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Law Enforcement Agencies operate a checkpoint on a road as a containment strategy surrounding the Malheur Wildlife Refuge January 27, 2016 near Burns, Oregon. 

Although leaders of a group that illegally occupied the federal buildings were arrested, many armed occupants still on site have said that they intend to stay despite repeated requests to leave. The iconic wildlife tower of the buildings is visible in the upper left of this photograph.  / AFP / Rob Kerr        (Photo credit should read ROB KERR/AFP/Getty Images)

Oregon Standoff: FBI Surrounds Occupiers At Wildlife Refuge:

The armed protesters occupying a wildlife refuge in Oregon have been surrounded, the FBI said on Wednesday.

According to the FBI, one of the remaining occupiers rode outside barricades at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. When agents tried to approach him, he sped off back to the refuge.

After that the agency said agents “moved to contain the remaining occupiers by placing agents at barricades both immediately ahead of and behind the area where the occupiers are camping.”

Harry Potter Part 8 To Publish This Summer:

Harry Potter is back for another round of magic, struggles with the darkness and parents.

This time, Harry’s the dad, struggling with his own son.

The eighth installment of the Harry Potter series, the two-part play, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” will be published as a book this summer, author J.K Rowling announced on her Pottermore website Wednesday.

The “special rehearsal edition” script book will be available at midnight on July 31, a day after the Harry Potter play opens in London.

The newest Potter installment, the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage, is based on an original new story by Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, and is written by Thorne.

U.S. Congressman Proposes Law To Limit Shrinking Airline Seats:

Among things about which people are “mad as hell and not gonna take anymore,” shrinking airline seats have to be near the top of the list.

But now, a U.S. lawmaker isn’t just grumbling about being stuck in economy behind some inconsiderate lummox reclining his seat.

He’s doing something about it.

Attempting something that’s never been done before, Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tennessee, has proposed establishing mandatory federal minimum size standards for airline passenger seats.

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source: CNN.com

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