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Keith Schiller has worked for Trump for nearly two decades.
Several thousand people a week will begin losing their legal right to work in the U.S. as of March 6.
Each year on average, the flood insurance program pays out $3 billion more than it collects in premiums.
The end of September or it’s back to the drawing board
Hurricane Harvey makes it harder
They’re requesting Temporary Protected Status for immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador.
The Pentagon revealed that roughly 11,000 U.S. troops are currently deployed in Afghanistan.
Houston has less slope than a shower floor.
100 or so militants billed themselves as a security force for progressive counter-protesters.
A state law was adopted prohibiting cities from setting higher minimum wages than the state.
Economists say there aren’t millions of unemployed people looking for construction jobs.
As many as 13 million people, from Houston to New Orleans, were under flood watches and warnings.
The storm delayed 6,309 flights across the country and forced the cancellation of 4,528 flights.
“Our town ain’t never going to be the same,” police officer Eli Ramos said as he started a patrol.
Winds more than 100 mph and torrential rains
Arpaio, 85, was convicted in July of criminal contempt
The punishment comes two days after the Navy announced a suspension of operations around the globe.
Trump fills Phoenix with racially charged language, accusing media and fellow Republicans of failings
As protesters massed on the streets of Phoenix, he unleashed a vitriolic, 76-minute speech.
According to the NRA, the legislation is aimed at improving hunting access on public lands.
Rep. Scott Peters suggested the investigation could be done by the House Armed Services Committee.