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“Every time we passed it we caught a fish.”

Anonymous South Carolina fisherman speaking about a package he pulled from the ocean with $1M worth of cocaine; no word on where the package came from or why the Mahi-mahi gathered around it. The fisherman alerted the Coast Guard who partnered with others, such as Customs and Border Protection, to investigate. Just last week, $1M of cocaine and marijuana washed up on along an Alabama beach.
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“The video is innocent, it’s not a big deal.”

Christiane, a mother in Brazil, sharing her story with the New York Times. Christiane’s 10-year-old daughter uploaded a video of her and a friend playing in a pool; the video soon got hundreds of thousands views. The NYT reports YouTube’s automatic recommendation system pushes seemingly innocent family videos to potential pedophiles. YouTube recently disabled comments on certain videos to protect against predators.
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“The Court declines to take sides in this fight between the House and the President.”

Federal Judge Trevor McFadden blocking House Democrats from suing Pres. Trump for using a national emergency declaration to reallocate military $$ to build a border wall. Judge McFadden, a Pres. Trump appointee, ruled Congress did not have the power to sue in this case, but said Congress did have other "political arrows in its quiver" to counter the President. Other legal challenges continue.
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“Tonight we celebrate an alliance that has helped to ensure the safety and prosperity of both our peoples for decades, and which I believe will endure for many years to come.”

Queen Elizabeth II making a toast honoring the UK’s alliance with America during a state banquet hosting Pres. Trump & his family. Pres. Trump also made a toast, applauding the alliance & highlighting the Queen’s service as a mechanic during WWII. Pres. Trump's formal State Visit continues Tuesday.
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“No governor’s ever going to let her out.”

Lawyer Rich Pfeiffer reacting to news CA Gov. Gavin Newsom overruled a parole board recommendation to release his client, a former "Manson Family" member convicted of murder. Leslie Van Houten was 19-years-old when she participated in Charles Manson’s cult & crime spree. She’s been recommended for parole 3 times, all overturned by governors. Pfeiffer will take her case to an appeals court. A ruling is expected next month.
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Deep sea fishermen pull in big catch of cocaine, worth nearly $1M, off Charleston coast

On YouTube’s Digital Playground, an Open Gate for Pedophiles

Judge rejects House Democrats’ attempt to block Trump use of military funds for border wall

Toasting Trump, Queen Elizabeth lays out state banquet welcome

California governor won’t free Manson follower Van Houten