We turn now now to the latest on the situation at the United States border with Mexico. There are new reports of conditions described as “inhumane” at some facilities housing the growing number of unaccompanied minors.
President Joe Biden
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are set to visit Atlanta Friday, after the shootings at three spas earlier this week left eight people dead, including six Asian women. This has sparked outrage against the rising violence against Asian Americans.
The Biden administration is working on what they’re calling the ‘Help is Here’ tour, explaining the benefits of the president’s massive $1.9 trillion COVID relief deal to Americans.
The Biden administration is responding to the situation at the southern border, as thousands of unaccompanied children overrun border facilities meant for adults.
More than 4,000 migrant children in U.S. custody, as Biden administrations searches for place to house them
We turn to the latest crisis on the southern border. There are reports that more than 4,000 migrant children are in United States custody. Now, the Biden administration is searching for places to house them after reports of dire conditions.
President Joe Biden, the first lady, Vice President Harris and the second gentleman are all out selling the president’s landmark COVID relief deal, highlighting how it’ll help families, small businesses and schools as vaccine efforts ramp up across the country.
The Biden administration is hitting the road to pitch the president’s $1.9 trillion COVID relief package to Americans. Meanwhile, Republicans say too little of the relief is for the coronavirus. Even with this aid and the rising availability of vaccinations, health experts worry the recent rise in travel could cause a spike in cases.
Thursday night, President Joe Biden marked a somber moment, one year since the coronavirus outbreak was declared a “global pandemic.” The president outlined his plan to defeat COVID-19, predicting a potential return to some form of normalcy by July 4.
The White House changed plans Thursday, just hours before President Biden is set to deliver his first prime time address later in the evening. He signed the massive COVID relief package into law, although he had originally planned to do that Friday, saying it shouldn’t wait.
President Joe Biden signed into law the $1.9 trillion relief package that he says will help the U.S. defeat the coronavirus and nurse the economy back to health.