Foreign Policy and National Security

USCIS Special Immigrant Juvenile Policy Blocked, For Now

A Washington federal judge on Wednesday granted class certification to a group of young migrants challenging a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services rule change making it more difficult for them to get special protections, and temporarily blocked the agency from implementing the policy in the Evergreen State…

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Trump Org. Evaded Panama Taxes, Says Filing In Hotel Case

The Trump Organization cheated the government, kept shoddy financial records and lied about the business performance of a Trump-branded luxury hotel in Panama, according to a Monday filing in New York federal court that’s part of an ongoing case over alleged mismanagement of the hotel…

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Trump Threatens Mexico With 25% Tariff To Stem Immigration

The Trump administration on Thursday announced that it would impose an escalating tariff of up to 25% on all goods imported from Mexico unless the country does more to reduce the flow of migrants across the U.S. southern border…

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Ex-SocGen Exec A Fugitive For Staying In France, Judge Says

A former Societe Generale SA executive who allegedly helped falsify the Paris bank’s submissions to the London Interbank Offered Rate was deemed a fugitive Wednesday by a New York federal court, which said the accused banker can’t fight the case if she stays in France…

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