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"… ws individuals from certain countries to apply, if they are already in the United States, for temporary U.S. status if their home countries suffer a disaster -- in …"

"… countries does the TPS program currently cover? Individuals already in the United States prior to a crisis or disaster who are from Nepal, Somalia, South Sudan, Sy …"

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"… ama created DACA in 2012 to allow undocumented young people brought to the United States as children to stay legally, conditionally, until, Obama said he hoped, Co …"

"… to think about an old friend in Germany who wanted to live and work in the United States and couldn’t seem to ever get a visa. Queen’s family raised animals a …"

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"… dly order a nuclear attack on North Korea? Andrew Harnik/AP Could the United States launch a nuclear attack on North Korea, even before it is attacked? And co …"

"… weeks later claimed that North Korea faced “total destruction” if the United States felt it had to defend itself against an attack. >>Keep reading …"

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"… the country’s fossil-fuel habit by half a century. >>Keep reading The United States of Petroleum: Government’s secret alliance with Big Oil National Arc …"

"… aney/weather.com Up close, the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the United States isn’t as big as you’d expect it to be. From most angles, you can’t e …"

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"… follow the hashtag #usofpetroleum. Check out the stories here: The United States of Petroleum Part 1: The unlikely partnership between Big Oil …"

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"… lose friends with Gelvan’s father, who also relocated from Latvia to the United States. Poplyansky wanted to start a charity in 2009 that raised money for prost …"

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"… oratory, and to apply the lessons learned to other laboratories across the United States.”  The next year, however, an Army lab in Utah sent live anthrax t …"

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"… vity of the decision and the consequences of any nuclear use.” …"

"… weeks later claimed that North Korea faced “total destruction” if the United States felt it had to defend itself against an attack. His defense secretary, Ja …"

"… ible “if we saw they were preparing” an imminent, direct attack on the United States. Mattis quickly added, however, that nonnuclear weapons were available for …"

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"… ore-Rosneft deal marked the biggest foreign investment in Russia since the United States and the European Union imposed sanctions in 2014 because of the count …"

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"… essionals looking to change careers. You must be authorized to work in the United States. The Center for Public Integrity is committed to hiring employees from di …"

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"… at more than 5,300 Nicaraguan immigrants living and working legally in the United States since 1999 will lose their Temporary Protected Status and work p …"

"… d Status, or TPS, that Cortez and 263,280 other Salvadorans already in the United States were granted way back in 2001. But no one knows quite what’s going to ha …"

"… nd pay for it themselves. The majority of the Salvadorans who were in the United States in 2001 had fled Central America to escape poverty and the violence of a b …"

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