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Exclusive: Trump targets illegal immigrants who were given reprieves from deportation by Obama

Exclusive: Trump targets illegal immigrants who were given reprieves from deportation by Obama
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-11


In September 2014, Gilberto Velasquez, a 38-year-old house painter from El Salvador, received life-changing news: The U.S. government had decided to shelve its deportation action against him.The move was part of a policy change initiated by then-President Barack Obama in 2011 to pull back from deporting immigrants who had formed deep ties in the United States and whom the government considered no...(Read More)

Former Corinthian college students await loan relief: U.S. states

Former Corinthian college students await loan relief: U.S. states
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-07


WASHINGTON The U.S. Education Department has left thousands of student-loan borrowers who were defrauded by Corinthian Colleges Inc in limbo by prolonging a process created by the Obama administration that was supposed to speedily cancel their debts, according to 20 state attorneys general and regulators.In the final months that President Barack Obama, a Democrat, was in office the department finalized...(Read More)

Trump administration amends travel ban date to keep legal battle alive

Trump administration amends travel ban date to keep legal battle alive
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-15


WASHINGTON The Trump administration on Wednesday moved to amend the starting date of its proposed 90-day travel ban on people entering the United States from six Muslim-majority countries in a bid to keep its legal battle alive.The amendment appears intended to avoid the administration's legal case at the U.S. Supreme Court becoming moot on grounds that parts of the executive order have expired.Challengers...(Read More)

Pennsylvania man found guilty of child sexual assault of six sisters

Pennsylvania man found guilty of child sexual assault of six sisters
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-07


A Pennsylvania man was convicted of multiple counts of child sex abuse on Tuesday for sexually assaulting six sisters from a family he befriended and financially supported when they left their Amish faith, officials said.A Bucks County jury found Lee Kaplan, 52, guilty of 17 charges including child rape, statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual assault and indecent assault, the Bucks...(Read More)

U.S. bars throwing

U.S. bars throwing 'covfefe' parties for televised Comey testimony
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-08


WASHINGTON U.S. bars are offering $5 Russian vodka drinks, “impeachmint” cocktails and free drinks with every presidential tweet to draw crowds on Thursday to watch fired FBI Director James Comey's televised testimony to Congress.Television "watch parties," typically hosted for sporting events and awards shows, are planned at homes and bars across the country for Comey’s 10 a.m. EDT appearance...(Read More)

Massachusetts judge allows right-to-die lawsuit to move forward

Massachusetts judge allows right-to-die lawsuit to move forward
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-06


BOSTON A Massachusetts judge ruled that two doctors may move forward with a lawsuit seeking an order that the state's murder and manslaughter laws do not apply to physicians who offer lethal medications to terminally ill patients.Superior Court Judge Mary Ames in Boston in a ruling last week declined to dismiss the lawsuit by the doctors, one of whom is suffering from cancer, who argued a cloud of...(Read More)

JPMorgan to purchase new debt for struggling Chicago schools

JPMorgan to purchase new debt for struggling Chicago schools
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-07


CHICAGO The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) said it tapped JPMorgan as the winning bidder for an up to $396.5 million note deal aimed at keeping the cash-strapped district afloat.The award of the notes purchase to JPMorgan Chase & Co is subject to final negotiation, according to a CPS statement on Wednesday.The Chicago Board of Education approved the debt sale last month as a way to avoid ending the...(Read More)

Virginia man convicted of supporting Islamic State

Virginia man convicted of supporting Islamic State
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-08


WASHINGTON A Virginia man who traveled to Syria to become a suicide bomber for Islamic State was convicted on Wednesday of providing material support to the militant group, the U.S. Justice Department said in a statement.Mohamad Jamal Khweis, 27, spent about 2-1/2 months in early 2016 traveling with Islamic State fighters in Syria and Iraq and participating in the group's religious training, the...(Read More)

Cuomo initiative to protect New York tenants wins court backing

Cuomo initiative to protect New York tenants wins court backing
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-14


NEW YORK A New York state judge has upheld the legal authority of the Tenant Protection Unit, a key initiative of Governor Andrew Cuomo to protect rent-regulated tenants from overcharges, harassment and intimidation by unscrupulous landlords.Cuomo on Tuesday called the decision by State Supreme Court Justice Richard Velasquez in Brooklyn, which also upheld other tenant protections adopted in 2014,...(Read More)


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