Biden condemned Border Patrol agents on horseback for having “strapped” Haiti migrants at Del Rio, and declaring that they “will pay” for their “horrible” and “outrageous” behavior.
US agencies had intelligence that large numbers of Haitians were heading to the US in July, according to reports.
The White House says it did not select the child actors who appeared in a YouTube-original video featuring Vice President Kamala Harris, responding to criticism from conservative media and politicians that the use of the actors was deceptive.
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A whistleblower's allegations that Facebook put profits before safety is the latest revelation that "self-regulation is not working" for social-media platforms, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday. On Sunday, "60 Minutes" interviewed former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen, who alleges that the company has been deceiving investors about how it has been dealing with hate speech and misinformation on its platform. Facebook's shares dropped as much as 6% on Monday. Psaki said...
Despite lies, the U.S. Border Patrol’s horse patrol unit continues daily operations to keep the country and illegal migrants safe along the Rio Grande.
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The video shows the little girl being dumped on US soil after she made the journey from El Salvador to Mexico alone before being trafficked across the US's southern border.
Val Verde, Texas County Commissioner Beau Nettleton said Friday that Border Patrol is 'tied up' processing large groups of Haitian and Venezuelan migrants and therefore cannot focus on human and drug traffickers entering the U.S.
Ex-White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham's former boyfriend, Max Miller, was nicknamed "The Music Man" because of his talents.
The White House on Thursday said Democrats were "closer to an agreement than ever" after Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was forced to abort a planned vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill in the face of opposition from progressive m
Psaki suggested that Senate Republicans who voted against the measure were pressured by party leadership and "special interests" to do so.