The Homeland Security Department said it is complying with a judge’s ruling halting the Biden administration from putting the kibosh on the Title 42 pandemic border shutdown, delivering a win to Republicans and a reprieve to many Democrats who feared political fallout should President Biden have fully reopened the border.
The New York attorney general’s office said Monday it subpoenaed Donald Trump’s longtime executive assistant and plans to question her under oath next week as part of its civil investigation into the former president’s business dealings.
A judge has struck down the University of Houston’s new harassment policy, siding with three conservative students who argued the policy impinged on the right to free expression on topics from transgender athletes to immigration.
Vice President Kamala Harris and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy are sounding the alarm Monday over health worker “burnout” because of systemic challenges in the sector and the pandemic’s toll.
When the country’s top-ranked public high school changed its admissions policy two years ago, it insisted the goal wasn’t to hurt Asian Americans.
A 32-year-old runner died and 15 others were hospitalized during the Brooklyn Half Marathon on Saturday morning, according to New York City police.