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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on Far Away Fan

Far Away Fan

03:28 min | Last week

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on Far Away Fan

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The Legend of Alejandro Kirk

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:58 min | 2 months ago

The Legend of Alejandro Kirk

"Today Dave talking about the legend of all a hundred kirk man that was fun to watch last night. Our. Listeners if you haven't seen the highlights pause this podcast call up the Blue Jays highlights from last night in to see something like you've never seen before it's. If, you can imagine a shorter maybe larger Pablo Sandoval plan catcher and going four for four and hitting home runs. I mean unbelievable. He's listed five eight to sixty five physically reminds me we you know you're trying to come up with the copper there were Sandoval Mike. was maybe being older Benjie Molina not young. But Older Benjie Molina and you could see the way runs. He's not ever going to be the Swiss guy. But part of the reason why I mean forget the you know the size and the shape. See Guy he's a right handed hitter. You do not see hitters in two, thousand, twenty hit the ball to right field away. He does that was I think. It's were to right field right including the home. Look. It's a he's a remarkable story for starters what he's only twenty one yet. Yes. Played above class say he can hit the bat looks legit. He walked more than he struck out in the minors last year and yeah, the Blue Jays have gotten dope production from their catchers this year. So can he play in the play offs I dunno buster yes. I mean you know who knows when we actually get there but you know when we reach this time of year teams, they don't really care what's in the back your baseball card they they don't really care when you were drafted or you know how much money they paid you. They only WANNA know if you're getting results, this is someone signed in two thousand sixteen out of Tijuana Mexico. As an amateur free agent and you know and I know teams are not going to be calling up catchers at age twenty one unless they wanna take a look

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Longest Smuggling Tunnel Is Found at U.S.-Mexico Border

Ron St. Pierre

00:26 sec | 10 months ago

Longest Smuggling Tunnel Is Found at U.S.-Mexico Border

"Customs and border protection agents announcing that they have discovered the longest smuggling tunnel ever found on the southwest border here's fox's Steve Rappaport federal authorities say the tunnel uncovered last August ran more than three quarters of a mile from Tijuana Mexico to the San Diego area is approximately five and a half feet tall and two feet wide as an average depth of seventy feet below the surface of the of the earth deputy chief border

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US-Mexico border: 'Longest ever' smuggling tunnel discovered

Mac and Gaydos

00:26 sec | 10 months ago

US-Mexico border: 'Longest ever' smuggling tunnel discovered

"US authorities say they've discovered the longest smuggling tunnel ever found on the southwest border it stretches more than three quarters of a mile from an industrial site in Tijuana Mexico to the San Diego area US customs and border protection says it featured an extensive rail cart system forced air ventilation high voltage electrical cables and panels and an elevator at the tunnel entrance to the complex drainage

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Longest ever tunnel discovered at the border

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Longest ever tunnel discovered at the border

"News the U. S. as just discovered the longest smuggling tunnel ever on the southwest border customs and border protection says that tunnel stretches more than three quarters of a mile from Tijuana Mexico into the San Diego area it features an extensive rail card system forced air ventilation high voltage electrical cables a complex drainage system and an elevator at the tunnel entrance the discovery did not lead to any immediate arrests were seizures next longest tunnel was discovered in San Diego back in twenty fourteen it was about three thousand

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Longest-ever border smuggling tunnel found stretching between Tijuana and San Diego, officials say

Ben Shapiro

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Longest-ever border smuggling tunnel found stretching between Tijuana and San Diego, officials say

"A big discovery in the south west along the US border with Mexico today US authorities finding the longest smuggling tunnel ever in the southwest border U. S. customs and border protection officials say that the tunnel stretches more than three quarters of a mile from Tijuana Mexico into the San Diego area it features an extensive real card system forced air ventilation high voltage electrical cables and panels as well as an animal elevator into the tunnel

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"That super shuttle stopped operating there last month so far officials at John Wayne and Long Beach airports have not gotten word about their locations at LAX Margaret Carrero KNX ten seventy newsradio former west Covina man has been charged in San Diego federal court for allegedly selling more than one million dollars in memorabilia with forged autographs of celebrities Anthony Tim Tim Tramaine had long been living in Tijuana Mexico officers arrested him at the San Ysidro border crossing prosecutors say he's been operating business for years earlier this year he allegedly ship Ford signatures of a photo of the Kardashians to an undercover FBI agent to me could spend twenty years in prison I'm not lying back in the local mountains after being caught in tranquilized at a home in Simi Valley it happened near airing Jr rolled and the one eighteen freeway line was found hitting a record and the neighbors called nine one one senior Alex he showed up and verified it there's one right there they contacted our local wildlife officers lieutenant for the area and he immediately responded and successfully darted that animal stay with fish and wildlife captain Patrick for you till skin it's the mount line is not the same one that killed a dog attacked another one last week mount line last week at a caller this one did not however national park officials later put a collar on the cat in the dim P. seventy nine some people are just obsessed with anything connected Britain's royal family that's why the briefcase used by the now Duchess of Sussex on the NBC game show deal or No deal is up for auction it's expected to bring in four to six thousand dollars Meghan Markle appeared on the show in two thousand six in two thousand seven before she became a regular on the series suits she left that job when she married prince Harry in may of twenty eighteen twelve fifty we get our first comprehensive look at the.

