As we head into Independence Day celebrations, Jane Pauley looks at some data on the holiday.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – President Trump says he’s happy that he signed an executive order to stop immigrant families from being separated; calling reports to the contrary “fake news.” Trump was not happy about a report in Monday’s New York Times that said he “groused” about signing the executive order. “The executive order is great. It’s something I thought we had to do. We want children staying together,” the president said in a joint appearance with the King of Jordan. “There was a false story, fake news , in the New York Times, just the opposite… I was just saying yesterday before I read this phony story in the New York Times that I was very, very happy that I signed that.” The Department of Homeland Security says it has reunited 522 children with their parents, however there are more than 2,000 children still separated and in shelters. The House is expected to take up a broad immigration reform bill, but it appears unlikely it will get enough votes to pass. Republican leaders are expected to then shift to a narrower bill focused on keeping families together when they are detained at the border. “The President has made clear: we are going to continue to prosecute those adults who enter here illegally,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said. “We are going to do everything in our power, however, to avoid separating families.” Despite the current controversies over immigration, the President’s base is holding strong. A new Gallup poll says he has a 90 percent approval rating among Republicans.
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Trump Responds To ‘Fake News’ Report Over Immigration Executive Order
Matsuki, who disappeared while walking her dogs, was bitten and likely killed by an alligator that was later captured, wildlife officials said Friday
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Search teams find body of woman missing in suspected gator attack
Nicki Minaj rewrites the record for most top 10 hits among women on the R&B /Hip-Hop Airplay chart (dated June 2) as “Chun-Li” moves 11-9. With the …
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Nicki Minaj Breaks Record for Most Top 10 Hits Among Women on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Chart
But for the music to create any sort of connection with it audience, it must be shaped and molded carefully, allowed to bloom and evolve on its own terms. Chattanooga musician Calee understands that rap music works best when given free rein to shift perspective when necessary and approach its …
“anxietea” takes a special shape in Detroit rapper Curtis Roach's video released earlier this month. He twitches, shudders, and spasms his way through the video, shot in one of Detroit's many Coney Island restaurants. The result is a stirring journey inward, much like Roach's Highly Caffeinated mixtape …
14-year-old arrested after gun and knives found in backpack. SHARE: … The boy's middle school is located in Winter Haven, which is located between Tampa and Orlando. … The teen told investigators that he “had been listening to rap music and wanted to bring the gun to feel 'powerful' and 'cool.'”.
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14-year-old arrested after gun and knives found in backpack
Unless the Browns trade one of their two picks in the top four, the Broncos will likely have a shot at one of the NFL draft’s top four quarterbacks.
Eno had been in the game for almost half a decade but made slight airplay nearly 5 years ago when she refixed Joey B's breakthrough single “Tonga” and eventually captured the hearts of some rap music lovers. But, despite her perfect rhymes, punchlines, bars, delivery and what have you, the 2MG …
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These musicians should be the actual stars in the Ghanaian music scene
Which Blake Bortles will show up against the Patriots? Can the Eagles get more out of Nick Foles against the Vikings? These are the major questions facing each of the NFL’s remaining teams.
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The big question for the final four NFL playoff teams
New Orleans will be without receiver Brandon Coleman, who is recovering from a neck injury, for Sunday’s divisional-round playoff game at Minnesota.
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Saints WR Coleman (neck) out vs. Minnesota