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'Poppycock!': Federal Judge Bars CBP Employees From Screening Asylum-Seekers

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| "The training requirements cited in the government's declaration do not come close to being 'comparable' to the training requirements of full asylum officers," U.S. District Judge Richard Leon wrote.

Judge Delays Extradition Of Teen Charged With Shooting Protesters In Kenosha

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A judge says Kyle Rittenhouse, accused in the deadly shooting of protesters in Kenosha, Wis., can stay in Illinois until Sept. 25 to assemble his legal defense team.

Wisconsin Police Shooting Leaves Black Man In 'Serious Condition'

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Kenosha Police say officers were involved in a shooting after responding to a domestic incident on Sunday. A video that appears to show police shooting a man several times has sparked outrage.

California Picks Up Fight Over DACA Restrictions Again

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State Attorney General Xavier Becerra will challenge new restrictions aimed at limiting Deferred Action for Childhod Arrivals applications while the Trump administration aims to end the program.

Federal Appeals Court Throws Out California Ban On Large-Capacity Gun Magazines

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The court on Friday ruled that the state's "near-categorical ban of [the magazines] infringes on the fundamental right to self-defense." The decision is a blow to gun control activists.

Governor Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta Mayor Over Masks, But Fight May Not Be Over

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Gov. Brian Kemp suggests he will wait out his existing executive order and address Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' refusal to lift her mask-wearing requirement when he signs a new one on Aug. 15.

Supreme Court Allows Rhode Island To Make Voting By Mail Easier Amid Pandemic

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The state has agreed to suspend a requirement that mail-in ballots must be signed before two witnesses or a notary. The high court rejects a Republican effort to reinstate the rule this fall.

Department Of Justice Seizes Bitcoin, Websites From Terror Groups

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The DOJ calls this "the government's largest-ever seizure of cryptocurrency in the terrorism context." It also seizes websites ISIS allegedly used to sell fake face masks during the pandemic.

Hiroshima Atomic Bombing Raising Questions 75 Years Later

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The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were said at the time to be justified as the only way to end World War II. Seventy five years later, legal experts say they would now be war crimes.

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