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A federal appeals court early Sunday denied an initial bid by the Trump administration to restore its controversial immigration order that had barred refugees and those from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. A judge in...
By Douglas V. Gibbs Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host Federal Judges are unelected and cannot be removed by any means other than death, resignation, or removal by Congress because of bad behavior. Yet, the liberal left believes these are the...
Attorneys for several rights groups won a major battle Saturday night after a federal judge issued a stay on President Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim executive order. That ruling effectively stops the administration from deporting refugees and immigrants...
Watch Video WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump fired acting Attorney General Sally Yates Monday night for “refusing to enforce a legal order designed to protect the citizens of the United States,” the White House said. “(Yates) has betrayed the Department...
Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter FORT WORTH (CBS11) -Texas Senator Ted Cruz compared Super Bowl LI with November’s Presidential election. He did so Monday morning while addressing the Southwest Ag Issues Summit in Fort Worth. Senator Cruz joked...
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Congress wrote in protections to prevent banks from disguising proprietary trading. But regulators are weakening the law.
Dozens of readers responded to our post about Ernie Ciccotelli, who couldn’t get a lawyer to pursue his claim for damages from a life-threatening infection he acquired in the hospital.