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Fish dying and people ailing as California's largest lake shrinks

Salton SeaCalifornia’s largest lake is drying up.

The Salton Sea has been shrinking for years, and fish and birds have been dying. The dry lakebed already spews toxic dust into the air, threatening a region with hundreds of thousands of people. And the crisis is about to get much worse.

The water flowing into the Salton Sea will be cut dramatically at the end of this year, causing the lake to shrink faster than ever and sending more dust blowing through low-income, largely Latino farming communities.

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U.S. Power Companies Warned ‘Nightmare’ Cyber Weapon Already Causing Blackouts

Nightmare Cyber Weapon warningSeven minutes before midnight last Dec. 17, a bomb of sorts went off in a high-voltage substation north of Kiev.

But if you were standing outside the 20 acres of gleaming metal transformers and coils, you wouldn’t have heard a bang or seen a flash. It wasn’t that kind of bomb. It was a piece of malicious software that had been hiding in a control-room computer miles away, waiting for the right time to reveal itself.

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Jeff Sessions Subpoenaed in Trial of Trump Soul Mate Joe Arpaio

jeff Sessions called as witness in Arpaio trialAlong with testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee this week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions can expect a subpoena from lawyers for a former Arizona lawman who has been called Donald Trump’s political soul mate.

The soul mate is 84-year-old former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was Trump’s sidekick in championing the birther nonsense about President Obama and in raising the specter of criminals and rapists pouring across our southern border.

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Supreme Court speeds copycat biologic drugs to market

SCOTUS speeds copy-cat drugs to marketThe U.S. Supreme Court on Monday cut the time it will take for copycat versions of biologic drugs to get to the market in a pivotal ruling about an expensive class of medicines that can yield billions of dollars in sales for drug companies.

The justices, in a 9-0 ruling, overturned a lower court's decision that had prevented Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis AG (NOVN.S) from selling its copycat version of California-based Amgen Inc's (AMGN.O) Neupogen until six months after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved it.

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Trump Invites His Employees To Praise Him During Cabinet Meeting

Trump cabinetPresident Donald Trump invited his top employees to shower him with compliments on Monday. They happily obliged, one-by-one, on live television.

During a Cabinet meeting at the White House, the president touted the “record-setting pace” of his legislative agenda and claimed “never has there been a president, with few exceptions” who has accomplished more while in office.

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Donald Trump Maintains Losing Streak In Court Over His Travel Ban

Travel ban upheld for third timePresident Donald Trump couldn’t appease the appeals court that first rebuked him over his travel ban, as a panel of judges dealt him yet another legal setback Monday despite administration efforts to help the ban survive judicial scrutiny.

More than three months since the president went back to the drawing board on his original executive order, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit has again refused to reinstate the revised version, which would impose a ban on travel from six Muslim-majority countries and a suspension of the refugee resettlement program.

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ICE detains dozens of Chaldean Iraqis in Detroit

Ice rounds up Detroit MuslimsImmigration officials rounded up and detained about 80 people in Detroit in a deportation sweep as distraught relatives watched.

The sweep Sunday largely involved ethnic Chaldean Muslims who immigrated to the United States from Iraq. Although some have lived in the United States for decades and some have criminal convictions, family members said those detained arrived in the United States legally. They added that some are married to U.S. citizens, WDIV-TV, Detroit, reported.

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Attorney General Sessions' testimony will be public

Sessions asks to testify publiclyAttorney General Jeff Sessions says he wants his testimony before the Senate intelligence committee to be open to the public.

The Justice Department says Sessions has requested Tuesday's committee hearing be open because he "believes it is important for the American people to hear the truth directly from him."

The Justice Department says Sessions looks forward to answering the committee's questions.

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Putin critic Alexei Navalny detained ahead of protest

Alexii Nevalny detainedPolice have detained Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny just before a mass protest against corruption in central Moscow was expected to take place.

He was arrested at the entrance of his home on Monday, his wife wrote on his Twitter account, posting a photo of him getting into a police car.

"Hello. This is Yulia Navalnaya ... Alexei has been detained in the stairwell," she wrote about a half-hour before the demonstration was to begin.

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