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World News The new cover of TIME forces Donald Trump to face immigrant children
Author: 0 The new cover of TIME forces Donald Trump to face immigrant children

Moore told the magazine he had to "stop and take deep breaths" after capturing the image of a two-year-old Honduran girl crying for her mother, who was being detained in McAllen, Texas. The Trump administration's so-called "zero tolerance" policy has resulted in many people being taken into federal custody immediately after crossing the border.

World News Koko, the extraordinary gorilla who mastered sign language, dies at 46
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Koko , the thoughtful gorilla who captivated the world through her ability to use sign language and revealed an empathetic side to great apes, has died. The first cover, in October of 1978, featured a photograph Koko had taken of herself in a mirror. Videos featuring Koko and other kittens she has looked after have been viewed thousands of times worldwide.

World News New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Gives Birth to a Baby Girl
Author: 0 New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Gives Birth to a Baby Girl

Ardern found out she was pregnant on October 13, just six days before she was propelled into the job when Peters, the leader of the New Zealand First Party, announced he was siding with her Labour Party in post-election negotiations. Recently describing the impending handing over of the reins as a "snooze fest", leader Simon Bridges will of course still be keeping a watching brief on Winston Peters as prime minister, ready to pounce on any mis-step.

World News Trump's migrant policy: First blowback, then about-face
Author: 0 Trump's migrant policy: First blowback, then about-face

The president said the Justice Department is now drafting an order to undo separation of migrant families. The typo is emblematic of the implementation of the Zero-Tolerance Policy. Kay Bellor, vice president for programs at Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, among the largest refugee resettlement agencies in the USA, said: "While children will no longer be ripped from the arms of their parents for the sole objective of deterring immigration, they will go to jail with their parents".

World News Israeli PM Netanyahu's wife charged with fraud
Author: 0 Israeli PM Netanyahu's wife charged with fraud

Embassy to Jerusalem , taking away attention from a series of corruption investigations facing the prime minister. Sara Netanyahu has long faced allegations of abusive behaviour and living extravagantly in a manner out of touch with the general public.

World News Thousands watch the sun rise over Stonehenge | Lifestyle from
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In the Northern Hemisphere, the solstice usually takes place between June 20 and 22, depending on the year. On Thursday, it was set to happen at 6:07 a.m. This is the origin of the word solstice, which means "solar standstill". How is the solstice celebrated? . Monuments at Stonehenge in England, Karnak in Egypt, and Chankillo in Peru reveal that people around the world have taken note of the sun's northern and southern travels for more than 5,000 years.

World News Haley blasts rights groups for undermining US
Author: 0 Haley blasts rights groups for undermining US

Finland believes the American decision to leave the United Nations Council on Human Rights is a "setback", as Finland had hoped the USA would remain part of the body. during President George W. Bush's administration, said that the United States is self-governing, and that it does not need the advice of the United Nations or other global bodies on how to do so.

World News Israel strikes Hamas after heavy rocket attacks from Gaza
Author: 0 Israel strikes Hamas after heavy rocket attacks from Gaza

The military says the country's Iron Dome anti-missile shield intercepted seven rockets. Read the full story . Over 100 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since they began. Israel's tactics in confronting the weekly Friday protests have drawn worldwide condemnation. "The IDF is prepared to continue operating with increased intensity and with various means in response to these terror attacks", an IDF representative said.

World News One Minute Weather: More tropical downpours could flood streets today
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This activity wll continue through this evening keeping rain chances in place across Texas and Louisiana. The summer solstice is Thursday morning at 5:07 and it will feel like summer during the afternoon as temperatures get back into the lower 90s under partly cloudy skies with just a 20% chance for a couple stray showers.

World News Donald Trump, nervous Republicans scramble for legislative fix to family separation crisis
Author: 0 Donald Trump, nervous Republicans scramble for legislative fix to family separation crisis

Several lawsuits have been filed seeking to end the policy of family separation, including one filed by the American Civil Liberties Union in federal court in San Diego. Thousands of immigrant families have been separated at the border since Sessions announced the "zero tolerance" policy in April, and while Congress negotiates a fix (while Trump refuses to simply undo the policy) the government separated 65 children per day on average from their parents between May 5 and June 9.

World News Duke alum Stephen Miller 'instrumental' in Trump's policy to separate migrant families
Author: 0 Duke alum Stephen Miller 'instrumental' in Trump's policy to separate migrant families

The New York Times angered journalists and progressives by deciding not to publish the audio recording of an interview conducted with White House policy adviser Stephen Miller , citing confusion over its original ground rules. Instead, this morning's episode features a little explanation at the beginning from Davis, who said the Times had planned use the audio "until I heard from the White House earlier today that they were not at all comfortable with us using that audio".

