When the power went out in parts of Manhattan on Saturday night, stores emptied out and Broadway shows did not go on. In restaurants and bars, people drank by the light of their smartphones.
A blackout hit Manhattan making this eerily beautiful photograph possible.
n US news, this Burger King manager stood up for his employees when customers suggested they go back to Mexico for speaking Spanish. English is not the official language of the U.S. Spanish is the 2nd most spoken language in the country. This Burger King go back to Mexico video from Eustis Florida is one of those class fast food freakouts. If you're looking to see customers get owned, this argument between customers vs employees about speaking Spanish in public might do the trick. In the video, we see the racist customers getting owned by employees, specifically the manager.
If you want to dig to China, you’d actually need to start your journey in Chile or Argentina — not the US. And you’d need a super-powered drill to get through impenetrable iron, molten alloy, and rock found in Earth’s three primary layers: the crust, mantle, and core. Good luck!
At NYC's John F. Kennedy Airport, 1,000 bags an hour are checked for narcotics and illicit food. Customs and Border Patrol officials are tasked with stopping these goods from entering the United States.
(New York Times) “Nationwide raids to arrest thousands of members of undocumented families have been scheduled to begin Sunday, according to two current and one former homeland security officials, moving forward with a rapidly changing operation, the final details of which remain in flux. The operation, backed by President Trump, had been postponed, partly because of resistance among officials at his own immigration agency.”
Click here to read more & to find out if such deportations have occurred before.
(CNN) “The video was found on a "memory video device" near the Nanda Devi East, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) said Monday, which showed the group of climbers moving slowly near the summit on the unnamed peak.
The group of eight climbers -- four Britons, two Americans, an Australian and their Indian liaison officer -- went missing when they were attempting to scale a previously unclimbed peak on May 26.”
In 2018, four major beer companies came together to fight back against dwindling beer sales - until Anheuser-Busch betrayed them. Cheddar examines why they did it and what it means going forward.
Trophy hunting is sparking outrage on social media as a record number of species face the threat of extinction, yet many hunters claim killing individual animals is the only way to save their species. CBSN Originals follows American trophy hunters to find out whether hunting can really be considered a means of conservation. CBSN Originals is our premium documentary series that is sure to challenge your views on this and a variety of other issues.
It's a well-known cliché that isn't quite true: Money can't buy happiness. On this episode of Good Money, we examine how money affects well-being, and how science says it can best be spent.
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