A string of unexpected impediments could delay the administration’s timeline on an issue that is central to its effort to address racial disparities.
The Biden administration is working with Central American nations like Costa Rica to develop ways for migrants to apply for protection closer to their home countries.
More than half of the roughly 843,000 claims submitted since the legislation was signed have been processed. But there are still more than 384,700 applications pending.
During a stop in New Mexico, the president highlighted how one of his signature pieces of legislation will benefit blue-collar workers.
One agent went to the hospital after being bitten by the Bidens’ German shepherd, Commander, in a series of at least 10 incidents of “aggressive behavior.”
Citing American politics, some NATO leaders expressed concern that Washington could waver in its support if there were a shift in power.
Under the guise of pomp and pageantry, state visits can be a chance to push foreign dignitaries to align with American interests.
The past week appears to provide a blueprint for the way the White House wants to handle the politically touchy subject of former President Donald J. Trump’s legal troubles.
The film will be shown at the White House to dozens of Latino organizers and community leaders, as well as its director, Eva Longoria.
Succession plans at the military alliance is expected to be on their agenda as Jens Stoltenberg says he is stepping down in September.