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Work on more border fencing starts in New Mexico

USATODAY.com Friday, 23 August 2019
Work crews in Arizona and New Mexico are forging forward with construction on taller border fencing funded through President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration. (Aug. 23)
 
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ABC News reported that the Trump administration will announce new rules on immigrating families. They want the government to detain families with children crossing the border to be held longer. According to Reuters, the Flores agreement establishes how long migrant children can be detained. The legal...

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Coronavirus updates: Nevada, New Mexico renew restrictions; Kentucky requires masks starting Friday; Oregon reports largest daily case count

Some Nevada bars to close Friday; Caesars employees must get tested to work; Starbucks to require face masks; Latest news
 

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Rudolfo Anaya, a Father of Chicano Literature, Dies at 82

His coming-of-age novel “Bless Me, Ultima” reframed the way many in New Mexico viewed their own history, even as school districts tried to ban it.
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Drinking Hand Sanitizer Leaves Three Dead, Three In Critical Condition, One Blind [Video]

Drinking Hand Sanitizer Leaves Three Dead, Three In Critical Condition, One Blind

In New Mexico, three people have died, three are in critical condition, and one is permanently blind after drinking hand sanitizer. According to CNN, they were poisoned by methanol, which is a common ingredient of hand sanitizer. State health officials say the poisonings were all related to alcoholism. Some people have been known to use hand sanitizer to get intoxicated due to its alcohol content. Methanol can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested.

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Man shot in New Mexico protest over sculpture [Video]

Man shot in New Mexico protest over sculpture

[NFA] Activists blamed members of a heavily-armed volunteer militia for instigating violence after demonstrators tried to pull down an Albuquerque monument. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

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Supreme Court Grants NY Prosecutor Access to Trump's Financial Records [Video]

Supreme Court Grants NY Prosecutor Access to Trump's Financial Records

According to CBS News, the Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favour of Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance on Thursday.

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Here's the latest for Friday July 10th: WHO says coronavirus may be spread through the air; Arizona Gov. cuts restaurant capacity; Trump blasts de Blasio over..
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An Unexpected Struggle for Trump: Defining an Elusive Biden

With only six weeks to the Republican National Convention, President Trump has yet to find a framework for attacking his opponent.
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Why Trump’s White Grievance Message Strikes a Sour Note in the Suburbs

As the president casts himself as a bulwark against “angry mobs,” there are signs that he is alienating voters in bedroom communities who view him as a..
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Homeland Security Turns to Defending Statues Amid Questions Over Priorities

The current leaders of the Department of Homeland Security have proved adept at following President Trump’s lead. Their latest target: guarding monuments and..
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Arizona Arizona State in the southwestern United States

Why Arizona Is Suffering the Worst COVID-19 Outbreak in the US [Video]

Why Arizona Is Suffering the Worst COVID-19 Outbreak in the US

During the week of June 30th, coronavirus cases in AZ more than tripled the national average.

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These Arizona teachers shared a classroom for summer school. All 3 contracted COVID-19. 1 died.

An Arizona teacher is dead after contracting COVID-19. Two others tested positive after teaching in the same classroom. They hope schools stay closed.

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More than 40% of staff at large Arizona detention center positive for COVID-19, operators say

128 staff members have tested positive for COVID-19 at Arizona's Eloy Detention Center, underscoring the severity of the outbreak at the facility.
 

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