Biden welcomes those hoping for asylum into U.S., reversing Trump policy that they remain in Mexico

Republicans express concern about a surge of immigrants at the border

Coronavirus Today: February 11

The number of weekly unemployment claims decreased in the past week to 793,000

Lincoln Project assault allegations compounded by accusations of financial impropriety

Questions arise as emails show the group knew about harassment allegations in the summer

White House announces sanctions on those responsible for Myanmar’s military coup

Protests against the coup continue worldwide

Coronavirus Today: February 10

The pace of vaccinations has increased to 1.48 million shots per day

Prosecutors say Trump intended to overturn election with help of angry mob on Jan. 6.

Democrats play recordings that detail how elected officials narrowly escaped harm

Chicago Teachers Union reaches agreement with Chicago Public Schools to resume in-person learning

The proposal ends months of contentious debate between the union and Mayor Lightfoot

Coronavirus Today: February 9

Facebook will take a tougher stance on vaccine misinformation, announcing on Monday

Senate proceeds with trial of Trump

Trial kicks off with explicit video of Jan. 6 attack

House Democrats push for $15 minimum wage following critical budget office report on increase’s potential impact

New report shows wage increase for 27 million, while 1.4 could lose jobs by 2025