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Veteran who served two tours in Afghanistan could be deported

(CNN)Miguel Perez Jr. discovered that two tours of duty in Afghanistan with the US Army and an accompanying case of PTSD are no shield from US immigration laws. The substance-abuse and mental-health counseling he desperately needs would not be readily available in Mexico, he said. He also predicts that drug cartels would recruit him because of his combat experience and murder him if he didn’t cooperate. So he started a…

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Delta Airlines Will Require Stricter Documentation For Service Animals Due To Rising ‘Incidents’ Do YOU Agree With This?

Starting March 1, traveling service animal owners will have even more to be anxious about. Delta Airlines announced on Friday that passengers who wish to take their support animal on board will have to submit new documentation 48 hours in advance. Travelers with an emotional service or support animal will have to show proof of health and vaccinations, as well as a signed document “confirming that their animal can behave…

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Selena Gomez Is ‘Not Afraid Or Ashamed’ To Seek Treatment At A Mental Health Facility

Selena Gomez is making herself her number one priority. As we reported, the Wolves singer voluntarily checked herself into a New York treatment facility for two weeks in January, where she worked on mental wellness and empowerment. Additionally, flame Justin Bieber “knew about it and was supportive,” though her decision to seek help “had nothing to do with him.” On Friday, more details are surfacing about the 25-year-old’s wellness program,…

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Finsbury Park attacker jailed for life

“He was such a peaceful and simple man, he had no bad thoughts for anyone,” she added. Osborne mowed down worshippers in Finsbury Park shortly after 12.15am on 19 June last year, killing Mr Ali and injuring nine others. The father-of-four, who was also found guilty of attempted murder, said “God bless you all, thank you”, as he was led away from court. ‘Malevolent hatred’ The jury took an hour…

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To Save Our Infrastructure, Make Every Road a Toll Road

Few things exemplify the United States’ disconnect between personal freedom and collective responsibility like our automobile habit. Drivers travel at will, as long as they have money for gas and road snacks. But what they pay for that privilege, in the form of gas and other taxes, doesn’t come close to covering the costs of maintaining the roads on which they travel—let alone recoup all the productivity lost in congestion…

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Eating Me Out Is A Privilege, Not An Obligation; Or What To Do When He Gets Lazy In Bed

I recently moved to a new state: North Dakota, aka the frozen Tundra. Like any newcomer, I needed to put the “D” in Dakota. I swipe for my type, and encountered a baseball player (or should I say BAE-sball player) named Jack*. Jack was an accountant, so boring, but with money. I can suck up some chatter about credits and debits just to eat at a restaurant even Yelp doesn’t…

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Teen school shooting survivors are sending a passionate message Washington can’t ignore.

The adults have had their chance. Now it’s time to hear directly from kids about school shootings. After the 18th confirmed school shooting in 2018, it can be hard to find new ways to confront how the previously unthinkable has become a regular part of our lives. Lawmakers in Congress were already speaking of a “sense of resignation” following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on Feb. 14, after…

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Trump shows gun control hypocrisy in wake of latest school shooting

PARKLAND, FL – FEBRUARY 15: Kristi Gilroy (R), hugs a young woman at a police check point near the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 people were killed by a gunman yesterday, on February 15, 2018 in Parkland, Florida. Police arrested the suspect after a short manhunt, and have identified him as 19-year-old former student Nikolas Cruz.Image: Mark Wilson/Getty Images Displaying a cognitive dissonance that’s become common with him,…

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Facebook’s traffic is down as it strives for ‘meaningful connections’

Meaningful.Image: facebook/mark zuckerberg One of Facebook’s core statistics doesn’t look so good. Time spent on the network — a number that drives the tech giant’s revenue — is down by an estimated 50 million hours per day. Facebook now reaches 2.13 billion people per month and has 1.4 billion daily active users. If we were to revisit that 50 million hours number on a per user basis, it would be…

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Khlo Kardashian Reveals How She Told Tristan Thompson About Her Pregnancy & Talks The ‘Trying’ Process!

The best FaceTime ever! After announcing her pregnancy in December with a touching Instagram post, Khloé Kardashian told her famous family about her baby news at a BBQ, as documented on Monday’s episode of KUWTK. On Wednesday, the Revenge Body host opens up on her website about how she told boyfriend Tristan Thompson he’s going to be a father for the second time!

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China’s Latest Energy Megaproject Shows That Coal Really Is On The Way Out

The Chinese province of Anhui built a massive floating solar farm on top of an abandoned coal mine. An even larger floating solar plant will come online by May 2018. Due to rising concerns surrounding air pollution-related deaths, China is trying to invest more heavily in renewable energy projects. The new solar farms are part of the global shift away from energy generated from fossil fuels. China has some of…

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Trump misses the mark on his gun response, and we deserve better.

On Feb. 14, a former student walked into Parkland, Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where he shot and killed 17 people. It was the 18th school shooting in this year’s first 45 days. Like a number of other recent shootings, the gunman used a highly customizable AR-15 semi-automatic rifle. Like many more, the shooter had a history of domestic violence. In an interview with the Daily Beast, classmates of…

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Kourtney Kardashian Is Starting A Beauty Line With A Terrible Name

is not only the name of a reality TV show, but it’s also a hobby that’s growing to be a bigger pain in the ass by the day. The enigmatic pregnancies have taken a toll on my mental health already—like, Kris, IS KYLIE PREGNANT, YES OR NO?! At this rate, we’ll never fucking know until Kylie instagrams her newborn in a pile of lip kits or something. Meanwhile, in this…

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A Life-Threatening Piece Of ACTUAL Fake News Has Gone Viral On Facebook. Please Stop Sharing It

Actual fake news has been going viral on Facebook. Not the type of fake news that’s just a New York Times piece that doesn’t conform to your political biases so you call it “fake news”, but the real kind. The type that is dangerous. It’s been one of the most engaged articles on Facebook over the past two weeks, according to NewsWhip, despite being entirely made up unscientific nonsense, designed only to scare and…

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These Baby Macaques Are The World’s First Primate Clones

A medical frontier has been broken with the announcement that Chinese biologists successfully cloned two macaque monkeys. This is the first time that true clones of a primate species have been born, opening a door to both sophisticated medical breakthroughs and moral quagmires. The process, now detailed in the journal Cell, was developed over several years by a team at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai. If it proves…

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