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US returns first group of asylum seekers to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico

WBBM Evening News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

US returns first group of asylum seekers to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico

"On the USS returned a group of asylum seekers to Mexico ten migrants who crossed the border Monday seeking asylum in the United States were sent to new wave a Laredo Mexico Tuesday to await processing of their applications the way the Laredo which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande across from Laredo Texas becomes the fourth Mexican border city in the program formally known as the Mike rich protection protocols the other Mexican cities were migrants are being sent to await US asylum processing are Tijuana Mexico alley and see about war is several civil rights organizations have sued the U. S. government over the migrant protection protocols hi Mike

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US Returns First Group of Asylum Seekers to Nuevo Laredo

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

US Returns First Group of Asylum Seekers to Nuevo Laredo

"The US isn't a group of migrants back to Mexico to await processing of their asylum claim ten migrants to cross the border Monday seeking asylum in the United States were sent to new wave a Laredo Mexico Tuesday to await processing of their applications the way the Laredo which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande across from Laredo Texas becomes the fourth Mexican border city in the program formally known as the migrant protection protocols the other Mexican cities were migrants are being sent to await US asylum processing or Tijuana Mexico alley and see about war is several civil rights organizations have sued the U. S. government over the migrant protection protocols hi Mike

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 US returns first asylum seekers to violent Nuevo Laredo

The Michael Medved Show

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

US returns first asylum seekers to violent Nuevo Laredo

"The U. S. returns a group of asylum seekers to new wave Laredo Mexico ten migrants to cross the border Monday seeking asylum in the United States were sent to new wave a Laredo Mexico Tuesday to await the processing of their applications the way the Laredo which sits on the banks of the Rio Grande across from Laredo Texas becomes the fourth Mexican border city in the program formally known as the migrant protection protocols the other Mexican cities were migrants are being sent to await US asylum processing or Tijuana Mexico alley and see about war is several civil rights organizations have sued the U. S. government over the migrant protection protocols hi Mike

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Trump policy forces some asylum seekers to wait in Mexico

Dennis Prager

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Trump policy forces some asylum seekers to wait in Mexico

"As a Friday asylum-seekers at the southern border will be forced to wait in Mexico as their cases make their way through US courts. With official says the changes will be introduced at San Diego, San Ysidro border crossing the nation's busiest and the choice of asylum seekers who are in that caravan of more than six thousand mostly Central American migrants who arrived in Tijuana, Mexico in November the policy may be expanded to other crossings, it does not apply to children, travelling alone or to asylum seekers

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Thousands Of Central American Migrants Stuck In Tijuana, Waiting To Seek Asylum

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Thousands Of Central American Migrants Stuck In Tijuana, Waiting To Seek Asylum

"President Trump says there's a humanitarian and national security crisis on the US Mexico border. This idea of a border emergency can be traced back to the reports that began a few months ago of a caravan of Central American migrants, traveling up through Mexico to the US many of those migrants are are now stuck in Tijuana, Mexico, just south of the border from San Diego. And that's where NPR's John Burnett joins us from now. Hi, John airy, we've heard about thousands of migrants stuck in Tijuana. What are you seeing? There will you know, this is ground zero of what the president considers the migrant crisis. I mean, you've got central Americans who are waiting in all the major Mexican border cities batik wanna is where you really see them. We started out with somewhere between five thousand six thousand migrants who'd come up into caravan. The numbers are definitely down to perhaps two thousand three thousand. Migrants. Now that are still here some gone back to Honduras some have been deported by Mexican authorities. Some have crossed into the US to request asylum, and then others, you know, crossed the border illegally. They climbed the fence, and they were arrested and instill others went to other Mexican border cities where there's less of a weight to cross. So, you know, the the the numbers are trickling down. So the numbers are down. But still a lot of people for t- quantity to deal with. How is the city copen? You know, it's just it's chaotic what we've seen today. There's more than a dozen shelters here, the big one L Bader atoll, you know, it's it's the best organized by the federal government. And then you have all these others. We went to one that was run by the and Bassedas of Christ evangelical church where you had people a leading intense inside the church sanctuary. But outside was this squalid drainage ditch with hogs all rooting around and children around they're playing and yet people in Tijuana are trying to help the migrants. And so you have these these these shelters that have just sprung up in houses, and with different do or groups, and with churches, and really you just get this sense that they they still don't know what to do with this crush of people who are here. What about Americans you're right over the border from San Diego. Do you see many US people? They're trying to help out. You do there's lots of volunteers. They're over here. They're offering legal advice. They're bringing food. They're bringing medicine summer bringing you know, knitting needles and yarn for them, you know, give them something to do while they're waiting. I mean this morning they called number one thousand six hundred twenty seven that's how many migrant families have gotten into the US to ask for asylum in there. Still many many more waiting weeks. What are you hearing from the migrants themselves? You've spoken to. Well, these are these are single men these are families their grandmothers, and you know, they've been here waiting for so long some for six to eight weeks, and they seem to be, you know, just very frustrated. Some are still waiting in line for their numbers to be called and others are deciding to take jobs here in Tijuana. There's a a labor shortage, and so some are working as a as Masons others are going to work in these fabrication plants Mckee LA's, and then still others have decided to bring caught and Muto to jump the wall. And so they go to this area where they can crawl over one of the lower fences where they're promptly arrested by the US border patrol. But they know that that's a rash decision that they're going to be detained if they do that. And so many want to wait, but they're really getting frustrated here. Yeah. The times are so long just in our last thirty seconds. President Trump last month announced a policy called remain in Mexico where asylum seekers. Would have to wait in Mexico for an immigration hearing in the US any sign of that taking shape. You know that policy has been suspended. Ari? I spoke to a senior government official familiar with border security plans, and because of the complexities of the diplomacy between Mexico in the US. They are not returning immigrants seeking asylum to Mexico to await their immigration cases. The ones who are going to the border largely are being allowed to ask for asylum and then being either detained or or released. All right. A notice to appear and immigration court NPR's, John Burnett Antigua. Thanks much. You bet. All right.

