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The gang Mara Salvatrucha, better known as MS-13, grew out of 1980s Los Angeles and has since has spread across the United States and into Canada, Mexico, El Salvador, and other parts of Central America. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is advocating a "zero tolerance" approach to gang violence and has said that the federal government would work to prosecute and deport members of the gang. Jose Miguel Cruz, the director of research at the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University, weighs in on how to deal with MS-13.
According to a post-election report from the South Carolina State Election Commission, there were nearly 150,000 attempts to penetrate the state’s voter registration system on Election Day. Duncan Buell, a professor and NCR Chair in computer science and engineering at the University of South Carolina, says that the breach is one local example of the vulnerabilities states face in their voter systems. He joins The Takea
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