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Dade says it's following immigration law

Dade says it's following immigration law

Officials have sent letters to eight cities that receive millions of dollars in law enforcement grants, and they are demanding proof that those cities comply with USA immigration law. "New York is the safest big city in the country, with crime at record lows in large part because we have policies in place to encourage cooperation between NYPD and immigrant communities", said Seth Stein, a spokesman for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.



Chaffetz Avoiding Responsibility for Nonexistent Trump Oversight

In the meantime, Chaffetz also tells us he has a job to do in congress, and he has no plans of slowing down. As chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Chaffetz has faced increasing criticism for his lack of investigation into President Donald Trump's potential conflicts of interest and Russia's meddling in the US election.



Cardell Hayes sentenced to 25 years for killing Will Smith

They said Hayes shot another round through Racquel Smith's legs, then advanced to quickly fire seven more times into the former National Football League star's back. Michael Burnside, who appeared in court with wild hair, spoke in a rambling manner, twice let slip a profanity and called himself a "coward" for not coming forward earlier.



Survivalist convicted in deadly trooper ambush

Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf says "justice was served" Wednesday when a jury convicted Eric Frein (freen) of first-degree murder and other counts in the 2014 attack. Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin described Frein during closing arguments as "a terrorist with murder in his heart, a plan in his mind and a rifle in his hand, who slithered through the woods".


Trump signs order to implement 'Buy American, Hire American'

Trump signs order to implement 'Buy American, Hire American'

The White House specifically identified outsourcers Tata, Infosys , and Cognizant as large contractors who place H-1B visa holders in jobs held by US workers, during a background briefing this week. "So they've said before and they said again after [Tuesday's] executive order that they're doubling-down on training and they're trying to find American talent, but not having enough luck".