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U.S. judge blocks expulsions of migrant families under Trump-era order

(Reuters) -A U.S. district judge on Thursday blocked the expulsion of migrant families caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border under an order put in place by former President Donald Trump's administration early in the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn More

 

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Biden approval drops to lowest of presidency: Reuters/Ipsos poll

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Public approval of U.S. President Joe Biden has dropped to the lowest level of his presidency, with Americans appearing to be increasingly critical of his response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll. More »

 

Chauvin, convicted in Floyd's murder, pleads not guilty to violating teen's rights

(Reuters) - The former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd pleaded not guilty on Thursday to violating a teenager's civil rights by using a neck restraint similar to the one that killed Floyd, a Black man whose death galvanized a national protest movement against racism. More »

 

Judge won't ease release conditions for salon owner facing Jan. 6 riot charges

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge on Thursday declined to ease pre-trial release conditions for a Beverly Hills, California, beauty salon owner facing felony charges for participating in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot. More »

 

Pelosi predicts 'what's his name' would fail in a 2024 White House run

(Reuters) - Former U.S. President Donald Trump might make another White House run in 2024, but if he does, he will take his place in American history as a two-time loser, House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi predicted on Thursday. More »

 

Biden says Republican governors are undermining COVID safety response

(Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday directed his ire at the governors of Florida and Texas, accusing the Republican leaders of "doing everything they can to undermine the life-saving requirements" he proposed to counter the spread of COVID-19. More »

 

Attorney for Clinton campaign indicted in U.S. Trump-Russia probe

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An attorney who represented Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign was indicted on Thursday for lying to the FBI, as part of U.S. Special Counsel John Durham's probe into origins of the FBI's investigation of ties between Russia and former President Donald Trump's campaign. More »

 

Biden expects Congress to approve spending, infrastructure bills

(Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday expressed confidence that Congress will pass both a bill funding infrastructure investments and a supplementary spending bill as Democrats seek to infuse trillions of dollars into the U.S. economy. More »

 

U.S. Justice Dept orders review that grantees obey civil rights laws

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta this week ordered the Justice Department to review whether it is adequately monitoring police departments and other recipients of its federal grants to ensure they are not engaging in "illegal discrimination." More »

 

FDA revises Lilly's COVID-19 antibody combo EUA for use after exposure to virus

(Reuters) -The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Thursday it has revised its emergency use authorization for Eli Lilly's COVID-19 antibody cocktail to include for use in patients who have been exposed to the virus and are at high risk for progression to severe disease. More »

 

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