Trump Administration's New Asylum Rule Clears 1st Legal Hurdle

July 24, 2019 - 10:56am EDT
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"It's in the greater public interest to allow the administration to carry out its immigration policy," U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Kelly of Washington, D.C., said from the bench.

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President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden make their closing arguments in what's been an unusual campaign season to say the least.

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College students who are studying remotely can vote in the state where their college is located. But this is controversial in some places, and students are organizing.

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Colorado's Proposition 115 could shut down one of the few clinics nationwide that specializes in later abortion.

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The mark set Friday by Texas, with its 38 electoral votes, also comes on the last day of early voting in the state. Texas, once a reliably red state, is seen as a "toss-up" heading into Election Day.

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President Trump and his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, are making a push Friday across swing states in the Midwest as they race to turn out voters in the last days of the campaign.

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A Republican candidate for a House race in North Carolina is getting attention for his young age and for what critics say are thinly veiled white nationalist views.

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Sports teams around the U.S. have turned over their stadiums and arenas to be used as pandemic-safe voting sites. And it's possible these polling places could become the future of Election Day.

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As arts workers continue to struggle, they're trying their hand at something new — a piece of legislation that would keep their industry alive through the pandemic.

Oct 30 - 7:49am EDT

Hoaxes and misleading posts aimed at depressing turnout have spread on social media. Experts say it outpaces 2016, when Black voters were the top target of Russian-backed disinformation.