Trump to Exclude Illegal Aliens from Congressional Apportionment Counts
Illegal aliens will not be counted for purposes of congressional apportioning thanks to a memorandum set to be signed by President Trump.
Trump aims to exclude those in U.S. illegally from reapportionment
U.S. President Donald Trump signed a memorandum Tuesday that seeks to bar people in the U.S. illegally from being counted in congressional reapportionment, a move that drew immediate criticism and promises of court challenges on constitutional grounds.
ACLU: Constitution Requires Illegal Aliens Count Toward Congressional Apportionment
The George Soros-funded ACLU claims it is "unconstitutional" not to count illegal aliens when apportioning congressional representation. 
Some forfeited assets given to presidential villa, federal agencies - Magu
Mr Magu did not explain the criteria for distributing the forfeited vehicles to the agencies.
Kobach: Trump Was Correct to Exclude Illegal Aliens from Apportionment
Trump issued a memorandum that excludes illegal aliens from the counting of persons for congressional apportionment.
Counting Illegal Aliens in Census Rewards Lawbreaking, Political Commentator Says
Earlier, US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order requiring census counts to be adjusted by subtracting undocumented immigrants, saying that his...
Federal Judge Orders Michael Cohen Released from Prison
A federal judge on Thursday ordered former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen released from prison and into home confinement.
Trump Faces Court Challenge to Order Blocking Illegal Aliens From 2020 Census Count
Donald Trump wants to exclude illegal aliens from the headcount that determines the number of seats each state has in Congress. Critics have accused the president of...
Trump Ties Medicare Drug Cost to Rates Paid by Other Nations
President Donald Trump announced new policies Friday aimed at lowering prescription drug prices under Medicare by linking them to rates paid in other countries and allowing Americans to buy medication imported from Canada.
ACLU Sues to Get Illegal Aliens Counted in Congressional Apportionment
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing to have illegal aliens counted when apportioning congressional representation. 
Mayors from 6 U.S. cities want Congress to block the deployment of federal agents without approval
The mayors of six U.S. cities are appealing to Congress to make it illegal for the U.S. government to deploy militarized agents to cities that don’t want them.
Trump Delays Effort to End Protections for Immigrant ‘Dreamers’
After the Supreme Court ruled that President Trump failed to present a valid rationale for ending DACA, the administration said it would conduct a “comprehensive review” of the program.
California Sues Trump to Inflate Its Power in Congress via Illegal Migration
California is suing Trump to ensure they can continue to inflate its power in Washington, D.C. by counting illegal aliens in apportionment.
Trump Administration Directs Federal Communications Commission to Combat Big Tech
The Department of Commerce has filed a petition with the Federal Communications Commission in an effort to combat online censorship.
Poll: 7-in-10 Support Trump Excluding Illegals in Congressional Apportionment
About 7-in-10 United States registered voters support excluding illegal aliens when it comes to determining representation in Congress.
Trump holds up COVID-19 aid to block funding for mail-in voting
President Donald Trump on Thursday (Aug 13) said his team was rejecting Democrats' bid to include funds for the US Postal Service and shore up ...
Judge grants Trump campaign's request to block thousands of Iowa absentee ballot requests
A judge on Thursday granted President Trump's campaign's appeal to block 50,000 absentee ballot requests in an Iowa county.
Trump crusades through Kenosha, giving millions of dollars to law enforcement 
Visiting Kenosha, the scene of recent protests where a white police officer shot an unarmed black man in the back at close range, leaving him paralysed, Donald Trump praised law enforcement. He also “inspected” buildings damaged by protest action and urged empathy for police officers who “choke”, while completely ignoring the man who was shot by police.
Trump ignores calls to stay away, backs cops in Kenosha
Threatens to send more federal troops into Democrat-governed cities KENOSHA US President Donald Trump defied requests to stay away and visited Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Wednesday to express support for l.
Duped by Russia, freelancers ensnared in disinformation campaign by promise of easy money
When freelance journalist Laura Walters submitted a 1,000 word article about Chinese political influence in New Zealand to her new editors at non-profit media outlet Peace Data, the response was emphatic.
