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Sheriffs Still Looking for Clarity on Deportation

Despite tough talk on sanctuary cities from the Trump administration, many sheriffs still fear that they lack the legal right to hold prisoners for possible deportation, even at the request of federal authorities.

Sheriffs, who operate 85 percent of local jails, are still waiting for courts to clarify the legality of “detainers,” or federal requests to hold prisoners for possible deportation.

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For indicted NSA contractor, hoarding classified documents became an obsession

Prosecutors Wednesday indicted a former U.S. intelligence contractor on charges of stealing highly classified documents, nearly six months after investigators swooped down on his Maryland home and found “breathtaking” quantities of top-secret information, some of it stored in a shed and in his car.

Prosecutors slapped 20 felony counts on Harold T. Martin III, 52, accusing him of willful retention of national defense information. Each count carries a potential 10-year jail term.

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Gravy Train Flows at Warren’s Consumer Agency

Pay is flowing so generously at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) that hundreds of bureaucrats there receive more than most members of Congress.

The Senate majority and minority leaders are paid $193,000 annually. Two hundred and one CFPB employees outdo Sens. Mitch McConnell and Charles Schumer in pay.

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Sen. Ted Cruz Calls Democrats ‘The Party Of The KKK’

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) claimed Wednesday night that “the Democrats are the party of the Ku Klux Klan.”

Speaking on Fox News, Cruz blasted the party for its opposition to Jeff Sessions, who was confirmed as attorney general on Wednesday.

Critics had accused Sessions of racial bias, among other things, but Cruz attempted to turn it around on the Democrats.

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POLL: Travel ban is one of Trump’s most popular executive orders

President Donald Trump’s executive order barring refugees and people from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US is one of his most popular so far, according to a new poll from Morning Consult and Politico.

The order has a 55% approval rating among voters polled, with 35% saying they “strongly approve.” Thirty-eight percent of voters said they disapprove.

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Chelsea Manning supporters launch ‘Welcome Home Fund’ as WikiLeaks source nears release from prison

Friends and family members of Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning launched a crowdfunding campaign on her behalf Tuesday as the WikiLeaks source prepares for life after prison.

A “Welcome Home Fund” established for the soldier this week aims to raise $100,000 to go towards various living expenses she’ll likely incur upon being released from prison this spring after serving seven years of a 35-year prison sentence for espionage and other charges related to her unauthorized disclosure of documents to WikiLeaks.

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Highly-trained Hamas commandos head to Egypt to team-up with terror group ISIS

Many have travelled to the war-torn Sinai peninsula which already has a heavy ISIS presence, reports the Times of Israel.

Highly-trained bomb makers are among those said to have joined up with Islamis State jihadis.

ISIS has carried out a string of bloody attacks targeting both civilians and the Egyptian army over the last few years.

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GOP stalwart Steve Forbes blasts Republicans on ‘crazy’ border tax

The House Republican border adjustment proposal to tax imports is “insane,” said media mogul and two-time GOP presidential candidate Steve Forbes.

“The Republicans are proposing this crazy tax. They’re going to punish American consumers over $100 billion a year” over 10 years by making goods coming into the U.S. more expensive, Forbes told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Wednesday. “And these are Republicans doing it.”

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Ecuador presidential candidate promises to evict Julian Assange from embassy

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be asked to leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London within a month if the country’s main opposition candidate Guillermo Lasso wins the presidential elections next week.

In an interview with the Guardian, Lasso, who belongs to the right-wing Creo-Suma alliance, said after over four years, it was time for Assange to move on because his asylum was expensive and no longer justified.

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ISIS fighters call Trump’s travel order a ‘blessed ban’

ISIS fighters are reportedly hailing President Trump’s executive order on immigration as “the Blessed Ban” — saying it proves to their followers that America really does “hate” Islam.

A resident in the Iraqi city of Mosul, which is still considered an Islamic State stronghold, told New York Times terror correspondent Rukmini Callimachi that the jihadists have been openly celebrating the ban ever since Trump singed it into effect on Jan. 27.

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Now TJ Maxx and Marshalls are dumping Ivanka too: Signs for her products are thrown in the TRASH and remaining items are HIDDEN in racks as boycott against her fashion line gathers pace

Ivanka Trump’s beleaguered fashion brand has taken another kicking after the bosses of TJ Maxx and Marshalls demanded stores throw out her advertisements and take down her special displays.

Last week workers at the chains – which are both owned by TJX Companies – were told that her products would no longer hold pride of place in the stores.

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