29 killed in attack on Iranian military parade
CNN, 23 September at 08:35
(CNN) At least 29 people were killed and 70 others wounded in an attack on a military parade in Iran's southwestern city of Ahvaz on Saturday, Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency reported, citing the deputy governor-general of Khouzestan province, ...
GOP allies urge Trump not to fire Rosenstein ahead of Kavanaugh confirmation, midterms
CNN, 23 September at 08:18
(CNN) What seemed at first like a long-awaited opening to get rid of the "lingering stench" at his Justice Department now poses a quandary for President Donald Trump: Would firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein complicate precarious
Iran summons Western diplomats over parade attack killing 25
Fox News, 23 September at 06:54
TEHRAN, Iran – Militants disguised as soldiers opened fire on an annual Iranian military parade in the country's oil-rich southwest, killing at least 25 people and wounding over 60 in the deadliest terror attack to strike the country in nearly a decade
Trump seeks to restrict green cards from those on food, housing assistance
The Hill, 23 September at 06:35
People who legally use food stamps or housing vouchers could be denied green cards under new proposed rules announced Saturday by the Trump administration. The proposal, called “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds,” represents the latest effort ...
Trump administration to restrict green cards for those likely to receive public assistance
Los Angeles Times, 23 September at 06:35
Immigrants who rely on public benefits for food, housing and medical care could be denied green cards under new rules put forth Saturday by the Trump administration that would effectively limit family-based “chain migration,” as the president calls it.
She moved to the opposite coast, but past catches up to Kavanaugh accuser
Seattle Times, 23 September at 05:34
Christine Blasey Ford's husband, Russell Ford, remembered her mindset when Justice Anthony M. Kennedy announced his retirement. She even considered moving to another country, her husband said.
Flynn's Guilty Plea Suddenly Jogs Ex-White House Official's Memory on Russia Talks
Splinter, 23 September at 05:21
Michael Flynn's former deputy on the National Security Council has changed her story to Special Counsel Robert Mueller about whether she discussed with Flynn conversations he had with Russia's former ambassador about sanctions. It's amazing what a ...
Six siblings of Arizona congressman urge voters to boot him from office
Politico, 23 September at 04:58
Talk about family drama. Six of Republican Rep. Paul Gosar's nine siblings set tongues wagging in Arizona and beyond with some of the more memorable ads of the year, urging voters of the state's 4th congressional district to boot him from office in ...
Trump admin rule would deny green cards to immigrants who took food stamps, Medicaid
NBCNews.com, 23 September at 04:26
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration announced a proposed rule Saturday that would make it harder for immigrants already in the U.S. legally, as well as those seeking to enter, to obtain visas or green cards if they have ever been dependent on ...
Trump admin proposes rule to block visas, green cards for those likely to use certain public benefits
CNN, 23 September at 04:09
Washington (CNN) The Trump administration on Saturday revealed its plan to make it harder for immigrants to come to or stay in the United States if they or their family may use certain public benefits. The proposed rule announced by the Department of ...
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