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Second federal judge blocks Trump’s move to end DACA

A second US federal judge has temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that protects young immigrants from deportation. (Muslim Times) -The ruling was made by US District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn, New York, on Tuesday, the second time in ...

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Trump threatens retaliatory actions against China, S Korea

US President Donald Trump has threatened to impose sanctions on China while vowing to scrap a free trade deal with South Korea. (Web Desk) – Trump threat of action against the two major Asian trading partners came on Tuesday in a speech to a group of Republican and Democratic lawmakers at the ...

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Trump WH to propose $1.5 trillion for crumbling US infrastructure

The Trump administration will finally unveil his long-awaited infrastructure plan via a $1.5 trillion proposal intended to fulfill the president’s campaign promises, but relies heavily on state and local governments to generate much of the funding. (Web Desk) -Trump’s plan is to use $200 billion in federal money to leverage ...

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Taliban invites GOP senator for ‘mutual talks’ in Doha

Taliban has invited a US senator for “mutual talks” in the Qatari capital Doha, where the so-called Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has an office. (Web Desk)  -The terror group’s social media accounts extended the invitation to Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul over his latest comments about the United States’ long ...

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Second Trump aide resigns over domestic abuse claims

A White House speechwriter has resigned over domestic abuse claims, the second such departure this week, amid a widening scandal that has called into question US President Donald Trump’s judgment. David Sorensen resigned Friday after his ex-wife Jessica Corbett, told The Washington Post that Sorensen had physically and emotionally abused her during their ...

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