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President Donald Trump retired from the struggle for citizenship, R. Kelly was arrested again and Tropical Storm Barry rolled towards the Gulf Coast.
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Trump abandons citizenship issue to the 2020 Census
President Trump announced on Thursday that he had stopped his efforts to include a citizenship issue in the 2020 census, but had ordered departments and authorities to share information to get a better count of the number of citizens and non-citizens in the country.
Although Trump may have lost this fight, he made it clear that his government "does not back away" on the citizenship issue. Www.moviesfilmonline.com / de / movies / … of ̵
& # 39; Know your rights & # 39 ;: lawyers, lawyers are mobilizing against planned ICE raids.
Lawyers and lawyers are stepping up their efforts to educate immigrant communities about their rights with the Trump administration, which is scheduled to launch mass immigration attacks on major cities across the country from Sunday.
The footage includes social media videos and toolkits that explain what to do when an ICE agent shows up at your home.
"People should understand that they have rights regardless of their immigration status," said Lee Learned, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union.
Troubled families throughout the country are preparing for the raids, which are expected to target approximately 2,000 families in several cities.
Hurricane Warning in Force as Tropical Storm Barry Drives the Gulf Coast
On Thursday, a hurricane warning was in place when tropical storm Barry was heading for a likely collision with the coast of Louisiana on Friday night.
There are three types of flooding in Louisiana: storm surges, high rivers and rain. We'll all have three, "warned Governor John Bel Edwards.
Watch a live video as a weather radar tracks Tropical Storm Barry's progress toward the Gulf Coast.
US tech companies are seeing one another Facing New Reality When Doing Business China
It looked as though the US tech industry had been deferred at the end of June, when Trump had canceled the course to effectively foreclose companies from doing business with Chinese telecom giant Huawei. However, experts claim that the tensions in the refrigeration industry are high. China is undergoing a profound change in the way technology companies, which once considered China as a major partner and potential market opportunity, are now doing business with companies such as Huawei.
"The political and entrepreneurial attitude towards China has changed fundamentally," James L said ewis, Senior Vice President, Center for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington think tank. "All the things that China is doing – its corporate espionage campaigns, its grave human rights abuses – are making companies a little nervous."
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Quote of the Day
"They have much power and must use them wisely."
– President Donald Trump on Thursday at the White House's "Social Media Summit" to several hundred conservative digital and social media experts.
Chicago gets into an alligator fever.
In search of a reptile about two meters long, which lurks in the waters of the city's Humboldt Park lagoon.
"Alligator Bob," a member of the Chicago Herpetological Society, supports efforts to catch the elusive beast's nickname "Chance the Snapper."
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