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Democratic mayors of major U.S. cities that have long had relationships with federal immigration officials say they will do all they can to protect residents from deportation. Donald hasn’t elaborated on his plans for cracking down on the cities. In a ’60 Minutes’ interview broadcast this past Sunday, he said his administration’s priority will be deporting criminals and securing the border.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is expected to be re-elected Wednesday to the top leadership job by the Senate Republican Conference. The vote comes one day after Paul Ryan of Wisconsin was unanimously chosen for another term as House speaker by his Republican colleagues. The new Congress convenes in January and a final vote on House speaker will take place at that time. House Democrats, meanwhile, postponed their leadership elections after some members asked for more time to analyze the results of the election.
Traveling for Thanksgiving? You’re not going to be alone. One million more Americans are expected to travel this Thanksgiving than last year. Nearly nine in 10 people will travel by automobile. Most drivers will pay the second-cheapest Thanksgiving gas prices since 2008. Positive Prep
The Experience Music Project is getting a new name and a new focus. It will now be known as Mo Pop or the Museum of Pop Culture. They say that the name change represents the way the museum has grown and changed as well as the vison for its future.