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Feds admit error but dispute claims made by deported 'Dreamer' Montes

Montes' case has received worldwide attention because Trump had pledged to exempt people enrolled in the DACA program from being deported under his tougher enforcement policies toward undocumented i...

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Court rulings blocks Arkansas plan for multiple executions

Court rulings blocks Arkansas plan for multiple executions

This time it's the result of a drug supplier suing to block usage of its product in the state's lethal injections. Company officials sued to force the agency, which administers the death penalty in ...

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Gorsuch Takes The Bench With Show Of Enthusiasm For Debate

Gorsuch Takes The Bench With Show Of Enthusiasm For Debate

Gorsuch fills a slot on the court that had been vacant since Justice Antonin Scalia's death in February 2016. Roberts said a few words to welcome his newest colleague to the court, telling Gorsuch tha...

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Patriots hit back at New York Times over White House tweet

Patriots hit back at New York Times over White House tweet

The Patriots posted another photo to their Twitter account Wednesday showing Patriots staff and players who visited the White House Wednesday, among other personnel. Patriots owner Robert Kraft ...

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A DREAMer Has Reportedly Been Deported To Mexico

Preciado, a staff attorney at the Los Angeles-based National Immigration Law Center. A case involving a man who was deported to Mexico despite having permission to be in the USA under a program that...

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Labour leader says UK election 'establishment vs people'

When asked afterwards to clarify the Labour leadership's position, shadow chancellor John McDonnell refused to answer the question 10 times . Instead, Labour wants a "good process by which we conti...

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Trump set to sign 'buy American, hire American' order

The order comes as part of the President Trump's campaign to put " America First ". He said that the order sets in motion the first steps to initiate "long-overdue" reforms to end "visa abuses". T...

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Wisconsin lawmakers consider bill banning some abortions

Wisconsin lawmakers consider bill banning some abortions

Republican state Rep. Andre Jacque, of De Pere, is lead sponsor of the bill in the Assembly. Opponents of the bill argue it would limit women's access to reproductive health care, while substituti...

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Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

Many of Utah's state lawmakers were on a bus early Wednesday on a two-day legislative visit to rural Utah when the news broke that Chaffetz wasn't going to run for a sixth term in 2018. Some criti...

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Trump signs 'Buy American, Hire American' order

Trump signed the order after visiting a tool factory at Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the Chicago-Milwaukee industrial corridor. However, the president's "America first" rhetoric doesn't match the reality ...

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Lawmakers OK California tax, fee hike for roads

Lawmakers in the state Senate and Assembly approved the bill Thursday night, sending it to Gov. This bill is the culmination of two years of hard negotiations and dozens of public hearings in every co...

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Trump orders review of visa program for highly skilled workers

President Donald Trump- hammering his " America First " campaign theme after recent policy flip-flops that have infuriated his populist base - signed an executive order on Tuesday authorizing studie...

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US Supreme Court spares Arkansas inmate from execution

It's the second time that Davis has come within hours of being executed before courts intervened. In the end the state Supreme Court voted 4 to 3 to grant stays for both Davis and Ward. In its lawsu...

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President Trump Hosts 21000 to His 1st Easter Egg Roll

President Trump Hosts 21000 to His 1st Easter Egg Roll

How cute was this year's White House Easter Egg Roll? The White House Easter Egg Roll event is a tradition dating all the way back to 1878. Several members of MLS side DC United attended the lawn ...

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To be dead to sin and be alive in God — EASTER MESSAGE

For 2,000 years Easter is accompanied by holy fire, which inexplicably lights up in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, Israel. "We didn't come here because we were supposed to come on Ea...

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Gorsuch to hear major religious liberty case

Gorsuch to hear major religious liberty case

Gorsuch joins the court as it rounds the final turn of a term set to conclude by the end of June. After being sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch sat for oral argument for the fi...

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Trump business practices clash with his "Buy American" order

It pertains to goods produced in the United States, especially iron and steel products, and goods that are entirely processed within the U.S. - right from the melting to the application of the final c...

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Arkansas suffers 2 setbacks to multiple execution plan

While both of Wednesday's rulings could be overturned, Arkansas now faces an uphill battle to execute any inmates before the end of April, when another of its drugs expires. (Arkansas Department of Co...

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Pope Francis shakes hands with Bill O'Reilly

Huckabee visited "The Factor " with guest host Dana Perino , who asked the former governor about a Newsbusters article that depicted the president's poor favorability among broadcast networks. H...

