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FAA bans drones filming 11,000 illegal Haitian immigrants at U.S. border

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After Fox News broadcast images of 12,000 Haitians and others packed under a Texas-Mexico border bridge, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has imposed a no-fly zone. Fox was filming the mind-boggling images ...

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Dan Crenshaw asks for prayers after threat to remaining eyesight

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Congressman Dan Crenshaw of Texas is requesting prayers as he recovers from surgery for a detached retina. “A few days ago, I noticed some dark blurry spots in my vision,” he said. ...

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Border agency deletes news it captured suspected terrorists at border

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The Biden administration is being admonished for deleting an official document regarding the arrest of two suspected terrorists from Yemen who crossed the U.S. border with Mexico. The Department of Homeland Security ...

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National Sheriffs Association: 50% of migrants have Covid

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As the humanitarian crisis along the southern border grows, disturbing data has been released concerning COVID rates among migrants. Dr. Ivan Melendez, the health authority in Hidalgo County, Texas said “The reality ...

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Mexico, media, and Democrats begin blaming Biden for migrant crisis

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Democrats and media outlets may be turning against President Joe Biden over the escalating humanitarian crisis on the southern border. In addition, Mexico is now blaming Biden for the crisis. In an ...

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Senator Hawley: 74 million Americans are not going to ‘shut up’

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Senator Josh Hawley, (R-MO) didn’t mince words Wednesday in Homeland Security Committee hearings on alleged voting irregularities in the 2020 election. Hawley said voters he’s talked to are angry and “not crazy” ...

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Senate investigation: Hunter Biden connected to illegal Burisma dealings and prostitution ring

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Hunter Biden, son of Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, was involved in a number of illegal business dealings with foreign governments and Burisma, according to a report form a Senate Committee. The ...

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Coronavirus expected to surge in U.S. in coming weeks

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Just days after the U.S. government announced it has designated 10 quarantine centers across the country, leading health experts warned on Feb. 12 that the United States will likely soon see thousands ...

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New Yorkers banned from future Global Entry passport participation

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New Yorkers applying for the Global Entry program and other trusted traveler programs have a new reality. They’re no longer considered “trusted.” That’s because the Department of Homeland Security is suspending enrollment ...

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Travel ban extended to six new nations over poor security

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After weighing growing security concerns, the Trump administration has extended a travel ban for six additional nations. President Donald Trump signed the authorization for the countries who have failed to comply with ...

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Missouri reminds residents to apply for REAL ID as deadline approaches

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Missourians who intend to fly later this year are encouraged to apply now for their REAL ID. The Transportation Security Administration will begin requiring the updated IDs this October, according to KMOV-TV ...

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President’s approval numbers rise as Democrats investigate

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In spite of, or possibly in reaction to, announcements of new Democrat investigations into him, President Donald Trump’s approval rating grew to 53 percent. That’s according to a polling firm on April ...

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Pelosi letter says House will not authorize SOTU until government reopens; Trump responds

With House speaker Nancy Pelosi suggesting to the President he was not welcome on the House floor to give the State of the Union due to security reasons while the government is ...

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New US policy: asylum-seeking people must wait in Mexico; 50,000 trying to cross border monthly

People heading to the southwest border to seek asylum in the United States will have to wait in Mexico until their claims are processed, under an agreement between the two countries announced ...

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