Liberals Test Supreme Court's 'Shadow Docket' in Attempt to Stop Trump Admin from Illegally Funding Border Wall
El Paso County officials and human rights advocates filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday seeking a review of their case challenging President Donald Trump's attempt to divert Department of Defense funds in order to continue construction on the controversial wall between the U.S.-Mexico border.
Trump directs federal agencies to defund 4 Democratic cities, other 'anarchist jurisdictions'
President Trump released a five-page memo Wednesday directing federal agencies to find ways to cut billions in federal grants to four solidly Democratic cities and determine which other "anarchist jurisdictions" he could defund. Trump specifically targeted New York City; Washington, D.C.; Seattle, Washington; and Portland, Oregon. He claimed these cities have become "lawless zones" that "permit anarchy, violence, and destruction." Trump gave Attorney General William Barr 14 days to identify these "anarchist jurisdictions," and his given criteria include any area that "disempowers or defunds police departments" or "forbids the police force from intervening to restore order amid widespread or sustained violence or destruction." The Office of Management and Budget has 30 days to direct agencies to find ways to restrict federal grants to these justifications, which Trump doesn't name, "possibly for legal reasons," the New York Post reports. As part of his campaign strategy "to shift the public's attention away from…
Trump directs federal agencies to defund 4 Democratic cities, other 'anarchist jurisdictions'
President Trump released a five-page memo Wednesday directing federal agencies to find ways to cut billions in federal grants to four solidly Democratic cities and determine which other "anarchist jurisdictions" he could defund. Trump specifically targeted New York City; Washington, D.C.; Seattle
Judges block Trump order to exclude undocumented immigrants from census count
A panel of three federal judges on Thursday evening blocked President Trump's July order to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census count that is used to allocate seats in Congress. The panel wrote that this violates federal law, which says apportionment has to be based on everyone who resides in the United States, and the order would cause harm lasting a decade, The Washington Post reports. Earlier in the day, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh ordered the government to turn over internal documents related to its decision to end the 2020 census count a month earlier than planned. Koh said the Trump administration needs to provide all documents and communications from mid-April, when the Census Bureau said the count would be extended to Oct. 31 because of the coronavirus pandemic, to Aug. 3, when it was announced the count would now end on Sept. 30. Catherine Garcia
California, 19 other states, sue Trump administration for weakening methane rules
U.S. President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit California on Monday to be briefed about its devastating wildfires, while Democratic rival Joe Biden plans a speech on the matter from Delaware, bringing climate change to the forefront of the presidential campaign. The lawsuit targets two policy amendments
Trump, Vought, DeVos and Keim call out Marxist indoctrination in colleges and gov't agencies
From the president on down, we're seeing a welcome pushback against Marxist indoctrination in our colleges, government agencies and even the military.
Congress-ruled states to introduce Bill in Assemblies to nullify agri laws
The draft bill is likely to help the party-ruled states negate the new farm laws and ensure that no farmer gets less than the minimum support price (MSP) for their produce
Lagos State Government warns residents on release of water from Oyan Dam
"This will automatically lock up all our drainages and would be unable to discharge until the water level goes down."
Oil unions direct members in Chevron to down tools
Dele Ogunyemi, Warri  The National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas and the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria have directed their members in Chevron Nigeria Limited t...
Daily briefing: NGOs say change in FCRA clause on funds will cripple projects; Rs 8,400 crore in dues from sugarcane mills to farmers
From the debate over the FSL report in the Hathras case to the amendment in the The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, read the top stories from print edition today.
NYC seeks to reinstate coronavirus restrictions in some areas
NEW YORK >> New York City’s mayor said today that he has asked the state for permission to close schools and reinstate restrictions on nonessential businesses in several neighborhoods because of a resurgence of the coronavirus.
Transport for London set to strip Ola Cabs of its operating license on Monday
Transport for London is reportedly preparing to strip Ola Cabs of its operating license, just like it did with Uber. The ride-hailing firm will have 21 days to appeal the decision.
