Facilities housing migrant children will be allowed to operate at full capacity despite previous COVID-19 restrictions as border crossings continue to rise
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BLM Backfire? US public Opinion Shifts on George Floyd’s Death, Law & Order, as Racial Divide Widens After Summer of Riots
36% respondents in a USA Today/Ipsos poll described Floyd’s death as murder — down from 60% last June
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) warned that big tech companies are incentivized to hire foreign workers over Americans as he discussed President Joe Biden’s immigration agenda during an exclusive interview with Breitbart News at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Bank of America reaps trading windfall during Texas blackouts
The “Alpha generation,” or children born after 2010, live with constant exposure to digital technology on a daily basis.
The Chinese regime is using the Mekong River, the most important water system in Southeast Asia, to control half of the ten member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), an expert said.
According to adverse incident reports collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 966 individuals have died after having received an mRNA vaccine for COVID-19.
Democrats in the U.S. Senate forged ahead with President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief plan early on Saturday, turning back Republican attempts to modify the package in a marathon session that had begun the prior day.
Former President Donald Trump has demanded that three main Republican groups stop using his name and likeness to help raise money, a Trump adviser said on Saturday.
GOP senators, who voted against the Democrat-led Senate’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure on Saturday, sharply criticized the partisan measure upon its passing, emphasizing that it is filled with a “host of non-COVID-related left-wing policies.”
Laurence Fox, the leader of the recently established Reclaim Party—whose name plays off the idea that culture has been captured by the politically hyper-correct and needs reclaiming—has announced he is running for mayor of London.
U.S. President Joe Biden said on Saturday that Senate passage of his $1.9 trillion coronavirus aid bill means that $1,400 payments to most Americans will start to go out this month and the bill’s provisions will speed up manufacturing and distribution of vaccines.
Nevada on Saturday reported 500 new coronavirus cases and 16 additional deaths, according to state data.
Police are looking for a vehicle described as a dark gray Honda Civic after a fatal hit-and-run collision killed a man crossing the street in central Las Vegas on Friday night.
‘It’s Incompetence’: Former ICE Chief Says Biden Administration Has Turned Border Detention Centers Into ‘Welcoming Centers’
Former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan said Saturday that border detention centers have been turned into “welcoming centers” through President Joe Biden’s open border polices accepting illegal immigrants.
Following Texas and Mississippi’s successful reopening strategies, several other Republican states hope to follow suit.
Now even foreign nationals can enjoy the taxpayer-funded COVID benefits meant for struggling Americans
National Guard Places Inspectors at Catering Facility After Metal Shavings and Undercooked Meat Found in Meals
The National Guard increased the number of routine inspections at a catering company responsible for feeding troops in Washington, D.C. following reports of metal shavings and uncooked meat.
Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo and her husband own a financial stake in WeChat parent company Tencent Holdings, even as the Commerce Department reviews a ban of the Chinese tech giant.
Suspect wanted for using stolen credit cards at a local stores in Lake Park, Palm Beach County.
U.S. President Joe Biden will sign two executive orders on Monday related to women’s economic equity, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Friday.
Fourteen people were arrested this week in a sting targeting online predators in the Las Vegas Valley.
Clark County schools will use priority lists to determine which students can return to in-person instruction to comply with health and safety requirements, officials said at a news conference Friday.
The next phase of a major multiyear Las Vegas Strip road project is set to get underway this summer.
New York Attorney General Letitia James’ office has requested that Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office preserve all documents that could be relevant to the sexual harassment investigation.
President Joe Biden is expanding his breakdown of interior immigration enforcement, dubbed “sanctuary country” orders, by giving illegal aliens another avenue to avoid arrest by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents.
Cochise County, AZ Sheriff Mark Dannels (R) stated that the Biden administration’s immigration policy “goes against the grain of the CDC.
Japanese supercomputer simulations showed that wearing two masks gave limited benefit in blocking viral spread compared with one properly fitted mask.
Trump supporters clash with ANTIFA in Manhattan after unfurling a huge flag of Pelosi as a demon outside Trump Tower
Supporters of former President Donald Trump marched down Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on Friday as they carried enormous banners that read ‘Trump 2024’.
American Airlines Promises ‘Investigation’ After Flight Attendant Bullies Elderly Woman To Tears For Briefly Lowering Mask
American Airlines admitted on Twitter that a flight attendant bullied an elderly woman to the point where she was crying, for briefly removing her face mask.
The 791 page-long H.R. 1 legislation package, which was marked up by members of the 116th Congress, was adopted without much debate.
New York lawmakers voted on Friday to approve a bill to strip Gov. Andrew Cuomo of special temporary pandemic powers granted to him during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former President Donald Trump announced three endorsements on March 5, backing the reelection of Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho), South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, and the Arkansas attorney general bid by the state’s Republican Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin.
Texas state Rep. Bryan Slaton (R-Canton) introduced a bill proposing the border wall construction initiated under former President Donald Trump be completed by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Friday that the Biden administration is “committed” to working with Congress to replace the current presidential war power with “a narrow and specific framework,” to ensure the government both protects Americans and stops endless wars.
The White House has continued to deflect and brush off questions about Joe Biden’s failure to hold a formal press conference. When pressed on the issue Friday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden is too busy with the COVID crisis, but it may happen by the end of March.
The hackers behind the powerful set of digital intrusion tools exposed this week have racked up a worrying number of victims, the White House said Friday, the latest indication that the cyber espionage campaign targeting Microsoft Corp’s Exchange email software poses a serious threat.
Lockdown Equivalent Every Two Years to Save Planet, Claim ‘Experts’
While China makes all sorts of grandiose promises about reaching “net zero” carbon emissions by 2060, it was the only major economic power in the world that increased pollution in 2020.
San Francisco’s homeless cost taxpayers $16.1M
For some special interests, a fading coronavirus pandemic poses a problem, but not always an insurmountable one.
Watch the full in-depth documentary to see how politicians have neglected Baltimore.
One Miami Beach official wants you to take your all-out spring break party attitude to Las Vegas, not to his Florida beaches.
U.S. border agents detained nearly 100,000 migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border in February, according to two people familiar with preliminary figures, the highest monthly total since a major border surge in mid-2019.
Texas’ state power regulator on Friday unanimously vetoed a request to cut about $16 billion from state power charges during the final day of the state’s February cold snap, saying even a partial repricing could have unintended effects.
Protesters clashed with police in Paraguay´s capital, Asuncion, late on Friday as anger over the government´s handling of the coronavirus crisis boiled onto the streets and forced the resignation of the country´s top health official.
The U.S. government is evaluating whether to house unaccompanied migrant children at a military base in Virginia amid a sharp rise in migrants arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) notice seen by Reuters.
The day after he single-handedly delayed the U.S. Senate’s debate on President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill for 11 hours, Republican Senator Ron Johnson said on Friday that he could retire from office when his term expires.
The security of our elections is a concern I know many of you share, and it is an issue I do not take lightly. That is why I introduced the “Verification and Oversight for Transparent Elections, Registration, and Identification Act,” or in short, the “VOTER ID Act.”