U.S. Senate Dismisses Impeachment Charges Against DHS Secretary

Senate majority leader quickly moved to dismiss charges. The Senate dismissed the House’s articles of impeachment against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Wednesday in a party-line vote.…

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President Considers Administration’s Authority to Shut Southern Border

He said there’s “no guarantee” that it’s possible without Congressional approval. President Joe Biden said this week that he and his administration are exploring the legal possibility of…

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Texas Border Police Law Placed on Hold by Appeals Court

The case is still being litigated. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied Texas’ request to allow a state border authority law to go into effect while an…

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Defense Secretary Addresses Funding for Ukraine

The current aid legislation has stalled in the House of Representatives. U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin spoke about Ukraine’s need for assistance at Ramstein Air Base in Germany,…

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House Passes Resolution Denouncing President’s Border Policies

Over a dozen members of the minority party approve the measure as illegal immigration numbers increase. Congresswoman Monica De La Cruz of Texas introduced a measure that passed…

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House Minority Seeks to Force Vote on Ukraine Aid

The group attempts to bypass the House speaker with 218 signatures of support. Members of the House minority party began an attempt to bring the Senate’s $95 billion…

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Supreme Court Extends Pause of Texas Border Enforcement Law

Justice Alito grants the extension through next Monday. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito responded to an emergency legal request filed by the Department of Justice on Tuesday, extending…

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Presidential Candidates Decided in Tuesday Primaries

President Biden and former President Trump set for electoral rematch. The primary elections held in Georgia, Mississippi, Hawaii, and Washington on Tuesday have provided sufficient delegates to make…

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Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Texas Immigration Law

The order pauses the controversial law’s enactment until March 13. A day after the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay that would have allowed Texas to…

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House Speaker Expects to Avoid Government Shutdown

Congressional leaders met with President Biden to discuss federal funding and emergency foreign aid. A continuing resolution to keep the government funded may resolve a legislative stalemate between…

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