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Amid growing pressure, Biden announces plans to distribute more COVID-19 vaccines worldwide


President Joe Biden announced on Monday that the US would make 20 million additional vaccines available for other countries by the end of June from its reserves of Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson shots.

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Watch live: House impeachment managers to conclude their case as Senators relive horror of riot

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Watch live: Trump lawyers wrap up defense in Senate impeachment trial

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Tax reform a popular topic among presidential candidates

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Obama’s jobs bill, GOP debate make active week

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GOP candidates ‘pile on Perry’ at the Tea Party debate

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Frontrunner Rick Perry faced heavy scrutiny from his challengers over his record as governor of Texas and his past statements about Social Security.

Undocuemnted Colorado college students are now able to pay in-state tuition rates, joining recent graduates like US citizen Cristina Chacon.

Undocumented students in Colorado get a better shot at college

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College has been out of reach for many Colorado undocumented immigrants. In most cases, it was just too dang expensive. But a law change is opening doors for them, and allowing them to pay in-state tuition at Colorado’s colleges and universities.

In Texas, Hispanics hoping to flex political muscle to help get immigration reform

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Hispanics played a major role in deciding November’s presidential election. And now, as President Barack Obama prepares to start his second term with an eye on immigration reform, many Hispanic activists are hoping to take that new power and put it to work.

Mass. governor allows in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants

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Massachusetts becomes the latest state to tell undocumented immigrants meeting certain criteria that they will be eligible for in-state tuition under the same guidelines as documented Massachusetts residents.

Netanyahu makes a push to shore up relations in wake of Obama’s election victory

Benjamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama haven’t exactly gotten along over the years, but they’re inextricably linked. As Obama prepares to move into his second term, Netanyahu is trying to repair relations — to make sure bad relations between the two don’t keep him from winning his own election.