President Biden has better favorability ratings than his predecessor in the White House, a recent survey has found.
"Border Patrol is overwhelmed, overworked, & discouraged by new policies," Collins tweeted on Friday morning, after spending a night shift with the agency.
Child migrant encounters at the Southwestern border rose by 61 percent between January and February.
The two sheriffs aren't the only local officials feeling the pressure from immigration authorities as holding facilities become overcrowded.
Boulder Police officer Eric Talley was the first to respond to the shooting but his father says no piece of legislation could have saved his son's life.
John Strasburger, who put up one of the flags in Cape Coral, said he was undeterred by complaints and was exercising his freedom of speech.
Republican lawmakers have staunchly criticized the president's COVID-19 package, and none voted for its passage through Congress.
Both Obama and President Joe Biden defended the tactic in 2005 before later denouncing it.
The parallels between the fight in Bessemer, Alabama and the fights of the civil rights movement are striking.
The New York Post leaked photos of the President referring to notes during the 62-minute press conference. The cards had the names and images of journalists on, as well as speech pointers.
The president is under continued scrutiny over the situation at the border, coinciding with a dip in public opinion on how he is fulfilling his role.
The former president said reporters asked his successor "softball" questions at his first briefing.
"The development of this weapon system is of great significance in bolstering up the military power of the country and deterring all sorts of military threats," Korean Workers' Party Central Committee Secretary Ri Pyong Chol said.
The president said a "majority" of families were sent back, but data suggests an increasing number of families were permitted to enter the country and await an immigration hearing.
Republicans are pushing for Biden to act on immigration as record numbers of children are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
Republican lawmakers are urging Biden to let journalists tour the migrant facilities at the border, but the president said he's not sure when that will happen.
Immigration experts said this issue was ongoing when Biden stepped into office.
The president fielded questions for roughly an hour on a range of topics, including the migrant surge at the southern border, the legislative filibuster and voting rights.
President Joe Biden said U.S. diplomacy with North Korea "has to be conditioned upon the end result of denuclearization."
The president also said it's his plan to run for reelection in 2024, with Vice President Kamala Harris as his running mate.
At a time when the world needed collaboration across borders to control the pandemic, U.S. militarism led to the opposite.
The president also pushed back against claims that migrants are coming to the U.S. because he's a "nice guy" and that his administration is more lax than that of his predecessor.
"It happens every single solitary year," the president said of the wave of migrants at the border.
"If it's an emergency, why isn't the money just readily available to us?" Douglas Mayor Donald Huish told Newsweek.
Louisiana attorney general Jeff Landry has accused President Joe Biden of "a reckless abuse of presidential power."
The GOP senator is facing an additional censure resolution from the Maine Republican Party.
Migrant groups such as this one "want" to be apprehended by border agents because it will give them a chance to make their case to stay in the U.S.
Another 37 million stimulus checks went out this week, but if you haven't received one yet, you may still see a payment.