Situational awareness: Relief may be coming for nasty wait times at airport security screenings, the N.Y. Times' Zach Wichter reports, with TSA testing new scanning machines for carry-on bags at JFK Airport in New York City.
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A June Supreme Court decision has opened another big legal fight over how the Trump administration can enforce deportation orders, the AP's Amy Taxin reports.
Why it matters, by Axios' Stef Kight: Depending on how the Supreme Court's decision is interpreted, it could make it a lot harder for the government to deport undocumented immigrants who have been caught illegally in the country.
Details from the AP:
The bottom line: This is the government's own fault for telling some immigrants to appear in court without giving them a time or date in the paperwork. DHS and DOJ are already struggling with court backlogs and an onslaught of asylum claims, which slow down the deportation process.
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The "dad shoe," a chunky sneaker that's most recognizable for being worn by a father near you, is primed for its day in the sun, Bloomberg's Carol Matlack and Richard Weiss report.
Why it matters: "[S]neakers have become one of the fastest-growing categories in luxury goods, with sales up 10 percent in 2017, according to Bain & Co. By contrast, U.S. sales of conventional sports footwear grew only 2 percent last year, according to consultancy NPD."