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Mexico demands answers after U.S. fires tear gas at migrants

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Mexico demands answers after U.S. fires tear gas at migrants

"One hundred fifty migrants reportedly tried to breach the border fence in Tijuana, Mexico on January first US agent stop them with teargas now. Mexico wants more information about the incident it's asking the US for a thorough investigation. There were reports of. Some of the migrants throwing rocks. The p says there's no proof that that happened. And they say the rocks were thrown until after the tear gas was used a similar event with tear gas at the border happened in November

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WTRH

"I'm Rhonda Rochford with the government shutdown well into its second week, President Trump's inviting congressional leaders to the White House Wednesday, the president issued the invitation for a White House briefing on the border wall to Republican and democrat leaders of both the house and Senate. It would come just hours before Democrats are set to gain control of the house and vote on their own proposal to end the partial shutdown plan that contains no money for the wall. It would Mark the first face-to-face meeting between the parties since the shutdown began Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hines US. Customs and border protection says the decision was made to fire tear-gas in Tijuana Mexico early Tuesday to repel about one hundred fifty migrants who were trying to breach the border fence some were throwing rocks. Might as well enjoy the price at the pumps since it may cost a little more to fill up in the new year. Twenty eighteen was a good one at the gas pump the average price now to twenty four. That's according to the senior petroleum analyst with gas, buddy dot com. Dan, mctigue who adds it's forty nine cents down from the average in two thousand eighteen while we've been seeing these bargain basement gas prices across the country, and you know, all of us are are pretty happy that the the party of the pump is is is likely to wrap up the next couple of months. The reasons why you could start to see the beginning of a rally, especially given both the combination of a strong US economy as well as these production cuts in OPEC among OPEC nations. I'm Shelley Adler New Year's day. Birthdays, former Senator Ernest Hollings of South Carolina turned ninety seven actor Franklin. Jello was Eighty-one rock singer musician country, Joe McDonald of country, Joe and the fish fame Seventy-seven writer comedian, Don Novello. Remember.

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Dozens arrested at demonstration supporting asylum seekers

WGN Nightside

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Dozens arrested at demonstration supporting asylum seekers

"US. Authorities arrested thirty two people at a demonstration organized by a Quaker group at the border separating San Diego from Tijuana Mexico border patrol spokesman at weirdo almost said thirty one people were arrested for trespassing by the federal Protective Service at today's demonstration one was arrested by the border patrol for assaulting an agent about three hundred people took part in the demonstration organized by the American friends service committee. The rally also was to show support for a caravan of Central American asylum seekers

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Mexican city shuts down migrant shelter near US border

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Mexican city shuts down migrant shelter near US border

"In Tijuana. Mexico officials are moving migrants out of a makeshift camp near the US border city government cited unsanitary conditions at the sports complex where about six thousand migrants from Central America had been waiting waiting to apply for asylum in the US migrants were bus. As to a federally run shelter at a former concert venue, ten miles from the border officials say no one was forced to leave the sports complex. But the city could no longer provide food or medical services for the

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Migrant caravan: Trump defends tear gas on Mexico border

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Migrant caravan: Trump defends tear gas on Mexico border

"Trump reacting to trouble in Tijuana. USA radio's Robin will- linski reports. Here's the bottom line. Nobody's coming into our country unless they come in legally, President Trump addressing the situation at the border a chaotic scene as Faouzi of people arrive in Tijuana, Mexico members of a caravan met with tear-gas when they rushed the border dozens arrested trying to cross the border illegally. So I'll tell you what Obama had a separation policy we all had the same policy. I tried to do it differently. But Obama had a separation policy, but people don't like to talk about that

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"We've. Close the border coming into the United States. They will not be coming in our. Minutes ago. President Trump continued to seize on the hectic and dramatic dramatic clash at the US Mexico border to push funding for his proposed border wall into your attention towards an issue that he thinks plays well with his base. The president tweeting today in part, quote, Mexico should move the flag-waving migrants. Many of whom are stone cold criminals back to their countries. They're not coming into the USA. We will close the border permanently. If need be congress fund the wall the incident happened at the Sanusi report of entry between San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico US customs and border protection says as many as Faouzi migrants tried to enter the United States sixty nine where rested on the US. I'd order patrol agents also used tear-gas with some families and young children caught up in the confrontation, the border patrol said they were responding to project thrown at them. CNN's Leyla Santiago is in Tijuana, Mexico, this this is not the first time. We've seen a confrontation like this at the border. There was one in two thousand thirteen or others before. Then how did this one started? And what exactly happened? All right. You know, as I've talked to people here, many people you actually see behind me they were there at that class that took place yesterday. And they're telling me, it really has changed the mood of today. So here's their take from this. They tell me that this was supposed to be a peaceful March that they were heading to the border some even hoping to engage the officials on the other side of the fence in some sort of dialogue many supporters were marching with them toward the border. But then at one point, and I haven't found one person who could sort of really give me the exact second. But the migrants all realize that tear gas had been released, and they just started running some men, many women many children, and as a result of that things have really changed here today, even Mexico Mexico actually taking part in in deporting some people saying we are not gonna tolerate disorderly conduct. They've taken about one hundred of the migrants into custody and are planning to deport every single one of them, and that uncertainty here can also be seen as the federal police surrounded the shelter where I am. We're about five thousand migrants are right now..

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News chief national correspondent, Matt gut men is at the border in Tijuana Mexico with according to U S law asylum seekers have to have their applications, at least view that bind the US government. Now secretary Nielsen has said that only ten percent actually receive asylum, but that doesn't absolve the US government from actually trying to verify their application claims. The question is how many of the people here we'll try to seek asylum through the proper channels. How many will try to smuggle their way into the United States, and for those that are left here in Tijuana that is going to be for the Mexican government to deal with and that could be an extremely costly proposition. And according to US law doesn't matter how they get into the country. The US must at least consider their asylum application in the special counsels Russia investigation. Robert Muller and his team are accusing Paul Manafort of lying to them in violation of their plea agreement with him, here's CBS's. Paula Reed special counsel is being very clear they're not revealing anything about what he lied about. And it's just it right now it's unclear we do not know whether or not this information will ever be made public Manafort cannot now withdraw his guilty plea and may well face more prison time some long and frustrating waits for rail riders after an inbound NBA train snapped and axel just north of Belmont Waverley station. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl with that. It's all about communication. The NBA was quick to tell its Fitchburg line riders that are broken down train would cause delays. But Caitlin Mayfield doesn't feel. She got the full scope, I get text messages. So I was able to stay at my house a little bit longer than normal. And then I came down here and thought that we would get on train and like ten minutes and we didn't during her forty five minute. Wait, Caitlyn could watch is a train picked up writers under disabled one. Then sped past. The station. Now, she needs to communicate with their boss. I told him I was going to be late at eight forty five. But I must send another Email now because outside a lot later from Waverley station. Kendall Buhl, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty could a partial government shutdown being our future. That's coming up soon on WBZ..

