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Trump’s immigrant wealth test cleared by Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court cleared President Donald Trump’s administration to start enforcing its new immigrant wealth test, designed to screen out green card applicants seen as being at risk of becoming dependent on government benefits.

In a 5-4 vote along ideological lines, the court blocked a New York federal judge’s ruling that was keeping the policy from taking effect while a legal fight goes forward.

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Federal prosecutors in NY and FBI ask to interview Prince Andrew as part of Epstein investigation

“The Southern District of New York and the FBI have contacted Prince Andrew’s attorneys and requested to interview Prince Andrew, and to date, Prince Andrew has provided zero cooperation,” Berman said while standing on the front doorstep of Epstein’s former East 71st Street mansion on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where you can still see where the initials “J.E.” were pasted on the inner wall.

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Mizzou students required to install location tracking app so college can ‘pinpoint’ them

New students at the University of Missouri will be required to participate in a tracking program designed to measure and enforce class attendance, according to a new report from The Kansas City Star.

Despite privacy concerns, officials defended the decision as one to the benefit of students, as the school’s athletics department has already been using the same app, SpotterEdu, to track certain student-athletes.

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Bill de Blasio sued for $1B over rape, murder of elderly woman by illegal immigrant

He’s being sued for $1 billion over the rape and murder of an elderly woman. And it’s going to get interesting.

The suit indicates that D&A Investigations Inc. (Fla) represents victims of a $1 billion claim against Bill de Blasio aka Warren Wilhelm, (Individually) Mayor of New York City, and the City of New York (Sovereign entity) conspired to attack, rape and murder 92-year-old Maria Fuertes.

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Swamp sabotage: Alexander Vindman’s brother, Yevgeny, clears publications by NSC officials

A source close to the Trump administration informs Breitbart News that Army Lt. Col. Yevgeny Vindman, a senior ethics lawyer for the National Security Council (NSC), is in charge of reviewing all publications by current and former NSC officials.

The official added that Yevgeny Vindman could have seen former National Security Advisor John Bolton’s draft manuscript after it was submitted for prepublication review at the end of December.

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Disgrace in the Senate: Nadler accuses Trump of being a ‘dictator’

House Judiciary Chairman on Wednesday accused President Donald Trump of being a “dictator” on the Senate floor during his closing arguments.

Nadler, who is a House manager in the Senate trial, said, “He is a dictator. This must not stand, and that is … another reason he (Trump) must be removed from office,” during his closing arguments.

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