(Douglas Braff) The heads of the two U.S. immigration enforcement agencies were directed by the Biden administration to use words such as “noncitizen” and “integration” instead of “alien” and “assimilation” as part of its effort to use immigration terms seen as more humane, according to memos obtained first by The Washington Post.
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(Annaliese Levy) Former President Donald Trump is criticizing President Joe Biden for selecting the 20th anniversary of 9/11 to pull out the U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
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(Ben Wilson) Anew AP-NORC poll released Friday shows an overwhelming amount of American support requiring identification to vote.
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(Annaliese Levy) CBS’s “60 Minutes” is receiving backlash after airing a segment Sunday night about Florida Governor Ron DeSantis‘s vaccine distribution partnership with Publix grocery stores.
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(Douglas Braff) Vice’s Motherboard first reported Monday that The Black Vault, an online clearinghouse for declassified documents, has published an archive of thousands of downloadable documents containing PDFs consisting of CIA files on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), what the government prefers to call them.
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(Annaliese Levy) A new state media report claims that the Chinese government is no longer holding Uyghur women in internment camps. The Uyghur women have been “emancipated” and are “no longer baby-making machines,” according to a tweet posted by the Chinese Embassy in the U.S.
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(Jennie Taer) Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser spoke to reporters Thursday, addressing the riots at the U.S. Capitol just one day before. Bowser listed a number of “priorities” she hopes the new Congress will place on the agenda with the incoming Biden administration.
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(Ben Wilson) Jack Dorsey took to his platform to taunt Parler after its removal from the Apple App Store on Saturday. The free-speech alternative to Dorsey’s censorship-filed site has since been removed from Google Play and Amazon Web Services—meaning it will be offline until a new host is selected.
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(Sara Carter) Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley joined other GOP lawmakers on Wednesday, when he announced that he will object to to the certification of electoral votes to name Joe Biden President of the United States. It will be more than just a symbolic statement but the televised event, along with the objections from lawmakers, will finally lay out all the concerns of alleged voter fraud to the American public, said Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus Andy Biggs.
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