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The Supreme Court hears arguments on DACA. President Trump has been attempting to end the Obama program that protects young people born abroad and raised in the US without documentation. Some “Dreamers” have been waiting outside the court for days to secure a seat for the hearing, Quartz's Ephrat Livni reports.

Dreamers are hopeful ahead of SCOTUS hearing

It's raining this morning in DC but I'm not sure if that has dampened the spirits of the Dreamers who were already in line yesterday for today's hearing at SCOTUS. The justices will hear three consolidated cases on an Obama-era administrative policy that deferred deportation for young people who were

It's raining this morning in DC but I'm not sure if that has dampened the spirits of the Dreamers who were already in line yesterday for today's hearing at SCOTUS. The justices will hear three consolidated cases on an Obama-era administrative policy that deferred deportation for young people who were brought to the US and raised here without documentation. The Trump administration says the policy exceeds executive authority.

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Turkey agreed to pause its operation against the Kurds, but fighting continued. The AP reported that there was shelling and smoke in the Syrian city of Ras al-Ayn on Friday. Meanwhile, The Times of London reported that Turkey could have used banned white phosphorus against Kurdish civilians.

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  • White phosphorus is one of those horrific weapons that will not go away. Its use is supposed to be highly regulated but apparently can be excused when it is stated that the prescence of enemy soldiers make it allowable. Double think triumphs over morality. I reccomend Human Rights Watch for more articles

    White phosphorus is one of those horrific weapons that will not go away. Its use is supposed to be highly regulated but apparently can be excused when it is stated that the prescence of enemy soldiers make it allowable. Double think triumphs over morality. I reccomend Human Rights Watch for more articles about its use/abuse.