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The National Archives will allow ICE officials to delete or destroy documents that detail the sexual abuse and death of undocumented immigrants, despite receiving tens of thousands of comments and hearing the objections of dozens of lawmakers.

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Open for business: Two hundred Irish retailers for all your online Christmas shopping

Care in nursing homes should be prioritised in Level 5, says bishop

🚨 NEW from America First 🚨 Bankrolling the Big Guy with bags of communist cash. That's the Biden family business. @AmericaFirstPAC  #BidenCrimeFamily 

President Trump’s black voter approval skyrockets to 46% via @TheLeoTerrell 

While other Trump Organization ventures have grabbed more headlines, the president’s company has quietly struck more than 100 small deals—that all add up

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Democratic groups are pouring money into Texas, fueling the state’s most competitive races with tens of millions in spending that would have been unthinkable four years ago.

As entrepreneurs have been forced to cut back during Covid, they've discovered new opportunities to grow. In today's episode of #ProblemSolvers  with @heyfeifer , five entrepreneurs tell us their stories of how.

"Art is part of the commentary of this moment. It's very affirming when space is created to tell the truth about how you feel." -- @7fayemi  Are there any artists/artworks you've been turning to in particular to help you make sense of the current moment? #NAHM  @CityofNewarkNJ 

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🎞 American customers are leaving German wines on the shelf due to higher prices. Tariffs of 25% have made the product much more expensive, causing concern for winemakers. 🍷

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