Capitol Report (Oct. 20): 52 Terrorists Linked to Al Qaeda Detained En Route to the US

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
October 20, 2021Capitol Report
Capitol Report (Oct. 20): 52 Terrorists Linked to Al Qaeda Detained En Route to the US
Haitian migrants cross the jungle of the Darien Gap, near Acandi, Choco department, Colombia, heading to Panama, on their way trying to reach the United States, on Sept. 26, 2021. (Raul Arboleda/Getty Images)

Clashes over vaccine mandates continue across the country. Employees in public and private sectors are protesting and filing lawsuits to push back.

With vaccine mandates across the country quickly approaching, NTD speaks to a U.S. congressman about these mandates and about his recent visit to the southern border.

Two Senate Democrats push back on the carbon tax proposed in President Joe Biden’s energy reform agenda—hinting that adjustments are needed if they are to get a new climate law through Congress.

Former President Donald Trump sues House politicians investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol protests, as well as the National Archives.

With the deep divides across the country, NTD speaks to the author of a new book, “American Schism,” to see how we might be able to find common ground.

Biden delivers remarks in support of human rights around the world, and activists call on him to hold China—the world’s largest abuser of human rights—accountable.

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