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Nov 10, 2018
Donald Trump denies asylum for immigrants at US border who enter outside ports of entry: All you need to knowUS president Donald Trump ordered Friday that anyone who enters the U.S. illegally from Mexico by going around official border crossings is ineligible for asylum.
Nov 09, 2018
Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'Stung by midterm results, Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Nov 01, 2018
US midterm elections: America's racial divide on vivid display as Donald Trump amplifies hardline political strategyAfter Tuesday's election, it's likely that 87 percent of Republicans in the House will be white men, compared to just 37 percent for Democrats, said David Wasserman, who analyzes races for the Cook Political Report.
Oct 27, 2018
Florida native Cesar Sayoc charged with five federal crimes for sending pipe bombs to US politicians, faces 58 years in jailCesar Sayoc, 56, was arrested Friday on charges of sending package bombs, which officials described as IEDs, to at least 10 present and former high-level government officials including former president Barack Obama, former vice president Joe Biden and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
Oct 27, 2018
Mail bombs versus migrant caravan: Donald Trump goes all in on 2 powerful optics dominating US politics before 6 November midterm electionsOut with the bombs and back to the migrant caravan. Donald Trump is mighty relived that Page One headlines will be cleared of the mail bomb story for the next 10 days before midterm elections 2018 which will decide political control over US Congress.
Oct 26, 2018
Florida native Cesar Sayoc arrested in connection with 12 mail bombs; Donald Trump says 'bomb stuff' is distractingFederal authorities arrested a man in Florida on Friday in connection with the mail-bomb scare that widened to 12 suspicious packages sent to prominent Donald Trump critics, the US Justice Department said.