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Andy and Jessica Greenberg with their 3-year-old, Wren, who got the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it was available for children. The Greenbergs say the baby, now 3 months old, will be vaccinated at 6 months, the earliest possible age.

Arizona health experts say the response among parents has been tepid days after the Food and Drug Administration said this month that kids as young as 6 months could be vaccinated against COVID-19. Read more»

Border Patrol agents used Title 42 to transport migrants found near Sasabe back to the U.S.-Mexico border, in this photo from March 2020, the early days of the order. More than 1.9 million people have since been turned back under Title 42, which will stay in place after a federal court blocked a plan to end it this week.

Supporters of Title 42 welcomed the court ruling that blocked a plan to pull the plug on the program Monday - but migration advocates said the Friday ruling by a federal district judge will only prolong a rule that has been an “outright failure” as a border policy. Read more»