The judge said those challenging the president’s actions had a good chance of prevailing on their claims that the administration is acting illegally in shifting money from other programs for the wall.
Current and former intelligence officials said they were concerned that the attorney general could selectively declassify information that paints the intelligence agencies and the FBI in a bad light.
Tensions over Iran and a deadlock over North Korea are among the issues President Trump will discuss with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Amid a surge in homelessness, businesses and residents complained about recreational vehicles’ blighting of the California city’s streets. The outcry over the ban was instant.
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Prime Minister Theresa May repeatedly failed to broker a deal for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. Analysts say it's not clear whether her successor could do better.
As China tightens its hold on Hong Kong, battles flare over identity and the special status of the former British colony.
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Some conservative judges refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. So Alabama lawmakers voted to eliminate licenses altogether.
Bonnie Kimball was offered her job back after saying she was fired for giving a meal to a boy with no money in his account. But the boy's mother said he was supposed to bring his own lunch; a spokesman said Kimball had given him food for months, not just once.
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