The decision to leave the cap at 125,000 was a contrast with the Trump administration, which severely restricted entry, but advocacy groups said migrants were still processed too slowly.
The fate of America’s social safety net programs has re-emerged as a campaign issue ahead of November’s midterm elections.
The Republican leader’s backing enhanced prospects for legislation drafted to prevent a repeat of the Jan. 6 assault, when rioters tried to pressure the vice president to overturn the election.
E. Jean Carroll’s case may fail thanks to broad protections granted to federal officials and employees. She still plans to file a separate suit accusing the ex-president of rape.
A member of the committee, Stephanie Murphy, represents a district in the path of Hurricane Ian.
A lawyer at a conservative legal group said in a complaint that he would personally be financially harmed by the government’s approach.
The United States has started to allow people to apply for asylum under a new process that the secretary of homeland security hopes can help fix the current “very broken system.”
The parent of Facebook and Instagram said that it had taken down what was the first targeted Chinese campaign to interfere in U.S. politics and that the effort was limited.
As Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, John Fetterman has pushed for second chances for certain convicts. But crime has become a focal point for Republicans nationwide in the 2022 elections.
Does America still embrace its international obligation to provide sanctuary to at least some unauthorized immigrants?