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Trump's Directive Will Lift Hiring Freeze, as It Asks Agencies for Cuts
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Mick Mulvaney, the White House budget director, during a meeting with President Trump on Tuesday. At a briefing, he said that the new guidance “is a big part of draining the swamp.” Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — The ...
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Prosecutor sues Florida governor over death penalty cases
FLORIDA — A Florida state attorney has sued Gov. Rick Scott for stripping her office of nearly two dozen first-degree murder cases because she refused to consider the death penalty. In the lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court, Aramis Ayala ...
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Florida prosecutor sues to remain on murder cases
An Orlando-based state prosecutor who was removed from 23 murder cases by Florida Gov. Rick Scott for refusing to consider the death penalty on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit claiming that Scott's executive order was unconstitutional and seeking to ...
Prosecutor sues governor after he took death cases from herABC News
Scott and Bondi go to war on deadly scourge of opioidsSun Sentinel (blog)
Prosecutor Sues Florida Governor For Pulling Her From 23 Murder CasesNPR
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North Carolina bill proposes pulling UNC, NC State from ACC if it boycotts state again – Chicago Tribune
North Carolina bill proposes pulling UNC, NC State from ACC if it boycotts state again
A bill before the North Carolina legislature would force the University of North Carolina and North Carolina State to withdraw from the ACC if the conference again boycotts the state. (Robert Willett / McClatchy-Tribune). Cindy BorenWashington Post. A ...
North Carolina and NC State would quit the ACC if there is another boycott, proposed bill saysLos Angeles Times
NC bill banning same-sex marriage will not advance in the General AssemblyThe Daily Tar Heel
North Carolina bill banning same-sex marriage again won't be heard, House speaker saysThe Boston Globe
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Partisan battles over nominees pose ‘real danger’ for Supreme Court, chief justice says – Washington Post
Partisan battles over nominees pose 'real danger' for Supreme Court, chief justice says
TROY, N.Y. — Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. said Tuesday that the Supreme Court has gone about its work in a “completely nonpartisan way” since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, but that the bitter political battle waged over confirming Scalia's ...
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Sen. Michael Bennet and the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch (8 letters)The Denver Post
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Trump administration halts sanctuary city reports
The Trump administration on Tuesday suspended its weekly report on so-called sanctuary cities amid questions on the accuracy of the data reported. U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will "analyze and refine its reporting methodologies ...
DHS suspends sanctuary city list after just three weeksWashington Times
Trump administration suspends public disclosures of 'sanctuary cities'Chicago Tribune
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Spicer shows Trump's red line: Darcy cartoon
During passover week, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer claimed Adolf Hitler didn't use chemical weapons against his own people like Syria's Bashar al-Assad, referred to concentration camps as "Holocaust Centers," and mispronounced Assad's ...
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Ginsburg calls Lindsey Graham one of 'the women of the Senate'
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Monday mistakenly designated Lindsey Graham — a male Republican senator from South Carolina — one of the “women of the Senate.” “I thought back to the 1993 confirmation of my nomination to the court: ...
Ginsburg refers to Graham as one of 'the women of the Senate'The Hill (blog)
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Mitt Romney's 'binders full of women' are real. They weigh 15 pounds, 6 ounces.
As Mitt Romney reportedly mulls a 2018 Senate bid, his infamous “binders full of women” — actual, physical binders — have surfaced. They weigh a total of 15 pounds, 6 ounces, according to the Boston Globe, which obtained them from a former aide to ...
Boston Globe obtains Romney's infamous 'binders full of women'The Hill
The 'Binders Full of Women' Outrage Still Makes No SenseNational Review
Mitt Romney's “binders full of women” actually exists, which actually makes it worseSalon
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Jeff Sessions ushers in 'Trump era' at the Justice Department
Washington (CNN) When Jeff Sessions was sworn in as the 84th attorney general in February, President Donald Trump foreshadowed that the Justice Department was at a turning point. "A new era of justice begins. And it begins right now," Trump said.
Trump administration moving quickly to build up nationwide deportation forceWashington Post
To Detain More Immigrants, Trump Administration to Speed Border HiringNew York Times
ICE May Deport More People With U.S. Ties If Border Crossings Keep DroppingHuffington Post
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