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Global Effort Begins To Stop Social Media From Spreading Terrorism

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| New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said her country and France will lead a meeting with world leaders next month. Social media is now a "centerpiece" for terrorist outreach, an expert says.

Blasting Trump's 'Unacceptable Behavior,' Iowa Lawmaker Leaves GOP After 40+ Years

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Kansas state Rep. Andy McKean says that the Republican Party has changed and that he no longer wants to be a member. He was first elected to the legislature in 1978.

After Felony Conviction, Iraq War Veteran Faces Deportation To Mexico

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Edgar Baltazar Garcia got into some serious trouble after he came home from war. Now, he faces deportation over a felony conviction unless an immigration judge decides to let him stay in the U.S.

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See 200 Years Of Twists And Turns Of Census Citizenship Questions

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A citizenship question has not been included among the census questions for every household in almost 70 years. The Trump administration wants to change that with the upcoming 2020 census.

Timeline: The Census Citizenship Question's Unusual Journey To The Supreme Court

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A trail of internal emails, memos and other court filings show how the Trump administration pushed to get a citizenship question on the 2020 census despite warnings of how it may undermine the count.

A Decade Of Implications At Stake, Supreme Court Hears Census Citizenship Question

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The justices are weighing whether the Trump administration can include a citizenship question on the 2020 census. A decision is expected this summer, when printing of the census forms is set to begin.

At The U.S.-Mexico Border, Volunteer Medics Step In To Care For Migrants

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From a mother with belly pain to a teen girl with a possibly infected tooth, volunteer medics are treating migrants once they've been released from government custody.

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Sri Lanka's Easter Bombings Bring Renewed Violence To A Long-Troubled Country

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Here are some key things to know about Sunday's deadly attacks, the group Sri Lanka blames for perpetrating them — and the country's complicated history.

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After Sri Lanka Attacks, Islamist Group Blamed And Victims Named

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Sri Lankans mourned the deaths of nearly 300 people who were caught in Easter Sunday's coordinated church and hotel bombings. Officials blamed the National Thowfeek Jamaath, a local militant group.