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As planeloads of migrants continue to arrive in Haiti, some are quietly released in U.S.

September 23, 2021
Jacqueline Charles, Michael Wilner | Miami Herald
As the Biden administration continues to deport Haitian migrants from underneath a bridge in Texas back to Haiti, it has also quietly released some, White House and DHS officials acknowledged Wednesday.
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Vice President Kamala Harris Visits The Border

June 25, 2021
Kamala Harris visited the U.S.-Mexico border for the first time as vice president. The panel also discussed President Biden’s missed COVID-19 vaccination goals and the challenges in vaccinating more Americans.

President Biden’s Infrastructure Breakthrough

June 25, 2021
Is the bipartisan infrastructure deal already in danger of falling apart? The panel also discussed voting rights & Derek Chauvin’s sentencing for the murder of George Floyd.
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Vice President Harris wraps first trip abroad

June 9, 2021
Ed O'Keefe | CBS News
Vice President Kamala Harris is back in Washington Wednesday after wrapping up her first foreign trip in office, traveling to Mexico and Guatemala to address the growing number of migrants crossing the U.S. border. But she's received criticism for not stopping at the U.S.-Mexico border during her journey.
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Vice President Kamala Harris issues stark warning to migrants in first foreign trip

June 8, 2021
Ed O'Keefe | CBS News
Vice President Kamala Harris sent a stark warning to migrants in her first foreign trip. Senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Separated Families Reunite, What’s Next on Immigration?

May 7, 2021
The Biden administration announced some of the first reunifications of families separated at the border under former President Trump. The panel also discussed Biden’s plans to handle the sharp rise in child migrants at the border and prospects for reform.
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Migrant families split up under Trump policy are starting to reunite

May 5, 2021
Jacob Soboroff | NBC News
In a shift by the Biden administration, more than 1,000 families, who've been separated for years after being split up by controversial Trump administration policy have begun the process of reuniting.
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