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Tent court hearings for migrants ramp up in Texas as lawyers decry lack of access


Posted: Mon-May-2020



About half the migrants scheduled to appear in a tent courtrooms in Texas showed up for their initial hearings as part of a new Trump administration tactic.

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No respite for U.K. PM Boris Johnson and aide accused of flouting lockdown rules
Virus Outbreak Britain

Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced mutiny in his party and fury across Britain on Monday for refusing to sack his closest aide, Dominic Cummings, who is accused of flouting the coronavirus lockdown by driving 400 kilometres from London.

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Italy grapples with a new rhythm as it emerges from 2-month lockdown
Pino and Francesco

Italy, the first Western country to be ravaged by coronavirus, has further eased its two-month-long lockdown, allowing everything from museums and libraries to sit-down dining and hairdressers to reopen leaving businesses to grapple with radical changes to their operations.

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Spain to lift 2-week quarantine for tourists beginning July 1
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN

Spain is urging foreign tourists to return as the country announced Monday that a two-week quarantine period imposed on overseas visitors will be lifted on July 1. 

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Russian prosecutors request U.S.-Canadian citizen Paul Whelan serve 18 years in spying case
RUSSIA-USA/ESPIONAGE-WHELAN

Russian prosecutors asked a court on Monday to sentence former U.S. marine Paul Whelan, who is on trial accused of spying for the United States, to 18 years in a maximum security prison, his lawyer said.

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Germany divided over plans to ease pandemic-related restrictions amid new outbreaks
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A spat was brewing Monday between Germany's federal government and state governors over plans by some regional leaders to end pandemic-related restrictions despite fresh clusters of cases across the country.

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Japan lifts coronavirus emergency in Tokyo, all other remaining areas
Virus Outbreak Japan Daily Life

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe lifted a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and four other remaining areas on Monday, ending the restrictions nationwide as businesses begin to reopen.

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Crowds cram beaches across U.S., raising physical distancing concerns
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA

The Memorial Day weekend marking the unofficial start of summer in the U.S. meant big crowds at beaches and warnings from authorities Sunday about people disregarding the coronavirus physical-distancing rules and risking a resurgence of the scourge that has killed nearly 100,000 Americans.

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Republicans sue California in latest battle over expanded mail voting
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CALIFORNIA-NEWSOM

The Republican National Committee (RNC) and two other Republican groups on Sunday filed a lawsuit against California Gov. Gavin Newsom over his executive orders to use mail-in ballots for the November election.

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White House limits travel to U.S. from Brazil as COVID-19 crisis deepens
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The White House on Sunday said it was prohibiting most non-U.S. citizens from travelling to the United States if they had been in Brazil in the last two weeks, two days after the South American nation became the world No. 2 hot spot for coronavirus cases.

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British PM resists calls from own party to sack top adviser who crossed U.K. during lockdown
Virus Outbreak Britain

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson backed his senior adviser Dominic Cummings on Sunday, despite calls from within his own Conservative Party for the aide to resign for driving 400 kilometres during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Hong Kong police fire tear gas, water cannon as thousands protest security laws
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Pro-democracy supporters have sharply criticized a proposal, set to be approved by China's rubber-stamp parliament this week, that would ban secessionist and subversive activity, as well as foreign interference, in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.

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Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu attacks justice system as trial begins
Israel Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday launched a tirade against the nation's justice system as his long-awaited corruption trial got underway, accusing police and prosecutors of conspiring to "depose" him.

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Launching into space during COVID-19: Two Americans prepare for liftoff from Cape Canaveral
AtlasV launch on May 17, 2020 from Cape Canaveral

Cape Canaveral is readying for its first manned space launch from the United States in nine years and the first time astronauts will fly on a commercial rocket made by SpaceX. The launch is scheduled for 4:33 pm ET on Wednesday.

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Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr holiday amid curfews, coronavirus fears
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Muslims around the world on Sunday began celebrating Eid al-Fitr, a normally festive holiday marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan, with millions under strict stay-at-home orders and many fearing renewed coronavirus outbreaks.

