May 9, 2021
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Migratory bird protections to be restored by Biden administration

Among the nearly 1,100 species the Migratory Treaty law protects are Georgia’s own state bird, the brown thrasher, and many others, like the wood stork, barred owl and indigo bunting, that visit the state. Pixabay

The Interior Department plans to officially revoke a Trump-era rule that loosened enforcement of a longstanding law to protect migratory birds, the department said Thursday.

The rule put in place by former Interior Secretary David Bernhardt barred government authorities from holding companies liable for environmental violations leading to the deaths of birds protected under the century-old Migratory Bird Treaty Act unless the companies intentionally did

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Major Biden Will Have to Contend With a White House Cat

One ubiquitous rumor has swirled the Biden White House for the entirety of his presidency—will the Bidens actually get the cat they promised us? This weekend, President and Dr. Biden confirmed that, indeed, the cat is coming.

The First Couple spoke with NBC’s Craig Melvin, who was not afraid to ask the tough questions—namely demanding that the Bidens address their feline pet, or lack thereof. “She is waiting in the wings,” responded Dr. Biden.

The President denied that the cat was his idea and the couple were cagey about when the new pet would arrive. However, feline lovers can rejoice

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President Joe Biden poses with his dogs in the Oval Office

Champ and Major have made themselves right at home in the Oval Office.

President Joe Biden had a pair of furry protectors in the White House’s inner sanctum in a photo shared on Instagram Monday night by White House photographer Adam Schultz.

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The photo shows a smiling Biden in the Oval Office with the latest presidential pets, German shepherds named Major and Champ, whom the president and first lady Jill Biden brought to the White House after the dogs had been part of their

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‘Major’ Biden Will Be the First Shelter Dog in the White House

Six months into his bid for the presidency, Joseph R. Biden Jr. made his position on pets abundantly clear.

“Some Americans celebrate #NationalCatDay, some celebrate #NationalDogDay,” he wrote in a tweet. “President Trump celebrates neither. It says a lot. It’s time we put a pet back in the White House.”

In January, when President-elect Biden moves into the White House, a bit of normalcy will be restored to the nation’s highest office: He and his wife, Jill Biden, are expected to be joined by their two German shepherds, Champ, 12, and Major, 2.

The news has been applauded by

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Biden says Major working with trainer after biting incident

President Joe Biden gave the American people an update on his dog, Major, who was temporarily moved out of the White House following a biting incident.

While speaking to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos during “Good Morning America” on Wednesday, Biden was asked if “Major is out of the dog house.”

“The answer is yes,” Biden said. “Major was a rescue pup. Major did not bite someone and penetrate the skin. The dog’s being trained now with our trainer at home in Delaware.”

White House press secretary Jen Psaki explained that Champ, 13, and Major, 3, are reportedly being cared for

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Texas members of Congress demand lawsuit against Biden for border ‘crisis’

EXCLUSIVE: Texas GOP congressional members are calling on Attorney General Ken Paxton to file another lawsuit against the Biden Administration in an effort to block undocumented immigrants with coronavirus from entering the United States. 

The 20 Texas lawmakers wrote Paxton on Monday, in a letter obtained first by Fox News, urging him to end the “crisis” at the southern border by suing to ensure that people caught crossing the border illegally during the coronavirus pandemic are turned away. Those public health protections, known as Title 42, were put in place under the Trump Administration and the lawmakers accuse President

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