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(Reuters) – The U.S. government scrambled to meet a Thursday court-ordered deadline for reuniting hundreds of immigrant children and parents who had been separated at the border with Mexico, leaving many of those families now facing potentially life-changing decisions. Lawyers and advocates working with parents and children complained of miscommunication and lack of coordination as
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(Reuters) – Even as the U.S. government scrambles to meet a Thursday deadline for reuniting hundreds of immigrant children with their parents, it has acknowledged that hundreds more families separated by border officials will not be brought back together immediately. FILE PHOTO: Immigrant children housed in a tent encampment are shown walking in single file
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(Reuters) – A federal judge on Wednesday rejected U.S. President Donald Trump’s latest effort to dismiss a lawsuit accusing him of unconstitutionally doing business with foreign governments while occupying the White House. U.S. President Donald Trump walks from Marine One as he returns from Kansas City, Missouri, to the White House in Washington, U.S., July
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(Reuters) – At least one lottery fan will wake up significantly richer on Wednesday after they purchased the only winning U.S. Mega Millions ticket, worth $522 million, in Tuesday’s draw. The winning numbers of 1-2-4-19-29, plus a Powerball of 20, were worth the fifth largest payout in the game’s history following 22 consecutive failed draws.
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New Orleans (Reuters) – Maria Marroquin Perdomo fretted as she waited with her 11-year-old son, Abisai, in the New Orleans International Airport. Abisai Montes Marroquin, 11, helps his mother Maria Marroquin Perdomo set up her new cell phone while at a mall in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., July 16, 2018. REUTERS/Loren Elliott A day earlier,
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration on Tuesday is expected to announce billions of dollars in aid for U.S. farmers to help protect them from the repercussions of trade spats between the United States and China, the European Union and others, Politico reported. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump walks up the driveway prior to
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(Reuters) – A former Equifax Inc employee pleaded guilty on Monday to having engaged in insider trading before the credit reporting company last year disclosed a cyber attack that exposed the personal data of about 148 million people. FILE PHOTO: Credit reporting company Equifax Inc. corporate offices are pictured in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., September 8,
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