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1 Most wanted: Canadian police officers on bicycles chased down and caught a Laotian-born alleged drug smuggler who is on U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s list of 10 most wanted suspects, [Read entire story]

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1 Prison clash: At least 37 people were killed during clashes between armed inmates and security forces at a small prison in southern Venezuela, the state’s governor said Wednesday. Gov. Liborio Guarulla said the [Read entire story]

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1 Immigrants program ends: The Trump administration on Wednesday formally terminated an Obama-era program that granted Central American minors temporary legal residence in the United States, shutting the door on 2,714 [Read entire story]

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Jurors can hear about New Jersey bombs at the October trial of a man charged in a 2016 New York bombing that injured 30 people, but they will not be told that he was arrested after a shootout with police, a judge ruled [Read entire story]