Naya Rivera’s Body Has Been Recovered: Details | E! News

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department holds a press conference and shares details about where the "Glee" actress’ body was recovered. Full Story: https://www.eonline.com/news/1169834/naya-rivera-investigation-police-share-insight-into-her-disappearance-her-son-s-help-and-more #NayaRivera #ENews #CelebrityNews Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub About E! News: The E! News team brings you the latest breaking entertainment, fashion and Pop Culture news. Featuring exclusive segments, celebrity highlights, trend reports and more, […]

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School team sports unable to be played without physical distancing, L.A. County says

Dr. Barbara Ferrer, director of the Los Angeles County Health Department, said Monday in guidance to the county’s 80 school districts that school team sports in grades K-12 are unable to be played without physical distancing, putting in jeopardy the 2020 high school football season. “Team sports that don’t allow for physical distancing aren’t permitted […]

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Judge Moves to Delay Federal Execution Scheduled for Monday

WASHINGTON — Hours before the Justice Department was scheduled to carry out the first federal execution in more than 17 years, a federal judge put it on hold on Monday, saying that questions about the constitutionality of the lethal injection procedure the government planned to use had not been fully litigated. The Justice Department immediately […]

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US appeals to proceed with 1st federal execution in 17 years

Determined to proceed with the first federal execution in nearly two decades, the Justice Department plans to appeal a judge’s ruling that would halt authorities from carrying it out on Monday. The family of the victims in the case had requested that it be called off because their fear of the coronavirus would keep them […]

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State Dept. warns Americans in China of risk of detention, interrogation: report

The State Department is warning Americans to use “increased caution” in China over what it says is an increased risk of “prolonged interrogations and extended detention” amid increased tensions between Beijing and Washington. The security alert, sent to citizens in China and obtained by Reuters, warns that “U.S. citizens may be detained without access to […]

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Judge Orders Delay of First Federal Execution in 17 Years

WASHINGTON — With the Justice Department scheduled on Monday to carry out the death penalty for the first time in 17 years, a federal judge in Indiana temporarily suspended the plan on Friday after family members of the victims sought a delay, saying they could not safely travel to witness the execution because of the […]

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Trump threatens tax-exempt status, funding for universities and schools over ‘radical left indoctrination’

President Trump on Friday said he is telling the Treasury Department to look into the tax-exempt status and the funding of “universities and school systems” over alleged left-wing bias, saying that children should not be “indoctrinated.” “Too many Universities and School Systems are about Radical Left Indoctrination, not Education,” Trump said in a pair of tweets. “Therefore, I […]

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‘The Batman’ companion TV series about Gotham PD coming to HBO Max

HBO Max has given a series commitment to a drama set in the Gotham police department from Matt Reeves and Terrence Winter, Variety has learned. The untitled series will be set in the world Reeves is creating for the feature film “The Batman,” with the intent being to launch a new Batman universe across multiple platforms. […]

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Defrauded Student Loan Borrowers Win, but Still Lose

When Albert Paul Cruz opened a letter from the Education Department last month, he saw the words he’d been waiting for: “We approved your claim.” The government finally agreed that he’d been defrauded by ITT Technical Institute, the defunct for-profit chain where he’d racked up almost $60,000 in student loans getting what he considers a […]

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Collins urges DHS to ‘immediately rescind’ new ICE policy on foreign students, warns of ‘long-lasting harm’

GOP Sen. Susan Collins on Thursday urged the Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement to “immediately rescind” a new policy that would force foreign students to return home if the courses they are enrolled in are entirely online, calling it “unfair and unrealistic.” Collins, R-Maine, in a letter to Acting Homeland Security […]

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Harvard, MIT sue over ICE demand that foreign students leave US if courses are online-only

Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) over a new policy that would force foreign students to return home if the courses they are enrolled in are entirely online. “For many students, returning to their home countries to participate […]

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State Department Bars Chinese Officials Who Restrict Access to Tibet

