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DHS to bring migrants sent to wait in Mexico back to US

The Biden administration said it will begin allowing asylum-seekers stuck waiting in Mexico under a Trump-era program into the United States, embarking on a difficult effort to locate and transport thousands of migrants during a global pandemic.

U.S. to revoke terrorist designation of Yemen’s Houthi on Feb. 16

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday announced that he would revoke the designations of Yemen's Houthi as a Foreign Terrorist Organization and a Specially Designated Global Terrorist effective on Feb. 16.

Rep. Ilhan Omar takes leadership post on House Foreign Affairs Committee

U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar is rising on the House Foreign Affairs Committee as she steps into the role of vice chair of the subcommittee with jurisdiction over Africa and global human rights issues.

Biden says US has bought enough COVID-19 vaccine for ‘all Americans’

The U.S. government has secured contracts for another 200 million doses of coronavirus vaccine, meaning there are now enough shots in the pipeline to inoculate “all Americans,” President Biden announced Thursday.

Plan to ban tens of thousands of H-4 visa spouses from work is killed by Biden administration

A federal government plan to ban tens of thousands of workers married to H-1B visa holders from U.S. employment has been killed by the administration of President Joe Biden, according to the White House regulatory agenda.

U.S. CDC experiments show double masks substantially reducing exposure to virus

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently conducted experiments to improve the fit of masks amid COVID-19 pandemic, suggesting that combining cloth mask and medical procedure mask could reduce a wearer's exposure to virus by over 90 percent.

In first call with Xi, Biden looks to reset US-China relationship

President Joe Biden spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday night for the first time since taking office, beginning the process of reshaping America’s approach in dealing with its most intense economic competitor and Pacific Rim strategic rival.

U.S. announces sanctions against Myanmar’s military leaders

U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced sanctions against military leaders in Myanmar.

Biden opposes effort to recall Newsom, White House says

The White House on Monday announced that President Biden "clearly opposes" the ongoing recall effort against Gov. Gavin Newsom, adding to a growing chorus of Democrats voicing support for California's governor in recent days.

U.S. Senate votes to proceed with impeachment trial of former President Trump

U.S. Senate on Tuesday voted to proceed with the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump.

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