In contrast, Trump is likely to reject migrants, narrow asylum claims yet further, and fund the transfer of migrants waiting in Mexico back to Latin American countries. His 2020 plan offers broadly popular — but quite limited — pro-American restrictions on migration and visa workers. For example, in many speeches, Trump generally ignores the economic impact of blue-collar and white-collar migration on Americans while stressing issues of crime, outsiders, diseases, or welfare, even though his low-immigration policies have been a popular boon to Americans. … [Read more...] about Trump Rewrites H-1B Program to Help American White-Collar Workers
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While the administration did also launch an investigation concerning the matter in Cuba, withdrew the majority of its staffers coupled with a travel advisory, framed the happenings as "targeted attacks," and expelled 15 Cuban diplomats from Washington, no real evidence of Cuban wrongdoing ever surfaced. Moreover, no hardline findings were ever brought to bear on the strange occurrences and dull pings. Canadian officials have also since withdrawn 14 citizens from Havana, citing eerily akin neurological conditions. … [Read more...] about US officials targeted on American soil, across the world by purported sonic attacks
Of nine recovered ballots, seven contained Trump votes while two had an undetermined candidate preference, the Justice Department said in a statement attributed to U.S. attorney David Freed that initially said all nine ballots were cast for Trump. “When completed ballots arrive in the mail, they are supposed to be immediately sorted and placed inside the locked room,” reported Jerry Lynott and Jennifer Learn-Andes of the Times-Leader. … [Read more...] about Trump Got a ‘Kick Out of’ the Election Fears He’s Stoked. Inside the DOJ, There’s Some Panic.
Recent notices include the government extension curfew until Nov. 1 in Jamaica, where it is “affecting the quality of service for all types of mail, including inbound and outbound letters, parcels and express mail service items,” or Panama’s post advisory last month “that the suspension of inbound and outbound international flights has been extended until mid-October and airlines are not transporting international mail dispatches until further notice. Transit services also continue to be suspended.” … [Read more...] about From pandemic to postal problems, overseas voters worry their US presidential ballots won’t get counted
Back in April, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu boasted that his country had shown the world how to contain coronavirus and he hoped it would show the world how to restart an economy emerging from lockdown. Now Israel is possibly the first in the world to impose a second general lockdown because of a resurgence of infections. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus has killed 1 million people worldwide. Experts fear the toll may double before a vaccine is ready