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Families will no longer be separated at the border. But where are my clients’ kids?

Immigrant children now housed in a tent encampment under the new "zero tolerance" policy by the Trump administration are shown walking in single file at the facility near the Mexican border in Tornillo, Texas, U.S. June 19, 2018. (Mike Blake/Reuters). I sat across from my new client, a petite woman from Central America in her late 20s or early 30s, behind the plexiglass at the El Paso County Detention Facility. She had fled her country with her ... Full story

Donald Trump 'lacks character' for hotel liquor licence

Image caption Donald Trump remains the legal owner of the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC. A hotel owned by US President Donald Trump should have its liquor licence revoked, a group of religious leaders and judges say. The group filed a complaint to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (ABC) saying the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC should lose its license due to Mr Trump's "egregious conduct". Local laws say only people ... Full story

Opinion | The King and Queen of Cruelty

You just can’t construct prisons for babies. You can’t rip children from mothers and fathers. You can’t use the power of the American government to institute and oversee a program of state-sponsored child abuse. You can’t have a system where the process and possibility of reunification is murky and maybe futile. You can’t do any of that and assume that decent people won’t rise up in revolt. Donald Trump learned that this week as an avalanche of ... Full story

FBI: Sexual assaults on flights increasing 'at an alarming rate'

(CNN) The number of sexual assaults reported during commercial airline flights is increasing "at an alarming rate," the FBI said Wednesday, and the number of actual cases could be much higher. FBI investigations into midair sexual assaults increased by 66% from fiscal year 2014 to 2017. The bureau said it had opened 63 investigations into sexual assault on aircraft in 2017, compared with 57 in 2016, 40 in 2015 and 38 in 2014. FBI Special Agent ... Full story

For the first time since 1980, Iranian women allowed to watch World Cup in same stadium as men

An Iran fan attends the Russia 2018 World Cup Group B football match between Iran and Spain at the Kazan Arena in Kazan on June 20, 2018. (Roman Kruchinin/AFP/Getty Images). Female soccer fans in Iran were taken through a roller coaster of emotions on Wednesday — and all before their team stepped onto the field to play against Spain. For 38 years, women have been banned from watching men's sporting events in Iran. But on Tuesday, local news ... Full story

NY Times senior staff editor taunted Antonin Scalia after justice's death, report says

New York Times senior staff editor Raillan Brooks, left, apparently made fun of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in a string of tweets. (LinkedIn/AP, File). A current senior staff editor at The New York Times made light of the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in a series of tasteless tweets, The Daily Caller reported Thursday. Scalia, known for originalist interpretations of the Constitution, died suddenly in February 2016 ... Full story

Peter Fonda apologizes for vulgar remarks made about Donald Trump's son

Actor Peter Fonda has issued an apology for his “inappropriate and vulgar” tweet about the president’s son, Baron Trump, in which he called for him to be “ripped” from his mother and put in a “cage with pedophiles.”. After some since-deleted tweets the 78-year-old Oscar-winner made about the Trump Administration’s policy of separating children from their families at the southern border gained negative attention and were flagged by the Secret ... Full story

‘Unite the Right’ organizer gets approval for rally anniversary event in D.C.

Police escort Jason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right” rally, as he is rushed away after a news conference at City Hall in Charlottesville on Aug. 13, 2017. (Tasos Katopodis/European Pressphoto Agency). June 20 at 7:04 PM Email the author. An organizer of last year’s deadly white-supremacist gathering in Charlottesville has received initial approval from the National Park Service to hold a rally across from the White House on Aug. 12, ... Full story

National Enquirer Executives Said to Be Subpoenaed in Cohen Investigation

The investigation into President Trump’s former lawyer and “fixer” Michael D. Cohen has ensnared the publisher of The National Enquirer, further thrusting the media company into a federal inquiry involving a onetime top lieutenant to a sitting president. Prosecutors with the Southern District of New York subpoenaed executives at the publisher, American Media, this spring, according to people who have been briefed about the move but agreed to ... Full story

Alaska hiker found dead after apparent bear attack, police say

Michael Soltis, 44, was last seen Monday evening in the area of Hiland road in Anchorage where police he say he went for a hike. (Anchorage Police Department/ iStock). The search for a missing man in Alaska ended Wednesday when he was found dead in the woods, likely because of a bear attack, police said. Michael Soltis, 44, last was seen Monday evening in the area of Hiland Road in Anchorage where police say he went for a hike. At approximately ... Full story