April 28, 2022

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Federal judge halts preparations for end of US asylum limit

A federal judge ordered a two-week halt Wednesday on the phasing out of pandemic-related restrictions on seeking asylum — and raised doubts about the Biden administration’s plan to fully lift those restrictions on May 23. For now, the decision is only a temporary setback for the administration. But the judge staked out a position that

Politics

Millionaire candidates pour cash into Ohio, Pa. Senate races

Photo: Republican Senate candidate JD Vance speaks at a rally at the Delaware County Fairgrounds, April 23, 2022, in Delaware, Ohio Millionaire candidates and billionaire investors are harnessing their considerable personal wealth to try to win competitive Republican primaries for open U.S. Senate seats in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Mike Gibbons, an Ohio investment banker, leads

Russia

Russia cuts off gas to 2 NATO nations in bid to divide West

Photo: Men hold portraits of from left: Kira Glodan, three-month-old, her mother Valerya Glodan, 28, and grandmother Lyudmila Yavkina, 54, killed in their apartment by shelling, during a funeral ceremony at the Transfiguration Cathedral in Odessa, Ukraine Russia cut off natural gas to NATO members Poland and Bulgaria on Wednesday and threatened to do the

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