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The Vox 04/20/2019 15:52
The group posted live video to Facebook showing the detention. A New Mexico militia group posted a video to its Facebook page that shows members detaining dozens of people at the US-Mexico border this week. The live video was shot at night; the person behind the camera can be heard saying, “Holy hell, there are a lot of people here” and “I don’t know if we got them all.” Dozens of people can be seen on the ground, sitting quietly, sometimes breaking the silence by chatting in Spanish. The group’s page features other videos and photos in which its members detain immigrants while armed. According to CNN , authorities are currently investigating the militia’s videos. New Mexico’s attorney general, Hector Balderas, released a short statement co.
The Vox 04/20/2019 14:36
McKee was killed as she covered riots in Northern Ireland. Two arrests have been made in connection to the death of journalist Lyra McKee, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said in a statement posted on their website Saturday morning. McKee was shot earlier this week while covering riots in Northern Ireland. “This morning we arrested two teenagers, aged 18 and 19, under the Terrorism Act and conducted a number of searches as part of the ongoing investigation into Lyra’s murder,” Detective Superintendent Jason Murphy told reporters, adding she was killed by indiscriminately fired shots Thursday night in Derry, also referred to as Londonderry. Just before she was killed, McKee tweeted a picture of a plume of smoke in the distance:
The Vox 04/20/2019 12:21
The Vermont senator is "a real contender" according to Rove. Republican strategist Karl Rove, the man behind both of George W. Bush’s successful presidential campaigns, thinks Democratic contender Bernie Sanders could beat Donald Trump in 2020 to become the next president. After watching the Vermont senator’s Monday Fox News town hall , Rove complimented Sanders on Fox and Friends Friday, saying participating in the event was a " smart move on his part ."
The Vox 04/20/2019 10:19
The Republican senator broke with his party, criticizing the Trump administration after reading the 448-page report. Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney offered harsh criticism of the Trump administration after reading the recently released redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian involvement in the 2016 election, saying he was “sickened” by the “dishonesty and misdirection by individuals in the highest office of the land including the President” in a statement on Twitter Friday. I have now read the redacted Mueller report and offer my personal reaction: — Senator Mitt Romney (@SenatorRomney) April 19, 2019. The 448-page report released Thursday outlined multiple attempts by the Trump
The Vox 04/20/2019 09:00
And the rest of the week’s best writing on books and related subjects. Welcome to Vox’s weekly book link roundup, a curated selection of the internet’s best writing on books and related subjects. Here’s the best the web has to offer for the week of April 14, 2019. At Electric Lit, Theodore McCombs sits down with Her Body and Other Parties author Carmen Maria Machado for a perfectly normal interview where everything is fine , in which they discuss Machado’s introduction to a new edition of the Victorian vampire novel Carmilla :. TM: You chose not to publish Veronika’s original letters alongside LeFanu’s novella; you explain in your introduction, “I wish the reader to come to the text with a complete understanding of its inadequacy.” How do pa.
The Vox 04/20/2019 08:00
Some say the $1 billion donated to the Paris cathedral should’ve been directed elsewhere. As more than $1 billion has rolled in to repair the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, a debate is raging over whether the glut of donations would have been better spent on other causes. People on social media asked why similar support was not going to Native American sacred lands destroyed in fracking and development, to historically black Louisiana churches devastated in arson attacks, to the fight against climate change , or to development aid for African countries .
The Vox 04/19/2019 18:50
The meme combines fandom shipping with art to produce viral magic. If you’ve spent any time on Twitter this week, you may have noticed an outpouring of fandom art as part of the viral "ship dynamics" meme — in which people, mostly fanartists, are sharing their love of their favorite kinds of relationships through stick figures. For anyone unfamiliar with the concept of a "ship," it’s a very popular term within fandom, a shortened form of the word "relationship" that’s used both as a noun to describe a romantic pairing you love (e.g.
The Vox 04/19/2019 17:30
All 730 Qdoba locations will offer Impossible Meat’s plant-based beef alternative. Do you like the idea of a plant-based Impossible Burger, except you’re not a fan of burgers? Your best bet might be Qdoba. The Mexican food chain announced this week that its trial of Impossible Meat at a few of its Michigan locations was a major success, and it will expand to its 730 locations nationwide by the end of May. It’s been an incredible month for Impossible Foods and its competitors in the plant-based meat industry. Impossible Foods, which makes the Impossible Burger and other plant-based meat products, announced just two weeks ago it was partnering with Burger King to offer plant-based Whoppers. Early reviews — and sales — look good . Burger King
The Vox 04/19/2019 17:10
She and Julian Castro are the first 2020 contenders to do so. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has called for President Donald Trump’s impeachment after the release of the Mueller report. The senator and 2020 hopeful reacted to special counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report, which was released on Thursday and detailed the findings of a nearly two-year investigation, in a series of tweets on Friday. Warren wrote that the report shows that a "hostile foreign government," as in, Russia, "hacked our 2016 election to help Donald Trump and Donald Trump welcomed that help."
The Vox 04/19/2019 16:10
A teacher at an Arizona charter school had third graders yell at a black student during a lesson on school segregation. It’s part of a larger problem. It seems like every few weeks now there is yet another story of black students being forced to participate in insensitive classroom simulations of slavery and segregation that do far more to traumatize than to educate about the most painful parts of American history. That trend continued this week, after an Arizona mother posted on Facebook that her black son, a 9-year-old in third grade, had participated in a classroom simulation in which he had to “walk through his class as his teacher and fellow students yelled at, humiliated and berated him during a lesson on school segregation,” accordin.
