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The White House and Congress reached a bipartisan deal Monday on a sweeping two-year budget that would provide billions of dollars for defense and domestic spending while pushing a potential government shutdown past the 2020 election, President Donald Trump and lawmakers said.
The federal judge hearing a case against the Trump administration’s effort to impose new restrictions on asylum-seekers entering the U.S. appeared Monday to be weighing the government’s legitimate interest in easing pressure on an overburdened immigration system against the lack of evidence that the targeted immigrants pose a safety risk.
The Third Circuit won't undo the deportation of an Indian man who before entering the U.S. used to secretly feed information to the police about the gang members he transported in his rickshaw, leaving him in India to face separate charges that he tried to extort a Bollywood producer.
A Muslim civil rights group must take another tack at challenging the Trump administration’s refusal to revise allegedly anti-immigrant language in a terrorism report after a California federal court ruled that the claims in the current lawsuit can’t be reviewed by the courts.
The U.S. and Guatemalan governments have agreed to work together to stem the recent spike in Central American migration and to facilitate development in the region to reduce factors driving people out, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced Monday.