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Trump takes aim at H-1B visa program

Trump takes aim at H-1B visa program

The executive order, dubbed " Buy American and Hire American ", also aims to change rules for government purchases to give priority to American products. The point fits with Trump's view that the USA ...

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Agency says deported man had no special status

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). A CBP spokesman told the Daily News that Border Patrol agents arrested Montes "after illegally entering the U.S.by climbing over the fence in downtown Ca...

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President Trump's Approval Rating Is Back Up to 42%

President Trump's Approval Rating Is Back Up to 42%

Among both men and women, the president's approval numbers have improved but remain negative: up seven points to 46 percent approval among men, and up three points to 34 percent approval among women. ...

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Super Bowl champion Patriots honored at White House

Super Bowl champion Patriots honored at White House

Though numerous Super Bowl champions also skipped the White House visit in past years (including Brady, who was not in attendance in 2015), the Patriots' earlier connections to Trump meant particular ...

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Wounded vet running Boston Marathon carries race partner across finish line

Wounded vet running Boston Marathon carries race partner across finish line

Kathrine Switzer knows what it means to run for equal rights. In 1967, Switzer became the first woman to run with an official bib number in the Boston Marathon. American Jordan Hasay, making her de...

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Trump celebrates swearing-in of Gorsuch as Supreme Court justice

Trump celebrates swearing-in of Gorsuch as Supreme Court justice

Supreme Court to review his case after a lower court ruled that Phillips discriminated against a gay couple who wanted a wedding cake in 2012. Neil Gorsuch (L) is sworn in by Justice Anthony Kenne...

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Millions of Christians celebrate easter worldwide

USA - -(Ammoland.com)- Easter is the most important day of the year for Christians. Chad: Why do so many people, even people who don't regularly go to church go on this day? I think people reali...

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What to watch for next in the Georgia special election

What to watch for next in the Georgia special election

Republicans are bidding to prevent a major upset in a conservative Geor. The race quickly gained national attention, becoming the 11th most expensive election in House history, according to the Cent...

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CROP PROGRESS: Corn 6% planted; winter wheat improves

CROP PROGRESS: Corn 6% planted; winter wheat improves

Farmers will have opportunities, and have the technology, to recover from any early season slowdowns. However, across much of the US, corn planting begins in earnest in mid-April. "Farmers have gotten...

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Arkansas execution plan again thrown into doubt

Arkansas execution plan again thrown into doubt

In 2016, pharma giant Pfizer followed in the footsteps of 20 drug companies already adopting restrictions against using their products in lethal injections. By the time an execution takes place or is ...

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Lions' Matthew Stafford on contract talks: What, me worry?

Lions' Matthew Stafford on contract talks: What, me worry?

The portion of the article posted here is to provide a sample of the content available at the linked site. "This is what I truly live for, for the kids, because they're going to be the future leaders ...

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In rare fumble, Goldman stuns Wall Street with weak trading

In rare fumble, Goldman stuns Wall Street with weak trading

The average is taken over a specific period of time, like 10 days, 20 minutes, 30 weeks, or any time period the trader chooses. This represents an increase of approximately 212% compared to the averag...

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Tennessee Senate Passes Haslam's Road Plan, Including Gas Tax Increase

Tennessee Senate Passes Haslam's Road Plan, Including Gas Tax Increase

The Senate's version includes an amendment increasing property tax relief for veterans to $175,000 on their county property value, matching the amount approved by the House in a separate bill. At the ...

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France's Le Pen hardens her tone in final straight

France's Le Pen hardens her tone in final straight

Some ultra-left demonstrators skirmished with police during today's protest. Then - assuming none of those candidates get over 50% of the vote (they won't) - the top two candidates will go on to face ...

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Melania's Nudge Saves Donald From Certain Hand-Over-Heart Burn

Melania's Nudge Saves Donald From Certain Hand-Over-Heart Burn

Donald Trump was hosting his first Easter Egg Roll at the White House when he took to the balcony overlooking the mansion's lawns to hear a rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner. The White House Easte...

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Arkansas Suffers More Setbacks To Execution Plan

Arkansas Suffers More Setbacks To Execution Plan

According to a state prison official's testimony in the drug case, he "deliberately ordered the drugs a year ago in a way that there wouldn't be a paper trail, relying on phone calls and text messages...

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