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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration’s immigration enforcement fiasco took a new turn as lawmakers pushed back on a decision to send military lawyers to help prosecute misdemeanor immigration cases.
Senior Pentagon officials are refusing to formally acknowledge LGBTQ Pride Month celebrations for the first time since 2012, the year after the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy was repealed.
Pride is supposed to be a time for celebration, but there was palpable tension Monday at the annual Defense Department Pride event as LGBT civilians and members of the armed forces recognized the occasion.
Senior leaders at the Pentagon are distancing themselves from the Defense Department’s annual LGBT Pride Month celebrations, declining to formally acknowledge the observances for the first time since the practice became routine after President Barack Obama repealed the military’s ban on homosexuals serving openly.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ninety-four percent of U.S. public school teachers spend their own money on classroom supplies without reimbursement, according to a Department of Education survey on Tuesday that follows protests by educators who are asking for more pay and funding.