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After its review, the administration plans to suspend the sale of air-to-ground offensive weapons used by fixed-wing aircraft — mainly fighter jets and drones — to Saudi Arabia, U.S. Officials said. This includes systems that can turn regular bombs into precision-guided munitions. The suspension is aimed at addressing one of the main concerns in the Yemen war: the killings of civilians, including many children, because of the Saudi-led coalition’s use of such bombs. Attorney General Merrick Garland has vowed to make civil rights enforcement a priority at the Justice Department.Credit…Amr Alfiky/The New York Times Attorney General Merrick B. Garland urged senators on Wednesday to confirm President Biden’s nominees for top Justice Department posts, saying that he will be ill-equipped to enforce civil rights protections without them. He said that the department was doing “everything within our power” to get confirmed Vanita Gupta as the department’s No. 3 and Kristen Clarke as the head of its Civil Rights Division. “I meant it when I told the Senate Judiciary Committee that they have skills that I do not have. They have experiences that I do not have,” Mr. Garland said in remarks to the National Action Network, the civil rights organizations founded by Rev. Al Sharpton. Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee forced Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, the majority leader, to bring Ms. Gupta’s nomination to a floor vote without the panel’s support to advance her nomination to be associate attorney general, a role that oversees several key divisions, including civil rights, antitrust and civil, as well as grants to the nation’s police departments. Swimming Beach And she lived happily ever after poster

Republicans have expressed skepticism about her approach to policing issues and other policies, though Senator Dick Durbin, Democrat of Illinois and the committee chairman, accused them of misrepresenting Ms. Gupta’s views. During Ms. Clarke’s confirmation hearing on Wednesday, Republicans on the panel criticized her past comments on policing, judicial nominees and religious groups that defied pandemic-era restrictions on gatherings, signaling that she was also unlikely to receive their support. Mr. Biden has said that his administration will tackle civil rights issues, a promise that has taken on urgency amid an uptick in violence against Asian-Americans and the high-profile trial of Derek Chauvin, a white police officer accused by prosecutors in Minnesota of murdering George Floyd, a Black man. Mr. Garland told the civil rights leaders that he has requested a larger budget to support the Justice Department’s civil rights mission, ordered an expedited review to determine how to use the department’s resources to combat hate crimes and telegraphed his intent to scrutinize whether government agencies, including police departments, engaged in “patterns or practices that deprive individuals of their federal or constitutional rights.” But he said that “dedicated, experienced leadership is also needed” to curb law enforcement misconduct, ensure the right to vote, and combat discrimination in housing, education and employment. “I meant it when I said I needed both of them, and their experiences and skills, to be successful as attorney general,” Mr. Garland said of Ms. Gupta and Ms. Clarke, both veteran civil rights lawyers. Kamala Harris says she will take on the “root causes” of migration north. Credit…Amr Alfiky/The New York Times Vice Swimming Beach And she lived happily ever after poster President Kamala Harris said on Wednesday that she would visit Mexico and Guatemala “as soon as possible” as part of the administration’s broader effort to stop surging numbers of migrants and unaccompanied children from traveling to the southern border. Speaking ahead of a virtual meeting with immigration advocates, Ms. Harris said that Alejandro N. Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security, would address what is going on at the border, and she will focus on what is convincing migrants to leave their homes in Central America.

I have been asked to lead the issue of addressing the root causes, similar to what the then-vice president did many years ago,” she said, referring to Biden’s actions as vice president under Barack Obama. “But I will tell you that these are not issues that are going to be addressed overnight.” Border officials apprehended more than 170,000 migrants at the southwest border in March. The administration has especially struggled to move thousands of unaccompanied minors from border jails into shelters, although it has made progress in recent weeks. Nearly 3,000 children and teenagers were stuck in the jails on Tuesday, according to documents obtained by The New York Times, compared to the roughly 5,000 last month, the most in any month in more than a decade. The announcement by Ms. Harris seemed to be a response to calls from Republicans that the travel to the border to see the situation firsthand. “There is no substitute for seeing overcrowded migrant facilities in person and speaking directly with our border agents and officers who are dealing with this crisis on the human level every day,” a group of seven Republican lawmakers wrote to Ms. Harris in a letter dated Tuesday. The remarks may also have been intended to clarify President Biden’s announcement, made in late March, that Ms. Harris would “lead our efforts with Mexico and the Northern Triangle,” comprised by Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. It was a broad and politically fraught mandate, and since then, officials across the administration have been stressing that Ms. Harris will be focusing on the “root causes” of migration. They have offered few specifics on what that means, but have said that Ms. Harris recently hosted calls with Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the president of Mexico, and Alejandro Giammattei, the president of Guatemala. On Monday, Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, said that “bilateral discussions” had led to a commitment from the countries to increase troops along their borders and along migration routes to deter people from making the journey. On Wednesday, Ms. Harris’s office did not immediately respond to a question about whether the vice president had been the person to secure the deal. And Guatemalan officials said the troops were sent to the border months ago, according to news reports. Addressing the root causes of migration, which administration officials say include gang violence, human trafficking and natural disasters, could take years, and providing humanitarian aid to combat those problems has become a matter of political debate. The Biden administration has committed $4 billion to Central American countries to address migration. Ms. Harris will also soon be taking over work from a departing official with years of experience. Last week, Roberta S. Jacobson, the former ambassador to Mexico chosen as Mr. Biden’s “border czar,” said that she would retire from government. She said she was happy to see Ms. Harris assume the work of stemming migration from Central America. “Nobody could be more delighted to see the vice president take on that role,” Ms. Jacobson said. Zolan Kanno-Youngs contributed reporting.

President Biden’s overall approval rating in a new Quinnipiac poll is 48 percent, with 42 percent disapproving.Credit…Amr Alfiky/The New York Times Voters largely approve of President Biden’s coronavirus response but disapprove of his handling of the situation at the southern border, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday. The poll also found that Mr. Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan is more popular if it is funded by an increase in corporate tax rates, which congressional Republicans oppose. Nearly two-thirds of the people polled — 64 percent — said they approved of Mr. Biden’s response to the pandemic, and only 29 percent said they disapproved. But on his handling of the situation at the border with Mexico, 29 percent approved and 55 percent disapproved. Slightly more respondents supported Mr. Biden’s infrastructure plan (44 percent) than opposed it (38 percent), with 19 percent not expressing an opinion. Support rose significantly, to 53 percent, for a plan funded by higher taxes on corporations. The poll, conducted April 8-12 among 1,237 adults, has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.8 percentage points. On policies related to coronavirus vaccinations, the poll showed Americans closely divided on so-called vaccine passports, businesses’ requiring their employees to be vaccinated, and colleges’ requiring students to be vaccinated. But on one matter, they overwhelmingly agreed. Seventy-five percent of respondents said that many of the more than 560,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States could have been prevented. Only 17 percent said that number was inevitable. The White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton in 2019, the last time it was held.Credit…Paul Morigi/Getty Images The annual summer awards dinner and ceremony held by the White House Correspondents’ Association in Washington — often called “nerd prom” — has been canceled for a second straight year amid the coronavirus pandemic, the organization announced on Wednesday.

 

 

 

 

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