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Daily News: Supreme Court hears arguments in historic cellphone tracking case

Supreme Court docket justices on Wednesday heard oral arguments in what some are calling a very powerful digital privateness case in many years, involving whether or not it’s constitutional for authorities to grab and search an individual’s cellphone data that reveal an individual’s location and actions and not using a warrant. (more…)

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POLITICS NEWS: Trump says ‘weak on crime’ Democrats will pay after serial border crosser acquitted of murder

President Donald Trump lashed out after a Mexican man who illegally entered the nation was acquitted of murdering a lady in San Francisco. Trump known as the case a "full travesty of justice" and stated the Democrats will "pay an enormous worth" on the poll field for being "weak

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