Washington Post

Trump administration issues new immigration enforcement policies, says goal is not 'mass deportations'
Washington Post
The Trump administration on Tuesday sought to allay growing fears among immigrant communities over wide-ranging new directives to ramp up enforcement against illegal immigrants, insisting the measures are not intended to produce “mass deportations.”.
Major Elements of Trump's New Immigration PoliciesNew York Times
Trump steps up deportation pushThe Hill
Millions Targeted For Possible Deportation Under Trump RulesCBS Local
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In First, Trump Condemns Rise in Anti-Semitism, Calling It 'Horrible'
New York Times
During a visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Tuesday, President Trump spoke out against threats against the Jewish community. By REUTERS. Photo by Doug Mills/The New York Times. Watch in Times Video ». embed.
After delay and amid pressure, Trump denounces racism and anti-SemitismWashington Post
Trump Denounces Anti-Semitism in Newly Forceful CondemnationU.S. News & World Report
I Was Called A 'Filthy Jew Rat' While Donald Trump Tiptoed Around Anti-SemitismHuffington Post
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The 96 hours that brought down Milo Yiannopoulos
Washington Post
Before Milo Yiannopoulos gained (and lost) a Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) invitation, a book deal and a job, the now-former Breitbart News writer had already said and written many offensive things. That's his appeal to the people who ...
CPAC Got Rid Of Milo, But Not The Rest Of Their Bigoted LineupMedia Matters for America
Milo Yiannopoulos Said He Was Sexually Abused As A Child And Resigned From Breitbart NewsBuzzFeed News
Which publisher will pick up Milo Yiannopoulos' dumped book? Anybody?USA TODAY
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OCRegister

Sources: Sports agent Rob Pelinka expected to be new Lakers GM under Magic Johnson
ESPN
Magic Johnson joins Mason and Ireland to discuss his role as President of Basketball Operations for the Lakers, his thoughts on Luke Walton and the expectations he has to turn around the franchise. (1:15). Facebook · Twitter · Facebook Messenger ...
Despite Swift Changes, Patience Will Be a Virtue for Lakers in Magic Johnson EraBleacher Report
Jeanie Turns To Magic, But Lakers' Rebuild Will Take TimeSports Illustrated
Why Lakers' Jeanie Buss fired Jim Buss, Mitch KupchakUSA TODAY
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Washington Post

The Daily 202: Trump's new national security adviser literally wrote the book on Vietnam
Washington Post
With Breanne Deppisch. THE BIG IDEA: When you don't tell the truth about little things, you cannot be trusted to tell the truth about big things. As a candidate, Donald Trump attacked Barack Obama dozens of times for playing too much golf. "I'm going ...
New national security adviser pick marks big change on RussiaThe Hill
Can McMaster Stabilize Trump's Foreign Policy Team?New York Times
McMaster's takeaways: Don't lie, don't blame the media, don't rely on an inner circlePolitico
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Kim Jong Un's half-brother reportedly asked to serve as head of government-in-exile
Fox News
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother was asked to serve as the leader of a North Korean government-in-exile before he was killed last week during a daring airport assassination, The Korean Times reported. Kim Jong Nam reportedly turned down ...
Malaysia identifies North Korean embassy official among suspectsReuters
North Korean leader's slain half brother showed no sign of puncture wounds, heart attackWashington Post
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Livemint

Divisive political rhetoric a danger to the world, Amnesty says
BBC News
Politicians who have used a divisive and dehumanised rhetoric are creating a more divided and dangerous world, says rights group Amnesty International. Its annual report singles out President Donald Trump as an example of an "angrier and more divisive ...
Amnesty Blames Trump, Others in Global Rollback of Rights.U.S. News & World Report
Amnesty International Report Raises Alarm at 'Us vs. Them' NarrativesVoice of America
Australia failing on multiple human rights fronts: Amnesty InternationalYahoo News
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Fox News

No evidence of shooting at Houston hospital, police say
Fox News
A hospital in Houston was locked down for nearly two hours Tuesday after getting reports of shots fired, but no evidence of an actual shooting or gunman was found inside, officials said. Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo told reporters all six floors of ...
Ben Taub gets 'all clear' after SWAT search finds no evidence of shootingChron.com
Houston police: No injuries amid reports of hospital gunfireWLS-TV
Apparently mistaken reports of gunfire at Houston's Ben Taub Hospital prompt lockdown and tense two-hour searchHouston Chronicle
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Bloomberg

Wells Fargo Fires Managers, Denies Bonuses in Account Probe
Bloomberg
Wells Fargo & Co. fired the head of its consumer credit-card business and three other senior managers as the bank's board examines how abusive sales practices spread through branches before spiraling into a national scandal last year. Shelley Freeman ...
Wells Fargo fires former LA regional president, 3 other managers after scandalLos Angeles Times
Wells Fargo fires four managers over unauthorized accounts scandalUSA TODAY
RPT-Wells Fargo fund business on the defensive amid sales scandalReuters
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New York Times

Justices Weigh Agent's Cross-Border Shooting of Mexican Teenager
New York Times
Maria Guadalupe Guereca, right, visited the grave of Sergio Hernández Guereca, her son, in Juárez, Mexico, last week. Credit Yuri Cortez/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. WASHINGTON — In a case that could further roil relations with Mexico, the ...
Justices divided on cross-border shooting that left Mexican teenager deadWashington Post
With Trump's envoys coming, Mexicans are hoping their government will take a harder line against the USLos Angeles Times
Conservative Justices Skeptical Of Extending Constitution Beyond US BorderNPR
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