#NotNormal

Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Days after the Trump administration put out its first "sinister" immigrant crime list, Mississippi is poised to enact an anti-sanctuary cities bill that one expert says will fuel racial profiling and make communities less safe. The Mississippi Senate passed the measure, Senate Bill 2710 on Tuesday, and it now heads to the desk of Gov. Phil Bryant...
Jon Queally, staff writer
President Donald Trump (or possibly an authorized staff member ) took the...
Nika Knight, staff writer
White House at night
The White House has installed 16 political appointees across multiple Cabinet...

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Your daily sliver of good news: Despite the Pumpkinführer's vow to deport millions of undocumented people, many of them, with the support of cities, campuses and even police, insist they're #HereToStay. Joining some of the country's largest cities that pledge to continue offering sanctuary, thousands of students at over 80 colleges will walk out Wednesday in the name of a growing Campus Sanctuary movement urging "education not deportation."

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