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Ivanka Trump Calls On Congress To Act On Immigration:

Ivanka Trump waded into the immigration debate Monday evening, calling the fate of immigrants who have been covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program a “very complicated issue.”

“You do have the question of the Dreamers: 800,000 young people, most of whom are under 25, most of whom are women. What role should the Dreamers be playing in the future workforce?” moderator Nina Easton asked Trump during a panel discussion at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit.
“This is a very complicated issue that needs a long-term congressional fix,” she said, prompting murmurs from the audience, which included female business powerhouses, including Diane Von Furstenberg and Sheryl Sandberg.

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ESPN Suspends Jemele Hill Over NFL Tweets:

ESPN has suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks due to “a second violation of our social media guidelines,” the network announced Monday afternoon.

Hill “previously acknowledged letting her colleagues and company down with an impulsive tweet,” ESPN said in a statement. “In the aftermath, all employees were reminded of how individual tweets may reflect negatively on ESPN and that such actions would have consequences. Hence this decision.”

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Dove Apologizes For Ad: We ‘Missed The Mark’ Representing Black Women:

Dove apologized this weekend for a social media post that the company says “missed the mark” representing black women.

The offending ad was a 3-second GIF hawking Dove body wash that was posted Friday to the brand’s Facebook page. It was taken down Saturday

CNNMoney reviewed a copy of the GIF. Introduced with the line “Ready for a Dove Shower?” it shows a looping image of a black woman removing a dark brown t-shirt to reveal a white woman. She then removes her beige t-shirt to show a third woman

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Las Vegas Gunman Shot Security Guard Six Minutes Before Massacre:

Police on Monday said that Stephen Paddockshot a hotel security guard six minutes before he began shooting concertgoers from his hotel room at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino — a striking change from an earlier police timeline of events.

Authorities said last week that security guard Jesus Campos had approached Paddock’s room as the shooting was underway, diverting the gunman’s attention. Police had said that after Paddock shot at Campos through the door, the gunman didn’t fire any more shots into the crowd.
Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said Monday that Campos was shot in the leg on 9:59 p.m. on October 1. Campos had been investigating an alarm that went off in another room on the same floor, signaling that a door had been left open.

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Cubs, MLB Sued By Fan Who Was Struck By Ball And Left Blind In 1 Eye:

The Chicago Cubs are facing a lawsuit from a fan. On Monday, A.J. Perezof USA Today reported Jay Loos, a 60-year-old Cubs fan, filed a lawsuit against the team and Major League Baseball after he was left blind in one eye and suffered a broken nose as the result of being hit by a foul ball while attending a game.

According to Perez, Loos’ lawyer said his client was hit during the Cubs’ Aug. 29 game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Wrigley Field.

“I knew foul balls go into the stands,” Loos said. “I guess I had no idea how fast they went. It was like a missile.”

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