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Canadian-led NATO battlegroup in Latvia targeted by pandemic disinformation campaign
Canada - Latvia Exercise

The Canadian-led NATO battle group in Latvia was the target of a pandemic-related disinformation campaign that alliance commanders say they believe originated in Russia.

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Trump golfs, urges states to further relax restrictions as U.S. deaths near 100,000
Virus Outbreak New York

U.S. President Donald Trump played golf at one of his courses Saturday during the Memorial Day weekend as he urged U.S. states to reopen after coronavirus-related lockdowns. Yet many Americans remained cautious as the number of confirmed cases nationwide passed 1.6 million.

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Western Australia state hit by 'once-in-a-decade' storm
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About 50,000 homes and businesses were without power across Western Australia state on Sunday as a severe storm hit the the coast and brought wind gusts of more than 100 km/h, officials said.

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British PM's top adviser called on to resign over 400-km trip to parents' house during lockdown
Virus Outbreak Britain

The British government dug in Saturday to defend Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top adviser, Dominic Cummings, for travelling more than 400 kilometres to his parents' house during a nationwide lockdown at a time when he suspected he had the coronavirus.

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Beijing warns against 'meddling' as Canada, others express concerns over Hong Kong security laws
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China's foreign ministry branch in Hong Kong dismissed concerns that its proposed national security laws for the city would harm foreign investors, hitting back at "meddling" countries as Beijing's ties with Washington soured further.

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Fire destroys warehouse on San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf
San Francisco Pier Fire

A fire engulfed a warehouse on San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf early Saturday, sending a thick plume of smoke over the waterfront and threatening to spread to a historic World War II-era ship before firefighters brought the flames under control.

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New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Keeps Her Cool As Earthquake Hits Mid-Interview
“We’re just having a bit of an earthquake here Ryan, quite a decent shake here,” the prime minister said during the live exchange. ... read more


Boris Johnson Refuses To Fire Dominic Cummings Despite Lockdown Allegations
The PM confirmed his senior aide would keep his job despite massive backlash. ... read more


Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas At Thousands Of Protesters Opposing New China Law
Demonstrators took to the streets on Sunday to protest a controversial national security law that would ban secessionist and subversive activity against Beijing ... read more


Pakistan's Coronavirus Response Is All About Politics As Its Cases Soar
The country abandoned most protective measures just as it had a chance to get case numbers under control. It's now celebrating a major festival. ... read more


Boris Johnson's Top Adviser Accused Of Flouting Coronavirus Lockdown Rules
Dominic Cummings, a special aide to Britain's prime minister, reportedly ignored a ban on visiting relatives to travel more than 250 miles to his parents’ house. ... read more


Coronavirus Live Updates: Read The Latest About The COVID-19 Outbreak
Stay up to date as we cover the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and its effects across the world. ... read more


A Tragic Plane Crash In Pakistan Rattles An Already Nervous Nation
With the Islamic holiday of Eid just days away, Pakistanis were hoping for a respite from the country's worsening coronavirus outbreak. ... read more


Europe Braces For Second Wave of Coronavirus Infections
As lockdowns ease, scientists and government officials now fear a new surge is not a matter of if, but when, and how big. ... read more


Airbus Plane Crashes In Crowded Karachi Neighborhood
The Pakistan International Airlines flight, carrying 98 onboard, crashed into a crowded neighborhood on the edge of the airport. ... read more


Family Of Slain Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Forgives Saudi Killers, Sparing 5 Execution
The government agents had been sentenced to death for an operation that cast a cloud of suspicion over Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. ... read more


China Proposes Law Cracking Down On Hong Kong Opposition Activity
Such a move has long been under consideration but was hastened by months of anti-government protests last year. ... read more


Virtual Citizenship Oaths A New Option For Some Future Canadians
The swearing-in ceremonies have been postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis. ... read more


Man Enjoys Sweetest Post-Coronavirus Lockdown Reunion With His Family's Donkey
Ismael Fernández hadn’t seen Baldomera for more than two months because of Spain's restrictions. Video of their reunion is something special. ... read more


