Times newspaper reported. The house in Burari where 11 members of a family were found dead.

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  • 'Abolish ICE' Socialist Newcomer Stuns Top Democrat with Primary Upset
'Abolish ICE' Socialist Newcomer Stuns Top Democrat with Primary Upset

In fact, Crowley was so assured of his victory that he made what was perhaps his fatal mistake: He skipped two debates with the millennial candidate and on one occasion sent a surrogate in his place - moves which came across, naturally, as arrogant snubs to both his opponent and to voters.

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  • US, Canada trade war?
US, Canada trade war?

Some items will be subject to taxes of 10% or 25% amounting to $16.6 billion (Rs 1 lakh 13,600 crore) in tariffs . This adds to Canada's $16.6 billion of retaliatory tariffs on steel, aluminum, and other products from the USA, which will come into effect on July 1, 2018.

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  • US Republicans Fail To Pass Another Immigration Bill
US Republicans Fail To Pass Another Immigration Bill

The bill evolved to address two urgent crises triggered by Trump's hardline immigration agenda: his cancellation of a program that shielded from deportation hundreds of thousands of young, undocumented immigrants brought to the USA as children, known as Dreamers , and the "zero-tolerance" policy which led to the family separations.

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  • Teen charged and four arrested over Bronx machete murder
Teen charged and four arrested over Bronx machete murder

After the slaying, the leader of the Trinitarios street gang allegedly spoke out to agree with investigators probing the case, saying that it really was a case of mistaken identity. Mourners gathered at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in the Bronx for the funeral of Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz as a makeshift memorial continues to grow outside ...

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  • Uber driver streaming 'The Voice' just before fatal Ariz. crash
Uber driver streaming 'The Voice' just before fatal Ariz. crash

Records from online streaming service Hulu show that Vasquez's account was streaming The Voice on the evening in question, ending at 21:59 - about the time of the crash. "She appears to be looking down at the area near her right knee at various points in the video ", the report reads, according to Gizmodo . The human backup driver in an auton...

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  • Explosion rocks Zimbabwe president's rally
Explosion rocks Zimbabwe president's rally

Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu confirmed the "unfortunate incident" adding: "There were some injuries but I am still to get full details but as you are aware this happened close to the (president)". We don't want to see its repetition in any manner, shape or form. Mnangagwa - Mugabe's onetime right-hand man who was known as the "Crocodile" for...

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  • Zsa Zsa the English bulldog wins Ugliest Dog contest
Zsa Zsa the English bulldog wins Ugliest Dog contest

This world-renowned event celebrates the imperfections that make all dogs special and unique. It was a ruff night for her competitors, who included a bulldog with furrowed excess skin, a matted ball of fluff called Wild Thang (a Pekingese) and a Chinese Crested-Dachsund with blackheads.

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  • Donald Trump Appears to Defend Family Separation Policy on Twitter
Donald Trump Appears to Defend Family Separation Policy on Twitter

The president pointed out the United States can not accept all of the people who are trying to break into the country. He said , "When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came".

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  • Trump urges Republican lawmakers to drop immigration effort
Trump urges Republican lawmakers to drop immigration effort

He accused Democratic members with "just playing games" and having "no intention" of helping Republicans "to solves this decades old problem". Democrats saw the Goodlatte bill as too harsh, and all 190 voted against it Thursday, drawing charges from Trump that they "say no to everything".

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  • Viral Video Shows Priest Slapping Baby During Baptism
Viral Video Shows Priest Slapping Baby During Baptism

The disturbing video , posted on Wednesday, has generated 245,898 views and 389 comments, but it is unclear where it was filmed. But when the crying doesn't stop, the priest slaps the baby in the face . After several failed attempts, the priest smacks the baby on his face. "I would have gone ballistic if that was any of my kids". Emily MacDon...

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  • Trump Signs Order To End Family Separations
Trump Signs Order To End Family Separations

At the moment, thousands of migrant children are being held in various federal government facilities, including a "tent city" in stifling heat located in Tornillo, Texas not far from the US-Mexico border. Neither, though, did it require parents to be kept in detention, apart from their children. Trump had previously falsely claimed that only Cong...

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  • North Korea's Kim hails 'unity' with China in new visit
North Korea's Kim hails 'unity' with China in new visit

China's state newspaper, The People's Daily , reported on its front page that Xi had said he attached importance to the relationship with North Korea regardless of the worldwide situation. A series of posters celebrating the April 27 Panmunjom Declaration between Pyongyang and South Korea have also been released. China's state-run Xinhua News Ag...

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  • South Korea wants railroad link to Russian Federation through North Korea
South Korea wants railroad link to Russian Federation through North Korea

Spokeswoman Dana White said the two countries' senior defense officials were set to meet later this week, including the US' Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton. I Corps kicks off Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise with South Korean partners last August. Since Trump's announcement...

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  • USA tariffs on Chinese imports escalate trade dispute
USA tariffs on Chinese imports escalate trade dispute

China and the USA are major seafood trading partners beyond just lobster, and the new tariffs would apply to dozens of products that China imports from the US, including salmon, tuna and crab. The United States now dominates those industries, but Chinese government support could make it hard for USA companies to compete. A ministry statement gave...

