All Sides Call for Updated Immigration Laws
A new record in Eagle Pass, Texas: more than 1,000 illegal immigrants crossed the border in just five hours. This is even after the news broke that the Supreme Court is allowing Title 42 to stay at least for the next several months. The Biden administration says it has a plan to replace the temporary […]
California Today Full Broadcast (Dec. 28)
San Francisco has been sued over allegations of it moving homeless people and throwing away their stuff. City residents say there needs to be a balance between keeping public spaces clean and individual rights. The Supreme Court ruled to leave Title 42 in place, for now. But California’s San Diego County, which sits on the […]
Capitol Report (Dec. 28): Democrats Call for Newly Elected Congressman to Resign; US to Impose Travel Restrictions on China
A Texas border city sees record illegal crossings, even after the nation’s highest court allows authorities to continue to expel illegal immigrants under Title 42. Some are saying the crisis is far greater than a single policy issue. Lawmakers react after Congressman-elect George Santos admits to lying about his resume. Will he be able to […]
Newsmakers (Dec. 28): Government Targeting Health Experts Through Twitter: Latest Files
Newsmakers welcomes Sean Lin, professor of biomedical sciences at Fei Tian College and a former U.S. Army microbiologist, to talk about the wave of COVID deaths hitting Chinese Communist Party elites. Jenna Ellis, former senior adviser and counsel to President Donald Trump, speaks about the Supreme Court decision to allow Trump’s Title 42 to remain […]
NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (Dec. 28)
Were thousands of myocarditis records removed from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System? That’s what some were alleging on Twitter on Dec. 27. Title 42 will be kept in place, at least for now. The Supreme Court ruled that it will remain as legal disputes play out. The policy was aimed at stopping the spread […]
Border Patrol Seeking Contractors for Construction of Border Barriers, Infrastructure
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is accepting bids of up to $400 million per task for the construction of barriers and other infrastructure along the U.S.–Mexico border. According to the solicitation notice posted on Dec. 20, the five-year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contracts involve the design and construction of “border barriers, anti-climb features, enforcement […]
Todd Bensman on Title 42 and the Battle for the Border
Todd Bensman, senior national security fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, talks to Newsmakers about the battle around the U.S.-Mexico border and Title 42, and the recent related Supreme Court action to pause its removal. He explains how Title 42 has become a key tool in stemming the already unprecedented flow of immigration.
Senators Call for Bipartisan Solutions as Supreme Court Delays End of Title 42
Wednesday was supposed to mark the end of border rule Title 42. Now it’s in limbo after the Supreme court stepped in. The White House aims to scrap this temporary rule next week. Senators on Capitol Hill are calling for bipartisan solutions to quell an expected surge.