At Least 5 Million People Globally Have Been Infected With COVID-19
The World Health Organization warned Wednesday that the outbreak was far from over. "We still have a long way to go in this pandemic,” the agency's chief said. ... read more


What Are The Coronavirus Vaccine Human Trials Actually Doing And What Is Involved?
Experts involved in the Oxford University Covid-19 vaccine trial – and a participant – explain how it works. ... read more


Indian Govt Trots Out Meaningless Data As COVID-19 Cases Rocket Despite Lockdown
The Modi government is using incomplete national-level data to justify arbitrary policy decisions, defend its record, and underplay the extent of the COVID-19 crisis. ... read more


Brazil Is The New Epicenter Of The Global Coronavirus Pandemic
Far-right President Jair Bolsonaro’s denial and incompetence have led to a predictable surge in cases. ... read more


Coronavirus Live Updates: Read The Latest About The COVID-19 Outbreak
Stay up to date as we cover the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and its effects across the world. ... read more


Europe Risks It All To Restart International Travel
The critical importance of tourism to Europe’s economy is forcing countries into a restart that appeared unthinkable just weeks ago. ... read more


Virus Complicates Evacuation Of 2.6 Million People As Cyclone Slams India, Bangladesh
Authorities warned that Cyclone Amphan could wreck densely populated regions that are home to some of the most vulnerable communities in South Asia. ... read more


Coronavirus outbreak: Five ways Europe is easing lockdown
Jogging in a Madrid park, having a Czech beer, taking a Greek ferry - Europe is opening up more. ... read more


Coronavirus: Cummings row raises fears over future of lockdown
The cabinet will meet as the PM's aide continues to face questions over claims he broke lockdown rules. ... read more


Volkswagen loses landmark German 'dieselgate' case
A ruling in a German court could have implications for other VW motorists seeking compensation. ... read more


Nikoloz Basilashvili: Georgian tennis star charged with assaulting ex-wife
Nikoloz Basilashvili is accused by his ex-wife of attacking her - an allegation he denies. ... read more


Marie Cau: First transgender mayor elected in France
The council of Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes chose Marie Cau as their new mayor on Saturday. ... read more


Coronavirus: Austrian president 'sorry' for breaking lockdown rules
President Van der Bellen stayed at a Vienna restaurant beyond the mandated closing time of 23:00. ... read more


UK turns to delivery cream teas during lockdown
Sweet treat deliveries see a surge in interest during lockdown, search data suggests. ... read more


Prince Charles issues warning on the arts
The Prince says it is important that theatres and orchestras flourish after the coronavirus. ... read more


Bundesliga: Timo Werner scores three as Leipzig thrash Mainz
Timo Werner scores his first goals since the Bundesliga returned from its two-month suspension with a hat-trick as RB Leipzig thump Mainz. ... read more


La Liga could resume with Betis-Sevilla behind closed doors derby on 11 June
La Liga chief Javier Tebas says the Betis-Sevilla derby could restart the season on 11 June. ... read more


In pictures: Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid coronavirus
After a Ramadan marked by lockdowns and social distancing, Muslims begin celebrating the festival. ... read more


Berlin WW2 bombing survivor Saturn the alligator dies in Moscow Zoo
His colourful history included escaping from a zoo and a rumour he once belonged to Adolf Hitler. ... read more


Coronavirus: Why reopening French schools is a social emergency
Children returning to school are often from wealthier families, so why are other pupils staying home? ... read more


Coronavirus: 'Baffling' observations from the front line
Doctors on the front lines are observing things that they have never encountered before - and it's a challenge. ... read more


Heinrich Himmler: How a fake stamp led to the Nazi SS leader's capture
Seventy-five years after his death, the Nazi SS leader's possessions are due to go on display in the UK. ... read more


Coronavirus: The Bolivian orchestra stranded in a German castle
The young musicians have been in a moated castle in eastern Germany for 73 days after Bolivia closed its borders. ... read more


Coronavirus: Russian republic Dagestan enduring a 'catastrophe'
A doctor in Dagestan reveals how colleagues in his town died as the virus spread. ... read more


