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Students expelled after Facebook group calls for 'execution' of Jews, black people

Colorado students with Nazi flagsA Nazi-themed Facebook group that called for the “execution” of Jews and African Americans has led to the expulsion of five Boulder, Colorado, high school students in an unusual case of “alt-right” hate speech spreading to teens in a liberal city.

About 15 students participated in a “4th Reich’s Official Group Chat” on Facebook, according to a Boulder police report, which said members discussed “killing all Jews and [N-words]” and encouraged each other to “recruit more members so they can complete their ‘mission’.”

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Judge Issues Summons For Chris Christie In Potential New Bridgegate Case

Christie A New Jersey municipal court judge issued a summons for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Thursday, seemingly in relation to Christie’s alleged involvement to the closure of two lanes on the George Washington Bridge in 2013 in a supposed act of political retaliation.

Roy McGeady, presiding judge of the municipal courts of Bergen County, issued the summons, in what could become a new state prosecution. The summons will require Christie to appear in court but does not give law enforcement the authority to arrest him. The case will now go to the Bergen County prosecutor’s office, which will determine whether to indict Christie, NBC New York reported. Bill Brennan, an activist, filed the complaint, the outlet reported.

Christie has denied any knowledge of the lane closures.

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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf Resigns In Wake Of Bank Scandal

Stumpf resignsThe chairman and chief executive of Wells Fargo & Co., John Stumpf, has resigned effective immediately in the wake of a scandal over the bank's past practice of secretly selling services to unsuspecting customers.

Stumpf will be replaced by President and Chief Operating Officer Timothy Sloan, long considered to be Stumpf's eventual successor.

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ACLU exposes Facebook, Twitter for feeding surveillance company user data

ACLUThe American Civil Liberties Union on Tuesday outed Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for feeding a Chicago-based company their user streams—a feed that was then sold to police agencies for surveillance purposes.

After the disclosure, the social media companies said they stopped their data firehouse to Chicago-based Geofeedia. In a blog post, the ACLU said it uncovered the data feeds as part of a public records request campaign of California law enforcement agencies. Geofeedia touts how it helped police track unrest during protests.

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U.S. To Seek Criminal Contempt Charge Against Joe Arpaio

Joe ArpaioJohn Keller, a trial attorney with the Public Integrity section of the U.S. Department of Justice, told Judge Susan Bolton in U.S. District Court in Phoenix that Arpaio, who did not attend the hearing, should be criminally charged.


Keller said they are seeking no more than six months incarceration for 84-year-old Republican Arizona lawman, citing his age and other factors. Bolton directed Keller to file a formal complaint against Arpaio by Wednesday.

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Nearly 90% of New Jersey children tried as adults since 2011 were black or Latino

Juveniles chatged as adultsWhen Jamal was 14, he wore the same outfit to school everyday. One day in Union, New Jersey, he went looking for a way to get money.

“I seen a guy and I had a gun on me so I robbed him,” Jamal said. “I carjacked him for his car keys, and I robbed him for his wallet, phone and money.”

Jamal never shot the gun, but he did point it at the man he robbed. Tried as an adult, he got nine years in an adult prison.

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Federal court refuses to halt Dakota Access Pipeline

Federal court allows pipelineA federal appeals court denied the request by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to stop construction on a portion of the Dakota Access Pipeline, arguing that the tribe had failed to demonstrate that an injunction on construction was warranted.

That means that construction can resume on a section of the pipeline that runs within 20 miles of Lake Oahe in North Dakota, a sacred area which the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has argued holds deep cultural significance to their community. The pipeline, if completed, would run 1,170-miles and transport 470,000 barrels of oil a day across four states. But it would also run within a mile and a half of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation, and could potentially threaten the Missouri River, the tribe’s sole water supply.

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