Supreme Court says Trump administration may continue ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy for asylum seekers

State of the Nation

Source: MSN The Supreme Court on Wednesday said the Trump administration may continue its “Remain in Mexico” policy for asylum seekers while lower-court challenges continue, after the federal government warned that tens of thousands of immigrants amassed at the southern border could overwhelm the immigration system. The justices reversed a decision of a panel of …

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Senate GOP chairman abruptly shifts course on subpoena targeting Bidens

State of the Nation

Source: MSN A top Senate Republican abruptly canceled plans to subpoena records and testimony from an official connected to a Ukrainian firm that once employed the son of former vice president Joe Biden. The decision by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, comes as Democrats have attacked …

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U.S. to Suspend Most Travel From Europe as World Scrambles to Fight Pandemic

State of the Nation

Source: MSN President Trump on Wednesday night blocked most visitors from continental Europe to the United States and vowed emergency aid to workers and small businesses as the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a global pandemic, stock markets plunged further and millions of people cut themselves off from their regular lives. In a prime-time …

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Half of single seniors can’t pay for the basics: Why Social Security’s not enough

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Source: MSN Money Retirement is often called the golden years. Many elderly Americans probably wouldn’t describe it that way. Recent research from the Center for Social and Demographic Research on Aging at the University of Massachusetts Boston found that many older Americans don’t have enough money to get by. The report estimates that 50% of …

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