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The move is the latest by the Trump administration to curb the flow of migrants seeking asylum at the southern border.
Scientists around the world are working to correct a problem with genetic health information — too much of it is currently based on samples of Europeans.
The administration argues that immigration judges are managers who are barred from forming a union. The leader of the union says the administration wants the judges to speed up deportation cases.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, the Roman Catholic Church is being forced to confront evidence that clergy have sexually abused nuns.
The plan, expected to meet with a swift legal challenge, comes out of talks with Mexican officials. The administration is implementing it first at the San Ysidro, Calif., port of entry.
Facing a court deadline to reunify separated families, the government says it needs more time to identify parents and reunite them with their children.
At issue: How should cases proceed and what should happen to the more than 2,000 immigrant minors already detained in light of the president’s executive order?
The president ended a policy that sent children to government-run facilities away from their parents, but critics say he created new problems, and kids already held may be there indefinitely.
An appeals court backs a Texas law banning sanctuary city policies. Supporters of the ban say public safety is at stake. Opponents say it opens the door to racial profiling.
The star of the highly regarded PBS talk show Charlie Rose and co-host of CBS This Morning issued a statement apologizing for his actions.