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Homeland Security Secretary Defends Separating Families Of Illegal Border-Crossers

In a wide-ranging interview with NPR, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said the administration is merely following the law.

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Homeland Security Secretary Defends Separating Families Who Cross Border Illegally

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On Floating The End of the Ocean
The Unfolding Chequerboard

NEC Corporation of America already supplies many American jurisdictions with still photo facial recognition. Now the company says it's getting law enforcement inquiries about its real-time facial recognition. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Real-Time Facial Recognition Is Available, But Will U.S. Police Buy It?

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A (very literal) mountain biker makes a base jump in Moab, Utah in the documentary Mountain. Greenwich Entertainment hide caption

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It's Not Just The Thin Air That's Breathtaking: The Documentary 'Mountain'

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Periscope Andromeda

The biggest fingerling salmon in this Alaskan fish hatchery are likely born to the biggest mothers. Education Images/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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The Bigger The Mother Fish, The More Babies She Has

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Sunflower River Blues John Fahey
Periscope Gianni Bianchini

California gubernatorial candidate Travis Allen speaks during the state Republican Party convention in San Diego earlier this month. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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GOP Fears It Will Be Shut Out Of California Governor's Race

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Farewell, Farewell Charles Mingus, Lionel Hampton et. al.

Hamas leader Yehiyeh Sinwar speaks with protesters at the Gaza Strip on April 20. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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Hamas Leader Implies 'Hundreds Of Thousands' Of Palestinians May Breach Israel Border

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Satellite STRFKR
Capable The Wild Reeds
Heavenly Divine Jedi Mind Tricks

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What Hondurans In The U.S. Can Expect When They're Deported

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Portrait of Jennie [*] Wes Montgomery
Lakers Freddie Gibbs, Madlib
Nothing Qrion

The NYPD has received 30 complaints from people who have lost money to a Chinese-language robocall scam. Ja_inter/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Chinese Robocalls Bombarding The U.S. Are Part Of An International Phone Scam

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Street Smarts Louis Logic

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Maria Farantouri Brings Songs Of Resistance To Carnegie Hall

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