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Farm bankruptcies on the rise in Upper Midwest

24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Farm bankruptcies on the rise in Upper Midwest

"With his political work in Ukraine and undisclosed lobbying efforts his lawyers. Insist he hasn't lied to the investigators looking into Russia's meddling and the Trump campaign, President Trump and a campaign speech were Mississippi Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith who is in a runoff election tomorrow against democrat. Mike Espy tells the crowd at the border patrol's use of tear gas against Central American migrants who tried to cross into the US from. Tijuana mexico. Clear message to the caravans enter the trespasses turn around and go back home drop is holding a roundtable event in Gulfport before taking part in the second rally tonight for Hyde Smith,

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KTOK

"The heartland of America and the gateway to the west good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory welcomed the coast to coast AM later tonight. The son of Benjamin Krim talks about the my trail. You might remember Benjamin creme from years ago. He's not what this anymore, but he represented somebody called them. I try whom some believe might be the anti Christ. Here's what's happening. Several health officials are saying that only Romain lettuce from certain parts of California now is unsafe to eat and that romaine lettuce entering the market will now be labeled to give consumers information about when and where it was harvested if consumers retailers and food service facilities cannot determine whether the romaine was grown outside of California. They should not eat it simply throw it away. Even if some of it was eaten, no one got sick. According to the FDA Ford officials say the most likely source of the contamination for E coli came from the central coast of California growing regions in northern and southern is central California Romain lettuce harvested outside these regions does not appear to be related to the current outbreak. Romaine from these sources outside of those areas safe to eat now. Try going to the store looking for lettuce. Any kinds of lettuce? It's off the shelves. People are buying whatever. They can right now. Thousands of additional migrants are expected to arrive in Tijuana Mexico to try to claim asylum at the US border, the incoming migrants are in addition to the approximately five thousand migrants who have already arrived in that border shitty. General motors. It's cutting fifteen percent of its salaried North American workforce and ending production and some slow selling vehicles in halting production at several plants in North America. The largest us carmaker said it would stop production at facilities in Lordstown, Ohio Hamtramck, Michigan in Oshawa, Ontario. Those places have had factories there for years new patents issued to Google suggest. It could soon be eavesdropping on our movements moods. And even how children are behaving around the home the patents, which could lead to the development of new smart device. Technology would further shore up Google's presence in the home and in turn help it. Learn more about people's preferences activities and make suggestions accordingly. Let's check in with our expert on the internet, Lauren Weinstein. Who of course will give us that. Disclaimer. I Lauren usual disclaimer on Google related stories that I have consulted past. But everything I say here is, of course, my own opinion. Very good. Now. What does this mean, it's an interesting set of patents? And in fact, it isn't hard to see some some very interesting potential applications because you do want ways and this is an ongoing problem. You do want to monitor young children people who are ill people, Alzheimer's, perhaps automated means to do that could actually save lives in a long run. Now, the thing is the services have to be opt in they have to have reasonable data protection rules controls that you have to have a place to avoid things like that becoming abusive to keep in mind is it patents. Don't. Necessarily equal products. This is really important. I mean, there's a vast numbers of patents for items that have never been built. And that can't be built remember that. There's there's patents were anti gravity perpetual motion machines. That didn't have demonstrable working models the patent office eventually stopped accepting applications for things like that unless you had a working model to show them. So what we're looking at with patents like these Google Patents. Most likely these are broad conceptual patents. They cover a range of ideas. Even when there is a limited part of them if any part of them that's ever has an expectation of becoming an actual product. And also remember that Pat sometimes they're protective that is you take out broad patents on something that you don't intend to use. And you're also trying to make sure that other people don't use it in an abusive way. So you're sometimes you actually take out a Pat because you're trying to avoid abuse. You don't intend to ever abuse it, and you wanna make sure that other people don't abuse it also. So we're what's the bottom line on this? I think that these are fascinating patents. There certainly something. We should keep track of I don't think we need to paddock over them. Not yet. At least. Thanks, lauren. I always appreciate your input guns N roses had the industry in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. After the frontman axl rose reportedly became too sick to perform, however, despite his severe illness, the singer was able to power through and perform for a long time before having to call it quits. He talked to the audience and ended up singing twenty of twenty eight songs, which is pretty darn good. But he was very very sick on an IV and everything else. Significant doubts emerged of our claims for Chinese scientists that he has helped make the world's first genetically edited babies. He says the twin girls were born a few weeks ago had their DNA altered as embryos to prevent them from contracting HIV his claims film by the Associated Press are unverified and have sparked outrage from other scientists will call the idea monstrous such work is banned in most countries, including the United States, an amazing story. We've got for you in our highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. Nastase mars. Insight Lander touched down on the Martian surface at wasted. No time in getting its first picture back to earth. We've got that picture for you. This is exciting. This craft will look for the deep interior of Mars and try to determine and send back information, which will help us understand the formation and evolution of all rocky planets, including the one we call home. What else is going on in the skies? Let's check in with Stephen Cates. Doctor sky high Stephen, George, hey, I've been sitting like many of my good friends out there watching this NASA feed all day, George how cool inside it's totally amazing. And for the first time, I can say that not only my name, but a million other people's names are on the surface of Mars when we were asked to do that a general thing that NASA did for the public. So it's really exciting the mission. Georgia's you've been talking about we've been talking about for so long launch back in may of this year. Landed very successfully that picture came through in an area of Mars cold. But that ride from hell down about eight minutes to the surface, twelve jeez. It comes in at about a twelve degree angle on approach this eight hundred and thirty million dollars spacecraft is obviously going to turn. And look that is for so much about what's going on in the size, mama tree area. Measuring heat flow from the interior of Mars and actually George measuring meteorite impact. What does that mean on the surface guided by these two amazing little cubesats about the size of maybe a briefcase little satellites Marco the two cubesats help transmit data. And of course, help the scent of that particular spacecraft to Mars, George, this is really cool and all the listeners can do it look in the look high in the south of sunset, you'll see the planet Mars now ninety one million five hundred thousand miles from earth. Imagine it takes light, eight minutes and eleven seconds. Just to get there on our little friendly spacecraft inside his lair highly in the live sky, the sky show gets even better, Georgia Venus. Now that amazing object in the southeast guy before dawn. Thirty six million miles away from the earth, by the way, it's the closest planet that gets close to the earth can get within twenty five million miles and right now this planet, Venus, Georgia's as close as Mars was back in July. Simply don't miss it. It'll be brightest on the first of December and looking like the enduring symbol of the beautiful Christmas star finally a possible meteor shower outbursts called the dramas the evening of December fifth and sixth much more next week. Dr sky reminds you always simply keep your eyes. Remember to keep your eyes for those guys and Email me at the sky sky at Cox dot net. Thank you, Steve. And hope you had a great thanksgiving. You know through the holidays a lot of people. Their moods changed they stress out in a moment. We're going to talk about mood. Toby tame, your moods and de-stress that's next on coast to coast AM Haywood. I need a radio with the best reception and audio I turned to none other than c crane..

