Biden administration unveils changes in 'Remain in Mexico' policy

Biden administration officials announced Jan. 3 additional legal help for migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. who are being forced to stay in Mexico under a Trump-era policy that has been difficult to revoke.

Court sets March date for former Cardinal McCarrick's hearing

Proceedings before a criminal trial involving former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick will continue March 3 in Massachusetts, where he faces three counts of sexually assaulting a teenager in the 1970s. 

At year's end, little change on the US immigration front

For most migrants and their supporters, 2021 looks as if it will end much like it started.

El Paso bishop says pre-Christmas border visit draws him closer to faith

Bishop Mark J. Seitz wanted to get "a pulse," he said, of what people are experiencing days after the Biden administration restarted a Trump-era program that keeps migrants on the other side of the border as they wait for their asylum claims to be heard.

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