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Trump officials say children of some service members overseas will not get automatic citizenship

The Trump administration has said that the children of some U.S. military members and government employees working overseas will no longer automatically be considered United States citizens. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services issued a policy that in some cases rescinds previous guidance stating that children of U.S. service members and other government employees abroad are considered “residing in the United States” and automatically given citizenship under a section of the Immigration and Nationality Act. — The Hill

City of Milwaukee urges everyone who lives there to stop vaping immediately

The city of Milwaukee issued a stern warning to residents: Stop vaping immediately. The advisory came after 16 people were hospitalized with chemical pneumonia, a severe illness that causes lung inflammation, the Milwaukee health department said. All of them reported vaping or "dabbing" — inhaling potent marijuana products — before they were hospitalized, the department said. — CNN

Police searched for years for a serial rapist, then found a suspect among their past recruits

A Georgia police department searched for years for a serial rapist. Then they found their suspect among their own past police recruits. Kenneth Thomas Bowen III, 24, was connected through DNA evidence to seven rapes and one sexual battery of women in Jonesboro, about 17 miles south of Atlanta, Clayton County Police Department Chief Kevin Roberts said at a news conference. All of the assaults occurred in an area that has a two-mile radius and is where Bowen lives. — NBC News

Pennsylvania man's 'gunlike hand gesture' toward neighbor was a crime, court rules

A Pennsylvania court ruled that making a "gunlike hand gesture" is a crime after a man made the hand motion during an argument with his neighbor — an act which reportedly made several nearby residents nervous and prompted a call to police. Stephen Kirchner, 64, made the gesture toward his neighbor in Manor Township in June 2018, according to surveillance video. Kirchner, walking alongside a female neighbor, "stopped, made eye contact with (the male neighbor) and then made a hand gesture at him imitating the firing and recoiling of a gun," according to court documents. — Fox News

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