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US parole program stirs hope for Cubans, Haitians, and other migrants

In January, the Biden administration approved a parole program that requires migrants to request a permit online before arriving with the sponsorship of a relative or friend in the U.S. A new wave of Cuban migrants hope the policy means a safer journey.

US parole program stirs hope for Cubans, Haitians and other migrants

In January, the Biden administration approved a parole program that requires migrants to request a permit online before arriving with the sponsorship of a relative or friend in the U.S. A new wave of Cuban migrants hope the policy means a safer journey.

China escalates rhetoric against US after downing of mystery balloon

China says the balloon that flew over North America was shot down with “excessive force” on Sunday. The appearance of the balloon, and the response by the United States, have strained the already tense U.S.-China relationship.

Rescue workers act after massive earthquakes shake Turkey, Syria

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Turkey and Syria early Monday morning, killing at least 2,300 and leaving hundreds trapped. Rescue workers have searched building remains for survivors, while residents work together to evacuate and bring people to safety.

Beyoncé makes history as most decorated artist with 32nd Grammy

Beyoncé won a total of four awards at the 2023 Grammys. Other notable moments included the 50th anniversary of rap and Viola Davis, winner of best narration, earning an EGOT – an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award.

Ocean Atlas: The girl who carries the ocean

It was at the end of a long reporting day when Hayley-Jo Carr, a research scientist with the Perry Institute for Marine Science, suggested we make

In defense of punctuation, a texter’s lament

If prose is music, punctuation is its notation. So what to make of the younger generations’ fondness for punctuation-free texts?

Pope, Anglican, Presbyterian leaders speak out against anti-gay laws

The three Christian leaders said gay people should be welcomed by their churches, during an unprecedented joint airborne news conference returning home from South Sudan.

US moves to recover suspected Chinese spy balloon after shooting it down

The United States downed the Chinese balloon off the Carolina coast after it became the latest flashpoint in tensions between Washington and Beijing.

Inequality in decline? Tech jobs fade, waitstaff jobs boom.

Tech-firm layoffs, coupled with hiring in lower-wage industries like restaurants, signal a shift back toward pre-pandemic job patterns. But for the first time in 40 years, the wage gap is declining.

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