Trump returns to Capitol Hill to meet with Republican contractors, first since January. 6 attack

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump made a triumphant return to Capitol Hill to meet with House and Senate Republicans, his first since he sent the crowd “fighting like hell” before the vote. Attack of January 6, 2021as GOP attendees find themselves energized and invigorated by his attempt to take back the White House. Despite federal … Read more

Biden faces first trial over new asylum crackdown at US-Mexico border

WASHINGTON (AP) — A coalition of immigrant advocacy groups sued the Biden administration against President Joe Biden on Wednesday. recent directive that effectively ends asylum claims at the southern border, saying it is little different from a similar move by the Trump administration that was blocked by the courts. The trial — filed by the … Read more

The White House does not rule out a potential commutation of Hunter Biden’s sentence after his conviction

ON BOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) — The White House does not rule out a potential switch for Hunter Bidenthe president’s son who was convicted of three federal gun crimes and is expected to be sentenced by a judge in the coming months. “As we all know, sentencing hasn’t even been scheduled yet,” White House … Read more

Trump backs Sam Brown in U.S. Senate race, widening momentum gap in crowded Nevada GOP field

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Former President Donald Trump approved Retired Army Captain. Sam Brown in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race on Sunday, choosing a candidate widely seen as the favorite among a crowded field of primary candidates who have sought to align themselves with the former president. Trump’s endorsement came on Truth Social after he I … Read more

Biden pays tribute to American war dead with cemetery visit ending trip to France that served as rebuke to Trump

BELLEAU, France (AP) — President Joe Biden closed his trip to France by paying tribute in an American military cemetery that Donald Trump notably did not visit when he was president, hoping that his last stop on Sunday will highlight the issues of November election with deep relief. Before returning to the United States, Biden … Read more

Some nationalities escape Biden’s sweeping asylum ban because deportation flights are rare

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Border Patrol arrested Gerardo Henao 14 hours after President Joe Biden asylum treatment suspended at the US border with Mexico this week. But instead of being summarily deported, he was dropped off by agents the next day at a San Diego bus stop, where he boarded a train to the airport … Read more

Macron welcomes Biden as they try to overcome trade tensions

PARIS (AP) – President Joe Biden is fueled by French President Emmanuel Macron with a state visit on Saturday as the two allies aim to show their partnership on global security issues and overcome trade tensions. Biden and Macron attended ceremonies marking the 80th anniversary of the Landing Thursday and met separately the next day … Read more

US weapons used by Ukraine to strike Russia, official says

WASHINGTON — Ukraine has used U.S. weapons to strike inside Russia in recent days, according to a U.S. senator and a Western official familiar with the matter. The weapons were used under guidelines recently approved by President Joe Biden Authorize the use of American weapons to hit targets in Russia for limited defense purposes Kharkovthe … Read more

2024 election: Arizona voters to decide whether local police can make border arrests

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona’s Republican-controlled Legislature gave final approval Tuesday to a proposal asking voters to make entering the state through Mexico a state crime any place other than a point of entry for non-citizens, sending the measure to November. . 5 rounds. The vote came as President Joe Biden unveiled his plans Tuesday for … Read more

Biden reveals plans to apply restrictions to migrants seeking asylum at the US-Mexico border

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden unveiled plans Tuesday to immediately impose significant restrictions on migrants seeking asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border, as the White House moved to neutralize immigration as a political responsibility before the November elections. Long-awaited presidential proclamation would bar migrants from obtaining asylum when U.S. officials believe the southern border is … Read more