A Russian court sentenced a US-Israeli woman to seven and a half years in jail for drug offenses on Friday, a ruling Israel condemned as disproportionate and which her family said Moscow had linked to the fate of a Russian citizen detained in Israel.
Federal judges in three US states temporarily blocked Donald Trump’s policy to deny green cards to many immigrants who use Medicaid, food stamps and other government benefits, dealing a setback to one of the president’s most aggressive moves yet to cut legal immigration and make it more based on employment skills than family ties.
Since January, the US government has ordered 13,000 migrants under 18, including more than 400 infants, to wait with their families in Mexico for US immigration court hearings, a Reuters analysis of government data found.
As organizations increasingly turn to the cloud to store data, a new global study from Thales, with research from the Ponemon Institute, revealed that only a third (32 percent) of organizations employ a security-first approach to data storage in the cloud.
US President Donald Trump’s push to investigate his top 2020 rival, Joe Biden, has been rejected by several key Republicans, who think the presidential office should not be used to smear a political opponent.