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Amanpour: Biden did something very different than Trump

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Amanpour: Biden did something very different than Trump

Amanpour: Biden did something very different than Trump

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour provides analysis following a summit between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.


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Supreme Court Allows Biden Administration To End Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' Policy [Video]

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Supreme Court Allows , Biden Administration To End , Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' Policy. Supreme Court Allows , Biden Administration To End , Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' Policy. On June 30, the Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration can repeal the Trump-era Migrant Protection Protocols. On June 30, the Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration can repeal the Trump-era Migrant Protection Protocols. The "Remain in Mexico" policy forced migrants seeking asylum in the United States to stay in Mexico while awaiting hearings. The policy was put in place by the Trump administration to prevent migrants from being released into the U.S. while waiting for a decision from immigration. The policy was put in place by the Trump administration to prevent migrants from being released into the U.S. while waiting for a decision from immigration. The Biden administration's previous attempts to repeal the policy were blocked by a lower court. Fox News reports that the issue in question was whether the Department of Homeland Security's termination of the policy was a violation of federal law. . Texas and Missouri reportedly argued that without the ability to detain every migrant, it is necessary to send them back. Texas and Missouri reportedly argued that without the ability to detain every migrant, it is necessary to send them back. During oral arguments before the Supreme Court, U.S. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar argued that the policy was not needed in order to comply with federal law. During oral arguments before the Supreme Court, U.S. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar argued that the policy was not needed in order to comply with federal law. On this reading, every presidential administration in an unbroken line for the past quarter century has been in open violation of the [Immigration and Nationality Act]. If Congress wanted to mandate those results, it would have spoken clearly, Elizabeth Prelogar, U.S. Solicitor General, via Fox News. Justice Clarence Thomas echoed Preloger's stance during oral arguments. . Thomas reportedly questioned whether it was an "odd" decision for Congress to pass a law that the government was unable to follow. Thomas reportedly questioned whether it was an "odd" decision for Congress to pass a law that the government was unable to follow

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Supreme Court Limits EPA's Authority To Regulate Power Plant Emissions [Video]

Supreme Court Limits EPA's Authority To Regulate Power Plant Emissions

Supreme Court Limits , EPA's Authority To Regulate , Power Plant Emissions. Supreme Court Limits , EPA's Authority To Regulate , Power Plant Emissions. On June 30, the Supreme Court limited the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. 'Time' reports that the ruling delivered a significant blow to the fight against climate change. The Court ruled that the Clean Air Act does not give the Environmental Protection Agency broad authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. According to 'Time,' power plants account for approximately 30% of carbon dioxide output. President Joe Biden has pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. in half by the end of the decade. His ambitious goal includes having an emissions-free power sector by 2035. . The Supreme Court's decision could complicate the Biden administration's strategy for fighting climate change. . The fight against broader EPA authority to regulate carbon output was supported by prominent businesses, including Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Tesla. . 'Time' reports that a recent United Nations panel warned that , the effects of climate change , are about to worsen. According to the U.N. report, those changes will make the world sicker, hungrier, poorer and more dangerous in the near future

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Biden Endorses Ending Senate Filibuster to Codify Reproductive Rights [Video]

Biden Endorses Ending Senate Filibuster to Codify Reproductive Rights

Biden Endorses Ending Senate Filibuster, to Codify Reproductive Rights. President Joe Biden made the comment during a press conference in Madrid on June 30. He referred to the recent Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade as "outrageous behavior.". We have to codify Roe v. Wade in the law, and the way to do that is to make sure the Congress votes to do that, President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. And if the filibuster gets in the way, it’s like voting rights, we provide an exception for this, or an exception to the filibuster for this action, President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. The comment marks just the second time the president has endorsed doing away with the necessary 60 Senate votes to pass a particular piece of legislation. The first time was in reference to voting rights. Democrats have so far failed to end the filibuster, with two dissenting votes from Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). Democrats have so far failed to end the filibuster, with two dissenting votes from Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). Democrats have so far failed to end the filibuster, with two dissenting votes from Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ). Biden also referred to the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health decision as "destabilizing.". It is a mistake, in my view for the Supreme Court to do what it did, President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. I feel extremely strongly that I’m going to do everything in my power, which I legally can do in terms of executive orders, as well as push the Congress and the public, President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. He referred to recent polls that show the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade. Biden also urged Americans to "vote, vote, vote.". If the polling data is correct and you think this decision by the court was an outrage or a significant mistake, vote, show up and vote, President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. Vote in the off-year and vote, vote, vote. That’s how we’ll change it, President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'

