Rebecca Morin, El Paso Times

Rebecca Morin

El Paso Times

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Rebecca:

New Biden administration proposal seeks to limit access for asylum seekers at southern border

The policy will not go into effect after a public comment period that lasts for 30 days. → Read More

How President Biden pulled off a secret trip to Ukraine one year into Russia's war

President Joe Biden's historic whirlwind trip to Ukraine followed a pitstop in Germany and a 10-hour train ride from Poland, all done in secret. → Read More

'It was a success': White House says a second 'high altitude object' shot down over Alaska

White House announces that a second high altitude object’ shot down over Alaska out of an abundance of caution. → Read More

Biden says he was 'surprised' government records had been found in a private office, doesn't know what's in them

Biden addressed the classified documents found in an old office while in Mexico City, where he met with the leaders of Canada and Mexico. → Read More

Biden is in Mexico City. His first action? Asking the Mexican president for help with fentanyl

Joe Biden kicks off the North American Leaders' Summit asking Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador for help tackling the fentanyl crisis. → Read More

Biden plans to visit the U.S.-Mexico border for the first time in his presidency

President Biden says it's his 'intention' to visit the U.S.-Mexico border. → Read More

Mike Pence did not file paperwork to run in 2024, spokesperson says

There has been some speculation that former Vice President Mike Pence was considering running for president in the 2024 presidential election. → Read More

Biden says his administration will hold airlines 'accountable' after nationwide flight cancellations

About 4,000 domestic U.S. flights were canceled Monday, according to the tracking website FlightAware, which tracks flight status in real time. → Read More

'A blow against hate': Biden signs landmark bill protecting same-sex, interracial marriage

The new law will protect same-sex marriages if the U.S. Supreme Court were to overturn the landmark 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges decision. → Read More

Iowa may lose top spot in Democratic primaries as party leaders weigh which states will go first

A panel of the Democratic National Committee is expected to decide by Saturday which states go first in the presidential nomination process. → Read More

US investigating reports that Russian missiles landed in NATO member Poland, killing 2

A senior U.S. intelligence official says Russian missiles crossed into NATO member Poland, killing two people, the Associated Press reported. → Read More

Migrants were promised jobs, free housing before being taken to Martha's Vineyard

The 50 Venezuelan migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard from Texas say they were promised jobs and free housing. → Read More

As congressional path for climate change measures appears to close, Biden to announce executive actions

The actions come as President Joe Biden's legislative agenda to combat climate change faces a setback in Congress even as activists ramp up pressure. → Read More

Biden to sign executive order to address conversion therapy, anti-LGBTQ bills

President Joe Biden's executive order comes as state legislatures have passed multiple bills or executive orders that are anti-LGBTQ in recent months. → Read More

'This moment is different': Matthew McConaughey urges leaders to address gun violence in honor of Uvalde victims

Actor Matthew McConaughey, who was born in Uvalde, Texas, visited the White House Tuesday to urge leaders to address gun violence. → Read More

'Let us finally do something': Biden urges Congress to pass bans on assault weapons, high-capacity magazines

Shootings in Buffalo, New York, Uvalde, Texas, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, have reinvigorated the President Biden's push for gun reform. → Read More

In Uvalde, Biden will walk into a mix of grief, anger, political attacks and broken hearts

President Joe Biden is visiting Uvalde, Texas just days after a horrific school shooting where 19 fourth grade children and two teachers were killed. → Read More

Federal judge rules Title 42, allowing COVID asylum restrictions, must continue at border

The Department of Justice said it will appeal the judge's decision, arguing the CDC was within its authority to end Title 42. → Read More

Federal judge keeps temporary block on Title 42 in place as next steps remain in limbo

A judge said he will keep in place a temporary restraining order blocking the Biden from lifting Title 42 as he decides a preliminary injunction. → Read More

White House press secretary Jen Psaki bids a teary goodbye to reporters in her final briefing

In a teary-eyed goodbye, Jen Psaki thanked her staff, the press and President Joe Biden. Karine Jean-Pierre will be the new press secretary. → Read More