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Mexico Increases Security Presence At U.S. Border Near Tijuana

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:58 min | 2 years ago

Mexico Increases Security Presence At U.S. Border Near Tijuana

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything. Mexico has put more police on the streets and Tijuana where thousands of central Americans are waiting for their chance to cross the border to the US. This comes a day after US border patrol in San Diego, fired tear gas at migrants were trying to cross the troll says some migrants were throwing rocks. And in a moment will hear more about that decision to use tear gas. I we go to reporter James Frederick n t one. Oh, and James you've been there for a couple of days. Now, what is the atmosphere like at this point? Well, it definitely feels and looks different today than it did yesterday. The first thing I noticed pulling up here is there is a lot more police around this government run shelter here in p wanna so. So I mean, there's basically a one block radius where there are dozens if not hundreds of Mexican federal police and some military here they won't say exactly what they're doing here. But it's pretty clear that they want to have security right here right outside the shelter. So another March cannot start and then talking with migrants. I mean, they are really thrown off after yesterday's events. Can you tell us more about that? What are you hearing from them? People are scared and worried after yesterday's events. I think it throws them even more into limbo than they were before yesterday's events. I spoke to this hundred woman elva inside the shelter today. Yemi in the men gonna disagree. The man then that the. So what what Elvis saying there is that you know after yesterday's events. She just doesn't know if she can continue, you know, it almost makes her feel like she should go home. She's very scared now, and she really has the feeling after yesterday's events that there's no way President Trump is going to let them into the country. And so she's really stuck in doesn't know what to do next. I mean, what choices do they have if people talked about any alternatives? Well, the first thing is they can request the Silom. And that's what a lot of them are doing, but that's not so easy and Tijuana's just walking up to the border and saying you want to request asylum since so many asylum seekers have arrived here at the border. There is a list you have to put your name on the current waiting on that list is more than a month. And that was for people who arrived before the caravan. So it's much longer. Now talking to other people in the caravan other options are to be smuggled across the border to find a more remote area. They might go into if they feel like there's no legal way for them. To get in. They see that as an option, and then the other option is returned home. But as we know lots of these people are facing, very serious real threats of violence and would put themselves back into very dangerous situations going home. In the meantime, President Trump has tweeted that unless Mexico deports the migrants the US will quote, close the border permanently. What sort of reaction is that getting in Mexico? Well, the the first thing is that it's really hard for migrants. Understand. What's going on? Things are constantly changing. There's not great access to information. They get most of their information just word of mouth. So it's hard for them to make a decision based on you know, currently, you're constantly changing conditions. De other big issue is that Mexico's government is changing this Saturday. And so there's I'm really getting the impression right now that the current administration, which is leaving just has no incentive to make any big decisions. Have make any big actions on. On behalf of the migrants. And so really we're just waiting for a new government in Mexico to see what decision they make. That's James Frederick reporting from Tijuana Mexico. Thank you. Thanks, audrey.

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WRVA

"Gonzales in Tijuana. Mexico says the rioters were the exception is mothers, tell me they plan to just wait here in Tijuana for the opportunity they hope to apply for asylum. But they say most people are following the rules, not trying to cross illegally those five hundred or so people were hearing about and seeing these images of say were the exception. More than five thousand flights delayed Sunday in about twelve hundred canceled as a winter storm grip the mid west there were near whiteout conditions of parts of Kansas state, trooper explains. Less than a couple of cars and a gas leak shut down the Delaware memorial bridge in both directions. As folks trying to get home following the thanksgiving holiday, legal scholar. Alan Dershowitz, says Robert Muller's report will be devastating President Trump Dershowitz on ABC's this week. It's going to paint the picture that's going to be politically, very devastating. I still don't think it's going to make a criminal case because collusion's not criminal today. Could be the biggest online sales day ever on. Cyber Monday percent of us are going to shop during the holidays online at work. It's going to happen whether employers like it or not Johnston with Robert Half with some suggestions for employees who can't stay away from those deal into a lunchroom go into another room. So it's very apparent when you're sitting at your desk, you're working, and then if you're in the lunchroom or somewhere else asks for you're doing your online shopping as for the bosses, it's about work life balance?.

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"Humanitarian crisis" declared as 5,000 migrants reach Tijuana

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

"Humanitarian crisis" declared as 5,000 migrants reach Tijuana

"A humanitarian crisis in the city of Tijuana, Mexico where several thousand migrants from Central America. Have now arrived looking for asylum in the US with them. Reporter Adrian Baird narrative wanna Manuel Gusta says his city just doesn't have the resources or infrastructure to deal with this onslaught of migrants he's calling on the United Nations because even though he has been meeting with Mexican officials. He says he's not getting adequate help the Mexican marine set up some food traps. But clearly the demand is too great. And unfortunately for Tijuana more migrants are on the way

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More migrants arrive overnight in Tijuana

