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The injunction had been brought forward by Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour, who was represented by an attorney from the Council on American-Islamic Relations. The second ban looks similar to the first - it's aimed at keeping people from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the USA for 90 days. Two other judges, in Hawaii and Maryland, put a restraining order in place which prevents the executive order from going into effect while the underlying claim is being adjudicated.
  • Day care worker caught on camera pushing 4-year-old down stairs

    Day care worker caught on camera pushing 4-year-old down stairs

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    The scene was caught on surveillance cameras that were recently installed in the daycare. Gable has been arrested and faces assault and child welfare charges in Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania. "I was so upset". After footage was released of 52-year-old Sarah Gable allegedly mistreating one of the children, the community is in an uproar.
  • Supreme Court drops transgender bathroom access case

    Supreme Court drops transgender bathroom access case

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    The Supreme Court (SCOTUS) will not hear the case of Gloucester County School Board v. G.G., sending the case between a transgender student and his county school board back for lower courts to decide. This does not mean that Grimm's case is necessarily in trouble. "It is extremely disappointing that the Supreme Court declined to use this opportunity to provide clarity on gender identity protections under Title IX sex protections".
  • 97-year-old twins perish in cold after fall outside

    97-year-old twins perish in cold after fall outside

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    The three sisters then went to Haley's home. A 97-year-old woman apparently slipped and fell while walking to her auto. A neighbor first saw the body of Williams , of East Providence, in the driveway outside her home and reported her discovery to police.
  • Cullerton accuses Bruce Rauner of killing Senate budget deal

    Cullerton accuses Bruce Rauner of killing Senate budget deal

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    The day started with the votes to be taken on workers compensation changes and tax hikes, but votes from the Republicans were disappearing. "As you all know, this has been a bipartisan venture, it's going to take support from both sides of the aisle to pass this legislation".
  • Baltimore officers face federal racketeering charges

    Baltimore officers face federal racketeering charges

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    Justice Department scrutiny of abusive policing that they kept falsely detaining people, stealing their money and property, and faking reports to cover it up, according to a damning federal indictment. Davis said other officers weren't surprised when they learned who was indicted, because several of them have been the subject of numerous misconduct complaints and civil lawsuits alleging abuse.
  • NY giraffe to give birth on YouTube with 1 million followers

    NY giraffe to give birth on YouTube with 1 million followers

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    Zoo officials said the pregnancy itself was "unplanned" and that Dobby's mother, Kipele, was actually on birth control. The baby giraffe measured 5-feet-tall and weighed 73 pounds. The Denver Post reported that Dobby's father, Dikembe, came to the Denver Zoo in February 1996 from his birthplace at the Colorado Springs, Colorado, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, where he was born in December 1993.
  • 2-Year-Old Dies After Being Left in Hot Car

    2-Year-Old Dies After Being Left in Hot Car

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    He was rushed to a local hospital where he later died, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. Hillsborough Sheriff's Office said the child's half-sister went into the shopping center, leaving the toddler in the vehicle. It was 89 degrees in Brandon at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. His name was Jacob and he was two years old. Detectives are actively investigating Silva-Tello and any other potential witnesses, along with gathering physical evidence.
  • Suspect in custody in New Orleans parade crash

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    Rizzuto lives in Paradis, La.in St. Charles Parish. Several people were reportedly pinned underneath the pickup truck after the accident. The state answered that the New Orleans Police Department is busy and said they expect more charges to be filed as the investigation continues.
  • Dozens of headstones toppled at Philadelphia Jewish cemetery

    Dozens of headstones toppled at Philadelphia Jewish cemetery

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    According to authorities, police responded Sunday morning to a call about vandalism at the Mount Carmel cemetery located at Frankford and Cheltenham avenues. After the vandalism in Missouri, Governor Eric Greitens wrote in a Facebook post : "Anyone who would seek to divide us through an act of desecration will find instead that they unite us in shared determination".
  • Better days will come, Ginsburg says in interview

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    The health of Ginsburg, who's widely considered the most reliable liberal vote on the court, has driven concern among liberals and activists concerned that President Donald Trump could reshape the court for years to come. Ginsburg didn't talk about Trump's controversial executive order barring refugees and citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States.
  • Woman saves officer by jumping on suspect's back during struggle

    Woman saves officer by jumping on suspect's back during struggle

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    I'm just so happy, lost of words. "You don't have time to think about it.I did what God needed me to do". Williams-Tillman reportedly hurt her wrist. His bond is set at $167,500. He has not gone to court yet and has not yet entered a plea. Bennett faces charges including aggravated battery, disarming a police officer, battery on a police officer, resisting arrest, and drug possession.
  • National Park Service waive entrance fees on Presidents' Day

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    Monday is Presidents Day - celebrating the birth of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln . Others are trying to make You're Fired- Trump's catchphrase from The Apprentice- trend. "The bill went into effect in 1971 and deemed that "Washington's Birthday" would be moved from February 22 to the third Monday in February". It's used to honor all of our presidents past and present.
  • Police detain shooter near California zoo; many shots fired

    Police detain shooter near California zoo; many shots fired

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    However, the scene is still active and police are asking residents to avoid the area. The California Highway Patrol closed eastbound Interstate 580 after an active shooter was reported near the Oakland Zoo on February 17, 2017 . His exact cause of death has not been released at this time. In a statement, Oakland police officer Johnna Watson said: 'This is extremely concerning for the Oakland police Department.
  • Senate confirms Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to lead EPA

    Senate confirms Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to lead EPA

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    Congressional Democrats called for a delay on Pruitt's confirmation after a state judge in Oklahoma ordered Pruitt to release emails between him and energy industry executives. Now that Pruitt has been confirmed , the question has been asked whether Scott Pruitt will live out, in his role as the head of the EPA, the tenets of his Christian faith.
  • Undocumented Texas woman arrested while seeking domestic violence help

    Undocumented Texas woman arrested while seeking domestic violence help

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    Gilman said she has seen instances in which individuals sought out assistance as a result of domestic violence and ended up tangled in immigration proceedings. The ICE affidavit also lists several crimes Gonzalez apparently has been convicted of since 2010. Advocates often walk survivors through their options, letting them take the lead and ultimately decide what to do, but, "it is harder when the landscape is shifting and you can't guarantee, 'Hey, you won't be picked up by ICE at this ...
  • Senate narrrowly confirms SC's Mulvaney as budget czar

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    Mick Mulvaney, formerly a Representative to the U.S. Congress from SC, faced opposition from members of the Republican Party prior to his confirmation. Mulvaney's poor record on national-security issues is at odds with Trump's promise to rebuilt the US military, said McCain, the influential chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
  • South Carolina Man Planned Shooting 'In The Spirit Of Dylann Roof'

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    Benjamin Thomas Samuel McDowell , 29, was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday at around 5 p.m. after he told an undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agent he wanted to secure a gun to carry out attacks. He has multiple convictions for burglary, and has also been convicted of assault of a high and aggravated nature, petty larceny, third-degree assault and malicious injury to property, according to State Law Enforcement Division records.