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President Trump is asking Congress to hurry and send him an immigration bill. While speaking to House Republicans, Trump said he would support either of the two immigration bills up for consideration this week. Trump also reportedly wants a bill that allows families to stay together if they're captured at the border.        Hundreds of people in New York City are venting their frustration with U.S. immigration policy. A protest was held in Manhattan Tuesday with people calling for an end to the practice of separating parents from children when they attempt to illegally cross the border. Protesters say the policy is immoral and are calling for it to end immediately.        A federal judge in Los Angeles has issued a setback to adult-film actress Stormy Daniels. She had asked the judge to remove a 90-day stay of her lawsuit against President Trump and his former attorney, Michael Cohen. Daniels is suing the two men to nullify a 2016 non-disclosure agreement on her reported affair with Trump more than a decade ago. The judge ordered the stay in April while the criminal investigation of Cohen moves continues in New York.       A Marine is going to jail after bragging about taking part in violence at a neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last summer. Lance Corporal Vasillios Pistolis was convicted of failing to obey an order or regulation and lying to investigators at a summary court-martial on Monday. He was sentenced to 28 days confinement, a reduction in rank to E-1 and will forfeit two-thirds of one month's pay.        GE is getting kicked off the Dow Jones index. S&P Dow Jones announced on Tuesday that Walgreens will replace General Electric on the blue chip index starting next week. A Dow Jones chairman says the move will make the index a better measure of the economy and the stock market.        New Jersey rocker Bruce Springsteen's hand-written lyrics to "Born To Run" are up for auction and they're expected to fetch a pretty penny. The lyrics written on a piece of notebook paper in 1974 are an initial draft of the song that made Springsteen famous. They're expected to fetch 300-thousand-dollars at Sotheby's Auction House.