Judge Says Ken Cuccinelli Was Appointed Unlawfully To Top Immigration Post

The ruling by a federal judge on Sunday invalidates two directives issued by Cuccinelli at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services that were designed to tighten federal asylum guidelines. (Image credit: Samuel Corum/Getty Images)
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China's factories just had a historically terrible month

China's factories are reeling from the novel coronavirus outbreak.
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China's factories just had a historically terrible month because of the coronavirus

China's factories are reeling from the novel coronavirus outbreak.
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Joe Biden is now the youngest man vying for the Democratic presidential nomination

With former Mayor Pete Buttigieg and billionaire Tom Steyer dropping out of the Democratic presidential race on Sunday, the youngest male candidate standing is ... 77-year-old Joe Biden, The Daily Beast's Sam Stein points out. Steyer, 62, was at the younger end of the remaining field and Buttigieg, 38, was the young end. The remaining men vying to face 73-year-old President Trump are Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt) and billionaire former Mayor Michael Bloomberg, both 78. To put that in perspectiv...
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China steps up visa threats against foreign reporters: media group

The Chinese government is threatening to remove visas from journalists as a weapon to intimidate foreign media "like never before", a press group said Monday, following the expulsion of three reporters last month. In its annual report, the Foreign Correspondents' Club of China said it also feared Beijing was preparing to kick out more reporters, with two journalists this year given working visas of only a single month. At least 12 correspondents received press credentials valid for six months ...
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United States: What Do Recent Changes To The California Consumer Privacy Act Mean For Employers? - Ius Laboris

Changes to California's Consumer Privacy Act have exempted employers from some of its more stringent requirements until January 2021
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North Korea 'fires two missiles in first test of the year'

South Korea's military says it is "monitoring for additional launches and maintaining readiness".
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China: Tips For Patent Withdrawal Procedure In China - Kangxin

Patent withdrawal refers to the applicant withdrawing the patent application from the CNIPA after filing the patent application but before the granting of a patent right.
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Switzerland: Navigating The Pitfalls Of Trade Secret Protection Under Swiss Law - Baer & Karrer

In today's economy, trade secrets are among the most valuable assets of companies, and so preventing trade secret theft is an increasing priority for authorities worldwide.
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Jacinda Ardern brushes off criticism from Peter Dutton on deportation stance

Australia’s home affairs minister had linked New Zealand prime minister’s comments to her upcoming re-election bidNew Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has brushed off criticism from Australia’s home affairs minister Peter Dutton, saying his policy decisions are “regrettable”.At her weekly news conference in Wellington on Monday, Ardern was scathing about Dutton’s criticism of her recent meeting with Scott Morrison, saying it was not her plain-talking that was to blame for increasing tension...
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Ovechkin nets pair of goals as Capitals beat Wild 4-3

Alex Ovechkin scored twice as part of a three-point night and the Washington Capitals ended a season-high four-game road slide by holding off the Minnesota Wild 4-3 on Sunday night. Richard Panik and Tom Wilson also scored, Evgeny Kuznetsov had two assists, and Braden Holtby stopped 37 shots for his fourth straight victory. Washington moved into a tie with Colorado for the league lead with 22 road wins.
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United States: NLRB Joint-Employer Rule Restores "Substantial Direct And Immediate Control" Test - Littler Mendelson

On February 25, 2020, the National Labor Relations Board released its long-awaited final rule regarding joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).
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Netherlands: New Working Holiday Programme For Japanese And Taiwanese Nationals In The Netherlands - Ius Laboris

From 1 April 2020 young people from Japan and Taiwan aged 18 to 30 can get to know Dutch culture and society on a working holiday international exchange programme of up to one yea
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Police Fatally Shoot Armed Man Inside California Catholic Church

(SANTA ANA, Calif.) — Santa Ana police officers fatally shot a armed man Sunday afternoon inside a Catholic church, the Orange County Register reported. The shooting took place shortly after the officers were flagged down at 4:20 p.m. and told someone inside Immaculate Heart of Mary Church had a gun, police Cpl. Anthony Bertagna said. The officers found the man with a gun inside the church, and then the shooting took place shortly thereafter, Bertagna said. The man ran outside with the gu...
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European Union: Starting March 1, Employers With Non-Dutch Employees Working In The Netherlands Must Provide Advance Notice - Littler Mendelson

Beginning March 1, 2020, employers in countries other than the Netherlands in the European Economic Area (EEA), and Switzerland
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Pence: It’s ‘Understandable’ Don Jr. Would Accuse Dems Of Hoping ‘Millions’ Die Of Coronavirus

The vice president asked Americans not to politicize the virus, even as he politicized it.
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Top brands accused of using forced Chinese labour

China is transferring tens of thousands of Uighur detainees out of internment camps and into factories that supply some of the world's leading brands, an Australian think tank said Monday. Top global brands such as Apple, BMW and Sony have been accused of getting supplies from factories using the forced labour, an explosive allegation that could reverberate in boardrooms across the world. The Australian Strategic Policy Institute said the Chinese government has transferred 80,000 or more Uighu...
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Pence Calls It ‘Understandable’ Don Jr. Accused Dems Of Hoping ‘Millions’ Die Of Coronavirus

In the interview with Jake Tapper, the vice president asked Americans not to politicize the virus—as he politicized it.
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Here are the 6 Democrats who are running for president

The 2020 election Democratic field is taking shape, with candidates revealing their intentions on a seemingly everyday basis. View the list of who is running for president.
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Lovin’ Spoonful Daydreams Come True as John Sebastian Goes All-In for Tribute Show

“I’m a happy idiot. What can I tell you?” This was John Sebastian, leaving the Alex Theatre in Glendale early Sunday morning after an epic Lovin’ Spoonful tribute show that lasted four hours, with the hall’s overtime fees accumulating as the group’s mostly reunited lineup got in one last “Daydream” right after the midnight hour. […]
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Report: Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder to complete trilogy in July

The heavyweights will once again meet, five months after Fury dominated Wilder.
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Canada: 2019 Artificial Intelligence Year In Review - Bereskin & Parr LLP

2019 saw many notable developments related to the patenting of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
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Coronavirus latest: Cofidis sports director Damiani's frustration at continued UAE hotel lockdown

Roberto Damiani suggests he may go on hunger strike if situation in Abu Dhabi doesn't improve
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North Korea fires two projectiles in first launches for three months

Move comes after expiry of unilateral deadline Pyongyang set Washington to offer it fresh concessions on sanctions relief North Korea has fired two unidentified projectiles, the South’s military said, weeks after Pyongyang declared its moratorium on long-range missile tests over.The two devices were over the sea from the Wonsan area on the east coast, the South’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said. They could not immediately confirm how far the projectiles flew or whether the weapons were ballistic or r...
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First case confirmed in New York

The first novel coronavirus cases were reported in Florida and New York on Sunday while officials in Washington state confirmed the second US death from the outbreak.
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United States: Choosing The Right Forensic Tool To Make Your Investigation The Most Efficient And Productive - Cobwebs Technologies

Using the right cyber forensic tools is the best way to meet the challenge of any cyber investigation, especially when you want to be as fast and productive as possible.
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Coronavirus: Stocks rise as central banks pledge support

Shares head higher as the Bank of Japan joins the US Federal Reserve in promising to prop up markets.
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Mayor Pete Flew Sky High

Never minimize the altitude that this young gay pioneer reached.
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Klobuchar cancels campaign event after protestors occupy stage

Sen. Amy Klobuchar's campaign announced they would cancel a Sunday evening campaign event after dozens of protestors took the stage and would not leave inside a high school gym in St. Louis Park, Minnesota.
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