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Draped in blanket, the client comfortably holds a mirror to check how his barber is making progress . . . literally under the sun and beside a city creek.

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After Mississippi ICE raids, some affected children still are without a parent, official says

Some children whose parents were detained in immigration raids in Mississippi last week still do not have at least one parent with them, a Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services spokeswoman said Thursday. 760 more words

National/World News

Maine families face elder boom, worker shortage in preview of nation’s future

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Washington Post

Truck drives into line of ICE protesters outside Rhode Island detention facility

A captain at a Rhode Island detention facility has been placed on administrative leave after he drove a truck toward a line of protesters who were demanding the center cease its cooperation with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, officials and witnesses said Thursday. 649 more words