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Your daily tarot card reading for each zodiac sign's astrology horoscope is here for Tuesday, September 11, 2018! Today's Master Number of the day is 4 — The Manager. The week continues to be productive. Determination runs strong and you have a handle on your priorities, even if when things feel chaotic. (Note: If your day of birth is the 4th, 13th, or the 22nd then you are a Master Number 4, if the sum total of your birth date adds up to a 4, you're a Life Path 4). RELATED: 20 Quotes To Help You Keep Your Cool When Your Boss Is Driving You Insane Life is often more obstacle course than smooth sailing up ahead. Just like a city can go under construction, it can feel like your day experiences a series of detours, U-turns and periodic stop and go traffic. When the Sun is in the sign of Virgo, these pitfalls in the road can be thought-provoking and get you into problem-solving mode. The simple tensions of life lead to serious productivity because you see a situation you don't want to repeat and can set up systems to avoid the same situation from happening again. Juggling tasks become easier when you learn to anticipate what's up ahead. You learn to think critically. You can focus on your needs and the wants of others. Demands don't daunt you or throw your plans off-course. Instead, you can be pleasant and precise, popular and perceptive. To accomplish all of this, you have to use both sides of your brain, but you also need to tap into your inner courage and mental strength.
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September 14, 2018 / 10:14 PM / Updated 7 hours ago U.S. to 'get moving' on asylum cases of separated migrant families (Reuters) - A U.S. government attorney told a federal judge on Friday the Trump administration would quickly begin to implement an agreement to reconsider asylum for hundreds of families who were separated at the U.S. border with Mexico. FILE PHOTO: A sign signifying the actual border line between the United States and Mexico is shown on the Cross Border Xpress pedestrian bridge between San Diego and the Tijuana airport on the facility's opening day in Otay Mesa, California December 9, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo The government agreed this week to settle three lawsuits being overseen by Judge Dana Sabraw, a move that plaintiffs’ attorneys said would allow more than 1,000 immigrant parents and their children to have their asylum claims reconsidered. “Our point of view is we can get moving on this,” Scott Stewart, a Department of Justice attorney, told Sabraw during a hearing in San Diego. The lawsuits covered families separated under President Donald Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy aimed at discouraging illegal immigration. Trump abandoned the policy in June after global outcry over the detention of 2,600 children.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigration/u-s-to-get-moving-on-asylum-cases-of-separated-migrant-families-idUSKCN1LU2SY?feedType=RSS&feedName=domesticNews