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  • 'We will not apologize': Trump DHS chief defends immigration policy
'We will not apologize': Trump DHS chief defends immigration policy

I have, since March of 2017, repeatedly asked for complete data on the number of children separated and what training and protocol exists for carrying out such separations. Almost 2,000 minors have been separated from their families in the past six weeks since Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a zero-tolerance policy where everyone caught ...

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  • Donald Trump says he 'wouldn't sign' GOP leaders' immigration bill
Donald Trump says he 'wouldn't sign' GOP leaders' immigration bill

That effort, part of a major immigration bill in the House of Representatives, threatens to undermine sanctuary policies across California by making jurisdictions that refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities liable for some crimes committed by undocumented immigrants they release.

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  • Several injured following 'explosion' at London Tube station
Several injured following 'explosion' at London Tube station

Three of them were treated for minor injuries at the scene at Southgate station and two others have been taken to hospital, said London Ambulance Service. According to the Guardian , the police services investigating the inciden included Scotland Yard's counter terrorism command. I was outside the station about to enter the 125 bus.

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  • May back in the breach as Brexit battles resume
May back in the breach as Brexit battles resume

The latest internal dispute concerns the role of the UK Parliament in the event that the government's negotiations with Brussels produce no agreement, shortly before the country is due to leave the European Union in March next year. While the government thinks it has peeled off enough rebels to avoid defeat, it will be a knife-edge vote. Spea...

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  • Tumwater shooting: Multiple people gunned down at Walmart in Washington state
Tumwater shooting: Multiple people gunned down at Walmart in Washington state

The suspect then headed to Walmart , Wohl said. Shots were fired in that area, and a 16-year-old girl was injured but not fatally. Something happened at the Walmart in Tumwater, Washington yesterday, but looking at multiple reports from the scene it sounds like we're not exactly sure what it was.

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  • Trump 'could issue pardons after Russian Federation probe', lawyer Rudy Giuliani claims
Trump 'could issue pardons after Russian Federation probe', lawyer Rudy Giuliani claims

Tapper asked Giuliani to clarify whether he was in fact calling for a special counsel to investigate the special counsel - eliciting laughter from the Republican New Yorker. But he added that he "couldn't possibly" agree to an interview with Mueller "until we know how badly this investigation" was affected by bias among FBI agents castigated in the...

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  • More than 210 injured in Osaka-area earthquake
More than 210 injured in Osaka-area earthquake

The Osaka prefectural government reported two deaths, and an Ibaraki city official confirmed a third. Meantime, a 5.6 magnitude quake struck near Guanagazapa in Guatemala's Escuintla province just after 8:30 p.m. Two elderly men and a 9-year-old girl were died from collapsing walls and furniture. Both Panasonic and Daihatsu have temporarily clo...

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  • White House: Pres.Trump salute to North Korea general 'a common courtesy'
White House: Pres.Trump salute to North Korea general 'a common courtesy'

The report suggests the deal signed by Trump and Kim Jong Un failed to guarantee North Korea would commit to "full, irreversible, and verifiable denuclearization". These comments come in the context of criticism that has been lodged at Trump for his lenient descriptions of the dictator . You don't understand sarcasm.

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  • China slaps more tariffs on $50 bn worth of US goods
China slaps more tariffs on $50 bn worth of US goods

Beijing said on Saturday that it was responding in "equal scale" to Trump's tariff rise on Chinese goods, in a conflict over China's estimated $336bn trade surplus and technology policy that companies worry could quickly escalate and chill global economic growth.

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  • Reporter Compares Children's Immigration Detention Center to Jail
Reporter Compares Children's Immigration Detention Center to Jail

Department of Health and Human Services spokesperson confirmed Thursday. Ted Cruz again defended the Trump administration's controversial new policy of separating children from parents at the border, blaming migrants for putting their offspring in jeopardy and insisting that such tragedies also occurred in the Obama era.

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  • No need to justify separating kids, parents at border: Bannon
No need to justify separating kids, parents at border: Bannon

Since then, the administration has been steadily eroding protections for immigrant children and families. Jennifer Podkul is director of policy at Kids in Need of Defence, which represents children in immigration court. The strategy is setting children up for "psychological scars that will take a lifetime to undo", he said. "Our policies are ...

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  • United States judge jails Trump's former campaign chief Manafort
United States judge jails Trump's former campaign chief Manafort

It was not immediately clear where Manafort will be held, but any jail cell represents a significant downgrade. Manafort will remain in jail while he awaits trial in both Washington and Virginia over the next few months. "Didn't know Manafort was the head of the Mob", he said. By the afternoon, however, he appeared to offer a lifeline, noting t...

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  • Civilians flee bombardment as Arab states pound Yemen port
Civilians flee bombardment as Arab states pound Yemen port

Coalition spokespeople said 18 air attacks were fired on the outskirts of Hudaida on Wednesday. Capturing Hodeidah would be the biggest victory for the Saudi-led coalition since the start of its costly intervention. The Saudi-led coalition entered the conflict in March 2015 and has faced criticism for a campaign of airstrikes killing civilians an...

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  • Journalist Shujaat Bukhari laid to rest in ancestral village in Kashmir
Journalist Shujaat Bukhari laid to rest in ancestral village in Kashmir

They were taken to the nearest hospital. Bukhari had been part of India's delegation for informal peace talks on Kashmir with Pakistani representatives held in Dubai previous year. President Employees Joint Action Committee Abdul Qayoom Wani condemned the brutal killing of internationally renowned journalist editor in chief Rising Kashmir Sye...

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