President Biden reversed his own policy and is now allowing 62,500 refugees to now enter the U.S in the next six months eliminating the sharp restriction imposed by President Trump.
The recently approved House $1.9 trillion stimulus relief bill will face changes as the Senate begins to take up the massive coronavirus bill.
The House passes President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus relief bill early Saturday morning, now the bill heads to the Senate for approval.
Democrats suffered a major setback when the Senate's parliamentarian ruled that the raising of the minimum wage can't be part of President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package.
A migrant caravan of between 7,000-8,000 families with young children clashed with Guatemalan security forces Sunday as they plan on heading toward the U.S. seeking asylum from thin coming Biden administration.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday the coronavirus relief plan she has been discussing with the White House could morph in the lame-duck session of Congress, absent any formal agreement on its details and shifting incentives for both parties after the election.