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We Found This Year’s Shit-Your-Pants Horror Film! Be Ready To Get Terrified By The Nun!

Oh hellllllllll no! The Nun, out in theaters September 7, is being marketed as “the darkest chapter of The Conjuring universe” and we sure as hell see why! Clutch your rosary tight before watching the trailer, Perezcious mortals! Related Stories Aaaaaah! First Wonder Woman 2 Pics! Spoiler — Chris Pine Is Back! Perk Up Your Ears For Disney’s New Live-Action Dumbo Trailer! Prince Harry & Other Celebrities You Had No Idea Were In Star Wars! OG Lando Billy Dee Williams & The Rest Of The Star Wars Cast: Then &…

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Too smart, too successful: Mongolias superwomen struggle to find husbands

Highly educated women far outnumber men in the capital making it difficult for them to find a partner At the UB comedy club at the back of a bar in central Ulaanbaatar, the audience is overwhelmingly female. Groups of smartly dressed women, just out of the office, sip from bottles of beer while watching a young Mongolian man on stage. Our women are beautiful, he says, nodding at a few men seated at the front. Theyre great to be friends with, but they are crazy. A few men chuckle but…

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This Is What Happens To A Child’s Brain When They’re Physically Separated From Their Parents

Since early May, the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy has resulted in the detention of more than 2,000 children, according to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The policy, which aims at prosecuting illegal border-crossing offenses, applies to all adults whether or not they come with children. Adults that do come with children are being separated, with children placed in temporary care facilities while their parents await prosecution from the Justice Department.   “Taking children away from their mothers is harmful to them,” Jack Shonkoff, who directs the Center for…

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McCaul optimistic immigration bill will pass House despite Trump’s lament about ‘wasting time’

Video Rep. McCaul on chances Congress can solve immigration crisis Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee on efforts to pass ‘compromise’ immigration bill. Rep. Mike McCaul said on Sunday that while he is optimistic that a so-called consensus bill on immigration can be passed next week, the biggest issue that needs to be addressed immediately is the separation of migrant children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. “At minimum, we have to deal with the family situation,” McCaul, R-Texas, who is the chairman of the House Homeland Security…

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Motherfucker! Trump Administration Just Filed Motion To Keep Children Detained LONGER!

After nearly universal outrage over Not only does the administration appear to have NO PLAN WHATSOEVER to reunite families with the more than 2,300 children already taken, the new plan that still involves detaining kids — just with their parents — is now looking worse. The Department of Justice just filed an emergency motion in federal court Thursday to remove the 20-day-limit on detaining children! Jeff Sessions‘ DOJ lawyers argue the current 20-day limit means they can’t lock up innocent children with their parents long enough for “the pendency of…

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Flake threatens Trump again on judicial nominees

Washington (CNN)Sen. Jeff Flake warned that he and a “number of senators,” are prepared to block President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees if there is no action in the Senate on tariffs and other key issues. Currently, Republicans hold a slight majority on the committee, 11-10, which Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley has noted could pose a problem for passing nominees if even one Republican chose not to vote. “If it is a controversial one, we probably would have to have all 11 Republicans. So if one Republican wouldn’t vote, and it’s…

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SNP MPs ‘may not back Heathrow expansion’

Cabinet approves now Heathrow runway Grayling: Heathrow expansion will benefit Scottish airports Scottish government welcomes third runway plan The Scottish government has previously backed Heathrow’s bid for a third runway, saying it would bring economic benefits for Scotland. However, the SNP source said: “The government might well find out on Monday that they have run out of goodwill from the SNP over this. “They have only themselves to blame for that.” Analysis – by Nick Eardley, BBC Scotland political correspondent The SNP government in Edinburgh still officially backs Heathrow. And…

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Man Loses Feeling In His Legs And Nearly Dies Due To Colossal Poop

Doctors in Australia have intervened after a man became so constipated his fecal matter gave him paralysis in one of his legs. A 53-year-old took himself to the emergency room with abdominal pain that had been building for three days, swelling and nausea. More alarmingly, he was experiencing pain in his right leg, which he was unable to move for the past 24 hours. The leg had no palpable pulse and was cold to the touch, the doctors write in the BMJ Case Report. His medical history revealed no drug…

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Trump: Deport without ‘judges or court cases’

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump on Sunday called for the US to deport people without judicial proceedings, referred to an invasion by “these people” and railed against standing immigration laws. On Friday, Trump said Republicans would do better to “stop wasting their time on immigration” until after the midterm elections, pushing the issue until after he anticipated they would defeat Democrats in November. And earlier Sunday, Trump called for Democrats to address immigration and said his administration was doing a far better job than Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.…

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