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Hillary Clinton: Reading ?Harry Potter? builds compassion for immigrants, refugees

Hillary Clinton: Reading ?Harry Potter? builds compassion for immigrants, refugeesFormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cited a study that found reading ?Harry Potter? helped to build compassion for marginalized groups in children.



Sen Warner: A Lot of Facts We Need to Get Out

Sen Warner: A Lot of Facts We Need to Get OutSenator Mark Warner, vice chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about progress in the Trump Russia investigation and the path forward, including processing 2000 pages of financial evidence with more on the way.



Trump promotes faulty White House math on health care

Trump promotes faulty White House math on health careIn addition to the elementary math error, the president's tweets attacked CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, the Washington Post and the New York Times as "fake news."



Massachusetts Man Convicted For Killing 2-Year-Old Bella Bond

Massachusetts Man Convicted For Killing 2-Year-Old Bella BondNearly three months after the two-year-old Baby Doe went missing, her decomposed body was found on the shore of the Deer Island, Boston in September 2015.



New security measures (and massive lines) announced for all flights to the US

New security measures (and massive lines) announced for all flights to the US

180 airlines flying over 300,000 people a day into the US will have to comply with new "enhanced security measures" for electronic devices, the Department for Homeland Security announced on Wednesday.

The new security measures, which have not been described in detail, will need to be implemented at speed by the airlines. Passengers flying on any airline that does not implement the new security measures will not be able to bring anything bigger than a cellphone under the new regulations.

The new measures seem to be the ultimate evolution of a laptop ban that the US announced back in March, which affected passengers on most airlines flying from the Middle East. The new security measures will affect carry-on and checked luggage, the DHS confirmed, but should now allow those airlines affected by the laptop ban to allow passengers to carry laptops on once again, provided the new security measures are implemented.

Those security measures have not been specified, but the DHS says that it will be a mixture of visible and behind-the-scenes changes. Among the changes is likely to be deeper scrutiny of individual passengers, as well as more detailed searches of electronic devices.

The DHS said that passengers "may want to prepare for a bit more extensive screening process," although an official added that "intensive doesn't always mean slower."

Logical additional screening methods could include routine swabs of electronic devices to look for explosive residue -- something that's already done on a case-by-case basis -- as well as requiring passengers in some cases to power up laptops and demonstrate that they're working.

According to reporting from multiple news outlets, Israeli intelligence idenitified an ISIS plot to use a laptop bomb to attack an airliner several months ago. That intelligence was behind the laptop ban in March. The source of that intelligence is also reported to have been leaked to Russia by President Trump during a White House meeting.



Congressman: Healthcare Might Not Be in Trump's 'wheelhouse'

Congressman: Healthcare Might Not Be in Trump's 'wheelhouse'Representative Charlie Dent, R-PA, speaks about Republicans attempts to pass Healthcare legislation and he believes that the work should be from the center out.



Community buy Texas man car after finding him walking 3 miles to and from work in 32 degree heat

Community buy Texas man car after finding him walking 3 miles to and from work in 32 degree heatA man who was forced to walk miles to work in sweltering heat, has been bought a car by members of his local community. Justin Korva regularly braved temperatures of 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 Celsius) to get to his job at Taco Casa in Rockwell, Texas. The 20-year-old was picked up on his three-mile trek one morning by Andy Mitchell, who posted a picture of pair on Facebook next to a message explaining his journey.



2 train conductors struck, killed on tracks in Washington

2 train conductors struck, killed on tracks in WashingtonWASHINGTON (AP) ? Two conductors who got out of their freight train to follow up on an alert that there was a problem with one or more of its wheels were struck and killed by a passenger train near Washington's Union Station.



London apartment tower fire triggers emergency inspections, evacuations

London apartment tower fire triggers emergency inspections, evacuationsThe deaths of 79 people in a London apartment tower have triggered emergency inspections, evacuations and soul searching among British officials who failed to prevent the tragedy.



U.S. says it saw preparations for possible Syria chemical attack

U.S. says it saw preparations for possible Syria chemical attackBy Jeff Mason and Dmitry Solovyov WASHINGTON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - A U.S. warning to Syria's leadership against staging a chemical weapons attack was based on intelligence about what appeared to be active preparations at a Syrian airfield used for such an attack in April, U.S. officials said on Tuesday. Russia, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's main international backer, denounced the warning and dismissed White House assertions that a strike was being prepared as "unacceptable," raising the tension between Washington and Moscow over the Syrian civil war.