5 things to know for Dec. 28: Immigration, Snowstorm, Southwest, Trump’s taxes, Gas


In certain corners of the internet, some women are expressing nostalgia for an era they’ve never known. These millennials and zoomers are glamorizing the aesthetics of 1950s Americana – donning retro fit-and-flare dresses and posting vintage illustrations of aproned housewives who submit to their husbands.

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A controversial Trump-era border restriction will remain in effect while legal challenges play out, the Supreme Court said Tuesday, a decision that ensures federal officials will continue to swiftly expel migrants at US borders at least for the next several months. Since March 2020, the measure – known as Title 42 – has allowed border agents to immediately turn away migrants who have crossed the southern border

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