WBZ Afternoon News

01:05 min | 2 years ago

More migrants arrive overnight in Tijuana

"Are arriving in the border town of Tijuana Mexico reported. Jayson Campadonia tells us what is happening there in federal officials on both sides of the border say another twelve hundred people seeking asylum arrived at the border town this week, which brings the total to nearly five thousand officials with the US customs and border protection agency say they're expecting another twenty three hundred to arrive soon. The migrants have been arriving by bus. And as soon as they step off. They are directed by caravan organizers to set up sleeping bags and tents wherever they can are meantime Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the White House has given him explicit authority to use military troops to protect customs and border protection personnel with lethal force if that is necessary at the southwest border with Mexico politico White House reporter, Nancy cook says the troops could be much more involved. Now, the White House, although it's dropped the caravan message in the interim between the midterm and now I think that we're starting to see it heat up a little bit as. As a political issue just because the troops are stationed there, and there's some contention around whether or not they need to be there. And of

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Order blocked blonde, Jack Callaghan, Fox News. A ruling from a federal judge has blocked at least temporarily the Trump administration's plans to block members of the Central American migrant caravan from requesting asylum in the United States said no asylum for those who cross illegally immigrant's rights groups, and the ACLU sued arguing that congress already laid out the rules on this and the president doesn't have a thorny here. Jessica rosenthal. The Justice department has yet to say whether it will appeal the ruling with thousands of migrants arriving in Tijuana, Mexico US border patrol shut down several border crossing points on Monday to install more protective barriers a gunman shot and killed three people, including a police officer at a Chicago hospital on Monday city, Chicago. Lost a doctor. Pharmaceutical assistant. And a police officer. All going about their day. All doing what they love. God goes mayor Rahm Emanuel police say the doctor tamra O'Neill was killed by her ex fiance who also killed a pharmacy. Resident Dana less police officer Samuel Jimenez died in a shootout that also left the gunman dead. His name has been released yet officer Jimenez leaves a widow police in Saint Louis are looking for a man who so they say burst into a suburban religious store sexually assaulted multiple victims and shot a woman to death. They're not sure of the motive. But they haven't ruled out that it could have been a hate crime in Denver, no idea who or why. But a gunman opened fire on a street in downtown Denver, leaving one person dead and four others wounded police are seeking that shooter as well as in stocks closing Tuesday, lower down nearly two percent in China. Dow futures lower as well off nearly eighty points on Monday, the Dow dropped three hundred ninety five points. The NASDAQ lost two hundred nineteen.

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Trump writes, mayor of Tijuana, Mexico just stated that the city is ill prepared to handle this many migrants, the backlog could last six months, likewise, the US is prepared for this invasion, and will not stand for it or causing crime and big problems in Mexico. Go home. The president says he expects a full report earlier this week on the killing of Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi. Meanwhile, Mr Trump says there's really no need for him to listen to an audio tape of the killing took place inside the Saudi consulates in Istanbul suffering tape. It's a terrible tape. I've been fully briefed on it. But there's no reason for me to hear. And in fact, I said the people should I they said, you really shouldn't. There's no reason. I know exactly I know everything that went on without having the president on Fox News Sunday the search for the missing in the northern California. Wildfires own could be hindered. By rain expected. You arrive soon the death toll from the California fires has risen to eighty with more than nine hundred people still unaccounted for doctors in the read this morning on Wall Street right now Dow futures down about sixteen points, NASDAQ futures off twenty seven s and p futures down nine and a half more on these stories at townhall dot com. Guys can hear from the hit podcast today's growth who would win a three mile bicycle race and eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle full Senate ten speed and the pro racers going to win every time but put the race around a tricycle in the eleven year old wins every time you see. It's not the driver. It's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue. It's exactly the same. If you have a job or a small business. You are writing a.

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"People who live in Tijuana, Mexico protests shouting out out to the more than two thousand Central American migrants hoping to cross the US border there reporter Jose Garcia began throwing rocks. There were some people are getting hurt. So the authorities moved them to this space will feel they are camping there. And it's secured by police officers brand new hope for kids with life threatening peanut allergy's live to CBS. Vicki Barker, five hundred severely allergic children in the US and Europe were slowly and carefully desensitized to peanuts. After a year. Two thirds of them could eat up to seven peanuts without an allergic reaction. Sophie, Pratt's six year old was one of few side. Effects during the trial that we were convinced. She was on the placebo researcher, George detract lost. We're moving into the realms of treatment if the FDA approves this treatment could be available in as little as a year. Deborah, the chairman of Nissan is on his way out for under reporting, his income. The Japanese car company says Carlos gone will be dismissed after turning around both Nissan and Renault by pushing for electric car production Renault. Shares have fallen fourteen percent in European trading s and p futures are down nine. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free. This is New York's NewsRadio WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty a radio dot com station. It's a great Monday morning. Forty five degrees heading for about fifty this afternoon. Chance of a sprinkle maybe some showers tonight. WCBS news time seven rings. Warning. We're looking over report in the times, it says it claims at night show routinely disputed tests revealed lead in its apartments WCBS reporter Marla diamond is looking into this story this morning and joins us live Marla and Paul exposure to lead paint in small children can cause irreversible brain damage yet. The investigation by the New York Times found for at least two decades every time a child has positive for high lead levels Nitra fought back challenging ninety five percent of the orders it received from the city health department to remove the source of the lead lead exposure is perhaps the most serious among many unhealthy living conditions. Residents detailed for federal judge at a packed hearing in September. Fake mice. Bed. Some people had holding their floor. They had they had mold you should be paid meter living. There. Pain utilize the judge rejected the city's two billion dollar settlement with the federal government last week saying it doesn't go far enough to protect the nearly four hundred thousand New Yorkers living in public housing later today mayor de Blasios expected to outline the city's plans for how night's show we'll fix the problems pollen, Wayne thank you Marla seven four and making cannabis the law in New Jersey. The wait continues. There's talk of a vote next month. A lot of cities and towns are waiting for that vote the preparation process continues. Now in Hoboken, we're here. WCBS reporters. Steve burns talking about the plans. They have the mile square city set to get together this evening to figure out what will be going in. And where if and when New Jersey lawmakers move ahead with recreational marijuana legalization Mayorov e Bala is current plan calls for three establishments. Whether they'd be a retail store dispensary cultivation facility in the more industrial parts of town jersey. What you're seeing is a lot of watching waiting Scott rudder at the New Jersey Canada. Business association says reaction so far ranged from some towns looking to capitalize much as possible. Recently..

