Global Immigration

“Baltimore sues Trump administration over legal immigrants’ access to public benefits” – Washington Post

“The city of Baltimore on Wednesday filed what advocates call a first-in-the-nation lawsuit challenging President Trump’s efforts to curtail legal immigration by penalizing people who use public benefits.” Read More

“Paul Ryan lists immigration, debt as biggest regrets” – ABC News

“Outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday named immigration and the national debt as his two biggest regrets as he prepares to leave office after 20 years in Congress, saying he has no immediate plans to return to public office.” Read More

“Hillary Is Right About Immigration” – Politico

“The Guardian published an interview with Hillary Clinton last week that either signaled her intention to pursue the Democratic presidential nomination once again or, as critics would have it, secure a columnist job at” Read More


Microsoft Is Worth as Much as Apple. How Did That Happen?” – New York Times

“Just a few years ago, Microsoft was seen as a lumbering has-been of the technology world.” Read More

“Facebook’s UK political ad rules kick in” – BBC Tech

“Facebook has started to enforce its tighter political advertising rules in the UK. The new rules were supposed to take effect on 7 November, but were delayed when journalists and researchers exposed flaws in the new system.” Read More

“The crusade against open-source abuse” – TechCrunch

“There’s a darkcloud on the horizon. The behavior of cloud infrastructure providers, such as Amazon, threatens the viability of open source.” Read More


“Box Office: ‘Aquaman’ Targets Heroic Pre-Christmas Debut of $65M” – Hollywood Reporter

“The comic book adaptation goes up against ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ and ‘Bumblebee’ over the Dec. 21-23 weekend.” Read More

“How Adam McKay Literally Put His Heart Into His Dick Cheney Film ‘Vice’” – Deadline

“McKay believes he might well owe his life to Cheney — or at least Bale’s extensive study of the former veep’s numerous heart attacks — because when McKay had a mild one right after principal photography finished, due to the stress of making the film, he knew just what to do because of what Bale told him.” Read More

“Mac Miller Performs ‘Dunno,’ Covers Billy Preston in Posthumous Spotify Singles Session: Listen” – Billboard

“Spotify posthumously released their Singles recording session with Mac Miller on Wednesday (Nov. 28). The mini-EP features a pair of recordings from Mac prior to this death in September. The live session included the Pittsburgh native performing Swimming deep cut “Dunno” and a dulcet cover to Billy Preston’s “Nothing From Nothing.” Read More

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