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A Biden administration program that has allowed more than 200,000 migrants from Latin America and Haiti with American sponsors to fly to the U.S. in 10 months is facing a key legal test this week as a federal judge in Texas reviews its legality. U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton is kicking off a bench trial […]

24 August 2023 Today, the people of Ukraine are once more marking their Independence Day, while suffering the all-out assault of Putin’s craven war for land and power. For eighteen months, Ukrainian families have lived under the daily threat of Russian rockets and the reality of brutal attacks. But the people of Ukraine have refused […]

WASHINGTON, Aug 1 (Reuters) – Bahta Mekonnen, a 28-year-old in the key voting state of Georgia, is among the millions of Black voters who helped deliver President Joe Biden the White House in 2020. Three years later, he is one of the voters who Democrats fear could cost Biden a second term in 2024.

Washington: In an interesting development in US presidential race, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Indian-American entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy find themselves tied at the second place in the Republican presidential field in a new poll, The Hill reported. An Emerson College poll showed DeSantis and Ramaswamy tied at 10 per cent each, trailing former President Donald […]

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks about his intention to visit Hawaii as soon as possible, and federal assistance in dealing with the Hawaii wildfires, while delivering remarks during a visit to Ingeteam Inc.’s Milwaukee facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S., August 15, 2023. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo Acquire . . .

For almost 50 years, the United States Department of State has published its annual collection of country reports on human rights practices, covering violations of internationally recognised individual, civil, political, and workers’ rights as set out in the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights. As might be expected in this new age of great […]

By Sam Cabral BBC News, Washington 1 hour ago Image source, Getty Images Image caption, A plea deal that would have seen Hunter Biden avoid prison time unravelled in court in July A long-running investigation into US President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, may be heading for a jury trial.

Washington CNN  —  The Trump-appointed US attorney who is investigating Hunter Biden has been given special counsel status after plea talks between the Justice Department and the president’s son fell apart.

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa — Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy implied Saturday that American involvement in the war in Ukraine may be because of President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden. “The purpose of the U.S. military [is] to advance American interests, to protect the homeland. Not to aimlessly fight some random war that’s arguably a repayment […]

Long-time Slashdot reader SonicSpike shares a report from CNBC: On Tuesday, the Biden administration put the final nail in the coffin for incandescent light bulbs, the result of a decade-plus-long legislative path. The journey began in 2007 when the Energy Independence and Security Act passed. That law required the Department of Energy to . . […]

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