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President Obama signs an executive order to change the country’s immigration system

President Obama is on his way to Las Vegas, to follow through with a promise to improve the U.S’s troubled immigration system. The executive order will allow millions of illegal immigrants that have been living and working in the U.S.’s to apply for temporary citizenship without fear of being deported. Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell said Republicans are considering various options to counter the Presidents decision.

The Ferguson police officer involved in the shooting of Michael Brown reportedly planning to resign

CNN is reporting that Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson is in talks to resign from the force. CNN has been reporting that the grand jury in the Michael Brown case is likely to announce their decision today, following a scheduled meeting. Overnight protesters clashed with police. Several people were arrested. Brown’s father has released a video asking for supporters to remain calm and not to be violent.

DC’s Mayor for life is admitted into the hospital

DC councilman and former Mayor Marion Barry has been admitted into Howard University Hospital. The 78 year old was rushed in after complaining of not feeling well. The politician known as DC’s Mayor for life is reportedly resting comfortably.

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