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By Carolyn Thompson, Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press
Mexico's Senate has approved handing control of the country's recently created National Guard over to the military. When the National Guard was created by a Constitutional reform in 2019, it was placed under civilian control.
By Associated Press
U.S. defense officials say that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin declined to provide Guard personnel and the use of the D.C. Armory to assist with the reception of migrants into the city.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
For two years, the pandemic has hammered schools and accentuated the staffing shortages they are facing. It’s led to enormous problems with teacher morale, burnout, school closures and learning losses. But some states are using the National Guard to fill…
By Amna Nawaz, Karina Cuevas
Police cars with flashing lights are stationed at major intersections and highways. The U.S. National Guard is on standby. It's the new normal.
By Colleen Long, Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
The Pentagon says it's streamlined the approval process for urgent use of National Guard forces in the District of Columbia.
By Ed White, Associated Press
Staff at hospitals and other care centers are being worn down by a rise in virus cases that began before Thanksgiving, especially in some Northeast and Upper Midwest states.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The Biden administration has pledged an all-of-government response to Ida, led by FEMA and coordinated by White House senior adviser Cedric Richmond, a former Louisiana congressman and close ally of President Joe Biden.
By Mike Cerre
With the final military withdrawal from Afghanistan underway, a few state legislators in the U.S. are reconsidering the use of their National Guard units for undeclared foreign wars, like the campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan. Nearly half of the troops…
The shocking insurrection at the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob prompted federal officials to rethink security in and around its landmarks, resulting in an unprecedented lockdown for Biden's inauguration.
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