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Opinion | Trump’s Border Stunt Is a Profound Betrayal of Our Military
Mr. Adams is professor emeritus at American University’s School of International Service. Mr. Wilkerson, a retired Army colonel, is a professor of government and public policy at the College of William & Mary. Mr. Wilson, a retired Army colonel, is a senior lecturer with Yale University’s Jackson In
May says Brexit deal will stop EU citizens 'jumping queue' into UK
On Sunday the prime minister sought to underline how it is future relations with the EU, and not the “withdrawal agreement” including the controversial Irish “backstop”, that will deliver the Brexit people voted for in 2016.
Trump hints admin changes could include John Kelly, Kirstjen Nielsen
"I have three or four or five positions that I'm thinking about," Trump told Fox News' Chris Wallace during an interview that aired on "Fox News Sunday." "Of that, maybe it's going to end up being two. Maybe. But I want to -- I need flexibility."
Monday briefing: May plays immigration card in Brexit fightback
She will travel to Brussels later in the week to agree the final details of the deal with EU officials but remains vulnerable to attack from her own party. Backbench rebels say they are confident that at least 48 MPs will write letters to force a vote of no confidence in May’s leadership. Along with
Justice: Half of young illegal immigrants skip deportation hearings, up 1,500%
Half of young illegal immigrants that are caught crossing the border are no-shows in deportation courts, deciding to hide out in the country potentially for the rest of their lives, according to new Justice Department statistics.
Progressives Retreat from Efforts to 'Abolish ICE,' Will Focus on Other Issues Instead
At its first meeting since the midterms, members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus seemed to pump the brakes on efforts focused on abolishing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, an idea heavily pushed by progressive Democrats leading up to last week’s elections.
Violence breaks out as first group from migrant caravan arrives in Tijuana
“The message to the migrant population is very clear,” Francisco Rueda Gómez, secretary of government of Baja California, said in a statement according to USA Today. “We are providing them with humanitarian support, health care and food, however the need to take into consideration the rules of the s
Trump Administration Faces 2 Legal Challenges For Asylum Restrictions
But alawsuitfiled by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) argues that the president's proclamation violates federal law in two ways: first, it bypasses rules requiring at least 30 days for "notice and comment
Trump considering changing 'three or four or five positions' in staff shake-up
Meanwhile, he told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace in an interview at the White House, pre-recorded on Friday, about Kelly that “there are certain things that I don’t like that he does”. He praised his work ethic. But added: “There are a couple of things where it’s just not his strength. It’s not
When A Police Deputy Pulled Over An Illegal Immigrant, Gunfire Broke Out. Here’s How The Face-Off Went Down
Luis Cobos-Cenobio, the suspect, was being pulled over by County Corporal Brett Thompson for a routine traffic stop, when he allegedly opened his door and drew down on the officer with a handgun and began to open fire.(RELATED: ‘Game On:’ Former Acting ICE Director Tom Homan Says The Government Is P
Theresa May: Brexit will stop EU nationals 'jumping queue' ahead of non-EU workers – video
The prime minister says Britain's future immigration policy will be based on skills rather than nationality. Speaking at the CBI conference on Monday, May sought to seal business support for her Brexit deal, but remained on a collision course with a group of lawmakers seeking to unseat her.
GOP lame ducks in House need to move fast before their wings are clipped
Voters elected a Democratic majority to the House in the Nov. 6 midterm elections, ending uninterrupted Republican control of the chamber that last began in 2011. With a few races still undecided, Democrats have flipped at least 35 seats held by Republicans. This gives the Democrats the ability to e
Poll: Support for Muslim Immigration Collapses in Australia
According to a Fairfax Media Ipsos poll, support for an increase in Muslim immigration dropped from 23 percent to a bare 14 percent between October and November, theAustralian Financial Reviewreports.
The 2020 Democratic Power Rankings
We’re three weeks into the 2020 race and is it too early to get a sense of the Democratic fields’ strengths and weaknesses? Of course it is. In November 2014 no one had any idea Donald Trump would be the Republican nominee, possibly including Donald Trump. Anything can happen!
Drugs, weapons, people-smuggling: Why PNG border is a concern for Australia
Papuan villagers in traditional costume go through the security screening at Parliament House in Port Moresby on November 16, 2018, ahead of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit. Source: Saeed Khan/AFP
‘Go home!’: Trump doubles down on caravan ‘invasion’ claims
On Sunday, Trumptweeted a warningfrom the mayor of Tijuana, Mexico, who the president loosely quoted as saying his city was ill-prepared to handle the anticipated 10,000 migrants moving north.
Trump set to have close ally Graham in powerful chairmanship
“I think Graham will be bit more partisan but also somebody who the Democrats are more likely to cut a deal with,” said Brian Darling, a GOP strategist and former Senate aide.
Trump says 'good time' for a government shutdown if no money for border wall
"I think probably, if I was ever going to do a shutdown over border security, when you look at the caravans, when you look at the mess, when you look at the people coming in, this would be a very good time to do a shutdown," Trump said.
Two Maoists killed in encounter with security forces in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district; combing operation underway - Firstpost
Two Maoists were killed in an encounter with security forces in Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district on Monday. Both killed were female Maoist operatives, and the gunfight took place in Gadchiroli's Dhanora tehsil, according toreports. A combing operation is underway.
Trump Predicts Democrats Will 'Come to Their Senses,' Threatens Government Shutdown If They Don't
“We’re talking about border wall, we’re talking about quite a big sum of money, about $5 billion,” Trump said.