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Trump’s ICE ramped up arrests of non-criminal immigrants in 2017

As promised and sanctioned by President Trump, immigration officers made far more arrests in the 2017 fiscal year than they did the year prior. As a Washington Post report details, however, those arrests have disproportionately targeted immigrants who don’t have criminal convictions. Last year, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested 37,734 “non-criminal” immigrants, which includes people without criminal … Continue reading “Trump’s ICE ramped up arrests of non-criminal immigrants in 2017”

Trump’s ICE ramped up arrests of non-criminal immigrants in 2017
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Film critics strike back! Disney boycott escalates after L.A. Times blacklist

Last week, the Walt Disney Company told the Los Angeles Times that it would bar its writers from attending advance screenings. It was a blatant way to retaliate against the paper’s coverage about its business ties with the city of Anaheim, which Disney deemed “unfair.” Now critics have begun reacting to the film company’s choice. Here’s a … Continue reading “Film critics strike back! Disney boycott escalates after L.A. Times blacklist”

Film critics strike back! Disney boycott escalates after L.A. Times blacklist
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Maybe this is why Facebook rethought that whole “open and connected” thing

Facebook has been accused of not being forthcoming about all the ways the Russians may have used the social network to influence the U.S. election, and now Senate and House investigators are growing concerned that the company is withholding key information that could help them understand the extent of what went down. That’s according to … Continue reading “Maybe this is why Facebook rethought that whole “open and connected” thing”

Maybe this is why Facebook rethought that whole “open and connected” thing
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