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U.S. Law Enforcement’s Boat Stops Along Maritime Border Rankle Canadian Fishermen

U.S. Border Patrol agents have ramped up their activities along Maine’s maritime border with Canada in an operation that has rankled Canadian fishermen, surprised Americans and alarmed civil liberties groups already concerned about the agency’s activities. The agents are stopping vessels in a rich lobster fishing area known as the Gray Zone that is claimed… Keep Reading

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Nielsen Extends Temporary Protected Status for Yemen

There are approximately 1,250 Yemeni TPS beneficiaries. This 18-month extension of Yemen’s designation for TPS permits current Yemeni TPS beneficiaries to re-register for TPS and remain in the United States with work authorization through March 3, 2020. Keep Reading

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Facial Recognition Trial Takes Off at Sydney Airport

The new technology is set to speed up check-in, bag drop, access to the lounge and boarding the plane. Australia's current system, SmartGate, is already using face scanning technology to electronically analyze passports of those traveling into and out of the country. Keep Reading

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