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The ACLU would like a faster reunification process while the USA government claims they are bound by strict protocols, such as a plan to DNA test every child and parent before a reunification can occur. Six of the 102 children are not eligible for reunification because they have a parent with a criminal history or were separated from someone who is not their parent.
  • United Kingdom police say poisoned couple handled a large amount of Novichok

    United Kingdom police say poisoned couple handled a large amount of Novichok

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    Dawn Sturgess , from Durrington, died at Salisbury District Hospital earlier this evening, the Meteropolitan Police said . Ms Sturgess' partner Charlie Rowley remains in a critical condition in hospital. The nerve agent was used in the March attack on an ex-Russian spy and his daughter and two Britons have been critically ill since they were exposed to it eight days ago.
  • Most senior Brexit official quits United Kingdom government

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    The ex-Foreign Secretary left the foreign secretary's official residence at Carlton Gardens, central London, late in the evening, accompanied by his wife Marina Wheeler, and without speaking to waiting reporters. Hello and welcome to a particularly early edition of the United Kingdom politics blog. "The dream is dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt", he wrote.
  • 8 rescued from Thai cave, but 5 remain trapped

    8 rescued from Thai cave, but 5 remain trapped

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    Among the ideas were drilling an escape route through the mountain, or leaving them for months until the monsoon season ended and the flooding subsided. Musk said the submarine, which is made from the liquid oxygen tube of SpaceX's Falcon rocket, is small enough to fit through the cave system's narrow passageways.
  • Train derailed in Turkey, several dead and injured

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    The train was heading to Istanbul from Edirne , on the border with Greece , with 362 passengers and six crew members on board. Emergency services, military and ambulance helicopters arrived at the scene. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed his condolences to families of those who lost their lives in the accident that has "deeply upset the whole nation".
  • Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court

    Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court

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    Trump, a Republican, named Kavanaugh, a federal appeals court judge from Washington, to the highest court on Monday, setting the stage for a political fight that could consume the weeks before the congressional elections in November. Wade "would not be acceptable", because it indicates an "activist agenda" she didn't want to see in a judge. One possibility is a straight overturning of Roe v.
  • Trump being sued for allegedly stiffing his ex-chauffeur

    Trump being sued for allegedly stiffing his ex-chauffeur

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    Noel Cintron , who served as the NY businessman's driver until Trump received Secret Service protection in 2016, is demanding the recovery of compensation from his time working for the Trump Organization in a lawsuit filed Monday with the Supreme Court of NY.
  • Trump calls Sen. Mike Lee as Supreme Court announcement nears

    Trump calls Sen. Mike Lee as Supreme Court announcement nears

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    Mr Trump has chosen 9pm on Monday evening, a primetime TV slot, to make his announcement. "I think that would make it hard for West Virginia's senators to vote for a candidate like that". "Trump's list is full of great nominees, but Kavanaugh raises several concerns among libertarian and pro-life activists at a time when we need to be united", said Wesley Denton, communications director for the Conservative Partnership Institute, an organization that works closely with lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
  • Suspected Israeli airstrike hits Syrian air base

    Suspected Israeli airstrike hits Syrian air base

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    According to Syrian state TV and other Arab media outlets, an Israeli air strike on Sunday night targeted Iranian forces at the T-4 base in Syria's Homs province. Tensions have risen dramatically between the two arch-enemies in recent months and following the strike, Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said that the time when Iran's enemies could "hit and run" was over.
  • Mitch McConnell Verbally Harassed by Protesters Outside Restaurant

    Mitch McConnell Verbally Harassed by Protesters Outside Restaurant

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    According to video obtained by The Louisville Courier-Journal , protesters shouted " Abolish ICE " and "Vote you out!" Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been lambasted by leftist politicians and had its staff and their families threatened by "Antifa" activists for their role in enforcing the administration's " zero tolerance " immigration policies.
  • Donald Trump picks conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh for US Supreme Court

    Donald Trump picks conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh for US Supreme Court

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    Mr Trump added: "He is a brilliant jurist with a clear and effective writing style, universally regarded as one of the finest and sharpest legal minds of our time". Wade decision that established a woman's constitutional right to abortion. Besides McGahn, he has the support of some Republicans who admire his record as a lawyer working with independent counsel Ken Starr in the investigation of President Bill Clinton and later in the George W.
  • Trump Making Supreme Court Pick to Cement Conservative Majority

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    President Donald Trump and Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy participate in a public swearing-in ceremony for Justice Neil Gorsuch in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington , April 10, 2017. Trump is hoping to replicate his successful nomination of Justice Neil Gorsuch previous year. Notably, FRC is also classified as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center .
  • These two judges are favorites to win Supreme Court nod

    These two judges are favorites to win Supreme Court nod

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    Issuing the invitations makes the lawmakers choose between humoring voters who think they should be bipartisan and others who feel they shouldn't condone Trump's pick. The confirmation process promises to be a fight, and Republicans have a narrow 51-49 majority - with nearly no room to lose votes as Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona remains absent while fighting brain cancer.
  • Trump says he's confident Kim will denuclearize

    Trump says he's confident Kim will denuclearize

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    If I paid attention to what the press said, I'd go nuts , and I refuse to do that. The North Korean talks process with the United States and South Korea is sidelining the human rights of Pyongyang's oppressed citizens, the United Nations's top official on the issue said Monday (Jul 9).
  • Aviation crash reported in Virginia residential area

    Aviation crash reported in Virginia residential area

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    Authorities have yet to locate and identify the pilot of the helicopter. The College of William and Mary said the incident happened near Dillard Complex and that people should avoid the area. Neighbors said in the midst of all of the trauma, they are grateful for the first responders. Photos shared by the Virginia State police department showed extensive damage to the residential structure, with the worst of the destruction occurring on the second floor.
  • United States puts fierce squeeze on breastfeeding policy, shocking health officials

    United States puts fierce squeeze on breastfeeding policy, shocking health officials

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    The intensity of USA opposition to the measure shocked public health officials and diplomats, marked a stark contrast from the Obama administration's support of the World Health Organization (WHO)'s position on breast-feeding. "These women should have the choice and access to alternatives for the health of their babies, and not be stigmatized for the ways in which they are able to do so", a spokesperson said in an email.