The Vox 04/19/2019 16:05
What did Mueller find out about Trump associates and email leaks? Were any Trump associates involved in the dissemination of emails stolen by Russian hackers? The answer, according to special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, is ... redacted. The section of the report that discusses this topic is one of the most heavily redacted in the entire 448-page document — making this one of the biggest loose ends remaining in the Mueller probe that’s important for understanding what happened during the 2016 campaign. One reason for these redactions is that this discussion clearly involves longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone, who was indicted in January for lying to Congress and attempting to tamper with a witness. Stone has a trial scheduled for later
The Vox 04/19/2019 16:05
Six Columbine survivors describe reliving the trauma of school shootings, over and over again. “There’s a part of me that says, ‘You could have done more. You could have been more active.’”Twenty years ago, Andy McDonald was a student at Columbine High School when two of his classmates walked into school armed with two sawed-off shotguns, a carbine rifle, and a semiautomatic handgun and fatally shot 12 students, one teacher, and themselves. It was far from the first school shooting, but the details around the attack — the huge arsenal of weapons (which also included propane bombs and pipe bombs), the much-discussed role social isolation may have played in driving the killers’ actions, panic about the alleged influence of video games and me.
The Vox 04/19/2019 15:50
The Mueller report confirms that the late DNC staffer had absolutely nothing to do with leaked emails later shared by WikiLeaks. Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report , released on Thursday, raises a lot of new questions — but in one section, in just under 320 words, it answered another one, putting to rest one of the most harmful political conspiracy theories in recent memory. The report definitively disproved the notion that a Democratic National Committee staffer named Seth Rich was the source of leaked DNC documents later published by WikiLeaks, and that his July 2016 murder came as the result of his decision to leak those documents to WikiLeaks. This wasn’t true, although Trump associates like Jerome Corsi, Roger Stone, and countless.
The Vox 04/19/2019 15:40
It takes some help from your friends. Every week, new original films debut on Netflix and other streaming services, often to much less fanfare than their big-screen counterparts. Cinemastream is Vox’s series highlighting the most notable of these premieres, in an ongoing effort to keep interesting and easily accessible new films on your radar. Someone Great. The premise: After her nine-year relationship with Nate (Lakeith Stanfield) ends in heartbreak, music journalist Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) recruits her two best friends, Blair (Brittany Snow) and Erin (DeWanda Wise) to help her pick up the pieces over one long, twisty day and night in New York City. What it’s about: Someone Great falls into that hallowed genre of comedies in which a tightly.
The Vox 04/19/2019 15:20
“Earth,” a song and short film by comedy rapper Lil Dicky, is all about climate change and butts. It’s about time climate change became the subject of a blockbuster anthem — we just didn’t expect a guy called “Lil Dicky” to bring it to us. Yet the comedy-rapper, who has built up a YouTube following of more than 4 million subscribers with a collection of absurdist viral videos and so-stupid-they’re-brilliant lyrics, has somehow assembled a bevy of big-name stars, from Ariana Grande to Justin Bieber, for an Earth Day-themed charity single accompanied by a seven-minute animated short film. Titled “Earth,” the project functions as a “ We Are the World ” for the internet age; released on April 19, “Earth” racked up 3.5 million views in a matter
The Vox 04/19/2019 15:10
The Columbine mass shooting could have been a turning point on gun control. It wasn’t. Twenty years ago, at Columbine High School in Colorado, two student shooters killed 13 people and themselves — a mass shooting so shocking that it would have been hard to imagine it would ever begin to seem routine. In the shooting’s aftermath, it seemed a lot of people wanted to talk about everything but gun control. Politicians blamed video games like Doom . They blamed Marilyn Manson . They pointed to bullying — even though the shooters weren’t particularly unpopular or bullied in their school . There was the “trench coat mafia” freakout . But the problem then, as is true after mass shootings today, was guns. Whether it’s Columbine or recent mass shoot.
The Vox 04/19/2019 14:50
They argue that the Mueller report further demonstrates why Democrats need to win in 2020. In the wake of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report , Democratic presidential candidates think there’s room for Congress to explore the question of obstruction of justice charges — and others — a bit further. “While we have more detail from [Thursday]’s report than before, Congress must continue its investigation into Trump’s conduct and any foreign attempts to influence our election,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said in a statement . “Far from exonerating anyone, the Special Counsel report exposes disgraceful behavior by Donald Trump and his inner circle—both in seeking assistance from Russia & attempting to cover it up,” former Housing and Urban D.
The Vox 04/19/2019 14:40
Taylor Swift wanted to own “This sick beat.” Kylie Jenner wants the name of her 1-year-old’s birthday party. Tim Tebow does own his prayer pose. Hailey Baldwin, shortly after marrying Justin Bieber and becoming Hailey Bieber, filed for the trademark “Hailey Bieber” with the US Patent and Trademark Office. This is not uncommon, nor is it out of the ordinary that she filed for the trademark “Bieber Beauty” last week in case she wants to launch a beauty and cosmetics line. Celebrities file trademark registrations all the time — for their names, their children’s names, their catchphrases, their song lyrics, and even, as was the case with former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow, their prayer posture . Each time a celebrity seeks a trademark for somethi.
The Vox 04/19/2019 14:30
The press secretary is now lying about lies. Press secretary Sarah Sanders was caught lying several times in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report , and now she’s defending herself with more misdirections. During a string of media appearances following the release of the Mueller report on Thursday, Sanders has faced questions about a claim she made during a May 2017 press briefing that she later admitted was false during testimony to Mueller’s team.
The Vox 04/19/2019 14:29
Does Mueller’s report create a "constitutional duty" to impeach Trump? It only took a few hours to get from the Mueller report’s release to demands that Democrats begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. At the Atlantic , Yoni Appelbaum called Mueller’s report "an impeachment referral."

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