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Democrats in the U.S. Senate have introduced legislation to enhance the powers of ICE to arrest undocumented immigrants charged with violent crimes.

Senate Dems want to boost ICE’s power to arrest undocumented immigrants

Seven Democratic senators and two independents introduced legislation which would allow Immigration and Customs Enforcement to secure judicial warrants to arrest undocumented immigrants who are charged with violent crimes, according to The Hill. The move comes amid a contentious debate over the migrant crisis at the southern border. Three of the bill’s sponsors are up…

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrives in Israel amid growing tension between the two countries The Morning Rundown™

Blinken arrives in Israel for tense talks on Gaza

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrives in Israel amid growing tension between the two countries, and the Justice Department is suing Campbell’s, one of several suits filed against the soup company. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, March 22, 2024. Blinken arrives in Israel to discuss Rafah, cease-fire talks U.S.…

The Supreme Court steps in to extend a block on Texas' immigration law. And, the biggest single prize in TV history will be up for grabs thanks to Amazon and a YouTube star. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, March 19, 2024. The Morning Rundown™

Supreme Court extends hold on Texas’ immigration law

The Supreme Court steps in to extend a block on Texas’ immigration law. And, the biggest single prize in TV history will be up for grabs thanks to Amazon and a YouTube star. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, March 19, 2024. Supreme Court extends hold on Texas’ immigration law Senate…

The Biden administration is failing to fulfill its essential duty of safeguarding our borders and protecting Americans.

Illegal immigration open border policies deadliest in American history

Many Americans rank security at the U.S.-Mexico border and immigration policy among their top political concerns. While the partisan debate rages on about whether the U.S. should welcome more immigrants or fewer immigrants, other important issues — like the trafficking of deadly fentanyl — continue to fuel popular concerns about border security. Straight Arrow News…

U.S. intelligence officials warn of threats at home and abroad. And, changes are coming for groceries with that 'Made in the USA' label. The Morning Rundown™

U.S. intelligence chiefs warn of threats at border, abroad

With ongoing wars and the crisis at the border, U.S. intelligence officials warn of threats at home and abroad. And changes are coming for groceries with that ‘Made in the USA’ label. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, March 12, 2024. U.S. intelligence chiefs warn of threats at border, abroad Top…

Israel is getting ready to take the fight to Hezbollah. Meanwhile, the USAV Besson is on its way to start building a pier near Gaza.

Israel taking fight to Hezbollah, US sends troops to build pier in Gaza

Israel is getting ready to take the fight to Hezbollah in Lebanon. At the same time, the United States Army Vessel General Frank S. Besson is on its way to the Mediterranean so its crew can set up a temporary pier near Gaza. Video of the Israel Defense Forces practicing logistics supply drills is now…

Sen. Katie Britt, R-Ala., is defending the inaccurate story she told about a human trafficking victim during her SOTU rebuttal.

Britt defends story of trafficking victim that contained inaccuracies

Alabama Sen. Katie Britt, R — who gave the rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union — is trying to clarify a story she told in her speech. It was revealed that the story was shared out of context with multiple inaccuracies and without permission. Britt strongly criticized Biden’s border policies and said…

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins with no signs of a cease-fire in the war of Gaza. And news agencies are pulling an image of the Royal Family, claiming it has been altered. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, March 11, 2024. The Morning Rundown™

No cease-fire deal reached in Gaza as Ramadan begins

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins with no signs of a cease-fire in the war in Gaza. And Kate responds after news agencies pulled an image of the Royal Family, claiming it has been altered. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, March 11, 2024. No cease-fire deal reached as Muslim…

President Biden created his own border crisis, and continues to blame the GOP while he alone is responsible for it.

Biden blames GOP for his own border crisis

U.S.-Mexico border security and broader immigration concerns remain key priorities for many Americans following the failure of a bipartisan border reform bill to advance through Congress. Legislators and President Biden blamed the MAGA camp for sabotaging that bill in its final stages, accusing Trump of deliberately sinking the bill so that he could campaign on…

President Biden speaks to the nation in his State of the Union address. The highlights and takeaways from the night. And — an Army soldier is indicted, accused of selling military secrets to a Chinese agent. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, March 8, 2024. The Morning Rundown™

Takeaways from Biden’s address to the nation

President Biden speaks to the nation in his State of the Union address. The highlights and takeaways from the night. And — an Army soldier is indicted, accused of selling military secrets to a Chinese agent. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, March 8, 2024. Biden’s State of the Union In…