White House officials said they expect the ruling to be appealed to the Supreme Court, so the law remains in place for now.
The filing appeared briefly on the public docket in the case of the newly convicted Russian national.
The tentative appointment caps President Trump’s extraordinarily public week-long search for his third chief of staff in two years.
The death of Jakelin Caal, 7, has put scrutiny on the surge of migrant families in U.S. custody like no other recent event.
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The medical-products giant saw its stock plunge 10 percent after Reuters published a lengthy investigation citing documents, many decades old, that emerged in litigation.
The measure — slated to take effect Dec. 30 — has prompted some criticism and spurred new training for law enforcement officials, but if it helps reduce drunken-driving deaths, other states could take notice.
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With the parents now calling for the priest’s removal, the Archdiocese of Detroit apologized for the priest's behavior.
The transplant system rests on 58 obscure nonprofits that collect and transport organs. Sometimes, mistakes happen.
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