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Officials are raising concerns over the increase in fentanyl; a study provided more evidence that fentanyl is rising at astronomical rates.

115 million fentanyl pills seized in 2023, agent says ‘cartel controls border’

Government officials have been raising concerns over the dramatic increase in fentanyl in the U.S. According to the International Journal of Drug Policy, there were roughly 50,000 fentanyl pills seized by law enforcement in 2017. In 2023, there were more than 115 million pills confiscated. That is 2,300 times more than six years ago. The…

In a potential breakthrough, Hamas has accepted a ceasefire proposal that could end the war in Gaza.

In potential breakthrough, Hamas accepts cease-fire proposal to pause war

In Jerusalem, Hamas announced its acceptance of an Egyptian-Qatari proposal for a cease-fire to pause the seven-month-long conflict with Israel in Gaza on Monday, May 6. This comes hours after Israel ordered roughly 100,000 Palestinians to evacuate from the eastern region of Rafah, a move signaling a possible ground invasion by Israel. The potential for…

A San Diego city official claims that the city is now the "new epicenter" of the U.S. border crisis, citing new numbers from border patrol.

San Diego official warns city is ‘new epicenter’ of immigration crisis

A San Diego city official has labeled the city as the “new epicenter” for the border crisis, citing a surge in illegal crossings and migrants’ arrivals by boat. San Diego District 5 Supervisor Jim Desmond criticized California’s policies, saying that the states actions have contributed to the crisis. “San Diego is the new epicenter for…

A Harris Poll shows over half of Americans, including Democrats and Republicans, now support mass deportations of undocumented immigrants.

Poll: Majority of Americans support mass deportation of undocumented immigrants

A recent poll conducted by The Harris Poll indicated that just over half of Americans endorse the idea of mass deportations of undocumented immigrants. According to the survey results, 51% of Americans, including 42% of Democrats and 68% of Republicans, expressed support for deporting immigrants in large numbers. The poll also highlighted that 30% of…

Biden's call for restraint and de-escalation following Iran's attack on Israel is just another example of his failed foreign policies.

Biden’s foreign policy riddled with errors and misfortune

President Biden entered office with a promise to repair the damage inflicted by former President Trump on the international stage. He vowed to prioritize values like democracy and human rights while also aiming to end the “forever wars” in Afghanistan and the Middle East. Yet, some critics argue that U.S. foreign policy has been marked…

The Alejandro Mayorkas impeachment moves to the Senate for a trial but Democrats are likely to dismiss the charges.

Mayorkas impeachment moves to Senate for trial

Senators swear in as jurors Wednesday, April 17, for the impeachment trial against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The Senate will issue a summons to Mayorkas, informing him of the charges and requesting a written response; he is not required to appear. House Republicans have charged Mayorkas with failing to enforce immigration laws and betraying public trust.…

Seven jurors selected in former President Trump's hush money trial; historic rains flood United Arab Emirates, impacting airport and region. The Morning Rundown™

First 7 jurors selected in Trump hush money trial

The first seven jurors are selected in former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial, and historic rain in the United Arab Emirates leads to major flooding at the Dubai airport and across the region. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, April 17, 2024. First 7 jurors selected in Trump hush money…

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators interrupt President Biden's celebrity-packed fundraising event at Radio City Music Hall. And, The Wall Street Journal marks one year of reporter Evan Gershkovich being held in a Russian prison. The Morning Rundown™

Pro-Palestinian protesters interrupt Biden’s star-studded NYC fundraiser

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators interrupt President Biden’s celebrity-packed fundraising event at Radio City Music Hall. And, The Wall Street Journal marks one year of reporter Evan Gershkovich being held in a Russian prison. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, March 29, 2024. Protesters interrupt Biden’s star-studded NYC fundraiser President Joe Biden, joined by…

Multiple attacks on political candidates have occurred in Mexico as the country's largest election campaign nears its end.

Mexican president asks US to send $20B to Latin America, legalize migrants

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is focusing on immigration, trade and the fentanyl crisis as he enters the final six months of his presidency. In an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes,” López Obrador discussed his ongoing influence on the future of U.S.-Mexico relations and his vision for the coming months. After a record-breaking influx…

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