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Feb 05 2020
ICE Is Now Fingerprinting Immigrants As Young As 14 Years Old
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have begun fingerprinting unaccompanied immigrant children over the age of 14 who are not in their custody but are in shelters across the country, BuzzFeed News has learned.
ICE officials called it a way to protect unaccompanied minors in custody.
“In January, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issued field guidance toBuzzFeed News
Feb 23 2021
US reopens Texas surge facility to hold immigrant teenagers
President Joe Biden’s administration has reopened a tent facility to house up to 700 immigrant teenagers after they cross the U.S.-Mexico border unaccompanied by a parent, a sign of growing worries about how children are treated in government custody.
U.S. Health and Human Services said Monday that the first teens arrived at Carrizo Springs, Texas, which was converted two years ago intoAssociated Press
Oct 08 2013
"Maybe She's Just Lying" - Jon Stewart Grills Kathleen Sebelius
In an interview that frequently turned contentious liberal talk show host Jon Stewart interviewed HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on The Daily Show last night.Townhall
Mar 24 2021
Kamala Harris calls border situation 'a huge problem' and vows to visit with Biden
Vice President Kamala Harris called the situation at the southern border "a huge problem" that is "not going to be solved overnight" as the White House struggles to accommodate the vast number of unaccompanied migrant children seeking asylum.
"Look, it's a huge problem. I'm not going to pretend it's not," Harris said during an interview with CBS This Morning on Wednesday. "Are weWashington Examiner
Feb 17 2020
14 passengers on US charter flights evacuating the Diamond Princess have tested positive for coronavirus
Fourteen people who were evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship and flown back to the United States on charter flights tested positive for novel coronavirus, according to a joint statement from the US Departments of State and Health and Human Services.
The passengers are among the more than 300 people removed from the ship, which is docked off the Japanese port city of YokohamaCNN (Online News)
Oct 23 2013
Sebelius to CNN: health-care law phone centers have logged more than a million calls
Phone centers that answer questions about the new health-care law have logged more than a million calls, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told CNN Tuesday night.Washington Post
Feb 18 2015
Obama Touts Phony Obamacare Numbers (Again)
Last year, the Obama administration announced to much fanfare that it cleared 8 million Obamacare enrollments but later admitted it inflated those figures by 1.3 million.
In the wake of the bogus numbers revelation, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Burwell apologized for the “unacceptable mistake” and held meetings to solicit ideas on how to repair HHS’s tarnished imageBreitbart News
May 15 2020
Rick Bright: 'Ousted' vaccine expert says US is facing its 'darkest winter'
A former top US health official has told Congress the country could face its "darkest winter in modern history" because of the coronavirus.
Rick Bright led the government agency trying to develop a vaccine, but was removed from his post last month.
Mr Bright says he was ousted from the job after refusing to promote an untested drug treatment being touted as a "game changer" byBBC News
Nov 06 2019
Judge strikes down new Trump rule on religious objections
NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday struck down a new Trump administration rule that could open the way for more health care workers to refuse to participate in abortions or other procedures on moral or religious grounds.
U.S. District Judge Paul A. Engelmayer said the U.S. Health and Human Services Department overstepped its authority and went beyond existing law in issuingAssociated Press
Jun 25 2021
How risky is ‘gain of function’ research? Congress scrutinizes China.
As questions mount over whether the COVID-19 pandemic could have started with a Chinese lab leak, members of Congress are shining a bright spotlight on controversial virus research often referred to as “gain of function.”
Lawmakers are increasingly concerned that researchers who experiment with viruses in an effort to understand them and avert future pandemics could end up making themChristian Science Monitor