Coronavirus travel: Airport tests and hotel quarantine for Greece arrivals
Greece's tourist season begins in June - but how easy will it be for travellers to get into the country? ... read more


Ukranians in Coventry celebrate Vyshyvanka Day
Embroidered shirts take centre-stage as Ukrainians in Coventry mark Vyshyvanka Day. ... read more


Coronavirus: Per capita death rate in Sweden 'very high'
New data suggests that Sweden might have one of the highest Covid-19 deaths-per-capita rate in Europe. ... read more


'I'm looking for the truth': States face criticism for COVID-19 data cover-ups
The public must be given complete and accurate information about the coronavirus pandemic, experts said. ... read more


Memorial Day brings out crowds as officials warn of new virus outbreaks
After months of staying inside, more Americans are spending the Memorial Day holiday outside their homes, leading to alarming images of busy beaches and packed parks. NBC's Kathy Park reports for TODAY from Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey. ... read more


A last resort to save tourist season: 'Travel bubbles' emerge as solution to Europe's summer woes
Facing the loss of a significant part of their economies, some countries in Europe are banding together to ease travel restrictions and avoid quarantines. ... read more


Hundreds of young students say K-12 schools mishandled their sex assault cases
Federal investigations uncovered schools that failed to meet the most basic legal requirements — like having someone in charge of Title IX. ... read more


Trump's COVID-19 lies echo Soviet leaders. It's time for an American 'perestroika.'
The United States could likely learn a great deal from the Soviet Union’s attempted program of serious reconstruction. ... read more


A 'new Cold War?' China blames U.S. for growing tensions
The ratcheting up of tensions comes as Beijing is hounded by questions over alleged missteps in its initial response to contain the virus. ... read more


Trump claims Jeff Sessions not 'mentally qualified' to be AG as feud escalates
Trump’s criticism of his former appointee is just the latest in a yearslong battle. ... read more


Peter King on how the NFL can fix its 'broken system' for minority hiring
Peter King confronts the NFL's minority hiring problem—and how to fix it. ... read more


Millions of 17-year cicadas will emerge in the South, creating 'substantial noise issue'
Scientists say farmers should be prepared for the invasion, with up to 1.5 million of the insects emerging per acre, as they can pose a danger to crops. ... read more


The coronavirus is threatening diversity in academia
Colleges are laying off their adjunct faculty, which mostly consists of women and people of color. ... read more


Faith, family and plasma: How one man survived 'the horror of COVID-19'
Doctors told Ron Panzok's family to prepare for his death. They refused. ... read more


Trump gutted the checks on his power when they were most needed
Analysis: Trump's intervention with the FDA and the lucrative contract awarded to Battelle are the latest exhibits of how and why he sees oversight as a political enemy. ... read more


Second stylist at same Missouri hair salon tests positive, nearly 140 exposed to coronavirus
City officials have offered to test everyone potentially exposed at the Great Clips in Springfield, Missouri. ... read more


COVID-19 is costing drug cartels millions
Statewide lockdown orders have disrupted the traffickers’ operations, making it more difficult to launder money and move cash across the border. ... read more


ICU doctor finds time to create, donate wellness bags for health workers
“Yes, they're treating people, but it's also important to take care of themselves,” Gayatri Malhotra-Gupta said. ... read more


Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid-al-Fitr amid curfews, coronavirus restrictions
Many of the world's 1.8 billion Muslims will celebrate the festivities in private, over video calls, as mosques maintain social distance restrictions. ... read more


A feel-good ad from Facebook boasts a coronavirus group. But it's not quite what it seems.
Facebook’s coronavirus ads have primarily promoted groups, focused on feel-good subjects including cheering the frontline, or sewing face masks, or parenting under quarantine. ... read more


Period hygiene products are essential. Two students make sure those in need have access.
“Many of our students rely on their schools for these products and we need to make sure that this resource isn’t torn away from students during distance learning,” Rep. Carolyn Maloney said. ... read more


The best Memorial Day grill sales to shop now
Find discounts on multi-burner gas grills, small pellet grills, electric grills and more. ... read more


