TIME - Top Stories
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S. An early draft of the memos reported by the Associated Press called for the mobilization of up to 100,000 National Guard troops for immigration enforcement, though that was not included in these memos. But the memos do make clear that the Department considers any and every undocumented immigrant that crosses paths with enforcement officials to be eligible for removal, a vast shift from Obama Administration policy, which prioritized the removal of criminals and threats to national security. Homeland Security will also expand the list of immigrants who are subject to speedy removal from the U.S. when caught crossing the border illegally. The memos also allow agents to send people who cross from Mexico and Canada back to either nation, regardless of their home country. While the Trump Administration has made clear it will be tough on immigrants caught in the U.
Sputnik International
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A new report from Transparency International (TI) shows that Daesh have taken advantage of corruption in their efforts to recruit and retain disillusioned members, even as they use corrupt practices to channel funds and smuggle arms, drugs, and people.
Bristol Post
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Anti-cuts protestors brought Tuesday's budget meeting in Bristol to a grinding halt.They began heckling shortly after Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees started delivering his budget speech.He began by saying they were getting a grip on the council's budget despite the problems over Government cuts and soaring operating costs.He added that Bristol was not alone in having to face tough decisions.But then came shouts from the public gallery of Fight the cuts! Fight the cuts!Mr Rees responded by...
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They are a complete team. So it's the most successful team in Europe in terms of scoring goals. So, a tough draw. I'm looking forward to playing against them. So just compliment because they are a real, real good team.
BBC News 24
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So I haven't really got a lot to go on. One of the hardest things will be maintaining morale as each long day's march goes by. They have just been for a two-hour march. They will have to do up to nine hours a day once in the Antarctic, carrying everything they need along with them. It will be very, very tough, which is why they need to practise in conditions as harsh as these. There are seven Ice Maidens.
Sky News
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Children don't vote. They don't tend to have a voice in society, so it is important that we and others speak out where things are getting particularly tough. We are increasingly worried that wages are static.
The Northern Echo
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THE next generation of football referees are to be better protected following the launch of a ‘Get Toughpolicy to tackle anyone who abuses, insults or intimidates match officials.
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The Trump people have clearly bought into the model of harsh enforcement. They apparently think, 2018we'll be tough, and a lot of people will leave on their own,' said Martin, an immigration law professor at the University of Virginia. They believe they'll win in the court of public opinion. I'm not sure about that. A lot of Americans know hard-working undocumented immigrants. The kind of enforcement Trump's people are talking about will visibly create many more sympathetic cases than unsympathetic ones. The White House has said the memos are still under review, with final versions expected on Tuesday. And some of the provisions explicitly acknowledge that it could take years before DHS has the manpower and money to pull off what the president has ordered. Immigration enforcement agents, however, have already begun filling the policy void by launching raids and deportations, including some that advocates worry are meant to test the limits.
TIME - Top Stories
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Losing weight is tough, but keeping off the weight over time is even harder. The vast majority of people who lose weight gain it back, which is why weight loss maintenance is an area scientists and doctors are always looking into. Now, in a new study, researchers suggest that special programs designed for weight loss maintenance are critical for helping people reach and sustain their weight goals . After people lose a substantial amount of weight, they tend to regain it at a rate of about 2 to four 4 lbs. a year, say researchers of a new study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine . To assess whether a post-weight loss program could help people prevent the weight from creeping back, the researchers split 222 people into two groups. All together, they'd lost an average of 16 lbs. during a 16-week weight loss program. Then, about half were assigned to a program that focused on helping them maintain the weight they lostthey had frequent phone calls with experts who talked to them about how to stick to their diet in social situations where temptation may be strong, told them to weigh themselves frequently and asked them about the good things that have happened to them as a result of their weight loss, and so forth.
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HONG KONGThe list of countries and international institutions the new U.S. president and his cabinet have affronted in just three weeksChina, Germany, Mexico, Australia, France, Iran, the United Nations, the European Union and others ― should indicate how far this administration is willing to go in talking tough with the rest of the world. In response, the world should now get tough with America, and let it know that the global majority will no longer be pushed around. The protests in London Monday against the British governments decision to offer U.S. President Donald Trump a full state visit should put the U.S. on notice that people around the world are not going to stand by and allow their governments to give America a free pass despite its unacceptable actions. Governments around the world should be emboldened and no longer fearful of standing up to America ― unlike the U.
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Forbes
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Critical conversations are never fun, but they can be positive growth opportunities for both managers and employees alike.
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.. I think the minister said earlier, we are presently operating under unsettling circumstances where we are in the European Union, and we rely... The Prime Minister has regularly set, which yes, from European councils, it has been great to be able to tough sanctions against Russia imposed by the European Union. If we were the Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker, a great pleasure to follow the honourable gentleman.
Politico
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“We think what happens with these speech codes and the chilling of free speech on campus is un-American. It's wrong. And he's brave to stand up in those situations.” Offered an opportunity to back away from his characterization of Yiannopoulos as “brave” by “Morning Joepanelist Mike Barnicle, Schlapp refused and reiterated that the Breitbart editor’s remarks would have been focused on campus speech. Further, Schlapp said, Yiannopoulos would have been forced to face tough questions from a moderator. CPAC attendees come to the event seeking frank discussions, Schlapp said, something the conference organizers were seeking to offer by booking Yiannopoulos. “It's important for folks to understand that the conservatives who assemble at CPAC expect to talk about the things that they see on their television sets and they read about. And it's not all pleasant,” Schlapp said.
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The TV personality speaks exclusively to "GMA" about how she is dealing with the tough times.
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