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The Trump administration's chief immigration official on Friday blasted California's new "sanctuary state" law, saying it would "undermine public safety", keep federal officers from performing their jobs and result in more arrests. Undocumented immigrants who have committed no crimes but are detained by ICE during an operation are considered collateral arrests. "Ultimately, SB54 helps shield removable aliens from immigration enforcement and creates another magnet for more illegal ...
  • Las Vegas gunman stockpiled weapons and ammunition over decades

    Las Vegas gunman stockpiled weapons and ammunition over decades

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    And in August, a person named Stephen Paddock reserved a room at Chicago's Blackstone Hotel during the city's Lollapalooza music festival, said Wagstaff Worldwide, which represents the hotel. "He's a sick, demented man", Trump said. Paddock is twice divorced, liked to gamble, and previously worked at the US Post Office and the IRS. "This is a crazed lunatic full of hate", Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman said.
  • Injured Vegas Survivor Stood Up To Greet The President

    Injured Vegas Survivor Stood Up To Greet The President

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    It was a somber address from a provocateur president who prides himself on commanding strength but occasionally has struggled to project empathy in times of tragedy. "It was like talking to your next door neighbor", said Dr. John Fildes, who heads UMC's department of surgery and led the Trumps on their tour Wednesday.
  • Sessions Releases Legal Guidance for Religious Liberty

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    The department's civil rights division will now be involved in reviewing all agency actions to make sure they don't conflict with federal law regarding religious liberty. Separately Friday, the Health and Human Services Department allowed more employers with religious objections to opt out of the birth control coverage rule in the Affordable Care Act .
  • Nobel Prize for peacemakers, peace seekers comes Friday

    Nobel Prize for peacemakers, peace seekers comes Friday

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    In a statement issued after the Nobel was announced, the US reiterated its position that the treaty "will not result in the elimination of a single nuclear weapon". The Norwegian Nobel Committee noted that any actual nuclear disarmament will depend on the participation of nuclear states, but praised ICAN's "inspiring and innovative support" for worldwide negotiations.
  • US lifts Sudan sanctions, wins commitment against arms deals with North Korea

    US lifts Sudan sanctions, wins commitment against arms deals with North Korea

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    The U.S. has been calling on Sudan to expand humanitarian access, improve human rights, cooperate on counterterrorism and reinforce a cease-fire in conflict areas. Human rights groups have raised concerns about Washington's softening stance towards Khartoum. The Trump administration in July set an October 3 deadline to decide whether to completely remove the sanctions.
  • 3 soldiers killed in Niger ambush are identified

    3 soldiers killed in Niger ambush are identified

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    Wright, 29, was a Special Forces engineer from Lyons, Georgia, according to the Army. Jeremiah Johnson, 39, was from Springboro, Ohio. He joined the Army in July 2012. Eight Niger soldiers and two USA soldiers were wounded, according to a statement by Niger's Army Chief of Staff. For years, the USA army has offered training to the Niger's soldiers to enable them to fight the Islamist militants that have dominated the North Africa region including Mali, Niger, and Nigeria.
  • Iggy Azalea Sued For Not Paying $300000 Credit Card Bill

    Iggy Azalea Sued For Not Paying $300000 Credit Card Bill

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    What's more, American Express reportedly claims that the 27-year-old's debt is $250,000 over her credit card's limit. As of now, Azalea has not yet commented on the lawsuit and her financial woes. "It's like writing 'Iggy pays a mortgage on her house every month!' and trying to make it a story". American Express is seeking the full amount owed as well as legal fees in the lawsuit against Azalea.
  • Cómo engañó a su novia el francotirador de Las Vegas

    Cómo engañó a su novia el francotirador de Las Vegas

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    Lombardo mencionó que la Policía encontró más de 20 kilogramos de explosivos y mil 600 cartuchos de munición en su automóvil, en el estacionamiento del Hotel Mandalay Bay . Posteriormente, Trump se reunió con la policía y ofreció un discurso en el que resaltó el trabajo de los "héroes" aquella noche de horror, que incluye a los oficiales de policía y al personal de emergencia quienes salieron de inmediato para atender a las víctimas del tiroteo arriesgando sus propias vidas.
  • Virginia's Northam 'Fighting for' MS-13 Gang

