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___ Tech firms slam Trump for ending immigrant protections NEW YORK (AP) — Technology companies and executives of other industries criticized the Trump administration for its plan to undo protections for young immigrants.
Even without the pressing needs of Hurricane Harvey, the budget, the debt ceiling, and tax reform, Congress already had its hands full this month with the nagging reality of Obamacare.
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Hillary Clinton recalls aide Huma Abedin “bursting into tears” when learning the FBI re-opened its investigation into Clinton’s emails because of Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal, according to a leaked excerpt from Clinton’s forthcoming book.
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower Tuesday, posting the market's biggest drop in almost three weeks, as escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea rattled investors.
President Trump said Tuesday he has “great love” for the so-called Dreamers affected by his administration’s decision to end a program giving illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. at a young age a reprieve from deportation.
North Carolina officials took legal and administrative actions Tuesday to stop a chemical company from discharging compounds with unknown health risks into a river that supplies hundreds of thousands of people with drinking water.
A look at the AP Municipal Bond Index for Tuesday, Sept. 5: BIGGEST MOVER: One-year bonds.