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US & Canada · Lafayette

Judge says CDC can't end the Title 42 rule that allows for quick expulsion of migrants

56% Center coverage: 119 sources
Pandemic-related restrictions on migrants seeking asylum on the southern border must continue, a judge ruled Friday. The Biden administration's plan to lift them early next week was blocked by the judge. The ruling is just the latest instance of a court derailing the president's proposed immigration policies.See the Story
Europe · Geneva

UN Rights Chief to Visit China for First Time Since 2005

42% Left coverage: 45 sources
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet will start her six-day visit on Monday. She will visit Guangzhou, Kashgar and the Xinjiang regional capital of Urumqi. Rights groups and researchers accuse China of locking up more than a million Uyghurs, Kazakhs and members of other minority groups.See the Story
Business · Cape Canaveral

Boeing docks crew capsule to space station in test do-over

47% Center coverage: 40 sources
Boeing's Starliner capsule docked at the International Space Station for the first time. The automated rendezvous went off without a major hitch, despite the failure of a handful of thrusters. If the rest of Starliner's mission goes well, Boeing could be ready to launch its first crew by the end of this year.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

US removes 5 groups from terror blacklist, retains al-Qaida

42% Left coverage: 36 sources
The U.S. is poised to remove five extremist groups from its list of foreign terrorist organizations. Several of these groups once posed significant threats, killing hundreds if not thousands of people across Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The decision was politically sensitive for the Biden administration and the countries in which the organizations operated.See the Story
US & Canada

US forest chief calls for pause of prescribed fires

66% Center coverage: 15 sources
U.S. Forest Service chief cites extreme conditions in announcing a pause on prescribed fire operations. The agency is conducting a 90-day review of protocols, decision-making tools and practices. Wildfires have broken out this spring earlier than usual across multiple states. The nation is far outpacing the 10-year average for the number of square miles burned this year.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Biden vows to deepen US-South Korea ties in first Asia stop

71% Center coverage: 14 sources
President Joe Biden tours South Korean chip factory that will be model for plant in Texas. South Korea's new president, Yoon Suk Yeol, and Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong greet Biden. Polls released Friday by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found Biden's approval rating at 39.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Trevor Reed describes conditions in Russian prison and fearing for his life

47% Center coverage: 15 sources
Former U.S. Marine Trevor Reed described his experience in a Russian psychiatric facility in an interview broadcast on Friday. Reed, detained in Russia in 2019, was freed on April 28 in a prisoner swap. He was convicted in 2019 of endangering the lives of two police officers while drunk on a visit to Moscow.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

U.S. Justice Department releases $5 million for hotlines to report hate crimes

64% Center coverage: 11 sources
The FBI reported a rise in hate crimes against Black and Asian Americans in 2020. The Justice Department has convicted more than 30 defendants on federal hate crime charges since January 2021. Experts said the vast majority of bias crimes go unreported to authorities. The Biden administration's new action is intended to reach out to people who don't speak English and who have limited access to the Internet.See the Story
Europe · New York

Broadway theaters extend COVID-19 face mask policy through June

50% Center coverage: 12 sources
Broadway theaters will continue requiring attendees to wear face masks at least through June 30 due to rising COVID-19 cases. The decision comes as New York City declared a high Covid alert. One-third of Americans currently live in areas where the risk for CO VID-19 infection is high and should consider wearing masks indoors.See the Story

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