The U.S. Supreme Court seemed likely to side with noncitizens seeking a more favorable immigration status by allowing them to challenge in federal court administrative decisions that went against them.
Information tied to any compromise agreements that former President Donald Trump made with the IRS over his personal and business tax returns must be released, even though the underlying returns are protected, a federal court ruled.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer told fellow Democrats he’s still aiming to pass President Biden’s nearly $2 trillion economic package before Christmas, a goal that is increasingly challenged by competing priorities that include raising the debt ceiling and the divisions in the party over the massive tax and spending plan.
The labor dispute threatening Major League Baseball’s season next year comes down to the same issue that’s roiled manufacturing unions in recent years: a pay structure where young workers may never make as much as those with more tenure.
The Justice Department sued Texas to block a new redistricting plan for congressional seats, alleging it was crafted to intentionally diminish the power of Black and Latino voters after the 2020 Census.
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