Trump moves to effectively end asylum at Southern borderA Texas woman was living with her dead mother for three years
US Vice President Mike Pence visited an overcrowded migrant camp in Texas on Friday, coming face to face with detainees held in horrific conditions and deploring an immigration crisis that he said was "overwhelming our system."
Norma Allbritton Photo: Leon County Sheriff s Office An 84 year old woman has been arrested in the 35 year old murder of her husband, not long after the case was re examined by Oxygen s "Cold Justice" team.Johnnie Allbritton was found shot to death in his home located outside Buffalo, Texas back in 1984. He had been struck five times in both the chest and back with a 20 gauge shotgun, the Palestine Herald reports. No arrests were made at the time.
TwitterEmailGetty ImagesFacebookTwitterEmailAmerican Airlines has faced some egregious controversies in the past, but this one is perhaps the most absurd: On June 30, a doctor from Texas named Tisha Rowe was ordered off a plane and allowed back on only after she agreed to cover herself with a blanket. Her offense? She was dressed in a romper.Rowe, who is African American and Caribbean American, described the incident both on social media and in a recent interview with the New York Times, explaining that she feels her race was a factor. She told the Times that she had boarded her flight from Jamaica to Miami with her eight year old son when a flight attendant asked her to come to the front of the plane.
Kaan Sercan Damlarkaya, 20, attempted to join ISIS in 2017, communicating online about the plans. He also told individuals he thought were part of the terror organization that he wanted to travel to Syria or Afghanistan to fight alongside the group. Damlarkaya said that if he couldn t make it to the Middle East to fight, he would conduct an attack in the U.S. against non Muslims, noting that it was his dream to die as a martyr. In addition to discussions about fighting for ISIS, Damlarkaya provided information to supporters about how to manufacture explosives using triacetone triperoxide, warning the people he was communicating with to take safety seriously while you make this.
Kaan Sercan Damlarkaya, 20, from Houston, attempted to join and support the terrorist group by providing information to other ISIS supporters about the use of machetes and information about the homemade construction of automatic weapons and explosive materials, the DOJ said.His sentencing is set for Sept. 30 and he faces up to 20 years in federal prison and a maximum fine of $250,000.
Last week, a video went viral in which an unnamed woman cracked open a fresh tub of Blue Bell ice cream and licked the top of it before gleefully placing it back into the freezer of a Walmart store in Lufkin, eastern Texas.The person behind the camera could be heard encouraging the prank but police certainly didn 't appreciate the joke, as before she was identified as a minor police said the woman could have faced a second degree felony charge of tampering with a consumer product.
The secret Facebook group, ;The Real CBP Nation,; which has around 1,000 members, is host to an image that mocks separating migrant families, multiple demeaning memes of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, a New York Democrat, and other derisive images of Asians and African Americans.One meme posted following her Monday visit to a Texas border station depicts a manipulated image of her gesturing toward a water fountain with the caption "Is this a toilet? " Following her visit, Ocasio Cortez charged that people were drinking water from a toilet at the station, an accusation that acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan has denied.
GARLAND, Texas Police have arrested a man accused of causing a gas leak in Garland Saturday morning, in what police believe was an act of vandalism.
Rep. Joaquin Castro, D Texas, speaks alongside members of the Hispanic Caucus after touring the Border Patrol station in Clint, Texas, on Monday. Cedar Attanasio AP hide caption
Heartbroken Rosa Ramirez was pictured in tears at her house in San Martin, El Salvador, after two year old Valeria Mart nez Ram rez drowned with dad Oscar while trying to swim across the dangerous Rio Grande into Texas.
Jason Paul Robin, 24, and his fianc e Katharine Wyndham White, 21, from Harris County, were arrested on Monday and Tuesday respectively. He was charged with murder, while she was charged with injury to a child by omission following the death of the pair's baby daughter Jazmine Robin.KPRC reported the tiny child had suffered 96 fractures including two fractures to the skull, 71 rib fractures and 23 long bone fractures, indicating breaks to the arm or leg bones. Jazmine Robin had also suffered a number of contusions, more commonly known as bruises, and multiple traumas.
On Wednesday, after attorneys sent a legal notice to the Justice Department demanding the girl s release, her father told the Associated Press he was relieved to hear that she was out of the station in Clint, Texas.Attorneys told him she had been placed in a children's shelter in El Paso, but he still felt frantic over his child's obvious distress.
Nearly 250 migrant children have been relocated to children's shelters from an overcrowded Texas border patrol station where attorneys said they had been held for weeks in dirty conditions without adequate food and water.
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A researcher told "CBS This Morning" that at the Clint facility, about 20 miles southeast of El Paso, more than a dozen children had the flu, and that some were in quarantine cells without adult supervision. The researcher added that young girls were taking care of a sick two year old boy who was in filthy clothing without a diaper, and that the children said they were fed uncooked frozen food and had gone weeks without bathing. CBS News reached out to immigration officials, and has not yet heard back.Apprehensions in the El Paso border area have spiked more than 600% since last year. In May, the Office of the Inspector General pointed to dangerous overcrowding at the El Paso facility, showing migrants packed into holding cells.