As a working mother of two, Dr. Leslie Bottrell has little time for exercising, let alone getting herself to a fitness studio in her Upper West Side neighborhood for a group class. And because her schedule varies week to week, she can’t settle into classes with fixed time slots anyway.GO TO STORE
• Once famous for his laserlike focus, Mr. Mueller, who will turn 75 next month, seemed hesitant about the facts in his own 448-page report, stumbling over his answers and struggling at one point to come up with the word “conspiracy.”GO TO STORE
The two will sign in for the 48-team competition ahead of the 11 a.m. deadline on Wednesday morning, Matt Gentry, a spokesman for Murray, said on Tuesday.GO TO STORE
For 15 years, the government has been applying expedited removal in a limited way to those within 100 miles of the Canadian or Mexican border who have been in the United States for less than two weeks. The entire process consists of an interview with an immigration officer during which the burden is on the individual to prove a legal right to remain in the United States. One could be questioned, detained and deported very swiftly with little time to consult a lawyer or to gather evidence to prevent deportation. The extremely short timeline of the expedited-removal process increases the chances that a person who is legally entitled to stay in the United States can end up being removed anyway. The government now says it will apply it across the country for many people who cannot prove they have been present in the United States for two years or more. The expansion could affect thousands of people nationwide.