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Biden Eyes 8-Year Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Migrants, No New Border Security Plans
Joe Biden has also pledged to add more immigration judges and provide aid to Central and South American countries to help stop the flow of migrant refugees into the United States.
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Jenna Ryan, Capitol Rioter Who Wants Trump Pardon, Said She Flew to DC Because of a 'Cute Guy'
"He was adorable," Ryan said. "And there was another adorable girl there, too, and they ended up getting together, darn it."
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'Please Sue Me': MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Welcomes Dominion Lawsuit Over Election Claims
"I welcome Dominion to sue me. I welcome it. Please," Lindell said in response to threats of a lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems. "Please sue me... and then you can show us all about your machines."
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Joe Biden, Donald Trump Battle Over COVID Travel Bans as Contentious Transition Draws to a Close
Trump signed an order on Monday lifting some COVID-19 travel bans. A spokesperson for Biden immediately said the incoming Administration does not intend to do that.
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Kansas County Finds Outside Nurses to Give COVID Vaccine After Health Chief Refuses
"It's a new technology, we've never seen it before, it was only studied in 45 people before it was approved," said Coffey County Health Department Administrator Lindsay Payer.
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'Infamy Is Just As Good': Pro-Trump Rioter Arrested After Incriminating Herself Online
The 23-year-old senior at the University of Kentucky has since deleted her Twitter and Instagram accounts after her videos led to her arrest.
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GOP Lawmaker Claimed 'Democratic Machine' Paid Capitol Rioters to Make Trump Look Bad
His claim has been repeated by numerous Republicans on social media but was disavowed as untrue by the FBI.
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'Highly Suspect': Pelosi Opposes Installing 'Unqualified' Trump Loyalist as Top NSA Lawyer
In a letter on Sunday, Nancy Pelosi demanded that acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller stop his plans to install Michael Ellis, an allegedly "unqualified" Trump loyalist, as the NSA General Counsel.
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If Donald Trump Writes a Presidential Handover Letter, Here's What He May Say to Joe Biden
Trump not leaving a note could signal that the president is eying a 2024 run and serve as a "drumbeat" to his supporters, one political historian stated.
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Democrats Condemn ICE After Agency Shares MLK Day Message About 'Justice and Equality'
"You should sit this one out," former Democratic presidential hopeful Julián Castro wrote.
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Trump Reveals Who He Wants Statues to Honor in National Garden
What do Kobe Bryant, Bob Hope and Thomas Jefferson have in common? They are among the more than 200 names President Donald Trump has recommended to be honored in a yet-to-be created National Garden of American Heroes.
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Former Defense Secretaries Urge Congress to Grant Lloyd Austin a Waiver
"Now more than ever, we need an experienced, competent, organized, and respected Secretary of Defense," the officials said.
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Which States Have Vaccinated the Most and Least People? Newest CDC Data
Vaccine distribution has been left up to states, and some are moving faster with inoculations than others.
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MLK's Son, on MLK Day, Endorses Andrew Yang to Be NYC Mayor
"Andrew's commitment to a basic income is why I'm endorsing him," Martin Luther King III said, emphasizing that his father supported the idea.
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10 Years After Sparking Arab Spring, Tunisia Faces Riots Over Faltering Economy
Tunisia has been mired in political and economic crises since its 2011 uprising, dubbed the "Jasmine Revolution."
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Many Floridians Overdue for 2nd COVID Vaccine Dose, Worried of Side Effects
Some seniors are "balking at getting the second shot because they've heard that the side effects are worse with the second shot," one health official said.
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What Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Did for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a gift for a cause close to their hearts "in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and all that he stood for."
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Venomous Snake Found on Man's Sink After It Climbed Into Laundry Room
The bite of an eastern brown snake injects venom that is powerful enough to kill a human.
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Trader Joe's Manager Stops Anti-Maskers Entering Store in Video Watched 7 Million Times
The incident came as total confirmed cases in Oregon surpassed 133,205, with 1,800 total reported deaths.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene Won't Attend Joe Biden's Inauguration
Controversial Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene won't be attending the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden this week.
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Partygoers Tell Police They Were Unaware of Pandemic As They 'Never Watch the News'
Hampshire Police in the U.K. said partygoers claimed they didn't know about the coronavirus pandemic.
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Joe Biden's New Twitter Account Gains Almost 1 Million Followers Before Inauguration
President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn into office on January 20.
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Iranian Officials Demand Biden Lift Sanctions, Return to Nuclear Deal
"Whatever has happened under Trump's administration must go back to the pre-Trump era," a top Iranian official said.
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Off-Duty Officer Accused of Assaulting Fellow Deputy at Texas Bar
Maverick Mason Moreland, of the Bexar County Sheriff's Office, arrested for allegedly hitting woman he was dating.
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Woman Has Allergic Reaction to COVID Vaccine, Encourages Others to Get Shot
"I think the vaccine is imperative," the woman, whose name is Raana Bell, said, while calling for there to be more transparency regarding the shots.
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Spread of U.K. COVID Variant May Bring More Death: Biden's CDC Director Rochelle Walensky
The chief of infectious diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital also said some variants may make certain antibody treatments less effective.
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Martin Luther King Jr.'s Son Calls Inauguration Threats 'Frightening'
King discussed the "foolishness" of the potential threat to 50 state governments ahead of Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
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Fearing an Insider Attack, FBI is Vetting Guard Troops for Inauguration
"We're continually going through the process, and taking second, third looks at every one of the individuals assigned to this operation," one official said.
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McDonald's Worker Gunned Down by Delivery Driver in Tennessee
The male victim was shot in the hand and abdomen by a DoorDash driver in the parking lot of a store in Memphis, Tennessee, at about 3 a.m. on Monday.
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Communities of Color Need a Bottom-Up Jobs Plan Now, To Rebuild After the Pandemic | Opinion
Community-led infrastructure job creation is critical to address the massive job losses that marginalized populations have endured.
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