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Jul 08 2019
The Department of Justice announced Sunday that a new team of Civil Division lawyers will take over handling of all 2020 census-related questions.
The changing of hands comes as President Donald Trump continues to push for the addition of a controversial citizenship question to the census, which takes place every 10 years.
A statement from DOJ spokeswoman Kerri Kupec did notUSA TODAY
Feb 03 2024
The election interference criminal trial of former President Donald Trump has been indefinitely postponed by a federal judge in Washington on Friday. U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan officially postponed the trial, which was scheduled to start March 4 in the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. Chutkan has not set a new date for Trump's trial on charges of plotting to overturn the 2020International Business Times
Apr 13 2019
WASHINGTON – Wilbur Ross had just started running the Department of Commerce, but he was growing impatient over the 2020 census, still three years away.
"I am mystified why nothing (has) been done in response to my months-old request that we include the citizenship question," Ross emailed to a staff member just two months into his new job on May 2, 2017. "Why not?"USA TODAY
Feb 15 2019
The Supreme Court will decide whether the 2020 census can include a question about citizenship, ensuring a quick review of a lower court ruling that blocked the Trump administrationFox News (Online News)
Jun 17 2022
2020 Census 'Undercounts and Overcounts' Could Determine if Democrats or Republicans Have Control of US House
A 2020 U.S. Census review found that the errors within the count may have cost some states extra seats in Congress while allowing others to hang on to some of theirs.
With control of the lower chamber up for grabs, it could be the census that ultimately determines whether Democrats or Republicans have the majority in the House.
The census not only measures how many people liveCBN
Jan 24 2024
“This decision was the best financial decision for the city considering risk, cost, and insurance,” said City Attorney Ann Davison. Example video title will go here for this video Example video title will go here for this video SEATTLE — Seattle City Attorney Ann Davison agreed to a $10 million settlement brought by more than 50 people related to the 2020 protests that began after the murderKING 5 News
Feb 01 2024
Leroy Lemonte Perry Williams, 37, was sentenced to 120 months in prison followed by three years of supervised released in U.S. District Court Wednesday. A man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for arson at Target's downtown Minneapolis headquarters during a riot in August 2020. On Wednesday, Leroy Lemonte Perry Williams, 37, was sentenced to 120 months in prison followed by three yearsBring Me The News
Feb 08 2024
The Killian Hayes era has come to an end. The Detroit Pistons officially parted ways with the 2020 seventh overall pick — the first selection of the Troy Weaver era — on Thursday, releasing him with less than two hours to go before NBA trade deadline. The Pistons on Wednesday added forward Simone Fontecchio from the Utah Jazz, then a few hours later, dealt Monte Morris to Minnesota for ShakeDetroit Free Press
Feb 04 2024
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed on Thursday the county's first measles case this year from a resident who traveled through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) while infectious. The department said Thursday the infected person arrived on a Turkish Airlines 009 flight at Tom Bradley International Airport (TBIT) Terminal B, Gate 157 on Jan. 25 at 5 p.m. AccordingNBC Los Angeles