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is the BBC news funeral McDonald nine key figures from the protests for political reform that shook Hong Kong for years ago, have pleaded not guilty at the start of their trial. The defendants include the three founders of the occupy movement Martin hip is in Hong Kong before the trial began this morning Banney tie Chanqi man, as well as reference shoot humane Latin nine of them and a group of supporters chanting slogans outside the courthouse, including their signature slogans like, no remorse. No regrets of what they've done that went into court. Now, they pleaded not guilty to all charges surrounding this offense of public nuisance. If convicted they could be jailed for up to seven years king. Salman of Saudi Arabia is due to make his annual speech to parliament and a few hours time amid continuing international outrage over the killing of the journalist Jomar shock g Sebastian reports from. The annual speech by the Saudi King to the shore council with normal not attract a great deal of global attention king. Salman himself has taken a backseat role throughout much of his reign now in his eighty s he's allowed his son. The crown prince to assume all the levers of power, but that's now Saudi Arabia's problem with an unrelenting stream of gruesome revelations over the killing of Jamal has G tarnishing the crown prince's reputation still the king's speech to the shore is not the normal way in which change is delivered in Saudi Arabia such decisions are generally not exposed in public speeches until they delivered in Royal decrees. The British Foreign Secretary is due to hold talks in Iran on Monday. The first such visit by a western foreign minister since United States reimposed all sanctions on Tehran. Jeremy hunt is ju- teaches arena and counterpart mohammad-javad Sirri James Landale reports. This is the foreign secretaries first visit to Iran, he'll meet his counterpart Javad, Zarif and other senior figures he'll edgy around to improve its human rights record calling for the immediate release of Nazanin Zaghari radcliff an other detained British Iranian jewel nationals where there are humanitarian grounds to do so Tehran. He'll say should not put innocent people in jail and use them for diplomatic leverage, the foreign secretary emphasized that unlike the US Britain remains committed to the deal to limit Iran's nuclear program and the sanctions relief. It gets in return. Yemen's who th-they rebel movement is called for a halt in old drawn and missile strikes against the Saudi led military coalition the rebels said they were responding to a request from the United Nations which is making a new effort to end more than three years of conflict. In a statement. They said the decision was designed to show their good intentions. You're listening to the latest world news from the BBC. Riot police in the Mexican border city of Tijuana of clashed with hundreds of anti-migrant protesters demonstrators we've national flags and carried banners reading our people. I am new to the invasion. Elsewhere in the smaller demonstration was held in support of the migrants, thousands of whom have arrived from Central America in recent days. The former mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg is the knitting one point eight billion dollars to his former university Johns Hopkins in Maryland. So that promising students from middle and low income families can afford to go. There is the largest such contribution on record to a US education institution and will allow Johns Hopkins to offer scholarships instead of loans from next year. Ministers from twenty seven European Union countries. Meet in Brussels today to consider if they need to make any changes to the draft agreement on Britain's planned departure from the EU next year at a summit next Sunday, the Member States intend to sign off on the agreement. Kevin Connolly reports from Brussels on the surface the preparations for Sunday's summit. A continuing just as they would if everything at Westminster with sweetness and calm Europe ministers of the EU twenty-seven gathered today and will face the question of whether there is the political space all the intonation in their national capitals to make any kind of major tweak to the current draft withdrawal agreement there is no sign. The answer will be yes. And some countries including France of hinted that they think the offer to the UK is in some respects too generous. Spin revealed that what was thought to be a stolen artwork by Picasso recently discovered. In Romania wasn't factor. Forgery, a Belgian theater company says it staged the hoax as part of a project about the value of truth experts had hoped that the work was harlequin head one of a number of masterpieces that were stolen six years ago. BBC news. Hello. This is the history. Our with max Pearson this week from nineteen Seventy-nine how the Shah of Iran's medical treatment in the US prompted the American embassy siege in Tehran life for Jews in imperial Russia. How Britain helped to get disabled people on the road in the nineteen forties and the victims of Brazil's military dictatorship in the nineteen seventies. That's all coming up. And it's in Brazil that we stop this week. This however is a strange story from the years immediately after the end of the second World War by that time. There were many thousand Japanese immigrants living in Brazil among that group. Internecine tension erupted on the news of the Japanese surrender in nineteen forty five and it led to a wave of murders being committed by a group of Japanese immigrants who believed that reports of the surrender were fake. Their victims were other Japanese Brazilians who publicly accepted, the Japan had lost the war. Thomas. Clapham reports..

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three. Your news three s. Coming up at three zero five, you know, what we'd like to do is talk to some of you who are firefighters out there. Because a new report says there are more firefighters who have died by suicide in two thousand seventeen than in the line of duty. Yeah. And we know fire fighting's a dangerous job. But the suicide some people are calling it an epidemic in the fire department, not only in the valley, but across the country. Right. So if you're a firefighter, you know, if you want to share your true, we're trying to figure out is it true. Why is it happening? And how can we help is? Is there enough mental health needs out there for firefighters? So pure firefighter. We're gonna probably well, not probably we're going to want you to call us about ten minutes. So but more on that in a second. Okay. We've got we've got the caravan. We've got the situation on the border. We haven't. I mean, we've honestly not tried to spend a couple of minutes a day on this just just a couple minutes. We're not we just want to know where it is. And when it's coming over because. You're tracking a storm, basically. So right now, the there's little there's a trickle of people on the border or outside of on the border of US Mexico. But the main part of the caravan has not arrived yet charter buses loaded with migrants who were camped out on the beach at Tijuana Mexico made their way to a temporary shelter and were met with Mexican protesters. Chanting.

