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Split the Pot Winner - Jeanne Fagnant
President Trump is keeping an eye on political unrest in Venezuela. In Miami yesterday, President Trump said military leaders in Venezuela have decision to make: back opposition leader Juan Guaido [[ gwy- DOH ]] as the legitimate president of Venezuela or face consequences. Trump called President Nicolás Maduro a Cuban puppet who won't even allow aid to enter the country to feed people.    Sixteen states are suing the Trump administration over the declaration of a national emergency on the southern border. President Trump announced the emergency last week, claiming it's necessary to build a wall to stop drug and human trafficking into the United States. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra says the emergency declaration is a presidential overreach.    Chicago police still want to speak with "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett. His spokeswoman remarked on Monday that Smollett's attorneys are talking with the cops on his behalf. Police are reportedly looking into whether Smollett hired two associates to stage his own assault. Smollett had claimed he was attacked last month by men who made racist and homophobic comments.    An American woman who traveled to Syria and joined ISIS wants to return to the U.S. In an interview with The Guardian, Hoda Muthana says she "deeply regrets her decision." According to the report, Muthana was captured by Kurdish forces and is now in a refugee camp in northern Syria with her 18-month-old son.    An undocumented immigrant in Border Patrol has died. The 45-year-old man died Monday at a hospital in McAllen, Texas, diagnosed with cirrhosis and congestive heart failure. He's the third person to die in Border Patrol custody since December. The other two were children.    New York City's oldest bar is celebrating a birthday. McSorley's Old Ale House in the East Village turned 165-years-old over the weekend. It's been around through the Civil War, The Great Depression and the 9-11 attacks.