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Trump Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch Takes Place On High Court Bench

Trump Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch Takes Place On High Court Bench

Gorsuch did not have much time to prepare for the 13 cases to be argued over the next two weeks. Where in the Constitution does it say that the majority leader in the Senate gets to decide which president will appoint justices to the court? Not only did he ask questions, but he was confident enough in his constitutional prowess to challenge the lawyers in the room.



Mexican's immigration status is in dispute over deportation

The statement says Montes hasn't been in the program that protects some immigrants from deportation since 2015. The Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday that Montes was entitled to be in the USA until early next year under DACA, reversing its position a day earlier that his status had expired in August 2015 and wasn't renewed.


Patriots White House Turnout for Obama in 2015 vs

Patriots White House Turnout for Obama in 2015 vs

Kraft compared the comeback and long odds to Trump's campaign for the presidency, saying in the primaries Trump "faced odds nearly as long as we faced in the fourth quarter". Under Donald Trump's presidency, they are about to be the first championship team to make a visit at the White House . Several members of the team will not attend the ceremony because of the man whose hand they would be shaking.



First `Dreamer' Deported Under Trump Sues in San Diego

The rules widened the pool of undocumented immigrants who qualify for deportation, and was purported to not include "DREAMers", children who came to the United States without authorization. Montes was brought to the United States at age 9, and his DACA status had prevented him from being deported twice in the past, USA Today reported .



Conservatives fault Arkansas court for halting executions

Ledell Lee and Stacey Johnson were to be put to death Thursday night, but Johnson's execution was at least temporarily halted and Arkansas' ability to use one of its execution drugs was called into question. On Monday, Don Davis won a reprieve from the state's top court a few hours before his scheduled execution, then waited nearly until midnight to learn the Supreme Court would not allow the execution to proceed.


Idaho GOP congressman faces angry crowd at town hall

Idaho GOP congressman faces angry crowd at town hall

The town hall was supposed to go for an hour and a half - the congressman took questions for more than three hours. It seats roughly 1,200 people, which was nearly full before the event began. The crowd's anger piqued during questions about why Labrador wasn't demanding Congress have stronger accountability into Trump's administration, particularly about the president's ties to Russian Federation and his refusal to release his tax returns.