WASHINGTON — The State Department said on Tuesday that it was barring Chinese authorities from the United States who were found to have restricted journalists, tourists, diplomats or other American officials from entering autonomous regions in Tibet. The new visa restrictions are the latest set of sanctions that the Trump administration has imposed against China’s […]

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States sue US department over virus relief funds for schools

California, Michigan and three other states are suing the U.S. Department of Education over pandemic relief funds By OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ and DAVID EGGERT July 7, 2020, 10:06 PM 5 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article SAN FRANCISCO — The U.S. Department of Education is attempting to take pandemic relief funds away […]

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DOJ awards $2.2 million for community policing projects

The Justice Department on Tuesday announced $2.2 million in funding to law enforcement agencies focused on community policing projects, calling the programs “critical.” The funding went to agencies and stakeholders through the Justice Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services and Community Policing Development Microgrants Program. DOJ AWARDS $400M TO POLICE DEPARTMENTS IN COMMUNITY POLICING […]

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Audit criticizes Houston police unit tied to fatal drug raid

An audit has found various problems with a Houston Police Department narcotics unit that’s been under scrutiny following a deadly 2019 drug raid By JUAN A. LOZANO Associated Press July 2, 2020, 8:42 PM 4 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article HOUSTON — An audit of a Houston Police Department narcotics unit […]

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Department of Defense to conduct flyover of New York City for 4th of July

The Department of Defense will conduct a flyover of New York City on July 4 to “recognize the role of the city in the birth of this great nation,” the Pentagon said Thursday. Multiple aircraft from the U.S. Air Force and the U.S Marine Corps are set to fly down the Hudson River at approximately […]

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LAPD funding slashed by $150M, reducing number of officers

City leaders voted Wednesday to slash the Los Angeles Police Department budget by $150 million, reducing the number of officers to a level not seen for more than a decade amid nationwide demands to shift money away from law enforcement agencies during America’s reckoning over police brutality and racial injustice. About two-thirds of the funding […]

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Texas DA files new charges resulting from deadly drug raid

Prosecutors say the investigation of a Houston Police Department narcotics unit following a deadly 2019 drug raid has resulted in charges being filed against six ex-officers By JUAN A. LOZANO Associated Press July 2, 2020, 12:30 AM 4 min read 4 min read HOUSTON — The investigation of a Houston Police Department narcotics unit following […]

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HUD Rule Would Dismantle Protections for Homeless Transgender People

WASHINGTON — The Department of Housing and Urban Development on Wednesday proposed allowing homeless shelters to deny transgender people access to single-sex shelters of their gender identity. The housing department said in an announcement that the proposed regulation would ensure that shelters “must not discriminate based on sexual orientation or transgender status,” adding that the […]

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Immigration judges sue DOJ over restrictions on speaking publicly

A coalition of federal immigration judges is suing the Justice Department, claiming they have been unfairly prevented from speaking to the public about their concerns over the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on immigrants in custody. The complaint, filed Wednesday in the Eastern District of Virginia, was brought on behalf of approximately 460 immigration judges by the Knight […]

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Details of DC’s Fourth of July celebration revealed by Interior Department

The Department of the Interior and National Parks Service on Wednesday announced details about Fourth of July celebrations in Washington D.C. over the weekend, which will include military flyovers, a salute from President Trump, and a “monumental” fireworks display. The agency on Wednesday said the celebrations will include multiple flight demonstrations from different branches of […]

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DHS deploys special federal unit to protect monuments over July 4 weekend amid vandalism fears

EXCLUSIVE: The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is deploying a special federal unit across the country for the July 4 weekend in order to protect federal monuments and statues from a possible fresh wave of vandalism. “The upcoming July 4th holiday weekend has the potential for increased disruptive activity at specific locations across the country that could […]

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U.S. Treasury Unemployment Payouts Surpass $100 Billion in June

© Reuters. U.S. Treasury Unemployment Payouts Surpass $100 Billion in June (Bloomberg) — The U.S. Treasury Department has paid out more than $100 billion in unemployment benefits in June, the most for a single month since the pandemic started and underscoring the importance of federal relief efforts to shore up a battered job market. With […]

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