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  1. Ahead of court ruling, Census Bureau seeks citizenship data

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceMar 07 8:34 AM

    Under a proposed plan, the Department of Homeland Security would provide the Census Bureau with a broad swath of personal data about noncitizens, including ...

  2. Amid clouds of dust, border wall prototypes are demolished

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceFeb 27 23:26 PM

    For detractors, they were monuments to wasted taxpayer dollars and a misguided display of aggression toward Mexico and immigrants seeking a new home in the United States ...

  3. The surprise arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer in December quickly turned the executive, Meng Wanzhou, into a central figure in a trade war between two economic superpowers.

  4. Border agency watchdog looking into caravan database

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceMar 07 23:48 PM

    Customs and Border Protection compiled information on dozens of people that included passport and social media photos, dates of birth, personal information and their suspected ...

  5. Huawei Sues U.S. Over Equipment Ban, Escalating Legal Clash

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceMar 07 3:24 AM

    The lawsuit is aimed at a U.S. statute that blocks government agencies from using equipment from Huawei and its domestic rival ZTE Corp., according to a complaint filed in federal court in Texas ...

  6. National Press Club Fights Effort To Deport Award-Winning Reporter

    PR Newswire via Yahoo FinanceMar 07 15:56 PM

    WASHINGTON, March 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Press Club and its non-profit Journalism Institute on Thursday announced plans to remobilize a broad coalition of press freedom ...

  7. A spokesperson from Customs and Border Protection said the Department of Homeland Security inspector general was investigating the previous report about the database ...

  8. It comes after Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's CFO, filed legal proceedings against Canadian authorities alleging they arrested, detained and searched her in violation of her constitutional rights ...

  9. The scheme was carried out from August to October of last year and involved $840,000, prosecutors said. The government said the scheme was aimed at a Federal Emergency Management Agency ...

  10. Trump’s commercial aviation policies in 2017 included additional screening of passengers on international flights, but weren’t the driver of the “good news,” industry experts pointed ...