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The jurisdictions listed include Los Angeles, Colorado, New York and Travis County, Texas. "Today's report from DHS is deeply disturbing and highlights the urgent need for a statewide sanctuary city ban in Texas". The cases were identified by the administration between January 28 and February 3, but most of the detention requests had been made before then, as far back as early 2014.
  • Wild Week Ends With Michigan Title

    Wild Week Ends With Michigan Title

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    The Michigan Wolverines completed their week to remember by winning the 2017 Big Ten tournament championship with a 71-56 victory over the Wisconsin Badgers . All three were all-tourney players. MI hit four 3s in the first half. When Hayes' putback cut Michigan's lead to 54-47, junior Duncan Robinson sprinted around a screen and made a 3-pointer that restored Michigan's double-digit lead with 3:49 remaining.
  • Partly sunny, colder Friday

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    South winds 15 to 20 miles per hour. As of Saturday morning, forecasters with AccuWeather were predicting the Harrisburg area would receive 3-6 inches of snow on Tuesday . MondayPartly cloudy. Colder. Highs in the upper 40s. Partly sunny, with a high near 22. Windy. Chance of precipitation is 70%. Chance of precipitation is 40 percent.
  • Alaska Airlines plots new San Jose, San Francisco routes

    Alaska Airlines plots new San Jose, San Francisco routes

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    Virgin America, owned by Alaska Airlines, will be the 10th airline for RDU. Kirby, who joined the Seattle-based carrier previous year from Southwest Airlines, said after the route expansion the company will fly to 13 of the 15 largest markets from the Bay Area.
  • Jewish Children's Museum Evacuated After Bomb Threat

    Jewish Children's Museum Evacuated After Bomb Threat

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    He also met with Devorah Halberstam, who was largely responsible for the museum's establishment in memory of her son, 16-year-old Ari, murdered by Arab terrorists who overstayed their visas in NY 25 years ago. "They hide behind the shadows, they work from a distance and their goal is to instill fear". The NYPD evacuated everyone from the building and barred people from entering as officers inspected the museum.
  • Notorious BIG Death: Today Marks 20th Anniversary Of Rapper's Death

    Notorious BIG Death: Today Marks 20th Anniversary Of Rapper's Death

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    There's exactly one reason to go to Sunday's Nets-Knicks game: Brooklyn will be honoring the late great rapper The Notorious B.I.G. "Then I remember him sitting down, and he really didn't have anything to say". The rap icon's former wife Faith Evans is now gearing up to release their joint The King & I album. Sean Combs, who signed Biggie to his first record deal, and Biggie's mom, Voletta Wallace , will be there-so will four of his kids .
  • Woman in labor demanded injection of heroin and meth

    Woman in labor demanded injection of heroin and meth

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    Farruggia gave birth to a baby boy September 16, and the child remains in the state's custody, documents show. Frenette is accused of injecting her with a brown substance before Farruggia's boyfriend called 911. Meanwhile, during her interview, Frenette told the investigators that she was, at first, baffled by her friend's request. Frenette said Farruggia had been trying to shoot up herself but was unable to do so and broke the needle.
  • Marchers to gather in Dundee for International Women's Day

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    On Jan. 21, millions of women and men around the world marched to support women's rights for the Women's March. The smile strike was listed as an action by a group backing the global strike, but many women have picked up on the idea. "At least they hear us", said Betty Evans, a CTA employee. The main event in San Francisco, the rally in front of City Hall, was aimed at urging women to take actions such as exclusively shopping at businesses owned by women and minorities, and observing a ...
  • Day care worker caught on camera shoving child in Pennsylvania

    Day care worker caught on camera shoving child in Pennsylvania

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    After the incident, Gable looked up at the camera realizing she had been recorded. THIS is the shocking moment a nursery worker shoves a four-year-old girl down a flight of stairs. ENTER THE DRAGON Komodo National Park is 37 years old today, so what exactly are the vicious dragons that live there? Truck driver's risky driving exposed by dashcam Video has emerged of a truck driving erratically on a New South Wales road, swerving dangerously in and out of lanes.
  • Supreme Court won't hear transgender bathroom case

    Supreme Court won't hear transgender bathroom case

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    The U.S. Supreme Court issued an order Monday morning in the case of Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. In 2015, at age 16, Grimm stood before the Virginia school board and pleaded, "All I want to do is be a normal child and use the restroom in peace".
  • Police say gravestones damaged at Jewish cemetery in Brooklyn were not vandalized

    Police say gravestones damaged at Jewish cemetery in Brooklyn were not vandalized

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    Police are investigating after five tombstones were damaged at a historic Jewish cemetery in NY this weekend. There have been 122 bomb threats called in to Jewish organizations in three dozen states since early January. In late February, at least 170 headstones were damaged at a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis. Authorities last week arrested and charged Missouri resident Juan Thompson, 31, in connection with at least eight of the threats.