DOJ to appeal San Fran DACA ruling, will ask Supreme Court to end program

The Justice Department on Tuesday said it plans to appeal a lower-court ruling that blocked the Trump administration from ending an Obama-era program aimed at shielding immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children from deportation.

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Senate Dems need one more vote to push ahead with bid to reverse FCC's net neutrality ruling

Senate Democrats said Tuesday that they were one Republican vote away from a 51-member majority needed to push ahead with efforts to overrule the FCC reversal of net neutrality regulations.

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4 South Carolina officers shot; 1 fighting for his life

One of four South Carolina law enforcement officers shot Tuesday morning was fighting for his life, as a report found that the suspected triggerman was found with several “long guns” and was previously arrested for assaulting an officer.

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DHS asked prosecutors to consider charging sanctuary city leaders

The Department of Homeland Security has asked federal prosecutors to examine the possibility of bringing criminal charges against leaders of so-called sanctuary cities, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told lawmakers Tuesday.

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Ann Curry could exact revenge on Matt Lauer in first TV interview since his 'Today' firing

Ann Curry has done a lot since she was pushed out by disgraced anchor Matt Lauer from the "Today" show in 2015.

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