Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Gov. Tony Evers proposes Milwaukee site for new youth facility to replace Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake.
The Common Council is expected to vote on the proposed site at a special meeting Friday. The site, which would be run by the state, must have the city's support to move forward under a state law that approved $42 million for the new facility.
Courthouse News Service: Federal jury convicts former Twitter employee of spying for Saudi Arabia.
(Ahmad) Abouammo was accused of using his inside access to gather non-public information on Twitter accounts critical of the Saudi regime and passing that information to (Bader) Al-Asaker (an aide to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman). In exchange, Abouammo was gifted a luxury watch, and three $100,000 payments wired to a Lebanese bank account in his father's name.
Politico: Facebook messages used as basis for charging Nebraska woman with helping her daughter with abortion.
A Nebraska woman has been charged with helping her teenage daughter end her pregnancy at about 24 weeks after investigators uncovered Facebook messages in which the two discussed using medication to induce an abortion and plans to burn the fetus afterward.
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