US ‘Remain in Mexico’ immigration policy ordered to resume
29 August 2021 | 12:24 pm
The US Supreme Court has upheld a lower court ruling that requires the Biden administration to reinstate the controversial Trump-era immigration policy.
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Khalid Aydd Ahmad al-Jabouri, a senior IS leader tied to planned attacks in Europe, was killed in an unknown location in Syria by US forces.
In an interview with FRANCE 24 in New York, former US counterterrorism czar Richard Alan Clarke described the main threats facing the United States in cyberspace and warned that Russia's cyber weapons could potentially "do a lot of damage" in the US.
All sides are closely watching whether China would respond by staging another round of large-scale military exercises near the self-ruled democratic island.
Republicans in control of the Tennessee House of Representatives have expelled two Democratic representatives over a gun control demonstration.
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US officials are reviewing how a recent leak of highly classified documents could affect national security.
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