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Joseph Ax

Feb 24 2017

One month in, anti-Trump movement shows signs of sustained momentum

BRANCHBURG, N.J./VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. U.S. Representative Leonard Lance, who has held more than 40 town hall-style meetings with constituents in his central New Jersey district, has never faced a crowd like he did on Wednesday.

Feb 16 2017

New Jersey judge again backs 'Bridgegate' complaint against Christie

NEW YORK A New Jersey judge has ruled for the second time that a citizen's criminal complaint against Governor Chris Christie over the "Bridgegate" scandal can move forward.

Feb 16 2017

New Jersey judge again backs 'Bridgegate' complaint against Christie

NEW YORK A New Jersey judge has ruled for the second time that a citizen's criminal complaint against Governor Chris Christie over the "Bridgegate" scandal can move forward.

Feb 16 2017

Protests call for U.S. immigrants to stay home from work, school

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, Feb 16 Activists are calling on immigrants to protest President Donald Trump's tough stance on immigration by staying home from work or school on Thursday, not shopping and not eating out, in an effort to highlight the vital role they play in U.S. society.

Feb 13 2017

Peruvian woman can be deported from U.S. for voting illegally: court

A Peruvian woman who voted illegally in two U.S. elections in 2006 can be deported as a result, a federal appeals court ruled Monday, despite her claim that she registered to vote only after a motor vehicle department clerk said she was free to do so.

Feb 10 2017

Indiana governor pardons man whom Pence would not

A man who served 10 years in prison after being wrongly convicted of armed robbery thanked Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb on Friday for granting him a pardon that had been denied to him by former governor and current Vice President Mike Pence.

Feb 10 2017

LeBeouf's anti-Trump New York exhibit shuttered over safety concerns

NEW YORK A New York City museum has shut down an exhibit protesting U.S. President Donald Trump co-created by actor Shia LaBeouf, saying the installation titled "HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US" had triggered threats of violence and endangered public safety.

Feb 08 2017

Advocacy groups sue Trump over '1 for 2' U.S. regulations order

Several advocacy groups have sued the Trump administration over the president's executive order to U.S. agencies to rescind two government regulations for every new rule introduced, according to a court document filed on Wednesday.

Feb 08 2017

Trump accuser follows Cosby playbook by pursuing defamation suit

NEW YORK When former reality television contestant Summer Zervos accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct last fall, she pursued her claims solely in the court of public opinion, since the allegations dated too far back to allow a lawsuit.

Feb 08 2017

Trump accuser follows Cosby playbook by pursuing defamation suit

NEW YORK When former reality television contestant Summer Zervos accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct last fall, she pursued her claims solely in the court of public opinion, since the allegations dated too far back to allow a lawsuit.

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