Morning Mix: Appeals court judges rebuke Trump for ‘personal attacks’ on judiciary, ‘intimidation’

T-Mobile ‘ghost calls’ clog Dallas 911. Families blame backlog for deaths.; Trump’s talk — ‘Muslim ban,’ ‘Islam hates us’ — comes back to bite him in court again; Three young boys kick and stone a flamingo to death at Czech zoo; This New Zealand river now has the same legal rights as a human being; A diabetic boy in Australia died after a controversial ‘self-healing’ course. Now his parents are charged with manslaughter.; Iowa attorney general: Drinkable sunscreen ‘flat-out dangerous to consumers’; Trump adviser Roger Stone said he was a victim in Florida hit-and-run, possibly ‘deliberate’; The ruling in this Maine labor dispute hinged on the omission of an Oxford comma; Watch: Brazilian robbers pick on the wrong Mormon missionary;
 
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Appeals court judges rebuke Trump for ‘personal attacks’ on judiciary, ‘intimidation’
“Such personal attacks treat the court as though it were merely a political forum in which bargaining, compromise and even intimidation are acceptable principles,” the judges wrote.
T-Mobile ‘ghost calls’ clog Dallas 911. Families blame backlog for deaths.
T-Mobile customers in Dallas have been creating backlogs at the city’s 911 call center since October.
 
Trump’s talk — ‘Muslim ban,’ ‘Islam hates us’ — comes back to bite him in court again
The judge in Hawaii cited Trump’s language as “significant and unrebutted evidence of religious animus.”
 
Three young boys kick and stone a flamingo to death at Czech zoo
They could not be charged criminally in connection to the attack because of their young ages.
 
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This New Zealand river now has the same legal rights as a human being
The battle for the river to receive legal rights was the “longest running litigation in New Zealand’s history.”
 
A diabetic boy in Australia died after a controversial ‘self-healing’ course. Now his parents are charged with manslaughter.
The parents, charged with manslaughter, are believed to have deliberately denied the boy food and medicine, Australian authorities say.
 
Iowa attorney general: Drinkable sunscreen ‘flat-out dangerous to consumers’
The attorney general’s office said that the seller failed to provide a reasonable basis for the benefits touted by the products, a requirement under Iowa law.
 
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Trump adviser Roger Stone said he was a victim in Florida hit-and-run, possibly ‘deliberate’
Stone, no stranger to conspiracy theories, said there’s a reason someone might be out to get him.
 
The ruling in this Maine labor dispute hinged on the omission of an Oxford comma
Gerunds also came into play.
 
Watch: Brazilian robbers pick on the wrong Mormon missionary
Perhaps he looked like an easy target but this guy could throw a punch.
 
 
     
 
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