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NY Police Raid MS-13 Hangouts — Arrest Nine

Suffolk County law enforcement and New York State Liquor Authority officers conducted inspections at two known MS-13 haunts in New York. The inspections led to the arrest of seven people. Officials turned two others over to immigration officials.

Houston Evacuates Block Where Suspected Bomb-Making Materials Found

HOUSTON, Texas — City of Houston emergency management officials ordered the evacuation of a residential block in an upscale neighborhood where suspected bomb-making materials were found. The evacuation follows an “all night enforcement operation” carried out by the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF).

ATF, FBI, Houston Police Search Home for Possible Bomb-Making Material

Federal and local law enforcement officers teamed up to execute a search warrant on a home in the upscale Rice University area Sunday evening. After obtaining a search warrant, Houston police officers, FBI agents, and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) entered a home to search for suspected bomb-making materials.

Six Flags Parks Remove Historic Flags over Political Concerns

Six Flags over Texas, an amusements park that made its icon the six national flags of countries that governed the now-State of Texas, took down its namesake flags and replaced them with only the U.S. 50-star flag. The six flags included a Confederate flag.

Truck Driver Indicted in San Antonio Human Smuggling Deaths

A federal grand jury handed down an indictment against the Florida truck driver arrested in connection with the deaths of 10 illegal aliens. The man is accused of hauling more than 100 illegal aliens from Laredo to San Antonio. He allegedly locked the illegal aliens in the back of the trailer where they faced temperatures in excess of 110 degrees for several hours.

Death, Snakes, Injury Await Smuggled Aliens in South Texas

U.S. Border Patrol agents found two deceased illegal aliens on ranches in Brooks County, Texas, on Thursday. A Justice of the Peace pronounced them dead after agents found them in the sand located about 80 miles north of the Texas border with Mexico. Officials transported the bodies to the Webb County Coroner’s Office.

DACA at 5: Open Border Activists Call for Trump’s Support, States Threaten Lawsuit

Open border activists marked the fifth anniversary of former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) amnesty program by hitting the streets and the Internet. They called on President Donald Trump to save the amnesty program while ten states, led by Texas, have threatened to sue if the federal government does not put a stop to the program.

Border Patrol Agents Bust 8 More Sex Offenders, Criminal Aliens in Week

Border Patrol agents assigned to the Rio Grande Valley Sector kept eight previously deported alien sex offenders and criminals from re-entering the U.S. shortly after they illegally crossed. The arrests came in less than one week and followed the apprehension of three other alien sex offenders the earlier this month.

Dairy Cows are ‘Raped’ to Produce Milk, Says PETA

The animal rights group, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), says dairy cows are raped to produce milk. The organization attempts to equate artificial insemination of farm animals to women being raped and human trafficking sex crimes. “When

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