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Since taking office, President Joe Biden has faced mounting pressure over his handling of the US-Mexico border, dividing members of his own party following a decision by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to lift Title 42, which allows authorities to swiftly turn people away at the border, effectively barring migrants from seeking […]

New York, NY, May 20, 2022 — Today’s court injunction to prevent the end of Title 42 maintains a policy that denies the legal rights of asylum-seekers and returns them to danger.  Title 42 denies asylum seekers their human rights to seek protection in the U.S. under the guise of public health. For over two years, […]

Since taking office, President Joe Biden’s administration has continued to rely on Title 42, a public health authority invoked at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic that allows border officials to turn migrants away at the US-Mexico border. In early April, though, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced plans to terminate the […]

Story Links LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Purdue freshman Matt Ramos won the U.S. Open senior freestyle title at 57 kg on Saturday, posting a 9-3 win over Anthony Moulton of Campbell University and Buies Creek Wrestling Club. Ramos is the first member of the Boilermaker Regional Training Center to win an […]

Company commits to three-year partnership to support of  HBCU student-athletes Springdale, Ark. – April 21, 2022 – To support student-athletes at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN) announced today that it will be the title sponsor of the Black College World Series (BCWS) in each of the next three years. The […]

Contact: Gary Mickelson SPRINGDALE, Ark.—To support student-athletes at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), Tyson Foods recently announced that it will be the title sponsor of the Black College World Series (BCWS) in each of the next three years. The Tyson Foods Black College World Series for 2022 will be played from May 11-15 at […]

Having regrouped to launch an offensive in the east of Ukraine, Russian forces have started what one Ukrainian official described as the “second phase of the war” — the battle for Donbas. Control of Kreminna, a town in the eastern Luhansk region, has already been “lost” during heavy fighting, a Ukrainian official said. The developments […]

DALLAS (AP) — Bethania De La Cruz won the second Athletes Unlimited volleyball championship, outscoring runner-up Natalia Valentin-Anderson in a pro league that awards titles to athletes instead of teams. De La Cruz scored 4,652 points over the five-week season featuring 43 players that wrapped up Saturday night at Fair Park Coliseum near downtown Dallas. […]

Isabeau Levito completed a U.S. sweep of the world junior figure skating singles titles, becoming the first American woman to win a world senior or junior title in 14 years. Levito, 15, tallied 206.55 points between two programs in Tallinn, Estonia, prevailing by .54 over South Korean Shin Jia. American Lindsay Thorngren earned bronze. Levito, with […]

A State Journal-Register article previewing Tracey Meares’ keynote speech at the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast in Springfield in 2019 referred to her as “the 1984 Springfield High School valedictorian.” “When I was talking to Allan Woodson (from Frontiers International, who invited Meares), he said, ‘I thought she was the valedictorian,'” recalled Carolyn Blackwell, Meares’ mother […]


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