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Former US VP Joe Biden described in a speech, the difficulties still faced by many transgender people.
President Donald Trump is deploying an outside and inside strategy to fulfill his campaign promise to repeal and replace Obamacare, sources said.
The government has not said where the wall will be built, though notices suggest a new wall could replace existing fencing that stretches about 700 miles of the roughly 2,000-mile border.
If confirmed by the Senate, Shanahan would replace Robert Work, who has remained in his role in a temporary capacity since Barack Obama left office.
The Republican leader vowed to fight the "terrible" decision, to the Supreme Court if necessary, describing it as "unprecedented judicial overreach."
The Senate formally endorsed Coats, a moderate Republican who represented Indiana in the body until the beginning of January, by a vote of 85 to 12.
India-born Preet Bharara, the former federal prosecutor who was fired by the Trump administration after he refused to resign, will be temporarily replaced by his deputy until another is nominated.
U.S. President Trump is set to formally announce a review of vehicle fuel efficiency rules locked in at the end of the Obama administration when he meets with automaker chiefs this week, sources said.
H-1B work visa and employment-based green card categories are often not consistent with their purposes as they do not bring in computer scientists but only mid-level management workers, sources said.
Trump was asked in an interview on Fox News' Fox and Friends if he believed Obama was responsible for the town-hall protests against Republicans this month.
The order 'Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda', directed that each government agency shall establish a regulation reform officer and a task force within 60 days to carry out reforms.
The Trump administration has dismissed as "absurd" any correlation between Trump's remarks on immigrants and the Kansas shooting incident that resulted in the death of an Indian engineer.
Sessions issued a memo replacing one issued last August by then deputy attorney general Sally Yates, reversing an Obama administration directive to phase out their use.
Without the directive, it will be up to states to interpret federal anti-discrimination law and determine whether students should have access to restrooms in accordance with their gender identity.
A ban that focuses solely on foreigners who have never entered the U.S. — instead of green card holders or who have travelled abroad and want to return — that pose no legal issues could be filed.