NBC News Top Stories 3 April 2018

Call centers struggle to cope as hackers target 911

America's emergency-response networks remain dangerously vulnerable to criminals bent on crippling the country's critical infrastructure.

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Dangerous 'caravans' of immigrants? What Trump is talking about

The president tweeted that Mexico is doing little to stop the "caravans" as he called on Congress to immediately pass "tough laws."

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Medical marijuana may reduce opioid abuse

Legalizing medical cannabis might offer an alternative to narcotics to treat pain

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Justice Department imposes quotas on immigration judges

"The purpose of implementing these metrics is to encourage efficient and effective case management."

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Wife of fired FBI official breaks silence: Trump attacks on family were 'nightmare'

"For the past year and a half of this nightmare, I have not been free to speak out about what happened. Now that Andrew has been fired, I am," she wrote.

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Oklahoma teachers hold second day of walk-out protests

"If I didn't have a second job, I'd be on food stamps," said Rae Lovelace, a single mom and a third-grade teacher in Oklahoma.

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The Facebook data breach is a scandal of our own making

Users angered by recent privacy scandals may be wondering what legal options they have. The answer is disappointing.

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Netanyahu bows to right-wing pressure, axes migrant deal after just hours

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday he was canceling an agreement with the U.N. refugee agency to relocate thousands of African migrants.

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Hart children may have been abused before deadly crash, authorities say

A mom of the three children killed in the California SUV crash pleaded guilty to domestic assault in 2011.

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