The president’s proposed budget would increase defense-related spending by $54 billion and cut virtually the same amount from other federal agencies while preserving Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid — setting up a potential clash with Republicans in Congress who insist those entitlement programs must be overhauled to ensure the government’s fiscal health.
Multiple protests are planned for the lavish grand opening of the new Trump International Hotel and Tower in this Canadian city, reflecting the tensions surrounding the unavoidable connection between the Trump presidency and the family’s global real estate and branding empire.
The class-action lawsuit against Sterling Jewelers, an American retailing giant behind the Jared the Galleria of Jewelry and Kay Jewelers stores, alleges female employees were routinely groped, demeaned and urged to sexually cater to their bosses to stay employed, according to just-released testimony.
For the past eight years, authorities have known that Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was undocumented and have allowed her to check in with immigration officials and return to her two American-born children and husband. But three weeks ago, a routine appointment ended with her deportation.