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Judge Deals Big Setback to Trump on 'Dreamers' Program
A federal judge rules that the Trump administration must resume a program that has shielded hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.
Macron's New Iran Deal May Be Pie in the Sky
During his state visit to Washington, the French president enumerated four points regarding Iran policy.
The Trouble With Nondisclosure Agreements
Saving time and money doesn't always serve the cause of justice.
Former Police Officer Linked to California Serial Killings
Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, who was fired from the Auburn Police Department, is arrested after a DNA sample came back as a match to the Golden State Killer.
High Court Indicates Trump Travel Ban May Be Upheld
Conservative justices who make up the court's majority appear unwilling to hem in a president who has invoked national security to justify restrictions on who can step on U.S. soil.
Toronto Attack Illustrates Dangers of Misogyny
The suspect in the incident that resulted in the deaths of 10 people invoked an uprising by "involuntary celibates" and lauded a California killer who seethed at women for rejecting him.
Is GOP Losing Its Grip on the Senate?
After a bruising showing in an Arizona special election, some in the party are reconsidering the once inconceivable notion.
New Museum Confronts America's History of Racism
The Montgomery, Ala., memorial features graphic sculptures recounting lynchings and other racially motivated violence.
Cohen Vows to Take the Fifth in Stormy Daniels Case
Donald Trump's personal attorney says he will assert his constitutional right against self-incrimination in a civil case brought by the adult film actress.
Journalist Killed While Covering Nicaraguan Protests
Ángel Eduardo Gahona was shot while reporting on pension reform protests in which 24 people died.
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