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Sen. Katie Britt criticized current immigration policies, recounting a woman's horrific sex trafficking ordeal at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Who is Sen. Katie Britt, the GOP pick to respond to Biden’s State of the Union?

Katie Britt, a first-term Republican senator from Alabama, has been tapped by party leaders to deliver the GOP response to President Biden’s State of the Union address on Thursday night, March 7. At 42 years old, Sen. Britt holds the distinction of being the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate from Alabama. Raised in…

A Texas court overruled a decision that halted a new law allowing local police to arrest migrants suspected of being in the U.S. illegally.

Texas wins appeal over state law allowing local police to arrest migrants

Texas and the Biden administration have been at odds over multiple border security issues. On Saturday, March 2, an appeals court ruled in favor of the state, reversing a lower court’s ruling that halted a Texas law that would allow local law enforcement to arrest migrants suspected of being in the U.S. illegally. On Thursday,…

Biden called for bipartisan border legislation, challenging Trump to join in The Morning Rundown™

Biden, Trump make separate visits to southern border: March 1, 2024

In competing visits, President Biden and former President Trump address the crisis at the southern border. And, at least two people are dead in the largest fire in Texas history. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, March 1, 2024. Biden, Trump make separates stops at Southern border to address immigration President…

Multiple migrants were kicked out of a New York City basement. Meanwhile, Mayor Eric Adams calls for changes to a sanctuary city law.

NYC migrants shelter in basement; Adams calls for sanctuary law change

Seventy-four migrants alternated turns sheltering in a Queen’s basement until a neighbor filed a complaint, leading to the migrants getting kicked out of the store. Simultaneously, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, D, is expressing frustration with the immigration system and advocating for changes to a decades-old sanctuary city law that offers certain protections to…

President Biden and former President Trump win in Michigan as a group of Democratic voters use the primary to send a message. The Morning Rundown™

Biden wins Michigan despite ‘uncommitted’ votes; Trump defeats Haley: The Morning Rundown, Feb. 28, 2024

President Biden and former President Trump win in Michigan as a group of Democratic voters use the primary to send a message. And wildfires in the Texas Panhandle result in the shutdown of a nuclear weapons facility. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024. Biden wins Michigan despite ‘uncommitted’…

President Joe Biden is considering taking executive action to get a handle on the migrant crisis at the southern border. The Morning Rundown™

Biden considers executive action to handle crisis at U.S.-Mexico border: The Morning Rundown, Feb. 22, 2024

President Biden is reportedly considering taking executive action for the migrant crisis at the southern border. And it’s the return of “panda diplomacy” as China plans to send two giant pandas to the U.S. Reports: Biden considering executive action to handle border crisis President Joe Biden is considering taking executive action to get a handle…

Bus after bus, major cities far from the border are starting to buckle under budgetary pressures of the nation's migrant crisis.

Why major cities are slashing services to pay for the migrant crisis

Bus after bus, major cities far from the border are starting to buckle under budgetary pressures of the nation’s migrant crisis. S&P Global Ratings is monitoring the credit health of New York, Denver and Chicago as they face sheltering tens of thousands of asylum-seekers. “The issue will destroy New York City,” Mayor Eric Adams said…

ICE is considering releasing migrants due to a lack of funding, however, this could cause issues for cities already facing overcrowding.

ICE could release thousands of detained migrants due to budget deficit

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is reportedly considering a plan to release thousands of migrants held in detention facilities due to a lack of funding to sustain operations. Detention facility operations amount to some of the costliest expenses for the agency. To trim costs while facing a budget deficit, more migrants could potentially be released…

The House GOP voted to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over his handling of the migrant crisis at the southern border. The Morning Rundown™

House GOP impeaches Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas: The Morning Rundown, Feb. 14, 2024

In their second attempt, House Republicans vote to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. And a driver is killed after crashing into the emergency room of a Texas hospital, leaving others critically injured. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. House Republicans vote to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas…

American anxiety over immigration has a lot to do with our own fears of cultural assimilation, and that has been true since our founding.

Xenophobia, not immigration, is the real border crisis

The United States, it has been said, is a nation of immigrants, and was founded by many immigrants themselves. Yet we are also a nation with a long history of anti-immigrant laws and policies stretching back to our founding. This reality has resurfaced as Congress again debates updating U.S. border security and immigration policies. Straight…

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