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Daily Archives: March 4, 2017

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Sinn Fein cuts DUP advantage to a single seat

Sinn Fein has cut the DUP’s 10-seat Stormont advantage to a single seat in its best performance in Northern Ireland election history.

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Judge grants White House extension on travel ban lawsuit

A federal judge in Seattle on Friday granted the Trump administration a two-week extension to respond to a motion to make a lawsuit against its travel and refugee ban a class-action case. In his order, Judge James Robart noted the plaintiff’s frustrations over seemingly contradictory statements from the administration and its lawyers about whether a promised new executive order on the ban will supersede the current one. Robart is the same judge who granted a temporary restraining order against the current executive order, which the White House rolled out in January.

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Trump Administration Plans Expanded Immigrant Detention, Documents Say – NBCNews.com


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Trump Administration Plans Expanded Immigrant Detention, Documents Say
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The Trump administration is planning to radically expand the program and facilities for the detention of immigrant families seeking asylum in the United States, according to documents obtained exclusively by MSNBC's "All In with Chris Hayes." In a town
The Trump Administration Is Considering Separating Undocumented Parents From Their ChildrenBuzzFeed News
Exclusive: Trump administration considering separating women, children at Mexico borderReuters
DHS considering separating families at border: reportThe Hill
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UPDATE 1-Mantle Ridge nears deal to install Harrison as CSX CEO -sources

March 3 (Reuters) – CSX Corp is nearing a deal with
one of its largest investors, activist hedge fund Mantle Ridge
LP, to sign up veteran railroad executive Hunter Harrison as the
U.S. railroad company’s CEO, people familiar with the matter
said on Friday.

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‘UK not obliged’ to pay £50bn Brexit divorce bill

Theresa May is being urged to walk away from the European Union without paying a £50bn “divorce settlement” being demanded by Brussels.

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3 Bill Cosby accusers have their distress claims dismissed

BOSTON –  Three women who had accused Bill Cosby of the intentional infliction of emotional distress in a Massachusetts case have had those claims dismissed. A document filed Friday in federal court shows the claims were dismissed after Therese Serignese, Linda Traitz and Joan Tarshis conferred about the viability of the claims. The women are […]

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Environmental programs face deep cuts under budget proposal – Keystone pipeline won’t use US steel despite Trump pledge

WASHINGTON –  The Trump administration would slash programs aimed at slowing climate change and improving water safety and air quality, while eliminating thousands of jobs, according to a draft of the Environmental Protection Agency budget proposal obtained by The Associated Press. Under the tentative plan from the Office of Management and Budget, the agency’s funding […]