    Virginia's Northam 'Fighting for' MS-13 Gang

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    Northam's campaign fired back at Trump in a statement blasting his GOP opponent Ed Gillespie. Ralph Northam, who is running for Governor of Virginia, is fighting for the violent MS-13 killer gangs & sanctuary cities. Trying to win in the only Southern state that Trump lost in the 2016 election, Gillespie has sought to tread carefully when talking about the president in the hopes of winning over Trump's anti-establishment base without alienating moderates who would be turned off by a ...
  • Vegas killings spark GOP interest in gun accessory

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    The devices were approved by the Obama administration's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) in 2010, but the NRA is now asking for that decision to be reviewed. The NRA, which has opposed efforts to pass federal gun legislation following previous mass shootings , said it would not oppose moves to regulate bump stocks.
  • Supreme Court voices concern over social media

    Supreme Court voices concern over social media

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    The apex court also disapproved and expressed anguish over a statement made by a senior advocate and former Supreme Court Bar Association President that most of the judges are pro-government. Both Salve and Nariman stressed on the need for some guidelines to fasten accountability with those posting abusive content on social media. "I was shocked to see the kind of comments made against Nariman".
  • Heller promises to uphold gun rights after Las Vegas mass shooting

    Heller promises to uphold gun rights after Las Vegas mass shooting

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    On Wednesday, Senator Dianne Feinstein , D-San Francisco, joined more than two dozen Democratic colleagues in introducing a bill to ban bump stocks. Modifying rifles with any of these devices is mocked by some gun enthusiasts. "If they have never served in the military or worked in law enforcement, they like to see what it is like to fire a real machine gun", Colodny said.
  • Trump administration rolls back ObamaCare contraceptive mandate

    Trump administration rolls back ObamaCare contraceptive mandate

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    The timeline on the new rules is rough, but could be instated as soon as Friday, The New York Times reports . By and large, employers do not save money by deciding not to cover contraceptive care, as the savings from not providing birth control are typically mitigated by an uptick in pregnancies, births, and associated costs.
  • Pesticides in 75% of Honey Samples Taken from all Over the World

    Pesticides in 75% of Honey Samples Taken from all Over the World

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    Neonicotinoids are neuro-active chemicals similar to nicotine that have proved to be highly effective at protecting crops from pests, especially aphids and root-eating grubs. Bees and other pollinators are vital to three-quarters of the world's food crops but have been in serious decline in recent decades. Successive studies have shown a connection between the use of the products and a decline in both the numbers and health of bees .
  • Saudi Aramco signs five agreements with Russian companies

    Saudi Aramco signs five agreements with Russian companies

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    The Aramco IPO, which could raise $100 billion, is a centrepiece of Vision 2030 , an ambitious reform plan to diversify the Saudi economy beyond oil which is being championed by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. A deal to establish the fund is expected to be signed this week during King Salman's official visit to Russia , Reuters reports. These are part of efforts by two of the world's biggest oil producers to increase cooperation.
  • Mass Murderer Stephen Paddock Girlfriend Returns to US for Questioning

    Mass Murderer Stephen Paddock Girlfriend Returns to US for Questioning

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    Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo told reporters Wednesday just after 9 a.m. local time that Danley would be questioned in the next half hour at the FBI's Los Angeles field office. He had set up cameras in and outside the room. Armed with what appeared to be at least one automatic weapon, Stephen used the elevated vantage point to fire into the crowds across the Las Vegas Strip at the Route 91 Harvest festival, where the country singer Jason Aldean was onstage .
  • Lieu: Trump has no strategy on North Korea

    Lieu: Trump has no strategy on North Korea

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    North Korea has started operating some Seoul-invested factories in its Kaesong industrial complex after South Korea pulled out of the joint venture , Pyongyang's online media said Friday, October 6. A North Korean committee called Friday for an end to the seven-decade US domination of South Korea since the Korean War, the North's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said.
  • German backpacker stabbed to death in rage-filled attack in Brisbane

    German backpacker stabbed to death in rage-filled attack in Brisbane

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    The dispute ended in the pedestrian being stabbed in the abdomen and back multiple times and the auto fleeing the scene. CCTV will be examined as investigations continue and Det Supt Fleming has appealed for witnesses to come forward. QAS medical director Stephen Rashford said the man suffered critical injuries and had to be resuscitated. The man and woman from the vehicle quickly fled the scene.