U.S. Citizens in Austria that find themselves without a passport can go to a McDonald's for assistance.

Lost Passport? McDonald's Offers Embassy Hotline

US citizens who need help in Austria can now head to their nearest burger joint.

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HUD plan aimed at undocumented immigrants to displace 55K kids in US legally

HUD Plan Aimed At Undocumented Immigrants To Displace 55K Kids In US Legally

HUD estimates 55K children could be displaced by its plan to tighten rules on housing assistance for immigrants

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Nearly 100 people are facing federal charges associated with an alleged sham marriage ring operated out of the Houston area, federal prosecutors said Monday

Feds Break Up Houston-area Sham Marriage Ring, Charging Nearly 100 People

Nearly 100 people are facing federal charges associated with an alleged sham marriage ring operated out of the Houston area, federal prosecutors said Monday.

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French free hostages in Burkina Faso

French Free Hostages In Burkina Faso

Two French citizens are among four foreigners freed in the operation, in which two French soldiers die.

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Schiff Introduces Constitutional Amendment to Overturn Citizens United

Schiff Introduces Constitutional Amendment To Overturn Citizens United

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Wednesday introduced a constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United ruling, which eliminated restrictions on corporate campaign spending.

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Ugandan President wants to ban oral sex; says the 'mouth is for eating'

Ugandan President Wants To Ban Oral Sex; Says The 'mouth Is For Eating'

The president of Uganda has said he wants to ban the nation's citizens from practising oral sex because 'the mouth is for eating'. He blamed outsiders for convincing Ugandans to perform oral sex on one another.

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'No authority': New Mexico governor tells militia to stop arresting migrants at border

'No Authority': New Mexico Governor Tells Militia To Stop Arresting Migrants At Border

"It should go without saying that regular citizens have no authority to arrest or detain anyone," New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham .

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Reports: Senior citizens are replacing teens as employees in fast food restaurants

Reports: Senior Citizens Are Replacing Teens As Employees In Fast Food Restaurants

When we think of staff working in a fast food restaurant we might be forgiven for thinking of a teenager with a look that says he or she would rather be anywhere else than serving

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NRA backs suit over Pittsburgh gun laws passed in wake of synagogue attack

NRA Backs Suit Over Pittsburgh Gun Laws Passed In Wake Of Synagogue Attack

"All it will do is leave law-abiding citizens more vulnerable to attack from better-armed and more ruthless assailants," one suit challenging the laws says.

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George W. Bush welcomes new US citizens at Texas ceremony

George W. Bush Welcomes New US Citizens At Texas Ceremony

DALLAS (AP) -- Former President George W. Bush welcomed new U.S. citizens Monday during a naturalization ceremony in Dallas, saying that "amid all the complications of policy, may we never forget that immigration is a blessing and a strength." Bush...

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U.S. Border Patrol Detained U.S. Citizens for Speaking Spanish in Montana

U.S. Border Patrol Detained U.S. Citizens For Speaking Spanish In Montana

For Ana Suda and Martha “Mimi” Hernandez, May 16, 2018, began like any other in Havre, Montana: work, school, and a trip to the gym o...

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'They had put a travel ban on me, and I didn’t know why’: Perrysburg restaurant owner being prevented from leaving S. Korea

'They Had Put A Travel Ban On Me, And I Didn't Know Why': Perrysburg Restaurant Owner Being Prevented From Leaving S. Korea

In South Korea, all men between the ages of 18 and 28 are required to serve two years in the military. U.S. citizens are usually granted waivers, but the South Korean government says Yi, now 40, did not inform them when he turned 18 of his decision to remain in the U.S.

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This Austin Resident Was On Texas' List Of Potential Illegal Voters. Now She's Suing.

This Austin Resident Was On Texas' List Of Potential Illegal Voters. Now She's Suing.

Julieta Garibay is one of almost 100,000 people on Texas' voter rolls who state officials recently said might not be citizens. Like many people on the list

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Naturalized citizens suing over Texas voter citizenship review, calling it conspiracy to single out foreign-born Texans

Naturalized Citizens Suing Over Texas Voter Citizenship Review, Calling It Conspiracy To Single Out Foreign-born Texans

The plaintiffs allege the state's move to flag tens of thousands of registered voters for citizenship reviews violates the U.S. Constitution and the federal Voting Rights Act.

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58,000 non-citizens voted in Texas, state official says

58,000 Non-citizens Voted In Texas, State Official Says

A yearlong investigation revealed that 95,000 non-citizens are registered to vote in Texas and that 58,000 of them have voted in one or more elections, a state official announced Friday.

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Kurds capture eight Islamic State jihadis, including U.S. teen, in Syria

Kurds Capture Eight Islamic State Jihadis, Including U.S. Teen, In Syria

A Syrian Kurdish militia said Wednesday its fighters have captured eight foreign fighters with the Islamic State group in eastern Syria, including an Ameri

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Senior Citizens Are Most Likely To Share Fake News on Facebook

Senior Citizens Are Most Likely To Share Fake News On Facebook

New research finds the 65-and-over demographic was most inclined to share fabricated news reports during the 2016 presidential campaign.

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India authorizes 10 agencies to intercept, monitor, and decrypt citizens' data

India Authorizes 10 Agencies To Intercept, Monitor, And Decrypt Citizens' Data

Order sparks outrage in India with citizens, privacy advocates, and political opponents accusing the government of trying to establish a "surveillance state."

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Former Bush White House Ethics Lawyer: Trump Should ‘Work Out a Plea Deal’ and ‘Resign the Presidency’

Former Bush White House Ethics Lawyer: Trump Should 'Work Out A Plea Deal' And 'Resign The Presidency'

Former chief White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter believes President Donald Trump won’t be able to outrun the increasing slate of ...

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Poll: 57% believe government should ensure health insurance

Poll: 57% Believe Government Should Ensure Health Insurance

A majority of Americans believe the U.S. government should ensure all citizens have health insurance but oppose one run by government, a Gallup survey says.

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