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Company forced to remove Trump wall image from Super Bowl ad

84 lumberAn American building materials company was forced to edit its Super Bowl ad to meet NFL standards, according to a new report.

84 Lumber, a family-owned company, produced a commercial showing a Mexican mother and daughter heading to the United States.

The two come across a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border — similar to the one proposed by President Trump.

But Fox Sports wouldn’t let the wall itself into the commercial. The company’s director of marketing said Fox cited “concerns about some elements,” according to the Washington Post.

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Appeals Court Shoots Down DOJ Request To Immediately Restore Travel Ban

Trump fuming at courtsA U.S. appeals court late on Saturday denied a request from the U.S. Department of Justice to immediately restore a immigration order from President Donald Trump barring citizens from seven mainly Muslim countries and temporarily banning refugees.

The court ruling dealt a further setback to Trump, who has denounced the judge in the state of Washington who blocked his executive order on Friday. In tweets and comments to reporters, the president has insisted he will get the ban reinstated.

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Trump Shared False Travel Ban Story On His Facebook Page

 Trump lies on FacebookAt 12:25 p.m. on February 2, President Trump posted a story on his official Facebook page which contended that Kuwait issued a visa ban for five Muslim-majority countries.

Trump’s post, which is still up as of Sunday morning, read: “Smart!

'Kuwait issues its own Trump-esque visa ban for five Muslim-majority countries | Al Bawaba,’” citing the source of the information.

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Mobile app helps China recover hundreds of missing children

China's missing childrenA mobile app helped Chinese authorities recover hundreds of missing children last year, Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday, in a country where child trafficking is rampant.

The Ministry of Public Security said 611 missing children were found last year, Xinhua said.

The "Tuanyuan", or "reunion" in Chinese, app developed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd was launched in May and has allowed police officers to share information and work together.

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At least 14 killed by avalanche in Pakistan

Avalanche in PakistanAt least 14 people were killed in an avalanche that buried several houses in the village of Sher Shall, part of the town of Chintral, located in the Hindu Kush mountains in northwestern Pakistan.

According to CNN, six women, six children and two men were among the dead. Officials fear more people are trapped beneath the thick wall of snow.

The Pakistani state media said rescue personnel are doing their best to search for bodies and deliver recovery supplies, like blankets, stoves and food. Inclement winter weather has made search and rescue efforts difficult. Many of the local roads are blocked by snow and ice.

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Protests erupt globally over Trump actions for third Saturday in a row

Global protests continue against banTens of thousands of protesters again took to streets across the country and around the world Saturday to criticize President Trump’s executive orders, cabinet picks and overall agenda.

Some of the biggest protests took place in New York City and Washington, D.C., with large rallies planned in San Francisco and Los Angles later in the day.

Organizing under the social media hashtag #NoBanNoWall, protesters said they wanted to again demonstrate their commitment to protecting vulnerable communities.

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Trump defends Putin, says U.S. has 'a lot of killers'

Trump defends PutinPresident Donald Trump said the United States has "a lot of killers" while again defending Russian President Vladimir Putin.  In an excerpt of an interview set to run Sunday before the Super Bowl, Trump was asked by Fox News' Bill O'Reilly if he "respects" Putin.

"I do respect him. I respect a lot of people but that doesn't mean I'm going to get along with him," Trump replied. "He's a leader of his country. I say it's better to get along with Russia than not."

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Thousands Push Back Against Executive Orders at Stonewall Inn LGBTQ Rally

LBGT protest at StonewallWith rainbow flags and a message of resistance, thousands of LGBTQ New Yorkers rallied Saturday in front of the Stonewall Inn against President Donald Trump's executive orders.

Demonstrators crowded near the historic gay rights bar a week after Trump issued an executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. A judge temporarily blocked the ban Friday and the government has suspended enforcement of it.

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After judge lifts travel ban, Trump fumes, vows to act

DHS stops fiagging immigrantsU.S. President Donald Trump denounced a judge who lifted the travel ban he had imposed on citizens of seven mainly Muslim countries, vowing that his government would reinstate it as affected travelers scrambled to try to quickly enter the United States.

Last weekend thousands of people who had tickets to travel or immigrate to the United States were stopped in their tracks by Trump's executive order to restrict entry for refugees and for people from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, a move he said was needed to prevent attacks.

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