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Viktor, left, and Amalija Knavs listen as their attorney Michael Wildes, right, makes a statement in New York Thursday. First Lady Melania Trump’s parents have been sworn in as U.S. citizens. (Seth Wenig / Associated Press)

Melania Trump’s parents become U.S. citizens–using ‘chain migration’ that’s under fire from her husband

Family lawyer praises system By ASSOCIATED PRESS | AUG 10, 2018 | 7:40 AM | NEW YORK The immigration attorney for first lady Melania Trump and her family delivered a passionate defense of so-called “chain migration” Friday (Aug. 10), saying that the policy, which Trump wants to change, is actually a “beautiful bedrock of immigration […]

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Princeton Review names seven Georgia Colleges among 384 Best

By Elaine Owen, Editor ATLANTA, GA — The Princeton Review has named seven colleges in Georgia among the top 384 in America. Nearly all of those schools appear on various BEST OF—and WORST OF—lists, and you might be surprised where some of our colleges land. The tutoring, test prep, and college admission services company surveyed […]

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U.S. military takes possession of remains that North Korea says belong to Americans who died in the Korean War

North Korea transferred the remains it says are 55 American service members killed in the Korean War to the U.S. military on July 27. (Reuters) By Adam Taylor and Dan Lamothe- REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION – WASHINGTON POST OSAN AIR BASE, South Korea — A U.S. Air Force plane carrying what are thought to be the […]

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Trump on Iran Sanctions

Statement from the President on the Reimposition of United States Sanctions to Iran

Aug. 6, 2018. Today, the United States is taking action to reimpose nuclear-related sanctions with respect to Iran that were lifted in connection with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action of July 14, 2015 (the “JCPOA”). These actions include reimposing sanctions on Iran’s automotive sector and on its trade in gold and precious metals, as […]

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President Donald Trump arrives to board Air Force One prior to departure from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, July 26, 2018, as he travels to Iowa and Illinois to speak about the economy. Trump traveled by motorcade after the White House falsely claimed the weather was bad. SAUL LOEB/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Donald Trump’s White House is now literally claiming the sky isn’t blue

By JASON LE MIERE at Newsweek In a comment condemned by many as Orwellian, President Donald Trump last week told the audience during a Veterans’ event in Kansas City that “what you’re seeing and what you’re reading is not what’s happening.” On Thursday, his administration took its apparent attempt to distort reality a step further, […]

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Trump administration says ACLU—not government—should find deported parents. The Trump administration is under a court order to reunite more than 2,500 children separated from their parents at the border, but Justice lawyers say advocacy groups should be responsible for reuniting these children with parents.

In court filing, U.S. Government claims ACLU should reunite deported parents with their children

By Amanda Fox, USA Today In what has been deemed a “remarkable court filing,” the U.S. government has basically attempted to wash their hands of the responsibility of following through on the order of U.S. District Court Judge Dana Sabraw to reunite children with their deported parents. Government attorneys stated in court that the ACLU […]

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In this May 10, 2013, file photo, Cody Wilson holds what he calls a “Liberator” pistol that was completely made on a 3-D printer at his home in Austin. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman/AP)

Federal judge blocks posting of blueprints for 3-D-printed guns hours before they were to be published

BREAKING NEWS – July 31, 2018 A federal judge has blocked the public availability of blueprints that provide instructions for making guns using 3-D printers, just hours before the documents were expected to be published online. U.S. District Court Judge Robert Lasnik granted a temporary restraining order on Tuesday night barring a trove of downloadable […]

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Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is running for governor of Georgia and will face Republican Brian Kemp when Georgians go to the polls Nov. 6. CREDIT JOHN AMIS / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Stacey Abrams to appear on TIME cover

Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams will appear on the cover of TIME in August, the news magazine announced on Twitter. She will be featured in a special issue on the American South. Abrams is running for governor of Georgia and will face Republican Brian Kemp when Georgians go to the polls Nov. 6. If elected, Abrams […]

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Dem leaders fend off calls to impeach Trump

BY MIKE LILLIS – THE HILL ~~ President Trump’s performance this past week aside Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki sparked outrage among congressional Democrats in all ways but one: There’s been no surge in support for impeachment. Instead, Democratic leaders have tamped down the impeachment push in the name of political pragmatism, fending off—for […]

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President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May in Aylesbury, Englaind.

President Trump dismisses his own Theresa May take-down interview as ‘fake news’

By JESSICA SCHLADEBECK – NEW YORK DAILY NEWS ~~ President Trump wrapped up his visit to England on Friday by backpedaling from an interview where he dissed Prime Minister Theresa May and then appearing to show up late for tea with Queen Elizabeth. A day after he criticized May and her government in an interview […]

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