Trump administration moves to hold migrant children and parents longer
The Trump administration is moving to formally terminate a federal court settlement restricting how long U.S. officials can detain migrant children with their parents and replace it with a new rule that could expand family detention and dramatically increase the time children spend in custody.
Beijing appeals to US to 'meet China halfway' on tradeBeijing appeals to Washington to 'meet China halfway' and end tariff war after Trump says Americans might need to endure economic pain to achieve longer-term benefits
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Sanders to Trump: 'I am a proud Jewish person' with 'no concerns about voting Democratic'The president said Tuesday that Jewish people who vote for Democrats are showing "either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty."
Trump chooses odd adversary in Denmark's strongly anti-immigration prime ministerDanish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen called Trump a xenophobic populist in 2016. But she is more of a populist than she would like to admit, one political scientist says.
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Amazon's strategy to win over congressional critics: Tours of its giant warehousesAmazon woos members of Congress to its warehouses even as President Trump and his would-be democrat rivals rip the retailer for its treatment of the people who work there.
Facebook attracts swift blowback from report on anti-conservative biasThe report -- conducted by ex-Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., and a law firm -- showed no evidence of that bias, but that didn't stop Republicans and left-leaning civil rights groups alike from slamming it for being insufficient.
He applied for a job -- and ended up on trial for a murder that took place 2 decades earlierA Florida woman was found dead at a consignment store where she worked in August 1998. More than 20 years later, a man who applied for a job there is on trial for her murder.
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