The Supreme Court is keeping pandemic-era limits on immigration in place indefinitely, dashing hopes of immigration advocates who had been anticipating their end this week.
The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking an order that would lift pandemic-era restrictions on asylum seekers. But it is leaving open the prospect of lifting the restrictions by Wednesday.
Officials on the U.S. southern border are bracing for up to 15,000 crossings a day if Title 42 expires as scheduled on Wednesday.
The trending TikTok ban is gaining steam on Capitol Hill where lawmakers are working on two bills to ban the app; one seeks to ban it from government devices – the other wants a total nationwide ban.
The situation at the southern U.S. border is expected to get even worse next week. Title 42, a Trump pandemic-era policy that allows for the immediate expulsion of some migrants without allowing them to claim asylum, is about to end.
Migrants at the southern border are being routed into a little-known program designed to help people with special circumstances. Technically it also reduces the numbers of illegal crossers, because they are pre-approved before reaching the border, then transported into the US at taxpayer expense.
With high inflation still hitting Americans hard, so many are in need of a helping hand. One charity is going the extra mile to help out, paying off mortgages for some who are facing much more than economic hardship – the families of America's fallen heroes.
In a rare show of bipartisan unity, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a measure Wednesday night that would prohibit federal employees from downloading or even using the social media app TikTok on any type of government-owned electronic device.
After four straight three-quarter-point interest rate hikes, the Federal Reserve is set to announce a smaller half-point increase in its key rate Wednesday, a first step toward dialing back its efforts to combat inflation. At the same time, the Fed is expected to signal that it plans more hikes next year than it had previously forecast to try to conquer the worst inflation bout in four decades.
A man accused of one of the deadliest terror attacks against Americans is in a U.S. jail.