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Daniel Levine

U.S. arrests Mexican immigrant in Seattle covered by Obama program

Feb 14 2017

SAN FRANCISCO U.S. authorities have arrested an immigrant from Mexico who was brought to the United States illegally as a child and later given a work permit during the Obama administration in what could be the first detention of its kind under President Donald Trump.

Erneute Schlappe Trumps im Streit über Einreiseverbote

Feb 10 2017

San Francisco US-Präsident Donald Trump hat mit seinem umstrittenen Einreiseverbot erneut eine Niederlage vor Gericht erlitten.

Trump feuert Ministerin - Kritik auch aus Wirtschaft

Jan 31 2017

Washington US-Präsident Donald Trump geht rigoros gegen regierungsinterne Kritiker vor: Er entließ am Montag die geschäftsführende Justizministerin Sally Yates, nur Stunden nachdem diese die Einreiseverbote für Bürger aus sieben muslimischen Ländern als Bruch mit Recht und Gesetz angeprangert hatte.

State of Washington says to sue to stop Trump immigration order

Jan 30 2017

SAN FRANCISCO The state of Washington will challenge U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order banning immigration from some Muslim-majority states in federal court, Attorney General Bob Ferguson said on Monday.

Wife of Orlando nightclub gunman arrested on federal charges

Jan 16 2017

SAN FRANCISCO The FBI on Monday arrested the wife of the gunman who killed 49 people at an Orlando gay nightclub last year, a massacre that intensified fears about attacks against Americans inspired by Islamic State, officials said. | Video

Japan drugmaker Takeda to fight $6 billion damages awarded by U.S. jury

Apr 08 2014

SAN FRANCISCO/TOKYO Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd said it would contest $6 billion in punitive damages imposed by a jury in the United States in a case that accused Japan's largest drugmaker of concealing cancer risks associated with its Actos diabetes drug.

Japan drugmaker Takeda to fight $6 billion damages imposed by U.S. jury

Apr 08 2014

SAN FRANCISCO/TOKYO Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd said it would contest $6 billion in punitive damages imposed by a U.S. federal jury in a case alleging that Japan's largest drugmaker had concealed cancer risks associated with its Actos diabetes drug.

World News

Three in custody in France following Nice attack

A third person was taken into custody in France in connection with a knife attack which left three dead in Nice on Thursday, a police source said on Saturday, as the government ramps up security efforts against possible militant attacks.