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Immigration Authorities Use High-Tech Tools to Enf…

The Trump administration has embraced technology developed and pioneered under the past two presidents when it comes to catching illegal aliens in the United States. The Atlantic highlights several programs and tools immigration authorities have at their disposal and are now using under President Donald Trump. High-tech fingerprint scanners, cell-site ...

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Robot Pens Piece 92 Years Late

With robots taking over everything else, it should be no surprise they are now in the “fake news” business. The Los Angeles Times had to retract an automated news story and an accompanying tweet Wednesday after it reported a 6.8 magnitude earthquake in Isla Vista, California. The only problem: That ...

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Senate Abortion Provision Problematic for Both Par…

Abortion language from the Senate healthcare bill might be cut so Republicans can expedite its passage and avoid a filibuster, The New York Times reported. The provision – approved in the House bill last month – would ban the use of federal tax credits to help Americans purchase insurance plans ...

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Bold Rx for What Ails the US Healthcare System?

The bruising congressional debate over what to do about Obamacare has prompted Jim DeMint, the president of the Heritage Foundation, to call the 2010 law a “cancer” on the nation’s healthcare system that must be excised. “We don’t need to replace the healthcare system — we need to remove the ...

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Senate Abortion Provision Problematic for Both Par…

Abortion language from the Senate healthcare bill might be cut so Republicans can expedite its passage and avoid a filibuster, The New York Times reported. The provision – approved in the House bill last month – would ban the use of federal tax credits to help Americans purchase insurance plans ...

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Media Companies Are ‘Getting Sick’ of Facebook

Facebook’s efforts to build a library of high-end original videos are getting a shrug from some outlets that are reportedly sick of the way the company has treated them. “Media companies are like serfs working Facebook’s land,” Jason Kint, chief executive officer of the industry trade group Digital Content Next, ...

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NASA Marks Start of Summer With Solar Eclipse Hype

NASA prepared Americans for the upcoming total solar eclipse with a series of webcasts on the first day of summer. The space agency broadcasted two webinars on Wednesday: one about traffic and logistics around driving to sites across the United States that will experience the total solar eclipse, and another ...

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FBI Contacted Anti-Tax Group in Va Shooter Probe

The FBI has contacted a conservative anti-tax group in connection with the investigation of the shooter at last week’s GOP congressional baseball practice, Politico reported. According to Politico, an unidentified source who attended an Americans for Tax Reform meeting said leader Grover Norquist revealed both he and the policy group were ...

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‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Activists Protest for Women’s Ri…

Activists are donning “The Handmaid’s Tale” white bonnets and red capes to lobby lawmakers in several state capitals – including New York, Texas, and Ohio – for women’s reproductive rights, NBC News reported. According to the news outlet, a new Hulu show based on Margaret Atwood’s dystopian sci-fi book – ...

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ACLU Sues DC Police Officers

Members of the Washington, D.C. police department are being sued by the American Civil Liberties Union for allegedly arresting people unlawfully and depriving them for hours without access to basic items, like food, water, and the chance to go to the bathroom. The ACLU is representing four plaintiffs who were present ...

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