Author: 0 Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Dems rip President Trump on border separations

Mark Sanford (R-SC), who just lost a primary largely due to his past criticism of the president. Juan Vargas, a Democrat from southern California, shouted as Trump exited the meeting. Democrats have seized on the family separation issue, swarming detention centers in Texas to highlight the policy. Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart (R-FL), a leading pro-immigration Republican, told TPM that House members were "still massaging" the legislative language to end family separation.

World News Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok escorted from Federal Bureau of Investigation building Friday
Author: 0 Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok escorted from Federal Bureau of Investigation building Friday

In a speech to the National Federation of Independent Business on Tuesday, Trump said Democrats "want to focus on immigration because they want to keep the cameras away from the hearings". In the wake of the inspector general's findings, FBI Director Christopher Wray has announced a bureau-wide effort to emphasize training created to prevent FBI personnel from having unauthorized conversations with reporters.

World News Israeli aircraft strike Hamas targets in Gaza Strip
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The Israel Defense Force said the attack was a response to Hamas sending burning, oil-soaked rags over the border, attached to kites or balloons. Soldiers used rubber-coated steel bullets, tear gas canisters, and stun grenades against the locals, however, no injuries were reported.

Author: 0 House GOP gets little direction from Trump on immigration

While just what substance Trump might accept on a bill to reverse family separation or on a broader immigration measure remains unclear, his desired fate for migrant families is clear. "We have a chance". Trump said Tuesday that current law gives his administration only two options for handling people who cross the border illegally: "Totally open borders or criminal prosecution".

World News Rudy Says Roger Stone Russian Meeting No Big Deal
Author: 0 Rudy Says Roger Stone Russian Meeting No Big Deal

My legal expenses for representation surrounding my testimony to the House Intelligence Committee and my impending testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee and perhaps the Senate Judiciary Committee along with compliance with their broad and onerous document requests mean my legal expenses are expected to exceed $1 million.

World News Blatter will fly to Moscow for World Cup
Author: 0 Blatter will fly to Moscow for World Cup

The 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup kicked off at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, where 32 nations, divided into eight groups are fighting it out for the coveted trophy in the month-long event. His presence in Moscow can be an awkward distraction for Federation Internationale de Football Association and its new president, Gianni Infantino, who comes from a neighboring town in the same Swiss canon (state) as his predecessor.

World News 5 undocumented immigrants killed in Texas auto crash
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Listen to ProPublica's full audio above. He says the Southwest area is one of the weakest points for border security. "Papa!" Some are crying too hard to speak. There was even a small room for infants, complete with two high chairs, where two baby boys wore matching rugby style shirts with orange and white stripes.

Author: 0 Ivanka tells Trump the coverage of family separation immigration 'looks bad'

Mark Meadows of North Carolina, a leader of the conservative Freedom Caucus , said he has introduced a measure that "becomes a backup proposal" if others fail. At yesterday's press briefing (that Sarah Huckabee Sanders was too chickenshit to attend), Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen unsuccessfully tried to defend the policy and actually called the kids "alien children".

World News Maddow breaks down reading AP story on 'tender age' shelters
Author: 0 Maddow breaks down reading AP story on 'tender age' shelters

The news cycle about President Trump's immigration crackdown is hitting Rachel Maddow hard: The MSNBC anchor broke down on camera at the end of Tuesday's show, getting so choked up that she couldn't continue. border. A fourth shelter for young immigrant children is planned to open in Houston. The story quoted Steven Wagner, an official with the Department of Health and Human Services, referring to "specialized facilities that are devoted to providing care to children with special ...

World News Rescue ships finally dock in Spain as migrant debate roils Europe
Author: 0 Rescue ships finally dock in Spain as migrant debate roils Europe

A staff of 2,320, including volunteers, translators, police and health officials are awaiting the Aquarius and two Italian vessels that shared its passengers to make the voyage safer. Boats full of refugees and migrants continue to courageous the treacherous waters of the Mediterranean in search of safety. "There will be a before and after", said Father Angel Garcia Rodriguez, a priest who heads the Messengers of Peace non-governmental organisation which is helping migrants at the port.

World News Afghanistan: Taliban Snub Ghani's Peace Overture, Call Off Cease-Fire
Author: 0 Afghanistan: Taliban Snub Ghani's Peace Overture, Call Off Cease-Fire

But later Sunday, the Taliban announced that their cease-fire had ended and they had no intention of extending it. The people killed in the attack had been at a meeting to celebrate the ceasefire. Some Taliban seen taking selfies w‎ith Afghan government forces and officials had been warned, the Taliban official said. It was the first formal nationwide ceasefire since 2001 when U.S.

World News Today in Trump's Prison Camps for Children: White House Ignores Their Cries
Author: 0 Today in Trump's Prison Camps for Children: White House Ignores Their Cries

Hurd expressed support for both executive and legislative action to stop family separations. Democrats staged an impromptu congressional protest and moderate Republicans and key US business groups pressed President Donald Trump on Tuesday to stop separating immigrant children from their parents as an opinion poll showed most Americans oppose the policy.