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A federal judge on Tuesday barred the state of Texas from pulling Medicaid funds from Planned Parenthood-affiliated clinics, saying the secretly recorded videos the Lone Star State held up as evidence that the clinics were profiting from selling aborted fetal tissue did not actually support the state's claims.
A government contractor Tuesday asked a California federal judge to throw out a state court’s ruling upholding a $1.07 million arbitration award arising from a dispute with a subcontractor in Afghanistan, saying the ruling was clearly entered in error.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued memos Tuesday implementing two executive orders from President Donald Trump related to immigration, with the agency laying out the administration’s expanded enforcement targets, calling for more officers and suggesting new policy is coming on expedited removals.
A U.S. General Services Administration watchdog on Tuesday criticized the GSA's "startup" unit aimed at improving federal technology, 18F, saying it routinely ignored GSA security requirements for both the procurement and operation of information technology systems.
Major port terminal operator DP World has been cleared by a London Court of International Arbitration tribunal of accusations by the Djibouti government that the company used bribery to secure a 50-year terminal contract, according to an announcement Tuesday from the Dubai government, which controls DP World.