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President Biden on Friday said the United States will not enter another "lockdown," despite the "serious and deadly threat" of the delta variant of COVID-19, but he urged unvaccinated individuals to get their shots. Biden, who spoke at the White House, was asked whether the severity of the new strain of COVID-19 could send the U.S. back into a lockdown, to which he replied: "I don't think so." "So many people have already been vaccinated, but the

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey believes President Biden's decision to reverse the Trump administration's "remain in Mexico" policy has led to a spike in fentanyl trafficking and overdoses within the U.S.Biden ended the policy, formally known as Migrant Protection Protocols, in June. The rule was implemented in 2019 and required asylum-seekers to stay on the Mexican side of the U.S. border while awaiting immigration court proceedings. "We want the Biden administration to reverse course and prioritize

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