ICE Set Up A Fake University To Lure & Arrest Over 250 Immigrants Trying To Get An Education

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Source: Bossip ICE Set Up Fake College To Catch Over 250 Immigrants In Michigan According to USA Today, about 250 students have been arrested by ICE as part of a sting operation by federal agents who trick foreign-born immigrant students to attend the school that marketed itself as a graduate school in technology and computer …

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Utah Teacher Fired After Telling Boy Who Gave Thanks for His Adoptive Dads That ‘Homosexuality Is Wrong’

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Source: Newsweek A Utah substitute teacher was fired this month after allegedly criticizing a fifth grade boy who told the class he was thankful for his two adoptive dads. The incident occurred last Friday at the Deerfield Elementary School in Cedar Hills after the sub asked students about the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. When the 11-year-old …

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The Water Wars that Defined the American West Are Heading East

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Source: MSN Water stress, a hallmark of the American West, is spreading east. The shift is evident on Casey Cox’s family farm in Georgia’s agricultural heartland, where she turned on five giant rotating sprinklers to see her sweet corn through weeks of hot, dry weather last spring. “If we hadn’t had irrigation, our crop would …

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Three 2020 candidates dropped out in less than 48 hours. Here’s what it means.

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Source: MSN The 2020 Democratic presidential field may finally be narrowing in a significant way. In less than 48 hours over Sunday evening and Tuesday afternoon, Sen. Kamala Harris, once considered among the top tier of candidates, former Pennsylvania Rep. Joe Sestak and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock all dropped out of the race for the …

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A small town can’t afford cops at night. So it’s turning to cameras watched by citizen patrols.

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Source: MSN In rural Josephine County, Ore., basic government services can be hard to come by. Budget shortfalls are a constant in what was once a rich timber- and gold-mining region, and residents have repeatedly voted against increasing taxes to fill the ever-widening gap. For people in Cave Junction, a community of nearly 2,000 people …

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