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Court Allows Trump To Restrict Asylum Seekers

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rolled back a prior nationwide injunction that blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to deny most asylum claims at the U.S.-Mexico border. With that decision, the asylum restrictions can now take effect everywhere outside of the 9th Circuit, which includes Arizona, California and Nevada. Reversing the move everywhere outside the […]

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Russian Nuclear Missile Explosion Leaves Questions

The explosion of a suspected Russian nuclear-powered cruise missile last week has caused a lot of confusion and anxiety, fueled in part by Russian authorities’ continuing secrecy around the accident. Russia has provided few details known about the blast, which a U.S. official told ABC News “likely” took place during a test on the missile, […]

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Republican Questions Whether Society Would “Exist Without Rape/Incest”

Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, questioned Wednesday whether humanity would exist if not for the rapes and incest that happened throughout history. “What if we went back through all the family trees and just pulled those people out that were products of rape and incest?” he said at a speech in Urbandale, Iowa. “Would there be […]

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Twin Brothers Killed At Pearl Harbor Finally Laid To Rest In Nebraska

Twins who died decades ago aboard the USS Oklahoma at Pearl Harbor were buried in Nebraska Saturday with full military honors in separate ceremonies. The American flags that covered the caskets of Machinist’s Mate 2nd Class Leo Blitz and Fireman 1st Class Rudolph Blitz were presented to their surviving 93-year-old sister Betty Pitsch at Lincoln […]