Trump supporter: My husband is being deported Friday
As a popular Indiana restaurant owner faces deportation under President Trump?s immigration directives, his family becomes the latest in a series of Trump supporters to find campaign promises affecting their lives. According to a report from Indiana Public Radio, Roberto Beristain?s family said he?s expected to be deported on Friday and has already been moved from the detention facility in Wisconsin where they had been visiting him. Beristain is the owner of Eddie?s Steak Shed in Granger, Ind., which he purchased from his sister-in-law earlier this month after eight years of working at the restaurant.
Bernie Sanders Voting Against Gorsuch Nomination
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., discusses the health care debate and says President Trump "doesn't always tell the truth." Sanders also talks about the Russia investigation and Neil Gorsuch's nomination to the Supreme Court.
GOP Sen. Roberts: I ?deeply regret? quip about insurance coverage for mammograms
Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts, R-Kan., speaks at Secretary of Agriculture nominee Sonny Perdue?s confirmation hearing. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., expressed remorse Thursday for making a sarcastic comment implying that coverage for mammograms shouldn?t be a requirement for the GOP?s insurance plan. Mammograms are essential to women?s health & I never intended to indicate otherwise,? he tweeted.
Remembering the victims of London's terror attack
Floral arrangements were placed near Westminster Bridge and outside New Scotland Yard on Friday, part of tributes to the victims of Wednesday?s attack outside the Houses of Parliament in London. As dusk fell on Thursday, several thousand people gathered in London?s Trafalgar Square for a candlelit vigil to honor the victims and their families and to show London?s unity in the face of militant attacks.
Correction: Mother-Daughter Killed story
VALLEY HEAD, Ala. (AP) ? In a story March 23 about a mother and daughter dying in separate traffic accidents in Alabama, The Associated Press reported erroneously the age of the girl. The child was 8, not 5.
Man pleads guilty in Washington pizzeria shooting over fake news
A North Carolina man pleaded guilty on Friday to opening fire in a Washington pizzeria that fake news reports claimed housed a child sex ring linked to 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Edgar Welch, 28, of Salisbury, was accused of firing at least three shots from an AR-15 rifle inside the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria in December and pointing the gun at an employee after showing up to investigate the online conspiracy rumors. Welch pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to a federal charge of interstate transportation of a firearm with intent to commit an offense and a local charge of assault with a dangerous weapon.
Cuba's secret negotiator with US was president's son: cardinal
Cuban President Raul Castro's son, Alejandro, was the communist island's envoy for secret negotiations with the United States that led to the countries' historic rapprochement, a cardinal close to the talks said. Speculation had long swirled that Alejandro Castro Espin, the president's 51-year-old son, headed up the secret talks.
Spicer stands by Ryan, says press is being ?so negative? about health care bill
At his press briefing on Friday before the health care vote, White House press secretary Sean Spicer defended House Speaker Paul Ryan?s efforts to get the AHCA passed and joked that the press was being ?negative? about the legislation?s fate.
Rick Perry, the man in charge of America?s nukes, weighs in on Texas A&M student election
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, the man in charge of America?s supply of nuclear weapons, took the time Wednesday to criticize Texas A&M?s election for student body president. Perry?s complaint was about the process by which Bobby Brooks, who would become the first openly gay student president in the university?s history, won the election last month. Brooks finished 750 votes behind Robert McIntosh, the son of a prominent GOP fundraiser, but McIntosh was disqualified after he was found to violate a campaign finance rule over some glow sticks used in a campaign video. McIntosh had overcome an earlier disqualification stemming from anonymous charges of voter intimidation when the Student Government Association?s Judicial Court dismissed those complaints after an investigation.
Apple?s new RED iPhone 7 and its cheapest iPad ever go on sale at 11AM today
It?s not just a regular Friday for Apple fans, as the company?s recently announced red iPhone 7 and the brand new iPad are going on sale today. Apple?s website is currently down in preparation for the sales, which are scheduled to start at 11:01 AM EDT today.
Apple earlier this week announced a brand new iPhone 7 color, a new iPad, minor iPhone SE and iPad mini updates, and a slew of accessories. You can check out every single new product Apple announced right here.
The red iPhone 7, part of Apple?s PRODUCT (RED) campaign, looks amazing ? check out a hands-on unboxing video at this link. Other than the red color though, nothing changes inside the phone. The red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus each come with only two storage options, including 128GB and 256GB, just like the Jet Black versions. Prices start at $749 for the 128GB iPhone 7.
The brand new 9.7-inch iPad replaces Apple?s iPad Air 2, and it looks like Apple is killing the Air brand across product ranges. The device features a better A9 processor and a better screen, and it comes in 32GB and 128GB versions. The new iPad is available in silver, gold, and space gray, and ships in the expected Wi-Fi-only and Wi-Fi + Cellular options.
Prices start at $329 for the 32GB iPad, which is the lowest entry price ever for a brand new 9.7-inch iPad. Even a new iPad mini is more expensive, starting at $399, but the mini only comes with 128GB of storage.
The refreshed iPad mini, as well as Apple's new iPhone and Apple Watch accessories, are also available to purchase from Apple's online store.