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FILE - In this July 16, 2019, file photo, interior Secretary David Bernhardt listens during a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington. Less than half of employees are projected to go along when the Trump administration moves headquarters for the bureau overseeing the country’s vast public lands from Washington, to Grand Junction, Colo. The administration defends the shift West. Former bureau officials predict a brain drain that will weaken protections for hundreds of millions of acres. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)
Opponents warn of staff exodus as US breaks up lands bureauOpponents of the Trump administration's plan to break up the Washington, D
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Florida city mum on ransom demands by cyberattackersA Florida city is confirming that hackers seeking to extort money were responsible for crippling its computer systems earlier this week
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Report: Whistleblower says ICE denied healthcare to migrantsA whistleblower report provided to BuzzFeed News alleges U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has “systematically provided inadequate medical and mental health care” to detained migrants
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Cyberattack, ransomware hobbles New Orleans city governmentNew Orleans officials say investigators have discovered ransomware as they investigate a suspected cyberattack that led to a shutdown of city computers
The Associated Press4 hours ago
FILE - In this Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019 photo, Mike Carpenter, uncle of Greg Longenecker, pauses as he is interviewed by The Associated Press in Reading, Pa. A federal lawsuit accuses Pennsylvania State Police of gross recklessness for using a bulldozer to chase and inadvertently run over and kill Longenecker, who had fled after being caught growing marijuana on public land.  An amended complaint, filed Thursday, Dec. 12 quotes a state police helicopter pilot as expressing shock that a police colleague was using the bulldozer to look for Longenecker, who was hiding in thick brush. Cpl. Edward Stefanides said the bulldozer appeared to be “coming in blind” and that he tried to tell its operator to stop. (AP Photo/Jacqueline Larma, File)
Suit: Pilot tried to warn before dozer killed pot suspectThe family of a marijuana suspect who wound up dead under the treads of a bulldozer commandeered by Pennsylvania State Police has filed an amended lawsuit that raises new questions about the agency's tactics
The Associated Press4 hours ago

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