The Department of Homeland Security is granting some 8,000 Syrian refugees temporary amnesty, according to The Washington Times. DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said that if these refugees are in the country as of Monday—they’re eligible to permanent resident status, work permits, and other documents that would allow these migrants to remain without fear of deportation This amnesty also applies to Syrian refugees that may have entered the country illegally. President Obama promised to resettle 10,000 such refugees last year. The Washington Times added that TPS order run for 18 months.
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Things the mainstream media doesn't want you to know about.
From Navy Times China holds live-fire navy drills in East China Sea http://militari.ly/2aKnwPy
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Funny shit bank has state approved sign that says no guns. This bank manages to get robbed by a man with a gun. Now that just shows you how much criminals don't obey laws even a gun law.
Chicago Lawn District officers responded to a holdup alarm just after 10:30 a.m. at Byline Bank, 4970 S. Archer Ave., as a security guard chased the armed suspect out of the bank, according to Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson.
The officers chased the suspect about a block across Pulaski Road and into the 4900 block of South Karlov Avenue, Johnson said. Officers ran into a gangway between buildings, and the robber turned around with a gun and an officer shot and killed him, the superintendent said.The suspect was taken by ambulance from 4949 S. Karlov to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, police said. No officers were injured.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Reykjavik, Iceland-The Panama Papers leaks apparently resulted in a political casualty Tuesday when Icelandic Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson resigned.
Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson, the deputy chair of the Progressive Party, announced Gunnlaugsson's resignation Tuesday on Iceland's national public service broadcaster RUV.Gunnlaugsson had been under intense pressure to step down since leaked documents hacked from a Panamanian law firm revealed his links to an offshore company, triggering mass protests in the capital.
Senior political figures in the Nordic nation have been holding emergency talks amid fallout from the Panama Papers leaks.
Critics said the revelations surrounding the offshore company, which allegedly had holdings in Iceland's collapsed banks, shattered public confidence in Gunnlaugsson's leadership and could harm the country's international reputation.
The Panama Papers: 7 things to know
Earlier Tuesday, Gunnlaugsson said he planned to dissolve parliament and call for fresh elections as soon as possible if lawmakers from his party's coalition partner -- the Independence Party -- did not support his government.
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Alsip police surprised a pair of alleged heroin pushers during an early morning raid at an Alsip motel.
Officers executed a search warrant at the D-Lux Budget Motel, 12340 S. Cicero Ave., around 7:39 a.m. March 13.
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