Attorney General William P. Barr to Travel to El Salvador to Advance Key Department of Justice Priorities

Today, the Attorney General will travel to El Salvador to meet with deployed Department of Justice employees, diplomats, and law enforcement officials from the Northern Triangle countries to advance key Department priorities, including interdicting illegal narcotics, dismantling MS-13, the 18th Street Gang and other transnational criminal organizations, and combatting illegal migration and human trafficking. While in El Salvador, the Attorney General will also tour the International Law Enforcement Academy and participate in the Third Ministerial of the Northern Triangle Attorneys General in order to further strengthen our international law enforcement partnerships, which are critical to stopping the flow of drugs, illegal guns, and human trafficking before they can reach our Southern Border. May 14, 2019 at 06:00PM

US refuses to endorse Ardern’s ‘Christchurch Call’ to tackle online extremism

The Trump administration snubs a global effort to stop internet platforms being used to spread hate, organise extremist groups and broadcast attacks, citing respect for “freedom of expression and freedom of the press”.

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WATCH: Video captures helicopter losing control, going down in #HudsonRiver #helicoptercrash

WATCH: Spider, owner thoroughly entertained by laser pointer

Democrats can’t beat @realDonaldTrump in 2020 with ‘headline porn’ proposals – billionaire Mark Cuban

Alabama’s governor Kay Ivey has signed into state law a near-total ban on abortion making it illegal at any stage of pregnancy and punishable by up to 99 years or life in prison with the only exception being when a woman’s health is at serious risk

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Democrats can’t beat @realDonaldTrump in 2020 with ‘headline porn’ proposals – billionaire Mark Cuban

Nevada elderly man pushed off bus dies from injuries, woman charged (VIDEO)

@Huawei @CommerceGov MORE: This follows past allegations from US intelligence agencies that claimed @Huawei allowed ‘backdoor’ access in its devices for the Chinese government

@Huawei DETAILS: @CommerceGov said Wednesday that it has reasonable basis to believe @Huawei ‘is engaged in activities that are contrary to US national security’