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Infrastructure Successes Have Transformed America, Can Biden’s Plan do the Same?

Congress appears poised to pass a bipartisan, $1 trillion plan that would be the largest federal investment in infrastructure in more than a decade. History shows that investing in infrastructure can transform the United States, changing how Americans move, bolstering...

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Green Card Lottery Reopens; Past Winners Still in Limbo

As the U.S. government officially opens its diversity visa lottery program at the start of a new fiscal year, thousands of past winners from Afghanistan, Egypt, Peru, Iran and other nations continue to endure processing delays that are dimming hopes...

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US, UK Warn Citizens to Avoid Afghanistan Hotels

KABUL —  The United States and Britain warned their citizens on Monday to avoid hotels in Afghanistan, days after dozens were killed at a mosque in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group active in Afghanistan, Islamic State Khorasan....

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Biden Hosts Israeli Leader After One-Day Delay

WHITE HOUSE - After a delay of a day due to the crisis in Afghanistan, U.S. President Joe Biden hosted Israel's prime minister, Naftali Bennett, on Friday, discussing issues ranging from the plight of the Palestinians to Iran's nuclear weapons...

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Fauci Deplores US Political Divide on Coronavirus Vaccinations

WASHINGTON - The top U.S. infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, on Sunday deplored the political split in the country about getting vaccinated against the coronavirus. Polls show that Democrats, who generally are more liberal in their support of government...

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Anti-Asian Hate Predates Pandemic

LOS ANGELES - Some of the highest concentrations in the U.S. of Vietnamese immigrants and businesses are located in and around Southern California's "Little Saigon," 55 kilometers south of Los Angeles. Vivian Le lives near Little Saigon. She left Vietnam...

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