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Attorneys for immigrant children held at a troubled Texas shelter say kids continue to be forcibly drugged there despite a judge’s order.
Separated families won a second chance to seek asylum under an agreement in federal court, but lawyers say the government has backed off its pledge.
Congress ordered a fix to a gaping hole in food safety years ago. But the administration postponed a remedy that could prevent deadly outbreaks.
Seyni Malick Diagne lived in the U.S. for 17 years. Battling cancer, he was deported last month to Mauritania, where he faces arrest and enslavement.
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“The answer is: If it hasn’t been proven, it’s not something the VA should endorse,” says one agency official.
More than a week after a judge ordered that immigrant children staying at the facility should be moved, more than two dozen children are still there.
A Florida shipyard worker died earlier this year on the job. While OSHA investigated, the Navy and Coast Guard gave the company lucrative contracts.