New Surge In U.S. COVID Cases, Mass Flooding Across Europe, Judge Rules DACA Illegal : Up First After declining steeply for six months, coronavirus cases are once again on the rise, thanks to the delta variant. Also, devastating floods spread farther south in Europe into the Alps over the weekend, inundating towns and villages in Austria and southern Germany as the death toll rose to at least 180. And, after a federal district judge in Texas ruled against the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, President Biden said the Department of Justice intends to appeal the decision.

New Surge In U.S. COVID Cases, Mass Flooding Across Europe, Judge Rules DACA Illegal

New Surge In U.S. COVID Cases, Mass Flooding Across Europe, Judge Rules DACA Illegal

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After declining steeply for six months, coronavirus cases are once again on the rise, thanks to the delta variant. Also, devastating floods spread farther south in Europe into the Alps over the weekend, inundating towns and villages in Austria and southern Germany as the death toll rose to at least 180. And, after a federal district judge in Texas ruled against the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, President Biden said the Department of Justice intends to appeal the decision.