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U.S. Customs and Border Patrol plans to use a 2005 anti-terror law to avoid environmental impact study for a section of Trump’s border wall that will pass through a Texas national refuge for endangered ocelots.
Transgender people still face discrimination and threats to their safety in North Carolina, advocacy groups said in a new federal court action on Friday.
Kentucky must pay the legal fees of lawyers who represented couples denied marriage licenses in 2015 by a county clerk in the state, a federal judge ruled on Friday.
Police chief Janee Harteau resigned on Friday at the request of the city's mayor, who said she and the community lost confidence in Harteau following the fatal shooting.
The minority of Trump voters who said they would not vote for him again gave varying reasons in interviews for why they had changed their minds.
The New York Police Department is in the midst of outfitting all patrol officers with body cameras by the end of 2019.
The complaint alleges Uber engaged in “pervasive and ongoing discrimination” because people in wheelchairs can use only a few dozen of its more than 58,000 vehicles in the city.
The White House did not offer any details on why Trump would not speak to the 108-year-old civil rights group.
One officer seen in the video has been suspended, while the two other officers have been placed on administrative duty, the Baltimore Police Department said at a news conference on Wednesday.
The CBO estimated the number of uninsured would rise by 17 million next year alone if the Affordable Care Act were to be scratched without a new healthcare plan.
The stakes are high in Texas, which has an economy larger than Russia’s.
Despite legitimate circumstances when police cannot turn on cameras, the Minneapolis shooting illustrates the need to boost training and compliance.
However, the U.S. attorney’s office said it was assessing if there were “possible federal civil rights offenses warranting investigation and potential prosecution.”
Rock-throwing protests erupted after the shooting, which came at a time when the Justice Department was already investigating the Albuquerque police force over accusations of using force on civilians.
Jordan Edwards, who was described by family and friends as a standout high school student and athlete, was struck in the head by a bullet and died.
A July 14 memo updated the definition of “close family” that are exempt from the Muslim ban laid down in President Trump’s March 6 executive order.
AG Eric Schneiderman’s office said it has identified “multiple constitutional defects” with the Republican healthcare bills.