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Hispanic Caucus meets with Kelly, seeking compromise on immigration

Hispanic Caucus meets with Kelly, seeking compromise on immigrationWhite House chief of staff John Kelly met with members of the Democratic Congressional Hispanic Caucus amid negotiations to avoid a government shutdown.



Fox News Guest Goes Off The Rails: 'White Supremacists Are American Citizens'

Fox News Guest Goes Off The Rails: 'White Supremacists Are American Citizens'A guest on Fox News defended white supremacists over undocumented immigrants on Thursday evening.



California torture house: 13 siblings allowed to eat once a day, shower once a year

California torture house: 13 siblings allowed to eat once a day, shower once a yearThe 13 starving siblings held captive in a California house hardly ever saw the sun and were allowed, a prosecutor said Thursday, to eat only one rationed meal a day and shower just once a year.



Chris Christie Reportedly Turned Away From Airport VIP Entrance

Chris Christie Reportedly Turned Away From Airport VIP EntranceChris Christie, no longer the governor of New Jersey, was reportedly denied access to a special VIP entrance at Newark Liberty International Airport on Thursday.



Phoenix Serial Killer Suspect Identified After DNA Allegedly Connects Him to 9 Killings

Phoenix Serial Killer Suspect Identified After DNA Allegedly Connects Him to 9 KillingsSeven men and two women were shot between Nov. 27 and Dec. 17



'Leaning Out': Aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein

'Leaning Out': Aerial photography by Jeffrey MilsteinJeffrey Milstein?s overhead images of ports, train yards, airports, parking lots, and cityscapes, reveal harmonious symmetries invisible during daily life yet still somehow familiar.



Mom Of Racist-Ranting Alabama Student Says She Didn't Raise Her That Way

Mom Of Racist-Ranting Alabama Student Says She Didn't Raise Her That WayThe mother of a University of Alabama student who received national scorn for her racist rants on video said she agreed with the school?s decision to expel her daughter.



Adulthood now begins at 24, say scientists as young people delay work, marriage and families 

Adulthood now begins at 24, say scientists as young people delay work, marriage and families Adulthood does not begin until 24, scientists have concluded because young people are continuing their education for longer and delaying marriage and parenthood. The traditional definition for adolescence is currently between and the ages of 10 and 19, which marked the beginnings of puberty and the perceived end of biological growth. But, writing in the Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, scientists from the Royal Children?s Hospital in Melbourne argue the timings needs to be changed. They point to the fact that the brain continues to mature beyond the age of 20, and many people?s wisdom teeth do not come through until the age of 25. And people are also getting married and having children later, with the average man entering their first marriage aged 32.5 and women 30.6, an increase of eight years since the 1970s. Families have changed significantly since the 1970s Credit:  Fox Photos Lead author Prof Susan Sawyer, said delays in young people leaving education, settling down and becoming parents, showed adolescence was now longer and argued that policies that support youth should be extended beyond teenage years. Countries such as New Zealand already treat children who have been in care as vulnerable until they are 25, allowing them the same rights as youngsters ?Age definitions are always arbitrary,? she said, but ?our current definition of adolescence is overly restricted.? ?The ages of 10-24 years are a better fit with the development of adolescents nowadays.? However other academics argued that just because young people were unmarried or still in education did not mean they were not fully functioning adults. But Dr Jan Macvarish, a parenting sociologist at the University of Kent, told the BBC: ?There is nothing inevitably infantilising about spending your early 20s in higher education or experimenting in the world of work. ?Society should maintain the highest possible expectations of the next generation.? Prof Sawyer also admits there could be downsides to he plan, particularly if youngsters were no longer seen as responsible or capable of full engagement in society until they were 24. "Such a view would risk disenfranchising adolescents and undermines their rights to fully participate in society," she added.



California abuse case sparks calls for home-schooling oversight

California abuse case sparks calls for home-schooling oversightThe number of U.S. children educated at home has doubled to about 1.7 million, or 3 percent of the nation's school-age population, from 1999, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. "We would not say abuse is more common among home-schoolers, but when it does occur, there are fewer safeguards, less to stop it from spinning out of control," said Executive Director Rachel Coleman. The organization has called for requiring annual contacts by outside officials and background checks for parents who run home schools.



'The Wall is the Wall': Trump defends border plan after Kelly suggests it has 'changed'

'The Wall is the Wall': Trump defends border plan after Kelly suggests it has 'changed'The mixed signals from Trump and his chief of staff come as Congress is attempting to pass a short-term spending bill that would avert a government shutdown.