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Border Patrol Agents Accused of Racism Got ‘Minimal’ Discipline

Despite a disciplinary board recommending two dozen firings, most of the agents involved in a racist private Facebook group received nothing more than suspensions and letters of reprimand. Only two were actually fired, and one who posted some of the most offensive images was allowed to retire with disability and benefits. 

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State Unemployment Fraud Costs California $20 Billion

California has given away at least $20 billion to criminals in the form of fraudulent unemployment benefits, confirming a number smaller than originally feared but one that still accounts for more than 11 percent of all benefits paid since the start of the pandemic.

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New ‘Bureau of Cyberspace’ Will Guard U.S. Digital Security

As part of the latest overhaul by the Biden administration aimed at treating cyber threats as a top-tier national-security issue, the State Department is creating a new bureau of cyberspace and digital policy to be led by a Senate-confirmed ambassador-at-large and a new, separate special envoy for critical and emerging technology.

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