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Deportation of Illegal Immigrants Drops Dramatically During First 4 Months of Biden Presidency — But Arrests Are on the Rise

President Biden’s campaign pledge to place a moratorium on the deportation of immigrants who have entered the U.S. illegally appears to be holding steady. Newly released data from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement show that, following changes in enforcement policies and administration officials, federal immigration authorities have made significantly fewer…

Biden’s New Immigration Bill Includes 8-Year Path to Citizenship

The White House and Democratic lawmakers on Thursday, Feb. 18 unveiled President Biden’s new immigration legislation, which would include a path to citizenship for those living in the U.S. without documentation. This plan is based on the immigration legislation proposal Biden introduced during his first day in office. Many of…

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Biden Signs Immigration Executive Orders, Creates Task Force to Reunite Families — But Hundreds Still Being Deported

Seeking to reverse the harsh immigration policies of former President Trump, President Joe Biden signed three executive orders Tuesday, Feb. 2 aimed at reunifying families separated at the border, addressing the root causes of migration and reviewing the naturalization process. Despite Biden’s swift actions to establish a more humane approach…

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Biden Administration Already Hard at Work Enacting Numerous Beneficial Policies; Amanda Gorman is America’s New Superstar Poet; and More

President Joe Biden sworn in and new administration already hard at work. Just hours after his emotional, star-studded and highly protected inauguration took place on Jan. 20, President Joe Biden is already working on fulfilling campaign promises and undoing some of the most egregious acts carried out by his predecessor….

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The US Breaks Its Record for Daily COVID-19 Deaths — Again; New Hope in Reuniting Immigrant Families Separated by Trump Administration at the Border; and More

The U.S. breaks its record for daily COVID-19 deaths. Again.   The United States has surpassed 14 million cases of COVID-19 infection (less than a week after hitting the 13-million milestone) and things are looking even grimmer as the country heads into the winter season. More troublingly, The New York Times…

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Racism Can Trigger Premature Aging; Trump Administration Loses Battle With Women Detained for Speaking Spanish; and More

Two new studies highlight damaging impact of racism on cells and the body Racism not only increases stress levels in the body, but also causes the body to age faster according to the results of two alarming new studies. In the first, conducted at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the…