(WASHINGTON) -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection is reopening operations at four ports of entry in border towns.Biden administration officials announced Tuesday that due to the decrease in migrants over the past few days, they will reopen operations in Lukeville, Arizona; Eagle Pass, Texas;... Read More.
DUBOIS – Get into the spirit of the fall season with a “Pumpkin Painting Night in the Park” on Thursday.PA Connecting Communities Tri-County invites you to their special event at DuBois City Park from 6 to 7:30pm Thursday.A $5 entry fee gets you a... Read More.
CLEARFIELD – A DuBois woman has been sentenced to as many as 20 years in state prison after pleading guilty to aggravated assault by vehicle while driving under the influence of drugs.According to court documents, 29-year-old Katie Kilmer crashed her car head-on into another... Read More.
(VILNIUS, Lithuania) -- Turkey is dropping its opposition to Sweden's bid to join NATO, a big development on the eve of the alliance's 74th annual summit in Vilnius, Lithuania.The announcement was applauded by President Joe Biden and comes a day after he spoke with... Read More.
(PROSPECT PARK, N.J.) -- A Muslim mayor who has represented Prospect Park, New Jersey, for nearly two decades said Tuesday afternoon he has not heard from the White House since the U.S. Secret Service blocked him from attending President Joe Biden's evening Ed al-Fitr celebration.Mayor... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Tennis star Novak Djokovic may have won Monday's court battle to appeal his visa cancellation, but his tussle with the Australian government doesn't appear to be over just yet.Australian authorities are looking into whether Djokovic lied on his Travel Declaration Form,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Fury, shock and widespread confusion unfolded on social media in Australia after tennis great Novak Djokovic announced Tuesday that he was granted a medical exemption to play at the Australian Open, which begins Jan. 17.However on Thursday, the Australian Border Force... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A unanimous Supreme Court on Monday said immigrants who entered the U.S. illegally cannot apply for green cards simply because they enjoy Temporary Protected Status, or TPS.The decision is a setback for thousands of U.S. residents who are temporarily protected from deportation... Read More.