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New York moves to limit federal deportations of undocumented immigrants

NYC deportationsA proposed New York City law would allow officials to decline requests by U.S. immigration authorities to detain immigrants for deportation proceedings unless a warrant is issued by a federal judge.

Even then, the city would only approve a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention request if the individual has been convicted of a violent or serious crime within the past five years.

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Flag that flew over U.S. Capitol on 9/11 destroyed in memorial fire

Flag destroyed in fireThe flag that flew over the U.S. Capitol on Sept. 11, 2001, was destroyed in a fire at a 9/11 memorial complex in Pennsylvania, authorities said Saturday.

In addition to the American flag, also lost in the fire were personal items of the passengers and crew members who were on board United Airlines Flight 93 when it went down in a field as one of four hijackings by al Qaeda militants on Sept. 11, 2001, the National Park Service said in a statement Saturday.

About 100 'tribute' items left by visitors to honor the passengers and crew killed in the crash were also destroyed by the fire, the park service said.

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Ferguson Protesters Outfitted In Orange Jumpsuits And Jailed With High Bail

ferguson protestersMore than a dozen people arrested during protests outside the Ferguson Police Department early Friday were outfitted with orange prison jumpsuits, slapped with high bail and locked behind bars for hours longer than most others arrested in earlier demonstrations against the police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.

The 13 protestors, including many seized while standing on the sidewalk, were arrested by police officers from St. Louis County Police and Missouri State Highway Patrol and were jailed in nearby St. Ann. Video of the arrests show protestors on the sidewalk, and not blocking the street, when officers moved in. They were charged with offenses that included failure to comply with police, noise ordinance violations and resisting arrest.

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Hackers who hit JPMorgan attacked some nine other firms

JP MorganAbout nine other banks and brokerages were infiltrated by the same group of hackers who recently attacked computer systems at JPMorgan Chase & Co, the New York Times reported late on Friday, citing unnamed people briefed on the matter.

The report, which could not be independently verified and did not identify any of the victims beyond JPMorgan, said it was not clear how serious the attacks had been.

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Missouri judge sides with married same-sex couples

Missouri judge sides with married gaysA judge struck down part of Missouri's gay marriage ban for the first time on Friday by ordering the state to recognize same-sex marriages legally performed in other states, saying state laws banning the unions single out gay couples "for no logical reason."

The order means such couples will be eligible to sign up for a wide range of tax, health insurance, veterans and other benefits now afforded to opposite-sex married couples. Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, who has defended the state's ban on gay marriage, said his office was reviewing the ruling.

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Antonin Scalia: Constitution permits favoring of religion over non-religion

Religion tops non religion: Scalia- Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said the separation of church and state -- one of the most important tenets of the Constitution -- is not absolute.

The conservative justice told an audience at Colorado Christian University that the legal battles over whether God can be referenced in the Pledge of Allegiance or prayers can be held before city hall meetings were indicative of a larger fight for religion in public American life.

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Colorado school board approves review of history curriculum

Colorado school boardA Colorado school board whose proposed changes to a history curriculum spawned student walk-outs and teacher sick-outs voted on Thursday to move ahead with a modified version of the controversial measure.

The Jefferson County Board of Education in suburban Denver agreed to appoint a committee to review newly revised guidelines for the Advanced Placement history courses in the 84,000-student district, over complaints from parents, teachers and students who voiced their concerns at the Thursday night meeting.

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