Today, CERN Director General, Fabiola Gianotti, and Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) of the Government of India, Sekhar Basu signed an Agreement admitting India to CERN as an Associate Member. The Government of India still needs to notify CERN of its final approval for the Agreement to enter into force. “India has been putting efforts to design, develop and utilise various types of electron and proton accelerators for scientific, industrial and societal use,” said Sekhar Basu. “Becoming Associate Member of CERN will enhance participation of young scientists and engineers in various CERN projects and bring back knowledge for deployment in the domestic programmes. It will also provide opportunities to Indian industrie
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The Denver Sheriff’s Department has been fined by the Department of Justice for not allowing non-citizens to apply. According to the DOJ’s announcement, the Denver Sheriff’s Department was fined for violating provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which requires employers to make certain employment available to legal, resident aliens on the same terms as United States citizens, unless they have applied for and received a waiver from the federal government.According to the Washington Examiner, the department hired about 200 new deputies in 2015 and 2016 and wrongly made citizenship — as opposed to legal permanent residence — a job requirement.In addition to paying a fine of $10,000, the department will have to go back through old applications and identify those that were rejec
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach met with Donald Trump to discuss his plans for his first year in office were he selected for Homeland Security secretary. The Associated Press released a photo of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach meeting with Donald Trump, and Kobach was holding papers that detail his plans for his first year in office if he were selected for the top Department of Homeland Security job. Kobach, who has been called Trump's "immigration whisperer," met with Trump this week as the president-elect plans his transition into the White House. He's a rumored potential pick for secretary of homeland security. Kobach is known for having a hardline stance on immigration, and a portion of his homeland security plan reflects some of Trump's bolder campaign proclamations...
Democrat Congressman Threatens Violence if Donald Trump Defunds Planned ParenthoodSource: Democrat Congressman Threatens Violence if Donald Trump Defunds Planned Parenthood | LifeNews.com Congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio is a Democrat who is challenging pro-abortion Democrat leader Nancy Pelosi to lead his party in the next session of Congress. Perhaps because of his need to show potential leadership he went too far in an interview over the weekend concerning Democrats and their opposition to defunding the nation’s biggest abortion company. Ryan threatened violence in the streets if Planned Parenthood is defunded. “If he tries to defund planned Parenthood or kick people off their health insurance or privatize Medicare or cut taxes for the wealthy, you know, we’ll have a Youngstown str
When Donald Trump would not state with certainty that he would accept the election results before even knowing what the results were or how they might come about, liberals wrung their hands all over the media in grief over the loss of democracy as we know it. Hillary, herself, decried that she had never heard anything so anti-democratic and unAmerican in her life.Now hundreds of thousands of liberals around the nation join in protests and even riots to proclaim, “Not my president” and “Dump Trump.” A few have created petitions for their liberal states to secede from the union. Still others are recommending that the electoral college overthrow the election. They were fine with the electoral college when they were certain that Hillary would win due to the electoral vote outweighing the broad
Source: Thousands of Green Cards Have 'Simply Gone Missing,' IG Says - ABC News Thousands of Green Cards have been mishandled over the past three years, according to a new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Inspector General report. Electronic system errors have caused at least 19,000 cards to be issued as duplicates or with incorrect information, such as names, dates of birth, photos and gender, among other errors, the report says. But the head of the U.S. Customs and Immigration Services, which manages immigration benefits, say that several of the report's conclusions were overstated, including USCIS Director said that the agency did not issue Green Cards to any individuals who were not eligible to receive them and that the number of cards containing errors were only a “