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The Biden administration had promised a humane approach to immigration but is now facing upheaval at the southern border, as illegal migrant crossings have skyrocketed in the past few months and authorities struggle to find proper housing for thousands of…
By Ben Fox, Associated Press
The Biden administration's head of Homeland Security is defending a policy of allowing unaccompanied children crossing the southwest border to remain in the U.S.
In our news wrap Monday, President Biden voiced hope of reaching COVID vaccine skeptics among former President Trump's supporters, Myanmar's military imposed martial law on much of Yangon, the Vatican formally declared the Roman Catholic Church will not bless same-sex…
By Jeffrey Brown, Diane Lincoln Estes
A new film called “Minari” is an immigrant tale rarely portrayed. It features a Korean family in rural Arkansas, and it's already received major recognition, including a Golden Globe Award. Jeffrey Brown has the story of our arts and culture…
In our news wrap Tuesday, jury selection pushed ahead in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last May, President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief package moves closer to enactment, the death toll neared 100 from Sunday’s explosions at a…
By Yamiche Alcindor, Meredith Lee
The situation at the U.S.-Mexico border is increasingly challenging the Biden administration, with the number of detained migrant children tripling in recent weeks, according to the New York Times. Almost half are being held longer than permitted by law. Theresa…
By Associated Press
Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the opinion Thursday for a 5-3 conservative majority that ruled against a Mexican citizen who entered the U.S. illegally and has lived in the country for 25 years.
By Josh Boak, Mark Stevenson, Elliot Spagat, Associated Press
Mexico's president says he intends to propose to Biden a new Bracero-style immigrant labor program that could bring 600,000 to 800,000 Mexican and Central American immigrants a year to work legally in the U.S.
By Julie Watson, Associated Press
Biden said keeping out immigrant labor was hurting the U.S. economy, not protecting it. The order was blocking tens of thousands of people, including the relatives of U.S. permanent residents, immigrant employees and visa lottery winners.
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Food and Drug Administration reported Johnson & Johnson's COVID vaccine is 66-percent effective against moderate and severe symptoms, President Biden's attempt to halt most immigrant deportations for 100 days is on hold, and a…
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