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The memorandum did not say how many National Guard troops would be sent to the border or for how long. She said the National Guard troops would act as "support" for border patrol agents. He spent the first months of his presidency bragging about a dramatic drop in illegal border crossings, which some DHS officials had even dubbed the "Trump effect".
  • National Library Week @ YOUR Rowan County Public Library

    National Library Week @ YOUR Rowan County Public Library

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    The library is also offering amnesty on now overdue or billed items so patrons do not accrue new fines. The Sonderegger Nursery history will be the subject of a program on Tuesday, April 10 at 7 p.m.at the Beatrice Public Library. "We also have a notary public on staff most of the time". Libraries of all types are evolving to meet the needs of the communities they serve. The Graves-Hume Public Library will host several programs geared toward children during the month of April.
  • Corruption: Brazil sends ex-president Lula to prison

    Corruption: Brazil sends ex-president Lula to prison

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    The once wildly popular leader, who rose from poverty to lead Latin America's largest nation, had until 5 p.m. local time to present himself to police in the city of Curitiba to begin serving a sentence of 12 years and one month for a corruption conviction.
  • FBI Seizes Backpage.com, a Site Criticized for Sex-Related Ads

    FBI Seizes Backpage.com, a Site Criticized for Sex-Related Ads

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    A spokesperson for the Justice Department confirmed to CNN that the website has been seized and that additional information will be provided after 6 p.m. The classifieds website has been the focus of intense scrutiny over the issue of its sex ads, which have included those involving children being trafficked by adults.
  • Facebook says it should have audited Cambridge Analytica

    Facebook says it should have audited Cambridge Analytica

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    Facebook has admitted 311,127 Australian users are among the 87 million users worldwide whose data could have been "improperly" shared with the British political consultancy agency. Previously, the social media giant estimated a figure of 50m. While Facebook says the number of affected users was "over inclusive", Ankush Johar, Director at Infosec Ventures - security solutions firm - didn't agree, fearing the actual figure may be "exponentially bigger".
  • Oil moves lower on Trump's latest China trade threats

    Oil moves lower on Trump's latest China trade threats

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    In a statement , the ministry said today, if Washington persisted in what Beijing describes as protectionism, China would "dedicate itself to the end and at any cost and will definitely fight back firmly". No formal negotiating sessions have been set, the official said. He added that the US Trade Representative had determined that China "has repeatedly engaged in practices to unfairly obtain America's intellectual property ".
  • Dwayne Johnson Opens Up About Devastating Battle with Depression

    Dwayne Johnson Opens Up About Devastating Battle with Depression

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    The moment left an emotional scar on him. "She got outta the vehicle on Interstate 65 in Nashville and walked into oncoming traffic". "Big rigs and cars were swerving out the way". Both he and his mother had "healed" since her attempted suicide, he said. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson urged his followers to open up about their mental health in a heartfelt tweet on Sunday.
  • Markets Now: Stocks Gain Steam on Trade War Relief

    Markets Now: Stocks Gain Steam on Trade War Relief

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    Among technology companies, Apple gave up $4.42, or 2.6 percent, to $168.378 and PayPal shed $3.09, or 4 percent, to $73.86. The Standard and Poor's 500 index and Nasdaq took opened 1.4 percent percent lower, respectively, while industrial and materials sector stocks took the heaviest losses.
  • Russian Federation files lawsuit to block Telegram messaging app

    Russian Federation files lawsuit to block Telegram messaging app

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    Telegram , which is based in Dubai, was given a deadline of 4 April to hand over the keys. Roskomnadzor said its lawsuit, which aims to "restrict access" to Telegram in Russian Federation, was connected to statements by the FSB that the app was not complying with its legal requirements as an "organiser of information distribution".
  • United Nations envoy calls for restraint ahead of new Gaza protests

    United Nations envoy calls for restraint ahead of new Gaza protests

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    Israel's use of live ammunition has drawn condemnation from human rights groups, which say it is illegal under worldwide law. At least 22 Palestinians have died since the demonstrations near the heavily guarded Gaza border fence began on March 30, the latest a man who died in a Gaza hospital on Friday of gunshot wounds suffered on the first day of protests.