A Look at the Texas Border Town at Center of Nation?s Debate
Of the 3,800 residents of El Cenizo, about 20 percent are undocumented. The town made national headlines this month when its mayor filed a lawsuit against the state to block a new law that bans so-called ?sanctuary cities.?
Father of Times Square car crash victim thanks New York in emotional letter
Israel lays on 10,000 extra police during Trump visit as Palestinian factions threaten 'day of rage'
Arriving from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Monday, the president also said he saw a growing consensus among Muslim-majority nations that they share a ?common cause? with Israel in fighting both Islamic extremism and Iranian influence. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and dozens more members of the coalition government greeted Mr Trump in a short ceremony as Air Force One landed at Tel Aviv?s Ben Gurion airport at lunchtime on Monday. A helicopter then delivered the visiting president to Jerusalem, where he met with President Reuven Rivlin, visiting both the Western Wall ? Judaism's holiest site ? and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, believed to be where Jesus's tomb is located.
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Rep. Jason Chaffetz says Oversight committee is 'certainly pursuing' Comey documents
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and ranking member Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, discuss the latest in the Russia investigation following the announcement of a new special counsel.
Mexican mob attacks Russian man in Cancun over insults
Police rescued the Russian, identified as Aleksei Makeev, after the crowd stormed his apartment on Friday night, said Guillermo Brahms, secretary general of Benito Juarez municipality, which encompasses Cancun. The Russian embassy had no immediate comment.
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Turkey Angry at U.S. For Stopping Erdogan?s Goons From Beating Up D.C. Protesters
Babysitter Charged After Children, 9 and 6 Years Old, Take Her Car And Crash It
Cathay Pacific to sack 600 staff in major shakeup
Hong Kong's flagship airline Cathay Pacific said Monday it would cut 600 staff including a quarter of its management, as part of its biggest shakeup in two decades to repair its bottom line. In March the company posted its first annual net loss in eight years, citing intense competition as lower cost airlines, particularly from mainland China, eat into its market share. It pledged at the time to slash costs by 30 percent after its $74 million net loss in 2016 reversed a $773 million profit in the previous year.