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Ketanji Brown Jackson To Become the First Black Woman Sworn In As Supreme Court Justice [Video]

Ketanji Brown Jackson To Become the First Black Woman Sworn In As Supreme Court Justice

Ketanji Brown Jackson , To Become the First Black Woman , Sworn in As Supreme Court Justice. On June 30, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be sworn in as an associate Supreme Court Justice. CBS reports that the swearing-in will take place as Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement becomes official. . The historic swearing-in ceremony will make Jackson the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court. . The historic swearing-in ceremony will make Jackson the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court. . Chief Justice John Roberts will administer the constitutional oath, while Breyer will administer the judicial oath. Chief Justice John Roberts will administer the constitutional oath, while Breyer will administer the judicial oath. Breyer's retirement will bring his nearly 28-year tenure serving the Court to an end. . It has been my great honor to participate as a judge in the effort to maintain our Constitution and the rule of law, Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Justice, via CBS. Breyer announced his retirement in January, revealing his plans to step down at the end of the term to President Joe Biden. Breyer announced his retirement in January, revealing his plans to step down at the end of the term to President Joe Biden. He was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1994 by former President Bill Clinton. . In February, Biden announced Jackson would be his nominee to replace Breyer. Her nomination was approved by the Senate less than two months later

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Monkeypox Vaccines Will Soon Be Available in States With High Rates [Video]

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Monkeypox Vaccines Will Soon Be Available, in States With High Rates. Enhanced measures aimed at curtailing the spread of monkeypox were announced by the Biden administration on June 28. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky. ... the allocation will focus on men who have sex with men and those who may have been exposed anonymously. Vaccination after exposure, or using vaccines for post-exposure prophylaxis, is meant to reduce your risk of becoming infected with a monkeypox virus and then become sick. , Dr. Rochelle Walensky, CDC Director, via CNN. Vaccination should occur within two weeks of a possible exposure. , Dr. Rochelle Walensky, CDC Director, via CNN. And the sooner you can get vaccinated after the exposure, the better, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, CDC Director, via CNN. There are currently just over 300 reported cases of monkeypox in the U.S., but experts say the actual number is much higher. The vaccine rollout may hit some snags, as there are fewer doses of the newer Jynneos vaccine available. Health professionals say the older vaccine, ACAM, requires training to administer and is not safe for those who have HIV. It's critical that we get vaccine out to the at-risk population and approach, vaccine use much as we've approached the pre exposure prophylaxis for HIV, Dr. Michael Osterholm, University of Minnesota, via CNN. 1.25 million more doses of the Jynneos vaccine will soon be available. As soon as we have more vaccines available, we will of course continue to expand from a post-exposure prophylaxis strategy, ideally to a pre-exposure prophylaxis strategy, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, CDC Director, via CNN

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Iran-US Nuclear Talks Resume in Qatar [Video]

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Iran-US , Nuclear Talks Resume , in Qatar . On June 28, Iran and the United States began indirect nuclear talks in Qatar. . Al Jazeera reports that the European Union will serve as a mediator between the two nations. The talks have renewed hope for reaching a diplomatic solution after previous talks stalled in March. The goal of the talks is to restore the 2015 nuclear deal between world powers that include China, France, Germany, Russia and the United Kingdom. . The accord was unilaterally abandoned by the United States under President Donald Trump. . Following U.S. withdrawal, comprehensive sanctions were placed on Iran by the U.S. The original Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was signed after years of difficult negotiation. The accord placed curbs on Iran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting sanctions in place at the time. Al Jazeera reports that one of the major roadblocks standing in the way of renewing the deal has been U.S. reluctance to lift sanctions. Another impediment has been the status of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps which the U.S. government has designated a foreign terrorist organization. Meanwhile, Iran said it wants to make sure that it will enjoy the same economic benefits once assured by the original deal.

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