Most Popular Top Stories The most talked about news on Topix. en-us 240 Copyright 2017, Topix Topix // Liberals say immigration enforcement is racist, but the group most... A Ford Motor Co. employee works on the engine assembly of a 2016 Ford Explorer at the Chicago Assembly Plant in Chicago.

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Joe Biden would rather 'beat the hell' out of Trump than debate him Boing Boing Wed, 21 Mar 2018 16:46:08 GMT 5IQSGED9MRK17N7Q 53 Organizers hope to draw half a million to gun control rally Ilan Alhadeff, joined at left by his wife Lori Alhadeff, holds a photograph of their daughter, Alyssa Alhadeff, 14, who was killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., during a rally by lawmakers and student activists in support of gun control at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Friday, March 23, 2018, a day before the March for Our Lives event. Terri Robinowitz, center, holds a framed photo of her granddaughter Alyssa Alhadeff who was killed in the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, with Alyssa's parents, Lori Alhadeff and Ilan Alhadeff, right, as lawmakers and gun control activists gather at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Friday, March 23, 2018, a day before the March for Our Lives rally Saturday.

Daily Times Sat, 24 Mar 2018 06:27:48 GMT EJHP6Q4DLA5DT4JA 32
Hours after veto threat, Trump signs spending bill, avoiding government shutdown Hours after veto threat, Trump signs spending bill, avoiding government shutdown Veto could have triggered shutdown, but Trump signed the bill while complaining about it Check out this story on WASHINGTON - Hours after threatening a veto that would have triggered a government shutdown, President Trump signed a major spending bill after all Friday in order to preserve increases in defense spending. While criticizing the plan's relative lack of funding for a border wall and failure to address an immigration program for children, Trump described the military increases as essential to national security.

The Star Press Fri, 23 Mar 2018 17:57:53 GMT IUH6D3T9D1DQIRHT 43
High schoolers still like their guns, even aftera Out of the shooting in Parkland, Fla., came a wave of students calling for gun control. But all members of "Generation Columbine" aren't on the same page.

Daily World Fri, 23 Mar 2018 17:44:12 GMT 9KE8588IBA0D6VBC 12
Northern California police shoot black man holding cellphone 20 times Relatives, activists and Sacramento officials are questioning why police shot at an unarmed black man 20 times, killing him, when he turned out to be holding only a cellphone in his grandparents' backyard. Police say the man was spotted breaking vehicle windows Sunday night.

The Campbell Reporter Wed, 21 Mar 2018 19:52:17 GMT MF16TE4G66NU2T3E 17
Amtrak names Rochester station in honor of late U.S. Rep.... Amtrak said Wednesday it will name the newly opened Rochester rail station in honor of U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter, who died Friday following an injury she suffered at home. She was 88 and had long been an advocate for high-speed passenger rail.

Albany Times Union Thu, 22 Mar 2018 09:44:29 GMT 4JQBET3UQ1IFO0GQ 9
Local 'March for Our Lives' is Saturday Tribune-Star/Joseph C. Garza"You can't discredit someone because they are young": Terre Haute South student Lily Yeagley talks about the impact that shootings are having on teens and especially the ones who are witnessing the atrocities first hand during a panel discussion on March 14 at the Tribune-Star. Yeagley also feels that when some called the students at Parkland, Fla., "rash" after the shooting that they were being discredited because of their young age.

Tribune-Star Fri, 23 Mar 2018 06:11:00 GMT BKUEFCI02PNH0PFB 16
Teen plows SUV into driver's license exam station during test updated A 17-year-old Minnesota girl made a huge mistake during her driver's license test when she plowed her SUV into the building housing the exam station.

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Before big break in case, Austin bombs frustrated police Source: AP After the first package exploded on an Austin doorstep, police assured the public that there was no wider threat, no signs of terrorism. The idea of a serial bomber striking random strangers never came up.

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