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Los Zetas Cartel Stockpiling Weapons near Texas Border


Members of the Los Zetas cartel continue their efforts to stockpile weapons near the Texas border. In the most recent failed attempt, authorities seized numerous assault rifles and body armor. Officials made the seizure when members of the cartel hunting police unit Fuerza Coahuila found a weapons cache hidden along a dirt road by the waters of the Rio Grande border with Texas.

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Texas Fights Open Borders Advocates on Sanctuary City Ban


Texas took its fight for the State’s new anti-sanctuary jurisdiction ban to the appellate courts. A judge appointed by then-President Bill Clinton blocked the law’s prohibition on ignoring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers and provisions that address policies that “materially limit” the enforcement of federal immigration laws.

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Texas Deputies Seize $10 Million in Cocaine in Two Traffic Stops


Two Texas sheriff’s deputies in central Texas seized more than $10 million in cocaine in two traffic stops on consecutive days. The drug interdiction team for Fayette County regularly find major drug shipments along the busy Interstate 10 corridor between Houston and San Antonio.

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Germany’s Populist AfD Party Poised for Important Gains in Sunday Elections

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As Germany gears up for next Sunday’s federal elections, there is a growing fear among the nation’s elite establishment that the conservative AfD party will do considerably better than polls indicate.

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Merkel Makes Last Push to Reach Undecided Voters Ahead of Sunday’s Election

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BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel handed out coffee to campaign workers in Berlin, urging them to keep up the momentum in the final hours before the country votes.

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German Election ‘Fighting Game’ Shows Merkel Character Use ‘Migrant Wave’ as Special Move


The satirical video game “Bundesfighter II Turbo” is based on Sunday’s German national election and features main party candidates fighting each other with unique special moves like a “migrant wave” for German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Instagram Apologizes After Algorithm Generates Rape Threat into Advertisement

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Instagram has apologized after an algorithm repurposed a user’s screenshot of a rape threat she received as an advertisement for the platform.

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A.I. Pioneer Says Tech Monopolies Are ‘Dangerous for Democracy’

Google is increasingly similar to Big Brother's Oceania in 1984
Speaking to Axios at a Toronto artificial intelligence conference, Yoshua Bengio warned against the concentration of money and power in Silicon Valley.

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Exclusive — Make Central America Great Again: Luther Strange Lobbied for Trade Deal That Drained Thousands of Alabama Jobs to Honduras, Mexico


In a strange twist of fate, one of the key figures who helped bring about a transfer of jobs out of Alabama via a NAFTA-style free trade agreement with Central American countries is now campaigning for the Senate seat formerly occupied by Jeff Sessions. Even stranger still, his campaign ads promise that he will “Kill Unfair Trade Deals.” His name is Luther Strange.

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Los Zetas Cartel Stockpiling Weapons near Texas Border

Members of the Los Zetas cartel continue their efforts to stockpile weapons near the Texas border. In the most recent failed attempt, authorities seized numerous assault rifles and body armor. Officials made the seizure when members of the cartel hunting police unit Fuerza Coahuila found a weapons cache hidden along a dirt road by the waters of the Rio Grande border with Texas.

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Texas Fights Open Borders Advocates on Sanctuary City Ban

Texas took its fight for the State’s new anti-sanctuary jurisdiction ban to the appellate courts. A judge appointed by then-President Bill Clinton blocked the law’s prohibition on ignoring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers and provisions that address policies that “materially limit” the enforcement of federal immigration laws.

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Texas Deputies Seize $10 Million in Cocaine in Two Traffic Stops

Two Texas sheriff’s deputies in central Texas seized more than $10 million in cocaine in two traffic stops on consecutive days. The drug interdiction team for Fayette County regularly find major drug shipments along the busy Interstate 10 corridor between Houston and San Antonio.

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Germany’s Populist AfD Party Poised for Important Gains in Sunday Elections

As Germany gears up for next Sunday’s federal elections, there is a growing fear among the nation’s elite establishment that the conservative AfD party will do considerably better than polls indicate.

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Merkel Makes Last Push to Reach Undecided Voters Ahead of Sunday’s Election

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel handed out coffee to campaign workers in Berlin, urging them to keep up the momentum in the final hours before the country votes.

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German Election ‘Fighting Game’ Shows Merkel Character Use ‘Migrant Wave’ as Special Move

The satirical video game “Bundesfighter II Turbo” is based on Sunday’s German national election and features main party candidates fighting each other with unique special moves like a “migrant wave” for German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Instagram Apologizes After Algorithm Generates Rape Threat into Advertisement

Instagram has apologized after an algorithm repurposed a user’s screenshot of a rape threat she received as an advertisement for the platform.

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A.I. Pioneer Says Tech Monopolies Are ‘Dangerous for Democracy’

Speaking to Axios at a Toronto artificial intelligence conference, Yoshua Bengio warned against the concentration of money and power in Silicon Valley.

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Exclusive — Make Central America Great Again: Luther Strange Lobbied for Trade Deal That Drained Thousands of Alabama Jobs to Honduras, Mexico

In a strange twist of fate, one of the key figures who helped bring about a transfer of jobs out of Alabama via a NAFTA-style free trade agreement with Central American countries is now campaigning for the Senate seat formerly occupied by Jeff Sessions. Even stranger still, his campaign ads promise that he will “Kill Unfair Trade Deals.” His name is Luther Strange.

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