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White House donates cancelled picnic food to Walter Reed.

By Betsy Klein CNN Perishable food from the cancelled congressional picnic was donated to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the first lady’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham confirmed Friday. The non-perishable food will be kept at the White House for a future event. As White House cooks were spotted Wednesday deep in preparation for the event,…MORE

Time cover backlash: Magazine stands by illustration of crying girl next to Trump.

By Hadas Gold An image that appears in this week’s Time magazine cover became a rallying cry for an end to the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from their parents after they are apprehended at the US border. The cover features an image of a crying toddler taken by Getty photographer John Moore superimposed…MORE

Scientists May Have Found Way To ‘Hack’ Into Brain To Boost Memories.

Stephanie Stahl, CBS Philly Researchers have found higher levels of two very common herpes viruses in Alzheimer’s-affected brains and it appears they impact genes linked to Alzheimer’s. Also, a different group of scientists say they’ve cracked the memory code. It’s being called a prosthetic memory. Brain boost Scientists May Have Found Way To Hack Into…MORE

Clinton: Children treated as political pawns

 Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addressed the practice of separating families at the border, saying the “outcry from every corner of the country” forced the Trump administration to act.
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Can Chipotle keep momentum with quesadillas and milkshakes?

By Paul R. La Monica Chipotle has a new CEO. A new ad campaign focusing on the fresh ingredients. And coming soon, Chipotle may have a bunch of new items on its menu, including quesadillas, tostadas and a milkshake. It’s all part of Chipotle’s plan to woo customers back after a series of health scares…MORE

Supreme Court: Warrant generally needed to track cell phone location data

By Ariane de Vogue and Clare Foran CNN The Supreme Court on Friday said the government generally needs a warrant if it wants to track an individual’s location through cell phone records over an extended period of time. The ruling is a major victory for advocates of increased privacy rights who argued more protections were…MORE

Supreme Court rules states can force online retailers to collect sales tax.

By Seth Fiegerman and Lydia DePillis The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that states can compel retailers to collect sales taxes even if they don’t have a physical presence in the state. The 5-4 decision overturns a 1992 Supreme Court precedent that effectively barred states from collecting such taxes, and could leave consumers paying more for…MORE

Perris couple face trial

A judge says the Perris couple accused of keeping 12 of their 13 kids in isolation and malnourished will stand trial. James Rojas, 790 KABC RadioMORE