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US Immigration Courts Affected by Government Shutdown

US Immigration Courts Affected by Government Shutdown

U.S. immigration courts are among the bureaucratic casualties of the country's partial government shutdown, now in its second week. The U.S. Department of Justice, which oversees the immigration court
Trump Gives No Timetable for Syria Exit, Wants to Protect Kurds

Trump Gives No Timetable for Syria Exit, Wants to Protect Kurds

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday the United States would get out of Syria slowly "over a period of time" and would protect the U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters in the country as Washington
Slowing Economies Could Prod US, China to Reach Deal

Slowing Economies Could Prod US, China to Reach Deal

The Trump administration and China are facing growing pressure to blink in their six-month stare-down over trade because of jittery markets and portents of economic weakness. The import taxes the two
Warren Plans Iowa Trip in Another Step Toward 2020 Campaign

Warren Plans Iowa Trip in Another Step Toward 2020 Campaign

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is preparing to bring a populist message to Iowa voters just days after taking her first major step toward launching a campaign for president.The Massachusetts Democrat told
AP Fact Check: Trump's Skewed Claims on Border, Drugs, Mattis

AP Fact Check: Trump's Skewed Claims on Border, Drugs, Mattis

President Donald Trump is, at once, demanding billions of dollars from the U.S. Treasury for a border wall and insisting the wall won't really cost America anything.As he's done before, Trump argued
Shanahan Takes Helm at Pentagon as Trump Blasts Mattis

Shanahan Takes Helm at Pentagon as Trump Blasts Mattis

Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan's first full day at the Pentagon's helm was overshadowed Wednesday when President Donald Trump attacked his predecessor Jim Mattis.Shanahan, who took the
Trump Mocks Indian PM for Library in Afghanistan

Trump Mocks Indian PM for Library in Afghanistan

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday mocked Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for funding a library in Afghanistan, suggesting it was of no use. Trump brought up India's aid during a rambling
Pompeo: US ‘Deeply Concerned' About Colombia Coca Cultivation

Pompeo: US ‘Deeply Concerned' About Colombia Coca Cultivation

The United States is deeply concerned about an increase in coca cultivation in Colombia, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday, but will work with the Andean country to cut production of
US Senate Panel Sets Confirmation Hearing for Attorney General Nominee

US Senate Panel Sets Confirmation Hearing for Attorney General Nominee

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee said on Wednesday it would hold confirmation hearings on Jan. 15 and 16 for Attorney General nominee William Barr, who has come under fire from Democrats for his

Going Old School In An Impala SS

Jose’s lowrider is the result of a wild combination of incredible paintwork, exuberant interior trim, and awesome old school vibes that carried over from his childhood. None of it would make sense on

US government shutdown goes on as Trump, Dems fail to reach deal

US President Donald Trump met top Democratic lawmakers on Wednesday, but they failed to hammer out an agreement that would end a partial government shutdown over his demand for billions of dollars to
Study Finds Vermont is Top US State for Inbound Moves

Study Finds Vermont is Top US State for Inbound Moves

Vermont's population is among the smallest in the U.S., but tracking statistics from United Van Lines indicate that people are moving to the New England stateVermont's population is among the smallest
US Ambassador Meets With American Held in Russia

US Ambassador Meets With American Held in Russia

U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman on Wednesday visited the retired U.S. Marine who has been detained on espionage charges in Russia.He also spoke on the phone with the family of Paul Whelan, 48,
Trump Criticizes Military Commanders, Allies and Bemoans ‘Endless Wars’

Trump Criticizes Military Commanders, Allies and Bemoans ‘Endless Wars’

U.S. President Donald Trump dismissed Syria as nothing but “sand and death,” defending his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from the country and deriding what he called America’s “endless wars.”The
New US Senators Bring Diverse Backgrounds, Voices to Washington

New US Senators Bring Diverse Backgrounds, Voices to Washington

At the start of a new U.S. Congress, Republicans expand their Senate majority to 53 members, while Democrats number 47, including two independents who caucus with them. The 2018 midterm elections
Trump Calls for More Talks to Resolve Government Shutdown

Trump Calls for More Talks to Resolve Government Shutdown

U.S. House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy says President Donald Trump invited congressional leaders back to the White House Friday for more talks on how to end the government shutdown.Trump is
US Clergy Abuse Survivors Demand Inclusion in Vatican Reforms

US Clergy Abuse Survivors Demand Inclusion in Vatican Reforms

Patricia Gallagher Marchant was first abused by a priest who befriended her family when she was seven or eight years old. More than five decades later, the 61-year-old stood Wednesday in front of a
Michigan Man Visited Russia Frequently, Now Accused of Spying

Michigan Man Visited Russia Frequently, Now Accused of Spying

As a staff sergeant with the Marines in Iraq, Paul Whelan enjoyed fine cigars and showed an affinity for Russia, even spending two weeks of military leave in Moscow and St. Petersburg instead of at
Nancy Pelosi: Former US House Speaker Set to Reclaim Gavel

Nancy Pelosi: Former US House Speaker Set to Reclaim Gavel

Nancy Pelosi is once again Washington's most powerful woman, poised to reclaim the U.S. House of Representatives speaker's gavel Thursday as opponent-in-chief to an impulsive and unpredictable
GOP Confronts Anxiety About Trump Primary Challenge

GOP Confronts Anxiety About Trump Primary Challenge

Donald Trump declared himself "the most popular president in the history of the Republican Party'' on Wednesday. Yet his allies fear a primary challenge from a high-profile Republican could doom his