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Jimmy Fallon envisions a news network with President Trump at the helm

Zingers about Trump's Swedish confusion that were amusing the day before were less so Tuesday, as news broke of rioting in a predominantly immigrant Stockholm suburb. He also patted himself on the back for finding a candidate to replace his former national security adviser, who resigned amid allegations of collusion with Russian officials.

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Governor vetoes bill he feared would take money from Planned Parenthood

The Virginia Department of Health now has a contract with Planned Parenthood to provide testing for sexually transmitted infections, according to the Richmond-Times Dispatch. Planned Parenthood Votes donated nearly $1.2 million to McAuliffe's 2013 campaign for governor. The Virginia Bureau of Watchdog.org reported that Planned Parenthood contributed more than $1.7 million to McAuliffe's gubernatorial campaign in 2013.

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United rolls out basic economy between Houston, Minneapolis-St. Paul

Basic economy passengers on both carriers can not change or cancel flights, and they are not eligible for upgrades. Even on the routes where American is selling the new fares, they are usually available only on a small number of flights " sometimes one or two a day " and on some days, none at all.

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Homeland Security Outlines New Rules Tightening Enforcement Of Immigration Law

Sen. The memos do not revoke President Barack Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program , which allows immigrants who came to the United States illegally as children to remain and work in the United States. Under the new policy, if someone can't prove he or she has been living in the United States continuously for two years, they could now be eligible for expedited removal .

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John F. Kennedy postage stamp will be released Monday

Postal Service. The US Postal Service commemorated the centennial of President John F. Kennedy's birth by dedicating a forever stamp in his honor. A number of elected officials and Kennedy family members will be in attendance, including Sen.

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Two local Jewish Community Centers evacuated following bomb threats

News reports indicated that threats were received by JCCs in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin; St. Paul, Minnesota; Houston , Texas; Buffalo, New York; Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Birmingham, Alabama. Jeff Van Nest, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation field office in Minneapolis, said the agency is aware of the threats and will coordinate with local police.