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Federal judge temporarily halts President Trump’s immigration ban

Washington (CNN)The White House on Friday night said the Justice Department will challenge a judge's nationwide halt of President Donald Trump's immigration order. The Trump administration initially called the order "outrageous," but minutes later, dropped that word in a second statement about the matter."At the earliest possible time, the Department …

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ATF seeking sharp increase of agents in Chicago

"ATF is exploring various options as we are committed to furthering law enforcement efforts in Chicago," the spokesperson added. "One of those options is to send additional agents to Chicago on permanent transfers. ATF is still early in the process of developing strategies and will be prepared to discuss these …

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Parents sue over daughter’s suicide

Dunbar sent a letter and an email to Larios, notifying her she was the school's Title IX coordinator, the lawsuit says. The mailings included information about the university system's policies related to sexual violence. Dunbar also sent information about services and resources Larios could use. Larios also met with the …

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Ruline Steininger, Clinton supporter, dies at 103

"At 103, Ruline Steininger had an energy & vibrancy all should aspire to. My thoughts & prayers are w/ her family," Clinton said. At 103, Ruline Steininger had an energy & vibrancy all should aspire to. My thoughts & prayers are w/ her family.pic.twitter.com/LQ1qozY3NH — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 3, …

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Yemen raid: Military botches video release

Washington (CNN)The US military is scrambling to explain an embarrassing mix-up after it released video obtained from Sunday's raid in Yemen that turned out to have already been published online. A military spokesman acknowledged it was released without having been thoroughly analyzed.The video was meant to demonstrate the value of …

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Military botches release of raid video

Thomas was adamant there was no pressure to release anything. He insisted it was CENTCOM'S decision alone to put out the video and not an order from above.A second defense official agreed that there was no White House pressure. The official said that the desire to get this out came …

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Judge in Boston declines to renew restraining order

Washington (CNN)In the first court victory for the Trump administration, a federal judge in Boston declined Friday to renew a temporary restraining order that prohibited the detention or removal of foreign travelers legally authorized to come to the US. The win in court comes at the same time that the …

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Flu spreads across 40 states

The CDC and the medical community continue to emphasize the importance of getting vaccinated to protect yourself and others from contracting or spreading the virus. "With the flu season that's going on right now, it is not too late for a vaccine," said Dr. James Steinberg, chief medical officer at …

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