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President Trump’s declaration begins a new phase of his presidency that will test the separation of powers, as he sidesteps Congress despite Republicans urging restraint.
El Paso filed a lawsuit Friday, and California officials plan to challenge the president’s move.
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Trump declared a national emergency — but not without making a scene full of false claims, offbeat comments and tense exchanges.
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A gunman at a warehouse inflicted multiple casualties, including several police officers. The suspect, identified as Gary Martin, 45, was killed in an exchange of gunfire with police, officials said.
In a sentencing memo, prosecutors note that sentencing guidelines call for the former Trump campaign chairman to spend 19 to 24 years in prison for tax and bank fraud convictions.
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Colin Kaepernick, who has not played in the NFL since 2016, and Eric Reid, a safety for the Carolina Panthers, were among players who refused to stand for the national anthem before games to protest racial inequality.
Local officials say they are pressed to maintain secrecy to lure powerful tech companies that wish to avoid controversies and keep details about their operations under wraps.
President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have been at odds over Trump’s outreach to North Korea. On the other hand, South Korean President Moon Jae-In has said publicly that Trump deserves a Nobel.
The former Starbucks CEO, who says he may run for president as an independent, is touring the country, and he seems to have joined the list of things people love to hate — alongside dating apps, Crocs and the coffee chain he led.
A federal judge imposed an eight-year sentence on a Texas man who decided to sidestep the system by making his own AR-15 while he was still banned from using firearms.
A presidential election is scheduled for Saturday in Nigeria, Africa’s most violence-stricken nation, where the population keeps growing rapidly while the average Nigerian gets poorer.
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