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After Blues scare, Ducks return to ice to face Flames

Sports Illustrated
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Cleveland Scene

ICE Arrests 75 People in Ohio and Michigan in Weeklong Operation

ClevelandScene
A weeklong operation by the U.S. Immigration and Customs and Enforcement (ICE) led to the arrests of 75 people in Michigan and Ohio. Of those foreign nationals, about 70% had prior arrests or convictions, and one was an alleged MS-13 gang member wanted in El Salvador for homicide, ICE said......
CBS US News

ICE sued over treatment of 5-year-old with head injury

CBS News
CBS News – For more and to sign up click here The mother of a 5-year-old Guatemalan boy sued U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement over the medical care he has received in detention for a head injury suffered before the family was arrested. The lawsuit filed late Friday in California......
CBS US News

Antarctic Peninsula is warmer than Dallas, Texas, on potentially record-breaking day

CBS News
CBS News – For more and to sign up click here Global warming is hitting the world’s coldest places. It’s the first week of February, and the weather in the Antarctic Peninsula on Thursday was sunny and a preliminary record-breaking 64.9 degrees Fahrenheit — warmer than most of Texas.  The......
New York Post

De Blasio calls ICE an ‘illegitimate force’ after agent shoots man

NYPost
New York Post – For more and to sign up click here Mayor de Blasio on Friday slammed the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement as “an illegitimate force”– a day after an ICE officer shot a man in Brooklyn during a botched deportation attempt. Gaspar Avendano-Hernandez — described by ICE......
CBS US News

Millions of Americans under threat of severe weather; Dallas area under tornado watch amid severe weather in southern and central U.S.; weekend could bring snow, ice to Midwest

CBS News
An intense and dangerous severe weather system, with the potential for strong tornadoes, a paralyzing ice storm and heavy snow, will this weekend in parts of the central and eastern United States. Tornado warnings were issued throughout the day for several communities in Oklahoma, Texas and southwest Missouri, and the Dallas-Fort......
CBS US News

Severe weather this weekend could bring snow, ice, tornadoes to central and eastern U.S., record warm temperatures to Northeast

CBS News
An intense and dangerous severe weather system, with the potential for strong tornadoes, a paralyzing ice storm and heavy snow, will unfold Friday and Saturday in parts of the central and eastern United States. This promises to be one of the most significant systems of the season so far. NOAA’s......
CBS US News

Feds holding back documents that show local police targeting migrant kids, lawyers say

CBS News
The New York Civil Liberties Union sued a federal agency Thursday for documents about its role in a grant program allegedly designed to “find, arrest, detain, and deport unaccompanied immigrant children.” The lawsuit alleges that the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), which is not a law enforcement agency, may have......
Environment

Climate change: Study underpins key idea in Antarctic ice loss

@BreaknNews
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionProf Hilmar Gudmundsson: “Thinning shelves have a mechanical impact on the ice behind them” It’s long been suspected but scientists can now show conclusively that thinning in the ring of floating ice around Antarctica is driving mass loss from the interior of......
History

Archaeologists Race to Preserve Artifacts as the Ice Melts in Mongolia | Science

Smithsonian
Ice melt due to climate change is a blessing and a curse for archaeologists. Retreating ice and snow can reveal amazingly preserved textiles, hides, wooden tools and even mummies that have been hidden for hundreds or thousands of years. But once these treasures are exposed, the clock starts ticking for......

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