• Activists worry about potential abuse of face scans for ICE

    BOSTON (AP) — Civil rights activists complained Monday of the potential for widespread abuse following confirmation that at least three states have scanned millions of driver’s license photos on behalf of Immigration and Customs Enforcement without the drivers’ knowledge or consent.

  • Federal court: Trump can’t ban critics from Twitter account

    NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump can’t ban critics from his Twitter account, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday, saying the First Amendment calls for more speech, rather than less, on matters of public concern.

  • Family spokesman says H. Ross Perot, Texas billionaire who twice ran for president, has died

    DALLAS (AP) — Family spokesman says H. Ross Perot, Texas billionaire who twice ran for president, has died.

  • Mobile home residents hit with soaring rent after hurricanes

    LUMBERTON, N.C. (AP) — For eight years, James Lesane paid what he could for his mobile home lot rental every month — $150. But in February, five months after Hurricane Florence flooded the Lumberton region and shortly after Florida-based company Time Out Communities bought the park, his monthly lot rent more than tripled to $465.

  • Police: Woman throws snake at woman in carjacking

    GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) — Police say a woman stole a vehicle after throwing a nonpoisonous snake at the driver, then crashed through barricades set up for a pole vaulting exhibition in a South Carolina city.

  • New Mexico ghost town saloon uses civility to draw crowd

    WHITE OAKS, N.M. (AP) — A saloon in a New Mexico ghost town attracts regulars with diverse backgrounds and opinions with a promise to “have dialogue.”

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  • US women’s team boldly embraces off-the-field activist role

    NEW YORK (AP) — Setting itself apart from other great American sports teams, the U.S. women’s soccer team is embracing a front-line role in social justice causes even as it savors a fourth world championship.

  • Barr sees a legal way to ask about citizenship on census

    EDGEFIELD, S.C. (AP) — Attorney General William Barr says the Trump administration will take action in the days ahead that he believes will allow a question on citizenship to be added to next year’s census.

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