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When President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in order to build a wall on the Mexican border Friday he thrust his White House into legal and political fights over the limits of presidential power, experts said, setting up clashes with Congress, advocacy groups and landowners.
The Trump administration beat a border wall lawsuit on Thursday when a federal judge tossed claims that work done by the government near the Rio Grande violated the constitutional rights of a nonprofit that runs a butterfly sanctuary along the river.
The head of a development company was “‘consciously’ reckless” when he diverted money raised from investors through the EB-5 visa program so he could make payments on his BMW and issue loans to relatives, misappropriating at least $6.5 million, a Washington federal judge held on Friday.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts on Friday sued the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for records about a purported contract to build part of President Donald Trump's desired border wall in Texas, saying the agency has so far refused to turn over information the president alluded to in a tweet.
A French native did not obtain a derivative naturalization after his father became a naturalized U.S. citizen during the late 1990s, as his parents were separated at the time but had never legally married, the Third Circuit held Thursday in a published opinion.