USDA Removes Online Database of Animal Abuse; Activists Cry Foul

This is NOT about privacy,” Budkie said. The United States Department of Agriculture shut down an online database Friday that included information about animals mistreated, injured and killed. “Our entire society is going online now. A demonstrator holds a placard depicting a bull during a protest against the bullfighting festival

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Leaked ‘Dog’s Purpose’ Video Mischaracterized Events on Set, Investigation Finds

The video went viral days before “A Dog’s Purpose” was set for theatrical release. A video appearing to show a dog in distress during filming of the movie “A Dog’s Purpose” was “deliberately edited for the purpose of misleading the public and stoking public outrage,” according to an independent, third-party

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Justice Department Appeals Federal Judge Ruling That Suspended Trump’s Travel Ban

(Credit: Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images) The Justice Department on Saturday appealed a decision to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that stopped enforcement of the executive order banning travel to the US from seven Muslim-majority countries and suspending refugee entry to the US. Bush appointee who presides in Seattle, halted the

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At Least 3 Seriously Injured Hikers Rescued, Possibly 3 More Missing After Falling Down Ice Chute Near Angeles Crest Highway

KTLA’s Shaquille Woods contributed to this report. 5 hikers fall down ice chute. #LASD Air Rescue 5, @MontroseSAR & @SDMLASD SAR rescue. pic.twitter.com/soX0bWUW8E — SEB (@SEBLASD) February 4, 2017 One patient was transported by ground while the other two were airlifted by two separate helicopters, Los Angeles County fire officials

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Up to 8 Million People Could Be Deported Under Trump’s Immigration Order: Report

Fewer than 1 million people came to the U.S. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. The deportation targets are a much larger group than those swept up in the travel bans that sowed chaos at airports and seized public attention over the past week. Far from targeting only “bad

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L.A. City Attorney Demands List of People Detained at LAX Under Trump’s Travel Order

Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. (Credit: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) Feuer on Friday sent a letter to Homeland Security Secretary John F. 33.941589 -118.408530 Feuer said he was denied access to the incoming immigration area on Jan. The restraining orders issued by courts in New

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Trump Travel Ban Supporters and Opponents Plan to Protest at LAX

Opponents plan to rally in front of Tom Bradley International Terminal beginning at 11 a.m. 29, 2017. The order was in response to lawsuits filed by the states of Washington and Minnesota. Supporters of the ban plan their own demonstration at noon. The State Department, which “provisionally revoked” 60,000 visas

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Parents Sue Nebraska College Over Daughter’s Suicide, Say University ‘Indifferent’ to Dating Violence

Campus police were never asked to investigate and the boyfriend was never charged with any crime, the court document says. Chadron State didn’t respond to CNN’s request for comment. Larios also met with the softball coaches. (Credit: CNN) × Parents Sue Nebraska College Over Daughter’s Suicide, Say University ‘Indifferent’ to

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Family Flew Man With Dementia From L.A. to England, Abandoned Him There, Officials Say

Curry was returned to the United States by British authorities last year and is now in a Bellflower nursing home. It took much detective work, but authorities now say that man is Earl Roger Curry, a 76-year-old Whittier man suffering from dementia. Earl Roger Curry, 76, is shown in a

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