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"… e less interested in locating and deporting people with strong ties to the United States if they had no serious criminal record. ICE’s priority for deportation …"

"… in legal residency through marriage face the risk of being exiled from the United States for 10 years or more, as  the Center for Public Integrity has reporte …"

"… , during a check-in with ICE, he was detained and told he had to leave the United States and return to Mexico. “I feel like I’m lost,” he told the Detroit F …"

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"… ssing concerns that ending TPS for Sudanese would “negatively impact the United States from a foreign policy perspective.” The memo, Chen’s order states, ar …"

"… uddenly become undocumented. “These individuals have built lives in the United States,” the states argued. “They have started families, founded businesses, …"

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"… a new policy to deter mainly Central Americans from seeking asylum in the United States.  The policy called for all unapproved border crossers to be jailed a …"

"… nd her child have been reunited and she is currently seeking asylum in the United States.  In a separate case in Washington, D.C., a 30-year-old woman from E …"

"… which could have established her right to continue to pursue asylum in the United States — a painstaking process requiring presentation of evidence, as the Cente …"

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"… $350 by state workplace regulators after the accident. That same month, a United States Environmental Protection Agency audit of DOGGR's regulatory prog …"

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"… factor in the rising level of risk. The report says the risk level in the United States has increased on a par with that of Belgium, Poland, and Taiwan. Politica …"

"… mproved security. The backslide in nuclear security isn’t unique to the United States, according to the new report. In all, 54 countries were deemed to be at hi …"

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"… e that charge for that case,” Deitle said. “It can’t just be a local United States attorney or the FBI. They don't have the authority to do that.” In Janu …"

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"… arginalized communities, there were at least 950 active hate groups in the United States in 2017, up from 917 the previous year. Experts say the term “hate group …"

"… spanic white people will make up just less than half the population of the United States by 2045. “We are fastly becoming a minority in the country we founded, …"

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"… leled access to the world. Users are able to tweet at the president of the United States, foster support for such social movements as Black Lives Matter or inspire …"

"… ommunities, identifies the NSM as the largest neo-Nazi organization in the United States. Other suspended organizations include the American Nazi Party, League of …"

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"… . Nearly 300,000 crimes may have been committed against people across the United States because of their sexual orientation from 2012 to 2016, according to a News …"

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"… o how a warming climate affects the spread of disease-bearing ticks in the United States, particularly in Maine and northeastern states. Here's a summary of that c …"

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