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The labor union representing asylum officers claims the policy formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols is a "widespread violation" of international and domestic law.
Under Department of Defense policy established in 2017, those enrolled in military academies couldn't play sports before serving at least two years in the armed forces.
The sweeping 84-8 vote came minutes after the Senate handily rejected the House's humanitarian assistance bill, signalling what will likely be a contentious battle to reconcile the competing bills.
The violations include threats of violence directed toward officials in Oregon, where legislators are locked in a partisan standoff over proposed climate change legislation.
After hearing claims that detention centers are housing migrant children in unsanitary conditions, people are attempting to provide them with supplies.
Certain high-cost drugs are straining state budgets. A new deal approved Wednesday allows Louisiana to spend a fixed amount for unlimited access to a costly cure. Other states may try to follow suit.
Two other deputies had already been fired for the same reason. Seventeen students and faculty of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were killed on Feb. 14, 2018.
Walmart is expanding a program for food stamp recipients to buy groceries online and pick them up in stores. It's the latest move to give them more options in the era of online shopping.
Bill Wehrum, who last week scored a victory for coal industry supporters by rolling back Obama-era power plant emissions rules, is leaving his post at the end of the month.
The court struck down a Tennessee alcohol licensing residency requirement, opening up the pathway for big-box stores to enter the market.
President Trump is due to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping this weekend, raising hopes the two leaders might call a truce in their trade war. The White House has downplayed expectations of a deal.
The large field will be split into two groups for Wednesday and Thursday, after a selection process that was a source of controversy. With so many contenders, answers will be limited to 60 seconds.
The state becomes the 11th in the country to legalize recreational pot. The Illinois law, which goes into effect on Jan. 1, also expunges the criminal records of some 800,000 past offenders.
One big problem: getting people to actually fill it out.
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California’s Registered Independents Call For Changes To Presidential Primary Process, Suggest Public Ballot| June 26 2019, 9:56 AM
If you’re a registered independent in California and vote by mail, did you know you have to send in a postcard to the country registrar recorder to let him or her know which party’s ballot you want?
Governor Newsom has called for 3.5 million more homes by 2025 to relieve the housing shortage in California, but many cities and counties in Southern California aren’t on board.
The U.S. women’s team will face off against France Friday in the biggest match of this year’s World Cup.
Taylor Swift’s new music video for her song ‘You Need to Calm Down’ features several famous faces from the LGBTQ community including Ellen DeGeneres, Laverne Cox, RuPaul and the cast of “Queer Eye.”
On Monday, the California Legislature approved a bill to give the California Horse Racing Board the power to move or suspend racing events without giving a ten day heads-up period.