The recent arrivals could be the start of a return to what Tucson saw in 2019 when the Border Patrol released thousands of asylum seekers to shelters, a city official said.
Despite concerns from a Democratic lawmaker over vague language, a free speech bill requiring Iowa’s Board of Regents to implement policies, t…
The Senate voted Monday to confirm Miguel Cardona as education secretary, clearing his way to lead President Joe Biden’s effort to reopen the nation’s schools amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Live updates from Biden's first 100 days: President Biden will meet virtually with Mexico's president to talk migration, labor; Senate eyes changes to House's virus relief bill.
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The Biden administration has announced plans for some asylum-seekers waiting in Mexico for their immigration court hearings to be allowed into the U.S. while their cases proceed.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Dozens of civil rights and advocacy organizations are calling on the Biden administration to immediately halt federal executions after an unprecedented run of capital punishment under President Donald Trump and to commute the sentences of inmates on federal death row.
President Joe Biden is taking his first steps to reverse Trump administration health care policies.
Some COVID-19 vaccines administered in Washington D.C. this spring may come with a bag of weed. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, during her condition of the state address Tuesday, pledged to further the cause of social justice while a…
DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, during her condition of the state address Tuesday night, pledged to further the cause of social justice w…
Interest in coverage has surged during the pandemic, but for many people, social distancing mandates took the life insurance medical exam off the table. As consumers look for quick, noninvasive ways to buy policies, insurers have turned to accelerated underwriting, a process that uses algorithms instead of exams to evaluate applicants.
The White House coronavirus task force issued extremely dire warnings to states in weekly reports this week, urging public health officials to circumvent state and local policies amid record high cases, hospitalizations and deaths, as well as fears of a surge upon a surge following Thanksgiving.
Here are some events that may be covered by a standard trip cancellation policy: getting COVID-19; being exposed to COVID-19 and being required to quarantine; and needing to care for ill family members who have COVID-19.
But they still don’t protect you if you’re too afraid to travel, said Sivley of Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection. “I’m not aware of any U.S. travel insurance provider covering for trip cancellation due to fear of COVID-19, unless the traveler had purchased cancel-for-any-reason coverage,” he said.
Review your ticket and hotel cancellation, modification and refund policy. Things happen, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, and you might need to modify your reservation or cancel it. Disney is not selling annual passes, for example, but is still allowing current passholders to renew them.
I think that there should be universal wearing of masks. If we can accomplish that with local mayors, governors, local authorities, fine. If not, we should seriously consider national. The only reason that I shy away from making a strong recommendation in that regard is that things that come from the national level down generally engender a bit of pushback from an already reluctant populace that doesn’t like to be told what to do. So you might wind up having the countereffect of people pushing back even more.
DES MOINES, Iowa — A state panel on Monday approved a settlement between Iowa State University and a former Iowa 4-H director who was fired af…