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Somehow this dude allegedly stole $1.2 million dollars of fajitas

By Johnny Lieu Stealing a million dollars worth of any food seems like a difficult task in itself. Yet somehow, an employee by the name of Gilberto Escamilla, who works for the Cameron County Juvenile Justice Department in Texas, was alleged to have stolen $1.2 million of fajitas over a nine year period, …read more

By Pete Williams The U.S. Supreme Court returns to work Monday facing a blockbuster docket as it roars back from last year’s unusually low-key term. …read more

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By Margaret Sullivan The Department of Justice wants to know the IP addresses of more than a million visitors to a website that organizes protests against Donald Trump — a request the website’s host has called “a clear abuse of government authority SEE ALSO: Donald Trump’s teleprompter is back from …read more

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By Morgan Radford and Tracy Connor Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman will meet with a family member Thursday to discuss how to pay for a high-profile attorney. …read more

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By Phil McCausland Three former Blackwater colleagues who were convicted in the same incident — each earning 30 years …read more

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By Sasha Lekach CrowdJustice took on Brexit. Now the Kickstarter-like site is bringing its legal crowdfunding model to the United States. SEE ALSO: Dude tries to crowdfund a $15,000 engagement ring. Internet says, ‘Nope!’ ..read more

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By Pete Williams and Daniella Silva A federal appeals court upheld the nationwide stay on President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order restricting travel on Thursday. …read more

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By Lisa Fraser Brands like Maréna Beauté are featured on Marjani’s website (Image: Marjani Beauty Co.) Remember the name Marjani Beauty because it just might be the black and brown girl’s answer to Sephora.com. …read more

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By Pete Williams A majority of the judges on a federal appeals court seemed skeptical of the government’s defense for President Trump’s executive order restricting travel, during courtroom arguments Monday. …read more

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By Pete Williams The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear one of the most important legal battles in decades over the separation of church and state. …read more

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