Applicants must prove they were in the country continuously since January 2010.
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Although the four Afghans have long been approved for transfer, the move sparked debate in Washington.
The video shows Janay Palmer crying and being comforted by officers.
The damage to victimized customers will be minimal.
Ford is expanding the recall of vehicles containing Takata airbags.
The case emerges at a time when polls show growing public support for legal weed.
“They caused a lot of damage, and we will respond,” he said.
Japan’s newspapers, which have the highest daily circulations in the world, are inclined to avoid news that is technologically complex.
The environmentalists’ exploits have been documented on the long-running Animal Planet reality TV series “Whale Wars.”
Congress extends these tax breaks every year or two, usually at the last minute.
“We have always loved him, and we do not want him to be executed.”
Caramel apples are most popular around Halloween, and the outbreak started just before then, in mid-October.
For billing customers for cellphone text services they didn’t order, under a settlement with federal regulators.
The Aug. 9 shooting of the black and unarmed Brown by a white officer spurred significant unrest, as did the grand jury announcement.
Obama spoke Friday during his year-end news conference, shortly before he was leaving the White House for a Hawaii vacation.
President Obama holds the end of the year news conference at the White House in the Brady Press Room.
Obama says we can’t have a society in which “some dictator some place can start imposing censorship in the United States.”
An explosion and fire early Friday morning killed two people and injured three, two critically, at an oil rig in southeastern Oklahoma.
Requested anonymity because the person wasn’t authorized to speak publicly about the matter.
Almost three months after he was arrested after leaving a Baltimore casino.
Kansas, with 4,100 fewer.
The FBI announcement Friday is the first official statement blaming the isolated country for the cyber-attack.
The movie’s prospects of ever seeing the light of day are very much in doubt.
Nine years of Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” came to an end Thursday.