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The effort would run afoul of a 1982 Supreme Court case guaranteeing access to public schools.
The historic deal paves the way for a transition to a civilian-led government.
Her 22-year-long companion thought there would only be a few local well-wishers.
The financial markets signaled the possibility of a U.S. recession this week.
Danish politicians from across the spectrum reacted with bewilderment, ridicule and outright anger.
The film was enough to cement his place in popular culture.
Not much can be done about it because the vultures are migratory birds protected by federal law.
The church has urged its members to provide living spaces for migrants and support them in the courts.
Authorities were investigating whether they were deliberately placed to frighten people.
The decision by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to deny entrance had sparked widespread criticism.
U.S. taxpayers could be on the hook for more than $200 million in damages.
The former South Carolina governor is best known for his 2009 revelation of an extramarital affair.
Trump’s reaction displays his disinclination to use his office to promote democracy around the world.
The Trump administration claimed the rules said nothing about allowing children to sleep or have soap.
Before the decision, Trump tweeted “it would show great weakness” if Israel allowed them to visit.
Pilots would be required instead to take a computer-based training course at home or in a classroom.
A nightmare scenario has turned into a global aviation chess game of the highest stakes.
Such breaks can occur in those who hang themselves, but are more common in victims of homicide.
Six police officers who were struck by gunfire have been released from hospitals.
On Wednesday, a rare realignment in interest rates intensified those worries as stocks plunged.