Vehicle theft spikes across the U.S. amid COVID-19 pandemic
“You might as well put a sticker on the window that says ‘come take my stuff,’" said an exasperated Alex Villanueva, the Los Angeles County sheriff. ... read more


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'I'm looking for the truth': States face criticism for COVID-19 data cover-ups
The public must be given complete and accurate information about the coronavirus pandemic, experts said. ... read more


Memorial Day brings out crowds as officials warn of new virus outbreaks
After months of staying inside, more Americans are spending the Memorial Day holiday outside their homes, leading to alarming images of busy beaches and packed parks. NBC's Kathy Park reports for TODAY from Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey. ... read more


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A last resort to save tourist season: 'Travel bubbles' emerge as solution to Europe's summer woes
Facing the loss of a significant part of their economies, some countries in Europe are banding together to ease travel restrictions and avoid quarantines. ... read more


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Hundreds of young students say K-12 schools mishandled their sex assault cases
Federal investigations uncovered schools that failed to meet the most basic legal requirements — like having someone in charge of Title IX. ... read more


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Trump's COVID-19 lies echo Soviet leaders. It's time for an American 'perestroika.'
The United States could likely learn a great deal from the Soviet Union’s attempted program of serious reconstruction. ... read more


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A 'new Cold War?' China blames U.S. for growing tensions
The ratcheting up of tensions comes as Beijing is hounded by questions over alleged missteps in its initial response to contain the virus. ... read more


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Trump claims Jeff Sessions not 'mentally qualified' to be AG as feud escalates
Trump’s criticism of his former appointee is just the latest in a yearslong battle. ... read more


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Peter King on how the NFL can fix its 'broken system' for minority hiring
Peter King confronts the NFL's minority hiring problem—and how to fix it. ... read more


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Millions of 17-year cicadas will emerge in the South, creating 'substantial noise issue'
Scientists say farmers should be prepared for the invasion, with up to 1.5 million of the insects emerging per acre, as they can pose a danger to crops. ... read more


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The coronavirus is threatening diversity in academia
Colleges are laying off their adjunct faculty, which mostly consists of women and people of color. ... read more


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Faith, family and plasma: How one man survived 'the horror of COVID-19'
Doctors told Ron Panzok's family to prepare for his death. They refused. ... read more


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Trump gutted the checks on his power when they were most needed
Analysis: Trump's intervention with the FDA and the lucrative contract awarded to Battelle are the latest exhibits of how and why he sees oversight as a political enemy. ... read more


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Second stylist at same Missouri hair salon tests positive, nearly 140 exposed to coronavirus
City officials have offered to test everyone potentially exposed at the Great Clips in Springfield, Missouri. ... read more


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COVID-19 is costing drug cartels millions
Statewide lockdown orders have disrupted the traffickers’ operations, making it more difficult to launder money and move cash across the border. ... read more


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ICU doctor finds time to create, donate wellness bags for health workers
“Yes, they're treating people, but it's also important to take care of themselves,” Gayatri Malhotra-Gupta said. ... read more


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Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid-al-Fitr amid curfews, coronavirus restrictions
Many of the world's 1.8 billion Muslims will celebrate the festivities in private, over video calls, as mosques maintain social distance restrictions. ... read more


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A feel-good ad from Facebook boasts a coronavirus group. But it's not quite what it seems.
Facebook’s coronavirus ads have primarily promoted groups, focused on feel-good subjects including cheering the frontline, or sewing face masks, or parenting under quarantine. ... read more


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Period hygiene products are essential. Two students make sure those in need have access.
“Many of our students rely on their schools for these products and we need to make sure that this resource isn’t torn away from students during distance learning,” Rep. Carolyn Maloney said. ... read more


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The best Memorial Day grill sales to shop now
Find discounts on multi-burner gas grills, small pellet grills, electric grills and more. ... read more


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Vehicle theft spikes across the U.S. amid COVID-19 pandemic
“You might as well put a sticker on the window that says ‘come take my stuff,’" said an exasperated Alex Villanueva, the Los Angeles County sheriff. ... read more


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