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U.S. Supreme Court rejects Arizona challenge to 'Dreamers' program

SC Refuses to Hear DACA challengeThe U.S. Supreme Court on Monday required Arizona to continue to issue driver’s licenses to the so-called Dreamers immigrants and refused to hear the state’s challenge to an Obama-era program that protects hundreds of thousands of young adults brought into the country illegally as children.

The case centered on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program created in 2012 under Democratic former President Barack Obama that Republican President Donald Trump already has sought to rescind. Those who signed up for DACA are shielded from deportation and given work permits.

The high court refused to hear Republican-governed Arizona’s appeal of a lower court ruling that barred the state from denying driver’s licenses to people protected under DACA.


Police blame Austin attacks on serial bomber

Serial bomber in Austin

Austin's police chief says the four bombings that have killed two people and injured four others in Texas' capital city this month are believed to be the work of a serial bomber.

Police Chief Brian Manley said at a news conference Monday that Sunday night's explosion that injured two men marks a "significant change" from the first three because it was triggered by a tripwire that would have hit any random person walking by it. The first three attacks were carried out with package bombs left on people's doorsteps.


Secretive religious charity run by top US housing officials raises questions

Naved JafryOne of the top officials in Donald Trump’s housing department runs an opaque religious charity with a colleague who resigned from the administration when the Guardian found he was accused of fraud and exaggerated his biography.

Johnson Joy, the chief information officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (Hud), is part of a Christian not-for-profit in Texas with Naved Jafry, who quit as a Hud adviser after inquiries about his professional history.


Stormy Daniels' lawyer says she was threatened with physical harm

Stormy Daniel's lawyer says she was threatened with bodily harmAdult film star Stormy Daniels — who has said in a lawsuit that she had an "intimate" relationship with Donald Trump a decade before he became president — was physically threatened in relation to her attempts go public with her story, her attorney said Friday.

In an interview with MSNBC’s "Morning Joe," Michael Avenatti, an attorney for Daniels, repeatedly said that his client had been threatened, but wouldn’t say by who. He also declined to give details on the nature of the threats.


FIU bridge collapse: Several killed after pedestrian bridge at Florida college collapses

Florida U pedestrian bridge collapsesA newly installed pedestrian bridge spanning several lanes of traffic collapsed at Florida International University on Thursday, killing several people and crushing vehicles caught in the rain of rubble in Miami-Dade County, officials said.

"Several people were killed. I just don't know how many," Alejandro Camacho, a spokesman for the Florida Highway Patrol said in a telephone interview.

There were at least five to six vehicles crushed underneath the pedestrian crosswalk, he added.


'Potentially loose' steering wheel triggers Ford recall of 1.4 million Fusion, Lincoln MKZ cars

Ford recalls 1.2 million cars because steering whell could come off

A failure to properly affix steering wheels has triggered a recall of 1.38 million Ford and Lincoln cars in North America.

Ford Motor said Wednesday that it is issuing a safety recall for the 2014 through 2018 model-year Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans.

The recall comes after officials discovered that the cars have "potentially loose steering wheel bolts that could result in a steering wheel detaching from the steering column," Ford said in a statement.


Thousands of students, teachers march on White House to call for better gun control

Students and teachers walk out of classes to protest guns

Thousands of students and teachers marched Wednesday in Washington and across the nation as they left school to call for stricter gun control measures.

The protests come on the one-month anniversary of the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., that left 17 dead.

A few hundred mostly high school students gathered in demonstration at the White House, bearing signs and chanting for tighter gun control laws. They were headed later to the Capitol.


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