The decision not to renew the Temporary Protected Status came after the Department of Homeland Security determined that the conditions justifying their presence following a 2010 earthquake “no longer exist,” according to a senior administration official. The announcement is in line with a broader administration effort to restrict immigration to the United States and expel those who have no permanent legal status.
The women, who were employees of Rose or aspired to work for him, told The Post that the longtime TV host made unwanted sexual advances toward them, including lewd phone calls, walking around naked in their presence, or groping their breasts, buttocks or genital areas.
Joe Stewart, outside his mobile home in Webster County, Miss., applied for disability in May 2015 and is still awaiting a decision.
Joe Stewart, outside his mobile home in Webster County, Miss., applied for disability in May 2015 and is still awaiting a decision.
Lawyer Hugh Gibson started taking disability cases 40 years ago, when claims in Webster County were mostly illnesses and accidents.
Lawyer Hugh Gibson started taking disability cases 40 years ago, when claims in Webster County were mostly illnesses and accidents.
Gibson’s client Joey Sims is pictured after a disability hearing in Columbus, Miss. Sims broke his neck in an ATV accident in 2013.
Gibson’s client Joey Sims is pictured after a disability hearing in Columbus, Miss. Sims broke his neck in an ATV accident in 2013.
The grave of Ricky Lynn Davidson, who died while awaiting a disability hearing, is pictured in Pheba, Miss.
The grave of Ricky Lynn Davidson, who died while awaiting a disability hearing, is pictured in Pheba, Miss.
Stewart watches TV in his cluttered mobile home, which he allows no one to enter, not even his mother.
Stewart watches TV in his cluttered mobile home, which he allows no one to enter, not even his mother.
Disabled America
Joe Stewart applied for benefits in May 2015. He is now trapped in a crushing backlog of 1.1 million claimants with no end in sight. What would a denial be for the Mississippi resident? “A death sentence.”
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The Trump administration’s rollout of its first travel ban led federal agents to violate court orders by telling airlines not to let certain passengers board U.S.-bound flights, according to an internal watchdog. Department of Homeland Security inspector general John Roth alerted lawmakers that his findings have become bogged down in a battle with the department over redactions that he said would obscure the true failures of the administration’s handling of the ban.
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The money had been used to settle a lawsuit against the club, according to a new tax filing. The charity also confirmed in the filing what Trump said last December: He plans to shut down the foundation once the attorney general’s investigation is complete.
The suit is fraught with legal and political risks for both sides. Democrats expressed concern that antitrust officials could be seeking to block the $85 billion deal because the Trump administration has been critical of CNN, which is owned by Time Warner — a charge that the White House and Justice Department have denied.
District Judge William H. Orrick in San Francisco issued an injunction to permanently block President Trump’s executive order to deny funding to cities that refused to cooperate with federal immigration officials, after finding the order unconstitutional.
Residents, Nigerien officials and analysts say it is clear that the U.S.-Niger team was operating in an area where many villagers sympathize with the Islamist militants or are forced to assist them. It is not clear how aware the soldiers were of the threat.
Pyongyang’s propagandists have laid into the American president for his speech in Seoul.
The study from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center said the bill would add $1.3 trillion to the national debt over a decade, even after accounting for new economic growth from the bill.
Avera Fredric, left, Gail Lukasik’s mother, was born into a black family but spent her life passing as white. (Family photos)
Avera Fredric, left, Gail Lukasik’s mother, was born into a black family but spent her life passing as white. (Family photos)
Perspective
A mother’s refusal to talk about her mixed race only fueled her daughter’s curiosity. How had she deceived her racist white husband? Why was she so fearful and ashamed of her black heritage? The mystery only intensified as her daughter tried to sort truth from fiction.
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