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The News Roundup for June 18, 2021


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Democrats look to pass the Biden administration's American Jobs and Family Plan through the Senate via a simple majority vote in July.
Nine years from the passage of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act (or DACA), the Biden administration's will push for bipartisan immigration reform.
Meanwhile abroad, President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for a summit in Geneva to discuss a variety of issues including election interference, Ukraine, and Russian opposition leaders.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed that he'll "be back" after being voted out of office on Sunday, after 12 uninterrupted years in power. His government was replaced by a shaky governing coalition of opposition parties.
And North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un informed officials in his ruling Workers' Party that the country is growing ever closer to experiencing famine. Un reportedly said, "the people's food situation is now getting tense."
We cover all these headlines and more.
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