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Today, we have an in-depth insight into relationships that some immigrant immigrants survive, how the recent twist could define the course of democratic presidential elections and why President Trump might freeze his national security adviser.
Here's what we see today.
Enforcement conditions for immigrants at border facilities described as "pure inhumanity"
Migration advocates said the cramped, unhygienic conditions at the Border Patrol facilities have deteriorated since President Donald Trump came to power.
"There were problems with the treatment of people during the Obama administration, but right now we have a situation where there is creepy cruelty, a crime culture, inhumanity and dehumanization," says Ursela Ojeda, a policy adviser for the woman a refugee commission.
In a step that could affect immigrant voters in the US, the Justice Department has confirmed that the 2020 census will be printed without a controversial citizenship issue.
Critics had described the issue as an attempt to suppress the reaction rate in virtually democratically voting immigrant groups.
Trump still listening to hawkish national security advisor John Bolton?
While some conservative commentators praised President Donald Trump's brief trip on North Korean soil, his
Bolton has previously argued for military action against North Korea, and several sources have now told NBC News that the president is also in conflict with its adviser on the ongoing Iran crisis. 19659002] Bolton's status is not helped by the fact that he has made few allies in the administration, writes NBC's Dan De Luce and Carol E. Lee in a news analysis.
Barack Obama won the presidency by uniting African American voters and white liberals. Can Kamala Harris be doing the same?
Harris's increase in votes this week would have been unthinkable just a week ago before she hit front runner Joe Biden at the debate phase in Miami with a personal and powerful attack.
Now she cuts Biden's two important forces – his support from black voters and the belief that he has the best chance of beating Trump.
Technical giants flex their political muscles in response to a bill threatening to remove an important legal protection for businesses, including Facebook and Google. 19659002] The bill of GOP Senator Josh Hawley, R-Mo., Wanted to change the law that provides legal immunity for social networks to content that their users send. Under his plan, these platforms would have to prove that they are "politically neutral".
So after being big for a year in a growing lobbying business, the technology industry is now trying to influence the debate in Washington DC through thoughts and attorneys.
Thoughts have arrived in Washington DC for Trump's 4th of July parade
Thoughts are not a normal sight on the streets of the nation's capital, but they gather there prior to Thursday's "Salute to America" Fourth of July celebrations.
NBC News captured the video of two Bradley armored passenger ships and two Abrams tanks, which are expected to play a role in Thursday's event.
President Trump is expected to make a 20-minute speech from the Lincoln Memorial, but commentators will look at how political it is, given the non-partisan nature of the 4th of July events in the past.
Today, too, we take a look at how the screen can compare with other military parades worldwide.
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