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May 15 2023
U.S.-Mexico border crossings fell 50% after Title 42 was lifted, Homeland Security chief Alejandro Mayorkas said Sunday.
The Details: Mayorkas said Border Patrol had roughly 6,300 encounters along the border Friday and 4,200 on Saturday, down considerably from the record 11,000 on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Key Quotes: "It is too early. But the numbers that we have experienced overReuters The Daily Wire HuffPost
Mar 05 2021
A crisis is a terrible thing to create. This, nonetheless, is what President Biden has done at the southern border.
His rhetoric during the campaign suggesting an open-handed approach to migrants coming to the US, and his early moves to undo Donald Trump’s border policies, are creating a migrant surge that risks running out of control.
Homeland Security Secretary AlejandroNew York Post (News)
Feb 19 2021
Republicans on the House Oversight Committee are sounding the alarm to the Biden administration about an impending health crisis at the southern border -- warning that "reckless" policies and rhetoric from President Biden are fueling it.
"The Biden administration’s policies limiting immigration enforcement and weakening border security, coupled with its proposal to grant amnesty toFox News (Online News)
Dec 07 2020
President-elect Joe Biden on Monday announced he’s nominating California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to lead the next administration’s Department of Health and Human Services, a surprise to many who believed the former Democratic congressman would be chosen to head the Justice Department.
The selection of Becerra — first reported by The New York Times and CNN on Sunday — is aHuffPost
Aug 24 2021
Texas v. Biden, a case with profound implications for American foreign policy, reached the Supreme Court with lightning speed.
On August 13, a judge in Texas appointed by then-President Donald Trump effectively ordered the Biden administration to permanently reinstate Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy. That policy, which is officially known as the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP),Vox
Feb 19 2021
‘We’re not here to steal jobs’ — immigration agency’s delays jeopardize international students’ legal status
Ji Hyun came to the United States from South Korea to pursue her dream of becoming an intensive care unit nurse.
Now, she is one of many international students whose job prospects and legal immigration status are threatened by monthslong processing delays in U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services facilities.
Ji Hyun graduated from nursing school in December and secured a jobCNBC
Jun 15 2022
After nearly a year long "investigation," the Biden administration is reportedly preparing to punish a number of Border Patrol agents for doing their jobs and stopping illegal Haitian immigrants from crossing into the United States.
Last summer rabid, open border activists and their allies in the media falsely accused agents of whipping illegal Haitian immigrants while mounted onTownhall
Jun 28 2022
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade on Friday has prompted calls to reform the nation's highest court to ensure that its decisions are fair and balanced.
Some Democrats favor expanding the number of seats in the court to restore what many Americans say is a loss of legitimacy. Although the court currently has a conservative majority of 6-3, President Joe Biden has saidNewsweek
Jan 19 2021
While more attention will be paid to Wednesday's inauguration of Joe Biden, the real drama this week may come when Senate committees hold confirmation hearings for several of the president-elect's Cabinet picks.
Confirmation hearings are often marked by partisan differences, and this week is likely to be no different. In November, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who sits on the SenateFox News (Online News)
Mar 18 2022
Hundreds of Ukrainians have headed for the U.S.-Mexico border since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began, and the Biden administration’s response has been to pour gasoline on a powder keg.
Jesús Alejandro Ruiz Uribe, a federal delegate for the Mexican state of Baja California, reportedly claimed that nearly 500 Ukrainians have arrived in Tijuana and the surrounding area since the RussianThe American Conservative