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Montano has an undetermined immigration status. Montano and Sanchez were arrested on school property by SVID investigators. He said the bill would prevent Maryland from cooperating with immigration authorities. "It's not uncommon for older kids to be placed in the lower high school grades with much younger kids, because they usually have had only a few years of schooling in their home country".
  • Franken Confronts Gorsuch: 'Do You Think Merrick Garland Was Treated Fairly?'

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    In the dissenting opinion, Gorsuch cited the same law used in the majority opinion as a basis for siding with the company. The case is likely to help shape the debate in a confirmation hearing expected to span days. Gorsuch claimed that labor rules forbidding employers for making employees operate unsafe machinery did not apply because he said the risky machinery was the inoperable trailer, not the truck's cab, and that the trailer was not being operated.
  • Trevor Noah talks Tomi Lahren, Neil Gorsuch on new Daily Show segment

    Trevor Noah talks Tomi Lahren, Neil Gorsuch on new Daily Show segment

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    The "Daily Show" host initially appeared to be defending Lahren from The Blaze's decision to suspend her after backlash to her pro-choice comments on " The View ", but the comedian was really just setting up a ideal joke that mocked her anti-protest position she's shared in her "Final Thoughts" segments.
  • Graham Accuses Democrats of Imitating Trump in Gorsuch Attacks

    Graham Accuses Democrats of Imitating Trump in Gorsuch Attacks

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    There is also the small matter of President Trump's travel ban - which he has promised to pursue up to the Supreme Court if required. Feinstein also spent time defending the "settled law" of the 1973 landmark case of Roe v. She remembered him saying that many accept job offers but quickly leave with maternity benefits. Judge Gorsuch is the kind of judge most Americans say they want - a judge who applies the law and decides cases, not some black-robed Franken-legislator making up laws ...
  • Warren says 'Gorsuch doesn't belong on the Supreme Court' in op-ed

    Warren says 'Gorsuch doesn't belong on the Supreme Court' in op-ed

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    Frustrated Democrats, unable to get much out of the Denver-based appeals court judge over 11 hours of questioning a day earlier, suggested they might not vote to confirm him early next month. Another senior Trump aide, Reince Priebus, had said Gorsuch could change potentially 40 years of law, Leahy said. At the hearing, Gorsuch noted that New York Times v.
  • College Student Fatally Shot While On Spring Break In DC

    College Student Fatally Shot While On Spring Break In DC

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    Everett B. Ward, president of SAU in a statement released to FOX 5. The victim's extended family was already dealing with a sudden loss of a loved one when McAllister died. The younger Carter, a graduate of Morehouse College who was pursing a masters degree at Georgetown University, was shot on a Friday night near White Pearl Place and Pepper Mill Drive.
  • One Question at Gorsuch SCOTUS Hearing Brought Down the House

    One Question at Gorsuch SCOTUS Hearing Brought Down the House

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    On behalf of his teenage son, Flake asked Gorsuch "If he would rather fight 100 duck-sized horses or one horse-sized duck?" It's not the first time that the unusual query, which has been popular online for several years now, has been put before a high-ranking member of the government.
  • Neil Gorsuch: Anonymous Speech Has Value Too

    Neil Gorsuch: Anonymous Speech Has Value Too

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    He also said he was never asked to make promises to rule certain ways on certain decisions by the Trump administration when he was going through the selection process. Democrats are powerless to stop Gorsuch from joining the Supreme Court without help from Republicans, who appear solidly behind the conservative jurist tapped to succeed the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
  • UCA responds to new gun rights law signed Wednesday

    UCA responds to new gun rights law signed Wednesday

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    The Campus Carry Bill would allow anyone will a concealed carry permit to legally carry a gun on college campuses. The law takes effect September 1, but Arkansas residents likely won't be allowed to carry concealed weapons into the expanded locations until early next year.
  • Latino advocacy group targets 7 Republicans in push against ObamaCare replacement

    Latino advocacy group targets 7 Republicans in push against ObamaCare replacement

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    Trump warned GOP lawmakers that they could lose their majorities in the House and Senate in the 2018 midterm elections if they renege on promises to repeal and replace Obama's signature health law. Trump tweeted: "Big day for health care". Ryan and Trump now have an aggressive agenda for Trump's first year in office. Obamacare overhauled the American health insurance system and aimed to reduce the numbers of Americans with no health insurance.
  • Shootings at 3 locations in small Wisconsin city

    Shootings at 3 locations in small Wisconsin city

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    Baeten did not comment on if that suspect acted alone. They then received reports of shootings at a law firm and apartment complex. No one has been arrested, the police spokesman said. "She came in, running into the Subway saying, 'Help, my husband is trying to kill me, please call 911.' And, that's when I saw the manager grab the phone and called, and that's when the cops were already there, like within not even a minute", Andreske recounted.
  • Baby's body discovered in bag at Conn. reservoir

    Baby's body discovered in bag at Conn. reservoir

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    A postmortem will be conducted by The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to determine the cause of death. The baby's age and gender were not released by authorities. The Register-Citizen of Torrington reports the state police dive team has been dispatched to the scene to assist detectives in the collection of evidence.