UEFA allows return of fans at maximum 30% of capacity pending approval of local authorities
Away supporters will not be allowed at venues until further notice
Coronavirus: Entire country to be placed under Level 3 restrictions from midnight on Tuesday
NPHET had recommended that the country enter Level 5 – the highest level of restrictions.
Schools to reopen from October 15! Ministry of Education releases guidelines for reopening — check details
As per the latest guidelines, the students may also opt for online classes rather than physically attend school.
Metro receives nearly $600K in grants to improve traffic safety
The Metropolitan Police Department received $598,000 in grants to improve pedestrian and traffic safety, Monday.
Canada suspends arms export permits to Turkey amid concerns of human-rights abuses
Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne has halted military export permits to Turkey.
A Big Week in September: Principal Sarah Green says more restrictions on general public will make schools safer
"There is a slight contradiction when you say, I can only meet people from one other household and yet I can have 30 students in my class. But if everyone else is mixing less, that makes schools safer for us to be in."
DA in North West rejects plan to place 12 municipalities under administration
A report from the provincial Treasury, seen by Eyewitness News, recommended that the executive invoke Section 139.
Supreme Court grants request to require witness signatures on absentee ballots in South Carolina
The Supreme Court has granted a request by South Carolina election officials to require witness signatures on absentee ballots. The decision was made pending appeal.
Contributors to the AP/FRONTLINE probe of supply lines
Associated Press staff from around the world who contributed to the AP/
Election 2020: Over 200 registered voters in Nzema Akropong threaten court injunction
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Centre to notify jurisdiction of KRMB, GRMB despite TS opposition
UnionJal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Tuesday said the Centre will soon notify the jurisdictions of the Krishna River
2 restaurants ordered to close, 13 F&B outlets fined for breaching COVID-19 safety measures
SINGAPORE: Two restaurants were ordered to close after failing to comply with measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, said the Ministry ...
Republicans seek access to absentee ballot containers in new lawsuit
The North Carolina Republican Party filed a new lawsuit on Monday seeking to force the North Carolina State Board of Elections to provide access to absentee ballot envelopes, which are public records under the law.
Ghana School of Law to introduce the triple-track system
Director of the Ghana School of Law, Maxwell Opoku Agyeman, has hinted that, management of the Ghana School of Law will soon introduce a triple-track system due to large numbers of students admitted.
Arrivals in Latvia will have to register electronically starting October 12
As of October 12, everyone entering Latvia will have to complete an electronic questionnaire and a statement to comply with COVID-19 security measures, the government announced on Tuesday, October 6.
Advice vs Law: Here's how gardaí are permitted to enforce the new Level 3 restrictions
David Kenny, Assistant Professor of Law at Trinity College, says depriving gardai of Covid-19 enforcement powers could undermine the whole effort.
SOPs issued for reopening cinema halls from Oct 15
NEW DELHI, Oct 6: A day after the Education Ministry came out with the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for opening of schools, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday released a 6-page charter of the SOPs for reopening of the cinema halls from October 15 as allowed by the Home Ministry in its Unlock 5.0 guidelines issued on September 30.Only 50% seats are allowed out of the total capacity of cinema halls, with alternate seats left vacant for social distancing and the face masks mandatory inside the cinema halls, he said while releasing the SOPs.It has been, however, left up to the discretion of the state governments on when to reopen the cinema halls and multiplexes. For instance, Delhi government has decided not to open them from October 15.Javadekar said the Ministry has formulated the general SOPs taking into consideration international practices notified in the sector including physical distancing, entry and exit with designated queue markers, sanitization, safety of staff,…
Govt committee to submit recommendations on licences for home delivery of ration
The Delhi Government has formed a six-member committee to submit recommendations on the issue of licences to distribution agencies for home delivery of ration under the 'Mukhya Mantri Ghar Ghar Ration Yojna'. According to an order issued by the office of the food supplies and consumer affairs
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