MINNEAPOLIS -- A man whose interaction with Metro Transit Police went viral after an officer asked him about his immigration status is being deported, reports CBS Minneapolis. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say Ariel Vences-Lopez was detained for immigration violations on May 15. The day before, Vences-Lopez was captured on cellphone video being questioned by a transit officer aboard a light rail train. The officer asks Vences-Lopez if he is in the country illegally. The man who shot the video, Minneapolis artist Ricardo Levins Morales, interrupts the officer and questions his authority in terms of immigration matters. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers took
After Tawny Nelson's car broke down at night in the pouring rain with her four young daughters crying in the back, countless people just drove by as she begged for help. The single mother of four explained that things had been rough since her partner left - her vehicle was in such bad shape that she only drove if absolutely necessary and her cell phone was disconnected.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has suggested her country and Europe can no longer rely on Britain and the US in the wake of Brexit and Donald Trump's election. Speaking at a campaign event in Munich on Sunday (28 May), Merkel said Germany should strive to maintain a good relationship with the US and Britain as well as Russia, but said it was time for Germany to be more self-reliant and look towards other European allies for support. Merkel made the comments after returning from the G7 summit in Taormina, Sicily where she met with Trump among others, who clearly frustrated the chancellor.
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War with North Korea would be “catastrophic” and the “worst kind of fighting in most people’s lifetimes,” Secretary of Defense James Mattis said. Amid rising rhetoric and increasingly frequent missile tests from the isolationist North Korea, President Donald Trump has warned that a “major, major conflict” was a possibility.
They feel your suffering. They understand your pain as if it were their own. They watch you struggle and they wish they could do something about it. I'm talking about airline executives. And I'm lying. I've been moved, you see, by the words of United Airlines president Scott Kirby. Skift managed to get wind of this thoughts from a recent town hall meeting with employees. I fear you may find some of his sentiments a bit of a drag. Kirby mused this on the subject of coach seats having little to no legroom -- sometimes, the closest measure of this is called seat pitch. "Seat pitch has come down because that's what customers voted with their wallets that they wanted," said Kirby. "I know everyone