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We were endless hours to make sure that when we delivered to, you fact, it's a fact. Shepardson. Myth on Fox News channel real news. Real, honest, opinion. President Trump has won a court fight over the border wall. Federal judge sided with the Trump administration, projecting lawsuit seeking to prevent military funds from being used for the border wall. President Trump declared a national emergency diverting already appropriated Pentagon money and moved Democrats as a violation of constitutional separation of powers. The Justice department praise ruling saying the court rightly rule that the house of representatives cannot acid judiciary to take it side and political disputes House Democrats say they're reviewing the ruling as they consider an appeal in Washington, Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. A California man freed from prison after serving twenty three years of his life sentence on a joy riding conviction, including eight years in solitary confinement for, possessing a book written by the co founder of a notorious prison gang Kenneth Oliver now fifty two was given the life sentence at twenty nine under California's strict three strikes ended sing law for repeat felons voters eased. The lawn twenty twelve to allow sentences only when the third strike is for a serious or violent felony the number of homeless on the rise in Los Angeles, number of homeless is now over thirty six thousand according to city officials up sixteen percent from last year. But it's not as if the problems being ignored the LA homeless services authority says it helped over twenty one thousand people move into permanent housing in two thousand eighteen that's a pace that could quickly and homelessness, if he can omic pressures and other factors. Not post thousands. More onto the streets officials estimate twenty nine percent of the homeless in Los Angeles County are mentally, ill, or addicts. Tom reghati, Fox News reports as minority populations and small children are especially vulnerable to being undercounted next year. Census the report from the urban institute's is anywhere from nine hundred thousand four million people living in the US could be undercounted states. Most at risk include Florida, California, Georgia,.