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"I believe Amazon should be scrutinized. We should scrutinize all large institutions, whether they're companies, government agencies, or non-profits," the world's richest man is expected to tell Congress.
Grace Morgan, 32, told Newsweek she was held by officers with the U.S. Marshals Service inside the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse for more than five hours.
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"We're doing everything we can to ensure the well-being of these children, pending their deportation proceedings," Brandon Judd said.
We are two pediatricians (one a sitting member of Congress) and we call on the DHS to allow detained children access to the specialized care they require.
"And the company's being paid $750 a day to lock up children, no incentive to get them into homes," Senator Jeff Merkley said.
He argued that legally, the "unaccompanied alien children" are not able to grant permission to be photographed or interviewed because they are minors.
The sprawling family enterprise is a confusing picture where public and private duties clash.
The effects of climate change are raising temperatures in the Arctic faster than anywhere else, posing a threat to structures as foundations disintegrate.
Nabil has lost his arm, his wife, two daughters, two sons, two brothers and six other family members
Saturday, July 31 | 4:45 p.m. ETPat Wingert: Before Kerry's speech Thursday night, a select group of Democratic Party bigwigs were corralled into a holding room in the Fleet Center to watch the nominee's speech--and await their cue to head to the stage for the party's big show of unity amidst a shower of balloons and confetti.
The politesse of the torturers was hard to take. Even after four Western journalists were freed last week from Iraq's infamous Abu Ghraib prison, they seemed puzzled by their inquisitors' comportment."They were disconcertingly polite," remembers Matthew McAllester, a rugged young Scotsman who reports for Newsday.He was not tortured himself.
You wouldn't think that, in times like these in New York City, the two most uplifting art exhibitions around would be of modern sculpture. (Looking at pictures tends to make us happier than looking at objects.)And not only are the shows of modern sculpture, but of objects of unpainted, unadorned, blackish and brownish metal.