President Trump’s administration can withhold millions of dollars in law
enforcement funds from states and cities that refuse to cooperate with
federal immigration authorities, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Wednesday.
Democratic presidential hopefuls spread out across South Carolina on
Thursday ahead of the state’s primary election on Saturday – their first
big test with African-American voters.
Republican activists in South Carolina are urging party voters to do the
seemingly unthinkable: support U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders’ bid for the
White House in the state’s Democratic primary on Saturday. The unusual
effort is aimed at exposing what the activists see as flaws in the Southern
state’s open primary system – and at boosting the candidate many
Republicans view as the easiest rival for Republican President Donald Trump
to beat in November.
The number of new coronavirus infections inside China – the source of the
outbreak – was for the first time overtaken by fresh cases elsewhere on
Wednesday, with Italy and Iran emerging as epicenters of the rapidly
The Federal Reserve, long criticized for being too white and male, crossed
a substantial milestone last year: for the first time in its 107-year
history, white men held fewer than half of board seats at the Fed’s 12
The coronavirus’ rapid spread in Iran, Italy, South Korea and elsewhere
left alarmed governments and people across the globe rushing on Thursday to
implement emergency measures.
The United States on Thursday granted a license to allow for certain
humanitarian trade transactions with Iran’s sanctioned central bank, a move
it said was in step with the formalization of a Swiss humanitarian aid
Iran said on Thursday its death toll from coronavirus had risen to 26, the
highest number of fatalities from the virus outside China, and the total
number of infected people now stood at 245, including several senior
officials. The outbreak prompted authorities to call off Friday prayers in
several cities including Tehran, state TV later reported, while state news
agency IRNA said Iran has banned Chinese citizens from entering the
At least 32 people have been killed in the deadliest violence to engulf
India’s capital New Delhi for decades as a heavy deployment of security
forces brought an uneasy calm on Thursday.
Iraqi politicians failed to agree on a new government, prolonging deadlock
that has failed to resolve unprecedented mass unrest and has stalled the
country’s recovery from years of war.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday confirmed an
infection in California that would represent the first U.S. person to
contract the virus despite not visiting a foreign country recently or
coming in contact with an infected patient.
Iran says it won’t quarantine towns and cities, despite recording the most
deaths from the novel coronavirus outside China.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday said Filipino forces can
fight insurgents and Muslim extremists without American military help, in a
defense of his recent decision to terminate a U.S. security pact.
A cruise ship from the Miami-based cruise line MSC Cruises has been denied
entry to the Cayman Islands and Jamaica amid fears of the novel
A woman in her 40s living in Japan tested positive for the coronavirus for
a second time on Wednesday, less than four weeks after recovering from her
The president of Belarus said Thursday that his country is “being forced
into integration” with Russia and insisted that real integration of the two
countries’ economies implied “sovereignty and independence” for Belarus.
China is making U.S. lobster eligible for a tariff reduction, good news for
lobster fishermen who lost a key export market during trade hostilities,
Maine’s congressional delegation announced Tuesday.
A year after asylum-seekers and other migrants overwhelmed U.S. immigration
authorities at the southern border, the Border Patrol is opening a
processing facility in Texas that officials say could help it better care
for detainees following outcry last year over young children and adults
held in squalid, crowded conditions.
Walt Disney Co.’s theme parks, resorts and cruise line will serve
Impossible Foods’ plant-based meat burgers, the companies said on Tuesday,
a new win for the vegan patty maker that is broadening its reach across
Snow has fallen in mountainous parts of Tasmania, rounding out a summer of
dramatic weather changes in Australia.
After 100 years, the US House of Representatives has overwhelming voted to
make lynching a federal hate crime in the country.
An explosion at the Marathon Refinery, which is located in Carson near Los
Angeles, led to a huge fire that crews battled to put out overnight into
Two more patients have tested positive for coronavirus in England, bringing
the total number of UK cases to 15.
The Mississippi Republican Party is welcoming some new members and all of
them were elected public offices as Democrats or Independents in this most
recent election cycle.
Just over a quarter of surveyed Americans between the ages of 54-73 believe
there is no amount of money that could sit in their savings account that
would make them feel comfortable retiring. Many millennials (14.4%) and
generation Z (15.2%) respondents shared the same sentiment.
The International Olympic Committee and Japanese organizers of the 2020
Tokyo Olympics are continuing to prepare for the summer games as planned.
Mid-Day Snapshot · Feb. 27, 2020
Headlines – 2/27/2020
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