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Protesters in Tijuana, Mexico Channing out Smet, the first people to reach the border from the migrant caravan. It's also being met by US troops stationed at the border ABC's. Jim Ryan is in Dallas and joins us right now with that angle. Good morning, Jim morning, April. And in fact, some of the customs and border protection agents from here in Texas are being shifted over toward California into Arizona because it looks as though these caravans are moving to the west instead of toward Texas. They're taking several hundred miles more several weeks more presumably to travel up to the California border. Although some apparently did catch a ride up to Tijuana. That's where they were yesterday when they were met by these demonstrators, so from Tijuana Mexicans who are upset that the illegal immigrants who were there city. There are facing similar protests on this side of the US Mexico border as well when they reach San Diego. Jim some of those protesters that are not protesters, but some of the migrants come they have been absorbed or taken into asylum to some degree by Mexico. But these are the ones that have not is at the point. They're the ones who intend to make asylum applications at the border there, San Diego or to come into the country some other way, that's the concern. Of course, at the Trump administration that people within this caravan intend to slip through the fence over the wall or somehow make it into the country without telling you about doll complete also that once they're captured or what is they did that they make you asylum applications anyway, so. Controversy not only on this side of the border. But also on the other side where people in Tijuana are concerned upset to migrants all sorts coming through their community. Yeah. That's really interesting. We hadn't really thought about that angle before. So what are US troops doing right now? And do you have a handle on just how many are along the border something like fifty seven hundred? Now, we heard from James Mattis the other day that offense secretary who said that about fifty five thousand seven hundred or deployed to the border area. Now, of course, remember April. They're simply there to backup customs and border protection. They're not taking anybody into custody. They're not really bored. Guarding the border per se except running surveillance and working in support of customs. It's up to customs agents to go out and make those apprehensions into to start the process of these asylum applications in Jim are most of those troops in public affairs. Roles are they they're kind of documenting and keeping track of really what's taking place in the sense to report back, or at least observe was taking place. That's certainly part of the others are doing boots on the ground kinds of things. They're unrolling concertina wire placing it on top of the fence that's already in place across much of the border there doing surveillance. They're making transport of customs agents up and down the the border. So yeah, they've got a lot of different responsibilities. But again, none of it involves actual contact with migrants. All right. Jim we'll run at that. Thanks for the time. Thanks ABC's. Jim Ryan reporting from Texas five Colorado's morning.

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on Women in Business

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The border people are not trying to overrun the border it's a very small group when you consider all of the people that migrate in a year and the fact that he's sending more attorney than more judges to do to the cases that that you know people i get past the first step which is an interview with an asylum officer so his allocation of resources calculus is it's two steps ahead which again indicates to me that unfortunately attorney general sessions does not understand immigration lottery while you're in tijuana mexico could you describe what the scene is there at the border the it's it's a desperate situation it's it's hopeful in the sense that people you know they know that they're not going to be camped out forever they don't know how long they will be waiting but it is a desperate situation to come so far and coming to the us because we are a nation of laws because we do put ourselves out on the world stage avenue in that fight for human rights and respect human rights and to get to the border and have the port of entry door literally close in their faces and i've been down to the gate to the us and it is all almost all that blocked off except for one tiny door so that in itself is is very heartbreaking but it's a testament to the desperation that the people feel and the fear that is driving them to flee their countries is that they're willing to go to a place that they know maybe hostile to them because it is the only option let's turn to fox news.

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on AP News

"A chicago area hospital according to his wife paul was a freelance illustrator when he started working with playboy founder hugh hefner as the magazines i employ e in the nineteen fifties he said that he crafted his bunny logo in about an hour paul also hired artists to create illustrations for playboy including salvador dali andy warhol and shel silverstein paul was the magazine's art director until he retired in nineteen eighty two art paul was ninety three years old very slowly members of the migrant caravan stopped at the us mexico border are being accepted for processing their effort to seek asylum ap's elliott tijuana mexico with the caravan and says we all face long legal odds especially in this political climate qualify they have to meet a very limited criteria narrow set of criteria which include political affiliation religion nationality a couple of other things and i will say the the central americans have had a very low success rate at eventually winning asylum says in many cases those part of the caravan are trying to escape a live surrounded by violence and poverty people seeking asylum are almost entirely from guatemala el salvador and honduras fleeing violence i talked to at least a dozen of them and they were horrible stories about how they were their lives were being threatened says those seeking asylum no they could be separated from their families and potentially detained for some time and they're willing to take their chances but until the process speeds up or their time in line uhhuh they remain camped on the border many of them are camped out in a large patio that leads into the that leads into the border crossing the mexican authorities have arrested gates so that they don't impede the flow of of of people going to work school and and for visits under us asylum practices people spend up to three days at the border inspection facility before being transferred to a longterm detention center the rest of the process is usually done behind closed doors files are not public and unlike criminal or civil courts access for journalists and others is limited president trump has vowed to turn the asylum seekers away meanwhile attorney general jeff sessions has promised more immigration judges will be sent to the border to handle the additional workload for the ap i'm rob lowe friends with rivet the.

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"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tijuana mexico" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Three president trump tweeting thoughts and prayers after a fatal military plane crash in georgia i'm tim weisburg wb sm new seventy nine degrees under mostly sunny skies your abc six forecast coming up president trump is offering his condolences after a fatal military plane crash in georgia at least five crew members were killed when a c one thirty hercules cargo plane from the puerto rican air national guard crashed today near savannah hilton head airport at an afternoon tweet trump asked americans to join him in thoughts and prayers for the victims and their families attorney general jeff sessions is sending dozens of federal prosecutors and adding more judges to handle cases involving legal immigrants at the southern border speaking at the justice department today session said the government is not going to let the us be overwhelmed by those seeking illegal entry the us a caravan of central american immigrants has been trying to enter the us after making it to tijuana mexico new bedford man sentenced to serve fifteen to twenty years in state prison for raping his former girlfriend's teenage relative bristol county district attorney thomas quinn says brian haid was convicted yesterday of rape of child aggravated by age after a three day jury trial and fall river superior court the charges date back to two thousand thirteen when the defendant was dating victims older relative and living in the same home with the woman and the child on november ninth twenty thirteen while the woman was at work hayne enter the bedroom of the teenage girl and sexually assaulted her the victim reported the assault and was treated at saint luke's where she underwent a saint exam that provided evidence she had been sexually assaulted by hade us representative joseph p kennedy.

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