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Donald Trump Fires Acting Attorney General Sally Yates Who Defied Him

Donald Trump Fires Acting Attorney General Sally Yates Who Defied Him

Repeated comments from President Trump and his advisers about barring Muslims from entering the United States were at the heart of the decision on Monday by the acting attorney general, Sally Q. Yates, to refuse to defend the president’s executive order on immigration, senior officials involved said. Within hours of alerting Justice Department lawyers of her decision, the White House summarily fired her late Monday night.

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‘Stranger Things’ Star David Harbour Won the SAG Awards With a Blistering Anti-Trump Speech

'Stranger Things' Star David Harbour Won the SAG Awards With a Blistering Anti-Trump Speech

Stranger Things won its first major prize of awards season at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night, and no one was happier than the young cast members: Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin and Noah Schnapp — who pretty much lost their minds as soon as the show's name was announced, making for the most adorable moment of the night...

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This Is Why People Are Deleting Uber After The Refugee Ban Protests

This Is Why People Are Deleting Uber After The Refugee Ban Protests

On Saturday night, as crowds protested President Donald Trump's immigration order at John F. Kennedy Airport, Uber turned off its "surge" function for New York City. By Sunday morning, people were tweeting "#DeleteUber" and sharing screenshots of themselves doing so on social media. So why did Uber's response to the JFK protests disappoint its users? And why did the reaction from Lyft, a lifelong competitor of Uber, provoke the opposite reaction?

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Countries Under U.S. Entry Ban Aren’t Main Sources of Terror Attacks

Countries Under U.S. Entry Ban Aren’t Main Sources of Terror Attacks

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump’s executive order to temporarily ban entry from seven Middle Eastern and African countries states that it is intended to “protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals admitted to the United States.” However, few of the dozens of plots in the U.S. during and after 2001 were attempted or carried out by suspects who came from the countries targeted under the ban.

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