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13 Aug 8:41pm Updated Rule targeting legal immigrants draws first lawsuit
San Francisco and the county of Santa Clara, California, on Tuesday filed a joint lawsuit against the Trump administration's regulation that makes it harder for immigrants to obtain green cards if they've received or are likely to receive government benefits.
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13 Aug 8:09pm Updated Cuccinelli rewrites Statue of Liberty poem to make case for limiting immigration
The acting director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services in a new interview revised the iconic poem on the Statue of Liberty's pedestal to suggest that only immigrants who can "stand on their own two feet" are welcome in the United States.
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13 Aug 7:20pm FBI investigating shots fired at ICE offices in San Antonio
The FBI is investigating a shooting incident that took place early Tuesday morning at two buildings associated with Immigration and Customs Enforcement in San Antonio.
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13 Aug 6:12pm Tennessee lawmakers exploring abortion ban despite court challenge to similar Alabama law
Tennessee lawmakers are studying legislation that would impose a near-total ban on abortion in spite of a similar Alabama bill already facing a challenge in federal court.
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13 Aug 5:05pm The Point: How Donald Trump is fueling a Jeffrey Epstein conspiracy theory
On Tuesday afternoon, President Donald Trump was asked whether he really believed -- per a tweet he retweeted on Sunday -- that the Clintons were somehow behind the death of billionaire financier and accused sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein.
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13 Aug 3:37pm Updated Wall Street Journal: NRA agreed to pay $6.5 million for Wayne LaPierre mansion
The National Rifle Association previously agreed to pay $6.5 million to buy a mansion for CEO Wayne LaPierre, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
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13 Aug 3:31pm Bernie Sanders tones down criticism of Washington Post but expresses frustration with campaign coverage
Sen. Bernie Sanders scaled back his criticism of the media on Tuesday, telling CNN he did not believe that Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos was dictating the paper's coverage of his campaign.
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13 Aug 3:18pm Updated The Point: Bernie Sanders should know better than this ridiculous attack on The Washington Post
Bernie Sanders is running a presidential campaign rooted in the belief that the country can be better than President Donald Trump -- and that he is the person who can bring about that change for the better.
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13 Aug 3:04pm Updated Warden at prison where Epstein died temporarily reassigned, staffers placed on leave
The top official at the New York prison that had housed Jeffrey Epstein before his apparent suicide is being moved temporarily as the FBI and the Justice Department's inspector general investigate the circumstances of the death.
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13 Aug 1:50pm Schumer to request Trump redirect wall funding to address gun violence and white supremacy extremism
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is planning to ask the Trump administration to withdraw its request for $5 billion in border wall funding and redirect the funding to counter gun violence and white supremacy extremism, a person familiar with Schumer's thinking told CNN.
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13 Aug 1:23pm Updated Trump admin announces rule that could limit legal immigration
The Trump administration released a regulation Monday that could dramatically cut the number of legal immigrants allowed to enter and stay in the US by making it easier to reject green card and visa applications.
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13 Aug 1:00pm Updated The rise of the Jeffrey Epstein mystique
In the days before Jeffrey Epstein died in an apparent suicide early Saturday morning, one of his closest associates, billionaire retail magnate Leslie Wexner, the founder and chairman of L Brands, Inc. went public with a shocking allegation.
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13 Aug 12:02pm Updated US will delay tariff hike on Chinese-made cell phones, toys
The top US trade negotiator on Tuesday said that new tariffs on $300 billion in Chinese-made consumer goods including cell phones, toys and video game consoles would be delayed until December 15.
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13 Aug 11:55am Updated Another NRA board member leaves amid leadership turmoil
Another National Rifle Association board member is stepping down amid turmoil in the gun lobby group's leadership.
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13 Aug 11:50am Fact-checking 2020 candidates on gun control
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13 Aug 11:26am Updated Pete Buttigieg releases rural economy plan ahead of 7th Iowa trip
In a push to win over rural voters, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg released a wide-ranging plan Tuesday aimed at reinvigorating rural America, pledging investments in rural entrepreneurship and technological investments.
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13 Aug 11:11am The Point: Donald Trump gets sick of everyone, except for Donald Trump
Anthony Scaramucci seems to have finally learned a very, very important lesson about President Donald Trump: If you stick around long enough, he will turn on you. Always.
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13 Aug 10:20am Updated Analysis: Trump administration reinterprets US history and an 1882 law to exclude poor immigrants
The nation's top immigration official offered a history lesson Monday to argue that legal immigrants from poor parts of the world aren't being targeted by new rules disqualifying them from green cards if they seek public assistance.
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13 Aug 7:35am Trump needs these voters to win 2020 reelection
CNN's Harry Enten breaks down President Donald Trump's approval rating and explains what types of voters he needs to win reelection.
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13 Aug 4:32am Donald Trump gets sick of everyone, except for Donald Trump
Anthony Scaramucci seems to have finally learned a very, very important lesson about President Donald Trump: If you stick around long enough, he will turn on you. Always.
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