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No one wants to help Donald Trump build a registry of Muslims

NSEERS, built following September 11, 2001, was a selective registration system applied to 25 countries, of which 24 were Muslim-dominated. "No one has asked us to build a Muslim registry, and of course we would not do so", the company told BuzzFeed .



Reports of disturbance at Hull Prison after Birmingham riot

He told the Mail: " I've spoken to very experienced prison officers this morning and they tell me they fear for their safety ". Alex Cavendish, who runs the Prisons UK blog, told the BBC that prisoners who had rioted at Birmingham and were transferred might feel they have nothing to lose after Ms Truss promised to punish those involved.


Winter storm warning is underway

Winter storm warning is underway

KWQC TV-6 Chief Meteorologist Erik Maitland says we can expect snow and some freezing rain along and south of I-80. Motorists were also asked to keep back from snowplows, not to use cruise control and keep headlights on, no matter the time of day.



Ex-officer charged with homicide in death of Wis. black man

Milwaukee County district attorney John Chisholm did not announce the charge and it is not clear when Smith was charged. The cop who fired the fatal shot was Dominique Heaggan-Brown, who knew and went to school with Smith. One man was shot but survived his wound. The complete autopsy report is expected to be released with the other investigative reports. Police didn't release either man's race the day of the shooting.



Boy, 3, out shopping with grandma dies in road rage shooting

The shooting happened just before 6:30 at the Shackleford Crossings Shopping Center near the city's western edge. Police said another driver apparently became frustrated that the grandmother was not moving fast enough through a stop sign Saturday.



New Zealand PM announces cabinet reshuffle

Bennett remains responsible for state services and climate change issues and will also pick up the police, women and tourism portfolios. Paula Bennett was named earlier as deputy prime minister. Mr McCully will remain as foreign minister until May 1 when he will move to the backbench, along with Education Minister Hekia Parata. Their elevations open up opportunities for aspiring backbenchers, including Chris Bishop, who is likely to replace Bennett as chair of Parliament's finance and ...