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The justices agreed to allow a limited version of President Trump’s ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries to take effect, and will consider in the fall the president’s broad powers in immigration matters in a case that raised fundamental issues of national security and religious discrimination.
Don’t expect chaos at airports: The ban that’s going to take effect only stops new visas from being issued to people without American connections who hail from six mostly Muslim countries.
In a case involving a Missouri church, the court ruled that religious institutions may not be excluded from state programs with a secular intent.
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About five decades ago, everyone wanted to be a guitar god. They were inspired by the men who roamed the concert stage, including Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana and Jimmy Page. Now those boomers are retiring and they’re looking to shed, not add to, their collections. And younger musicians aren't stepping in to replace them.
Jared Kushner’s real estate company received the loan as the bank was negotiating to settle federal and state charges that it aided a possible Russian money-laundering scheme. Kushner’s association with Deutsche Bank is among a number of financial matters that could come under review by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, who is examining President Trump’s son-in-law as part of his probe into possible Russian influence in the election.
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That number is up more than 1,000 percent since 2014-15, the year before the system was roiled by child abuse scandals and began to step up its emphasis on reporting misconduct. One teacher described it as a “purgatory of a kind I didn’t know existed.”
Eulalio Tordil, 63, shot his estranged wife in a high school parking lot last year before killing two strangers. He faces up to four life sentences without the possibility of parole.
The Nationals have a four-game showdown with the defending champs this week in D.C. The Cubs just don't carry the same mystique as they did last season.
Estimates on bill’s impact on uninsured numbers, federal deficit may complicate Republican leaders’ goal of a vote this week.
If the health-care push stalls or falls apart, the president who campaigned for the White House as the ultimate dealmaker will be dealt a serious political blow — another example of Trump’s inability to move major legislation through Congress.
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With the president's self-inflicted wounds and persistent Republican infighting, wealthy donors are forced to reckon with the possibility that golden opportunities to overhaul the tax code and repeal Obamacare are being squandered.
The former Wall Street executive is tracking the subtle alterations in once taken-for-granted governmental norms that she believes could undermine democracy. A lot of people are paying attention.
Some employers unable to afford the increased wages have cut their payrolls or reduced hours. The costs to low-wage workers in the city have outweighed the benefits by a three-to-one ratio.
Jesse Watters asked the former pro wrestler and governor about the tumultuous lawsuit against the estate of Chris Kyle.
The chief cause of the acceleration was the melting of the Greenland ice sheet, which went from contributing under 5 percent of all sea level rise in 1993 to contributing over 25 percent in 2014, a new study found.
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