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Sep 23 2021
Several Republican House members are calling for the impeachment of President Biden, based on "clear violations of his duties as president."
They admit the effort won't go anywhere in a Democrat-controlled government, but they describe it as a "shot across the bow" for "when" Republicans take back the House in 2022.
Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-Ohio) -- joined in the effort by fellowCNSNews.com
Sep 22 2021
Despite President Joe Biden’s pledge to overhaul immigration and welcome refugees to the U.S., 2021 is on pace for a record low in refugee admissions.
According to the latest State Department numbers, the U.S. has accepted just 7,637 refugees this year as of Aug. 31 ― putting it on pace for a historic low, as the fiscal year ends Oct. 1. The refugee cap, a number set by the presidentHuffPost
Nov 12 2018
Fires whipped by strong winds were raging through thousands of acres of forests and chaparral in both Northern and Southern California on Monday, having already wiped out a town in the Sierra Nevada and forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of residents west of Los Angeles.New York Times (News)
Aug 23 2021
The U.S. Air Force has more than 230 cargo planes, tankers, and other aircraft now committed to the massive airlift underway in Kabul and evacuation flights are expected to “increase significantly” in the coming hours, as the U.S. races to get people out before Aug. 31, according to a defense official.
“It’s going to build, to increase significantly,” the official told Defense One onDefense One
Feb 05 2021
During an Instagram live-stream on Monday, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez described her experiences during the storming of the Capitol on January 6. Ocasio-Cortez’s description of her evacuation led some to believe that rioters broke into her office while she was in there.
Ocasio-Cortez said that after hearing banging on her office doors, an aide told her to hide and she went into theThe Dispatch
Aug 02 2021
“The first flight evacuating Afghans who worked alongside Americans in Afghanistan brought more than 200 people, including scores of children and babies in arms, to new lives in the United States on Friday… Congress on Thursday overwhelmingly approved legislation that would allow an additional 8,000 visas and $500 million in funding for the Afghan visa program.” AP News
“The TalibanThe Flip Side
Sep 12 2020
The industrial plants in the riverside Louisiana city of Port Allen have worried Diana LeBlanc since her children were young. In 1978, an explosion at the nearby Placid oil refinery forced her family to evacuate. “We had to leave in the middle of the night with two babies,” said LeBlanc, now 70. “I always had to be on the alert.”
LeBlanc worried an industrial accident would endanger herProPublica
Sep 06 2021
The Taliban said on Monday they have taken control of Panjshir province north of Kabul, the last holdout of anti-Taliban forces in the country and the only province the Taliban had not seized during their blitz across Afghanistan last month.
Thousands of Taliban fighters overran eight districts of Panjshir overnight, according to witnesses from the area who spoke on condition ofAssociated Press
Sep 01 2021
In the last call between U.S. President Joe Biden and his Afghanistan counterpart before the Taliban seized control of the country, the leaders discussed military aid, political strategy and messaging tactics, but neither Biden nor Ashraf Ghani appeared aware of or prepared for the immediate danger of the entire country falling to insurgents, a transcript reviewed by Reuters shows.
Aug 31 2021
In an address to the nation exactly 24 hours after he abruptly ended a chaotic evacuation of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, a defensive and at times surly President Biden insisted the bug-out was an “extraordinary success,” despite the stranding of hundreds of American citizens and thousands of Afghan allies.
“As we close 20 years of war and strife and pain and sacrifice, it’s time toNew York Post (News)