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Trump's DOJ dropping opposition to Texas voter ID law

Sessions drops DOJ opposition to Texas voetr ID lawPresident Trump's Justice Department is ending the government's opposition to a controversial voter ID law in Texas, according to a group involved in the case.

Danielle Lang, the Campaign Legal Center's deputy director of voting rights, told The Associated Press and Talking Points Memo on Monday that the Justice Department informed her group and others suing the state of the government's change in position.

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Trump budget to increase defense, slash EPA, other agencies

Trump budgetPresident Trump has signed off on top-line numbers in a budget outline that seeks to make good on his campaign promises to bolster military spending while making deep cuts to other federal agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency.

"This budget will be a public safety and national security budget, very much based on those two with plenty of other things but very strong," Trump said Monday. "And it will include a historic increase in defense spending to rebuild the depleted military of the United States of America at a time we most need it."

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Three years on, Britain's child sex abuse inquiry starts hearings

Theresa MayBritain's inquiry into historical child sex abuse scandals, some involving celebrities and politicians, finally opened its first public hearing on Monday after a sleuth of problems that led to three chairmen quitting in the three years since its launch.

The inquiry is one of the largest and most expensive ever undertaken in Britain. It was set up in July 2014 by now-Prime Minister Theresa May in her former role as interior minister after a series of abuse scandals that dated back decades and shocked the public.

It is expected to take some five years to complete.

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The dirty dozen: UN issues list of 12 most worrying bacteria

Most dangerous bacteriaThe World Health Organization has issued a list of the top dozen bacteria most dangerous to humans, warning that doctors are fast running out of treatment options.

In a press briefing on Monday, the U.N. health agency said its list is meant to promote the development of medicines for the most worrying drug-resistant bacteria, including salmonella and Staphylococcus aureus.

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Homes burned, shops looted in S. Africa anti-migrant attacks

SAfr homes and shops lootedViolence against foreigners has flared up again in parts of South Africa.

Earlier this month, immigrants' homes and businesses were looted and torched in suburbs of Johannesburg and Pretoria, the capital city, raising concerns about anti-foreigner sentiment in the country.

The latest attacks follow previous bouts of xenophobic violence in 2008 and 2015 which resulted in the deaths of foreign nationals and the displacement of hundreds of migrants who were too afraid to continue living in the new communities they now called home.

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Leading French academic threatened with deportation at Houston airport

French academic detainedA prominent French historian has said he was detained for more than 10 hours in Houston and threatened with deportation, in the latest of several examples of high-profile individuals being questioned extensively at US airports before being allowed entry.

Henry Rousso flew from Paris to Houston last Wednesday to take part in a symposium at Texas A&M University but was wrongly detained and almost sent back to France after a border guard failed to understand Rousso’s entitlements under visa rules, university officials said.

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Nominee for Navy Secretary to withdraw

Nominee for Navy Sec.withdrawsPresident Donald Trump’s nominee for Navy secretary, investor Philip Bilden, is expected to withdraw from consideration, sources familiar with the decision told POLITICO, becoming the second Pentagon pick unable to untangle their financial investments in the vetting process.

Bilden’s withdrawal could come as early as today, the sources said.

Bilden, who built his career in Hong Kong with the investment firm HarbourVest, was a surprise pick for the Navy post but had had been Defense Secretary Jim Mattis’ preferred candidate.

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Dozens Of Gravestones Toppled, Broken At Philadelphia Jewish Cemetery

Phildelphia Jewish cemetery vandalizedNumerous headstones have been knocked over and broken at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia in an apparent act of vandalism.

Aaron Mallin told ABC 6 that he discovered what had happened on Sunday, when he went to Mount Carmel Cemetery to see his father’s grave. He said he hopes the culprits were “just some drunk kids” but that it was hard to believe it wasn’t a targeted attack because so many headstones had been pushed over. Dozens of the grave markers had been affected and police are referring to the incident as vandalism, according to the outlet.

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Two progressive activists were behind Trump Russian flag prank at CPAC

PNAC members pranked into waving Russian flagA progressive group called Americans Take Action was reportedly behind the Russian flags emblazoned with the word "Trump" that appeared at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) during the president's speech Friday.

CPAC workers quickly collecting the flags from attendees waving them in the audience.

According to a report by Talking Points Memo, two young progressive activists from D.C., Jason Charter and Ryan Clayton with the group Americans Take Action, purchased tickets to the conference and handed out the nearly 1,000 flags to attendees as a prank.

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