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For One Oregon City, the American Dream Turns Into a Deportation Nightmare

Many residents of Woodburn are living in fear since raids in February by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement resulted in the detention of 11 men.

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Documents Reveal NYPD Infiltrated Black Lives Matter

The surveillance was uncovered after a protester filed a Freedom of Information request about demonstrations in 2014 and 2015.

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Mainstream Democrats Prevail Over Sanders Supporters in California Congressional Race

California’s 34th Congressional District went for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democratic primary, but voters overwhelmingly choose establishment Democrats over “Berniecrats” in a special election.

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Steve Bannon Is Removed From the National Security Council

The move is an abrupt change from earlier this year, when President Trump reorganized the council to include his chief strategist as a permanent member.

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As Deportation Fears Rise, a Community in New Mexico Trains for Resistance

In Las Cruces, a group is teaching nonviolent opposition to Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids after about 20 residents were recently detained by agents.

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Socialist Lenin Moreno Wins Ecuadorean Presidential Election, Much to Julian Assange’s Relief

The political rival of the president-elect had threatened to expel the WikiLeaks founder from Ecuador’s embassy in London.

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Archbishop José Gomez: We All Share Blame for America’s Broken Immigration System

The head of the Los Angeles Archdiocese believes the solution must balance love and law with justice and mercy—regardless of legal status.

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Mainstream Media Soft-Pedaled Mosul Airstrike Headlines, Critics Charge

“[L]eading news networks went out of their way to craft some of the most euphemistic headlines imaginable,” a Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting article says about the recent U.S.-led attacks that killed hundreds of Iraqis.

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U.N. Envoy Nikki Haley’s Tough Stance on International Relations: ‘There’s a New Sheriff in Town’

The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations speaks openly about her disapproval of the U.N. General Assembly’s nuclear disarmament talks and her disdain for the U.N. Human Rights Council.

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Brexit Has Begun Officially, but No One Seems to Know How Long It Will Take

As Britain’s prime minister triggers Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, beginning the formal process for the U.K. to leave the European Union, EU officials essentially say, “Not so fast.”

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