Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Immigration Talks Move From Wall to Real Fight: How to Enforce the Law Supported by ByGlenn Thrush and Emily Cochrane Feb. 11, 2019 WASHINGTON — The battle in Congress over the number of detention beds under the control of Immigration and Customs Enforcement has pushed the border security fight beyond the symbolism of a wall to the core of the immigration debate — how the nation’s laws are to be enforced far beyond the border with Mexico. The impasse over President Trump’s roundups and detention of undocumented immigrants has stalled progress on a bipartisan deal to avert a second government shutdown this Saturday, even after Mr. Trump reluctantly accepted far less money than he wanted for repairs and extensions of existing border barriers — and no new wall. The Republican … [Read more...] about Immigration Talks Move From Wall to Real Fight: How to Enforce the Law
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By ERIC LIPTON, STEVE EDER and JOHN BRANCH DEC. 26, 2018 In just two years, Trump has unleashed a regulatory rollback with little parallel in the past half-century. This Is Our Reality Now BAKERSFIELD, Calif. THOMPSONS, Tex. CHARLESTON, W.Va. FORT BERTHOLD, N.D. In California, where over a third of the nation’s vegetables and two-thirds of its fruits and nuts are grown, farm workers are being sickened by a pesticide that the Obama administration tried to ban. In the heart of West Virginia’s coal country, the state’s largest inland waterway is still being contaminated with hundreds of pounds of selenium, a pollutant that can wipe out aquatic life, as well as smaller amounts of arsenic and mercury. A coal-burning power plant in the suburban sprawl of Houston, one of the country’s fastest-growing metropolises, is getting a free pass to continue spewing harmful levels of sulfur dioxide into the air. Far to the north, on the Fort … [Read more...] about President Trump’s Retreat on the Environment Is Affecting Communities Across America
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A BRIT tourist has said how he repeatedly vomited blood after being struck down by a bug to linked to food contaminated by human faces while on a luxury TUI holiday. Chris Gillan was so weak he thought he would die and had to be stretchered from his room to hospital when he was was hit by cyclospora in Mexico. He is one of hundreds of holidaymakers now suing TUI amid claims the company is trying to cover up what it knew about the scale of the problem at the country’s Riviera Maya resort. There have been outbreaks of the past four years and it has been claimed the cases that have come to court are the “tip of the iceberg”. Chris said he spent nearly 18 hours being treated and had to have nine saline drips as he was so dehydrated from the crippling illness. The 36-year self-employed engineer from Hertforshire and his wife Marisa, 31, paid out nearly £3,000 for their romantic getaway after saving for a year to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. But … [Read more...] about Brit vomits BLOOD after being struck down by Mexican food poisoning bug that holiday giant Tui is accused of ‘covering up’ after hundreds of holidaymakers fall ill
By Stephen Tucker Paulsen, Correspondent Updated 3:49 pm CDT, Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Chris Keller says feral hogs have been running wild in the Stonecrest Ranch subdivision east of The Woodlands. Locals describe it as a “hog epidemic” and have been calling on officials to solve the problem, all to little avail. Keller estimates he’s spent at least $5,000 fixing his lawn after multiple hog invasions. less Chris Keller says feral hogs have been running wild in the Stonecrest Ranch subdivision east of The Woodlands. Locals describe it as a “hog epidemic” and have been calling on officials to solve the problem, ... more Photo: Stephen Tucker Paulsen / Contributor Chris Keller says feral hogs have been running wild in the Stonecrest Ranch subdivision east of The Woodlands. Locals describe it as a “hogepidemic” and have … [Read more...] about Feral “hog epidemic” causing headaches for residents near Woodlands