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Man facing deportation gets extension after clergy support

Clergy supports deporteeA man who entered the U.S. illegally more than 25 years ago received a 60-day extension Friday to seek a stay of deportation after several dozen members of the clergy and a U.S. senator showed their support by marching to a federal building in Newark, New Jersey.

Cardinal Joseph Tobin, the Archbishop of Newark, New Jersey's largest Roman Catholic archdiocese, and New Jersey U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez were among those who rallied in support of Catalino Guerrero on Friday.

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San Francisco Asks Federal Judge to Block Trump’s Order on Sanctuary Cities

SF challenges ban on sanctuary citiesSan Francisco has asked a federal judge to block President Trump’s order threatening to deny federal funding to sanctuary cities that don’t actively pursue undocumented immigrants. City authorities on Wednesday asked U.S. District Judge William H. Orrick for a preliminary injunction against the president’s executive order until a lawsuit against it can be heard.

The city’s motion argued that Trump’s order infringes on the sovereignty of cities and exceeds the president’s authority. City Attorney Dennis Herrera described Trump as a “bully” for threatening to withhold federal funding for public aid programs.

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1M without power in Mich., N.Y., Ohio after windstorms

windstormsHundreds of thousands of people were without power Thursday after windstorms struck cities around Lake Erie.

The weather across the area Wednesday was sunny but winds of more than 60 mph caused damage across Michigan. Around 1 million people in the state lost power, at least temporarily. Three thousand power lines fell in southeastern Michigan, where a thus-far mild winter has created softer ground, leading to the uprooting of trees. More than 875,000 electricity customers statewide were without power Thursday morning.

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Gay veterans: We've been denied spot in Boston St. Patrick's parade

OutVetsGay veterans who marched in Boston's 2015 St. Patrick's Day parade after decades of resistance from organizers say they have been denied a spot in this year's event.

The veterans group, OutVets, said on their Facebook page that the reason for the denial is unclear, but "one can only assume it's because we are LGBTQ."

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Hawaii to file lawsuit against Trump's new travel order

Hawaii to file lawsuit against new travel banHawaii is reportedly planning to file a lawsuit Wednesday against President Trump's revised travel plan.

Attorneys for the state said in court filings they will request in a motion Wednesday that a federal judge issue a temporary restraining order blocking the president's new travel ban, CNN reported.

"To be sure, the new executive order covers fewer people than the old one," Neal Katyal, one of the state's lead attorneys, said in an interview with CNN.

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More bomb threats called in to U.S. Jewish locations

JCC's bomb threatsWhile New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, police, and faith leaders were gathering on Staten Island to address a recent spate of bomb threats, five more were called into Jewish locations around the country — including one at the Anti-Defamation League's office in the city, officials said.

“These are coming in at unprecedented rate,” said Robert Boyce, the NYPD’s chief of detectives. Boyce did not immediately provide details of the most recent threats since the investigations were just beginning.

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WikiLeaks publishes trove purportedly taken from CIA

CEO Director PompeoWikiLeaks on Tuesday published thousands of documents purportedly taken from the Central Intelligence Agency's Center for Cyber Intelligence, a dramatic release that appears to provide an eye-opening look at the intimate details of America's cyberespionage toolkit.

The dump of more than 8,000 documents could not immediately be authenticated by The Associated Press and the CIA declined comment, but WikiLeaks has a long track record of releasing top secret government documents. Experts who've started to sift through the material said it appeared legitimate — and that the release was almost certain to shake the CIA.

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