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Oct 12 2021
Mayorkas Tells ICE to Stop Worksite Deportation Raids
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in a memo sent Tuesday to cease mass worksite deportation raids. Mayorkas said the Biden administration would instead focus on penalizing employers who hire immigrants without work authorizations, rather than the immigrants themselves. The memo also instructed DHS officials toCBS News (Online) Axios Fox News (Online News)
Apr 01 2023
Gov. Sanders, Mayor Scott tour tornado damage in Little Rock
Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Mayor Frank Scott Jr. toured damaged and destroyed homes in West Little Rock Saturday morning. Sanders said five people have died around the state in Friday’s tornadoes, but no storm-related deaths have been reported in Little Rock, Scott added. Speaking in front of a damage fire state on North Shackleford Road, with its metal roof caved in, Sanders said sheArkansas Democrat-Gazette
May 08 2023
GOP gov. defends decision to axe PBS funding, 'Happy Days' star leaving California and more top headlines
Good morning and welcome to Fox News’ morning newsletter, Fox News First. Subscribe now to get Fox News First in your email. And here's what you need to know to start your day ... ‘REPRESENT TAXPAYERS’ - Governor defends decision to axe PBS funding over 'really problematic' LGBTQ content. ARTIFICIALLY ACCUSED - AI's facial recognition failures: Three times crime-solving intelligence got itFox News (Online News)
Mar 15 2023
Border chief contradicts Biden DHS, says border is not under control
Homeland Security does not have “operational control” of the border, the top Border Patrol agent told Congress Wednesday, contradicting the words of his boss, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
Chief Raul Ortiz was prodded on the issue at a hearing in McAllen, Texas, by Rep. Mark Green, who asked bluntly if he had operational control.
“No sir,” Chief Ortiz respondedWashington Times
Mar 30 2023
Trump posts Truth Social message threatening ‘war’ over indictment
Donald Trump suggested that his supporters give their political opponents “a war” if the former president is indicted.
Mr Trump re-posted right-wing columnist Wayne Allyn Root on Truth Social that included a link to his column entitled “Democrats Want to Indict & Arrest President Trump. They Want a War? Let’s Give it to Them.”
The article suggests that Republican districtThe Independent
May 01 2023
Suspect in Killing of 5 People in Texas Was Illegal Immigrant Deported Multiple Times: Sheriff
Suspect in Killing of 5 People in Texas Was Illegal Immigrant Deported Multiple Times: Sheriff The suspect, identified as 38-year old Francisco Oropeza, in an undated photo provided by law enforcement. (San Jacinto Sheriff's Office) The suspect who shot and killed five people in Texas—including an 8-year-old child—had been deported from the United States multiple times, according to SanThe Epoch Times
Apr 28 2023
Teen Missing In Irvine Friday, Police Urgently Seek Leads
IRVINE, CA — Police officers sought the public's help Friday in finding a 17-year-old boy after he left his Irvine high school and never returned. Alejandro Xavier Ramirez left Northwood High School Thursday at around 8 a.m., the Irvine Police Department reported. He was possibly seen near Ramona Boulevard and Baldwin Park Boulevard at around 4:11 p.m. that same day, authorities said. He wasPatch.com
May 08 2023
When the Border is About To ExplodeFrom the Center
In the days after Joe Biden officially announced his candidacy for re-election, he made two notable decisions with the potential to profoundly affect his prospects for 2024. First, he named Julie Chavez Rodriguez, the granddaughter of the late organized labor icon Cesar Chavez, as his campaign manager. A few days later, his Defense Department confirmed that the military wasDan Schnur
Apr 18 2023
UPDATE, 18-year-old arrested in 4-year-old's shooting death
A local teen was arrested late Monday on felony murder and battery charges in connection with a shooting on Carson Street earlier that afternoon where a 4-year-old was killed and a local man was injured, Hot Springs police said in a news release Tuesday. Alejandro David Gasca, 18, who listed his address as 127 Carson St. on the arrest roster, was taken into custody around 9:15 p.m. Monday andSentinel- Record
May 11 2023
What Does Title 42's End Mean for the Border Crisis?
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Migrants, border cities, and immigration officials on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are bracing for what happens as the key Title 42 policy comes to an end Thursday. For Context: The CDC implemented Title 42, which allows for quicker expulsions of migrants duringAllSides Staff