The president had said Wednesday he would consider sending Saipov to Guantanamo Bay. But that avenue appeared closed after prosecutors brought terrorism charges against the Uzbek immigrant in federal court in New York on Wednesday.
By Rebecca Beitsch, Stateline
Puerto Rican teachers who fled Hurricane Maria's aftermath often relocate to states with school staff shortages, but tests, fees and certificates create roadblocks to getting these instructors back in the classroom.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The State Department said Wednesday it would begin revoking passports of registered child sex offenders and will require them to apply for a new one that carries a "unique identifier" of their status.
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By Ben Fox, Associated Press
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he would consider sending the suspect in the New York bike path attack to the Guantanamo Bay detention center. But just a few hours later, the government filed federal terrorism charges against suspect Sayfullo Saipov,…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
The repeal means bank customers will still be subject to what are known as mandatory arbitration clauses, which effectively waive the customer's right to sue.
By Joshua Barajas, Phil Hirschkorn
The suspect in Tuesday's fatal truck attack in New York City faces two counts of federal terrorism charges, prosecutors said Wednesday night.
By Luis Alonso Lugo, Associated Press
Rep. Bennie G. Thompson of Mississippi, the top Democrat on the Homeland Security Committee, who had invited Cruz to testify, told reporters he was given no explanation for the postponement.
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By Larisa Epatko
The CIA declassified Wednesday hundreds of thousands of documents seized in the 2011 raid of Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. They included a hand-written journal of the slain al-Qaida leader and video of his son’s wedding.
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