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Federal judge halts Biden administration from revoking Title 42 immigration enforcement

Kentucky New Era 21 May 2022
(The Center Square) – A federal judge in Louisiana on Friday stopped the Biden administration from revoking Title 42, a public health authority that allows illegal immigrants to be quickly deported during a health emergency like the COVID-19 pandemic ... We will continue to fight the Biden administration’s open border policies.
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PAS delegation visits Town Hall

The News International 21 May 2022
LAHORE.A 39-member delegation of probationary officers of the Pakistan Administrative Services (PAS) visited the Metropolitan Corporation Lahore (MCL) Town Hall on Friday. The delegation, including female officers, ...
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China's State Council appoints John Lee as HKSAR chief executive

People Daily 21 May 2022
BEIJING, May 20 (Xinhua) -- The State Council, China's cabinet, decided at a meeting Friday to appoint John Lee as the sixth-term chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR). Lee will assume office on July 1, 2022 ... Lee will assume office on July 1, 2022 ... Lee will assume office on July 1, 2022.
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Candidates congratulate opponents, thank supporters

Daily Advance 21 May 2022
Gray said she is aware of some changes that the Administrative Office of the Courts has made to the role of the office of Clerk of Superior Court in the near two years she has been away from the office ... Administrative Office of the Courts and their duties are mandated by state law.
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AG's office: Not currently investigating governor's office

The Roanoke Times 21 May 2022
(AP) — The Kentucky attorney general’s office says it is not currently investigating the governor’s office but claims that Gov ... A letter from Deputy Attorney General Victor Maddox and a separate statement from the AG's office confirmed the existence of at least one previous investigation involving Beshear’s administration.
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Federal judge blocks Biden administration from lifting Title 42 for now

Henry Herald 21 May 2022
Since taking office, President Joe Biden's administration has continued to rely on Title 42, a public health authority invoked at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic that allows border officials to turn migrants away at the US-Mexico border ... "Our office will continue to do ...
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Chicago cop who shot 13-year-old relieved of police powers

The Roanoke Times 21 May 2022
CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago officer who shot and seriously wounded a 13-year-old boy who ran away after being pulled over while driving a stolen vehicle was relieved of his police powers Friday, officials said ... The officer had already been placed on administrative duties while the Civilian Office of Police Accountability investigates the shooting.
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Biden, South Korean leader to consult on how to check NKorea

Caledonian Record 21 May 2022
Bodycam video shows officer save infant ... At the start of the administration, many White House officials thought that Kim’s nuclear ambitions would prove to be perhaps the administration’s most vexing challenge and that the North Korean leader would aim to test Biden’s mettle early in his time in office.
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Public meetings

Index-Journal 21 May 2022
District administrative office training room ... District administrative office training room ... For information — Administrative rule GCCAA-R, exhibit GCCAAA-E ... County administrative offices ... to Public), AR BD-R (Board Officers), 9th Grade Freshman Academy; Discussion Action Items.
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Drinking, a fence-jumper, party-crashers: How scandals have dogged the Secret Service for years

Yahoo Daily News 21 May 2022
Through a series of directors and presidential administrations, the service has failed to meet staffing and training goals, the nonpartisan , and still is pushing to finish construction of a taller fence around the White House recommended more than seven years ago ... But a Secret Service supervisor told officers who heard the gunfire to stand down.
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DENR, NBI offices score lowest in energy efficiency ratings

Manila Bulletin 21 May 2022
The regional offices of the Department of ... Another agency that logged 2-star rating had been the Pangasinan regional office of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), a government body that is overseeing and protecting the well-being of Filipino workers overseas.
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In biggest victory yet, Russia claims to capture Mariupol

The Associated Press 21 May 2022
At the start of the administration, many White House officials thought that Kim’s nuclear ambitions would prove to be perhaps the administration’s most vexing challenge and that the North Korean leader would aim to test Biden’s mettle early in his time in office.
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Adoptions another facet of life halted by war in Ukraine

The Associated Press 21 May 2022
At the start of the administration, many White House officials thought that Kim’s nuclear ambitions would prove to be perhaps the administration’s most vexing challenge and that the North Korean leader would aim to test Biden’s mettle early in his time in office.
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US, South Korea to consider expanded military drills vs. North Korea

New York Post 21 May 2022
At the start of the administration, many White House officials thought that Kim’s nuclear ambitions would prove to be perhaps the administration’s most vexing challenge and that the North Korean leader would aim to test Biden’s mettle early in his time in office.
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US and South Korea to consider expanded military drills amid North Korea concern

Belfast Telegraph 21 May 2022
At the start of the administration, many White House officials thought that Mr Kim’s nuclear ambitions would prove to be perhaps the administration’s most vexing challenge and that the North Korean leader would aim to test Mr Biden’s mettle early in his time in office.

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