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  • Associated Press

    Judge temporarily halts deportation of reunified families

    SAN DIEGO (July 16, 2018) — A federal judge on Monday ordered a temporary halt to deportations of immigrant families reunited after being separated at the border, as the Trump administration races to meet a July 26 deadline for putting more than 2,500 children back in their parents’ arms.

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    DC Police: Author of anti-Semitic flyers won't be charged

    WASHINGTON (July 16, 2018) — Police say they've identified the person leaving anti-Semitic flyers around Washington, but will not pursue a criminal investigation.

  • Associated Press

    8 MS-13 gang members in US illegally indicted in Texas

    DALLAS (July 13, 2018) — Authorities say eight MS-13 members in the U.S. illegally have been indicted in Texas on charges tied to alleged gang activities including racketeering conspiracy, attempted murder and assault.

  • Associated Press

    12 Russians accused of hacking during 2016 US election

    WASHINGTON (July 13, 2018) — The Justice Department has announced charges against 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking offenses during the 2016 presidential election.

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    Houston woman sentenced for trying to sell daughter for sex

    CONROE, Texas (July 13, 2018) — A Houston woman accused of offering to sell her 2-year-old daughter for sex at a cost of $1,200 has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.

  • Associated Press

    Latino voters seek to challenge Alabama Census lawsuit

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (July 12, 2018) — Latino voters and civil-rights groups have asked to join a lawsuit to defend the practice of including people in the country illegally in U.S. Census counts.

  • Associated Press

    Execution blocked after company objects to use of its drug

    LAS VEGAS (July 11, 2018) — A Nevada judge effectively blocked the execution of a two-time killer Wednesday after a pharmaceutical company objected to the use of one of its drugs to put someone to death.

  • Associated Press

    Appeals court hears challenge to Texas campus carry law

    NEW ORLEANS (July 11, 2018) — Attorneys for three University of Texas professors asked a federal appeals court Wednesday to revive their challenge of a law allowing people with concealed-handgun licenses to carry weapons on public university campuses.

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