Story has been updated. So this was/is embarrassing.
Also, it’s Beyoncé, not Beyonce.
The story notes medical staff in L.A. were trained on how to read warrants. I suspect that means medical staff were trained to differentiate ICE’s administrative warrants vs. judicial warrants signed by a judge. Read more
About 80% of the caravan participants are from Honduras. Many of them are fleeing violence that surged after a contested election, that the U.S. basically certified. The US was the second country to recognize the president when international observers were saying it was impossible to know who really won. Read more
Pretty sure these Florida teens at this specific affluent high school have discovered no show socks.
I know! I celebrated the editors note because it felt like the editor understood the legacy and the power of her words. But not so much, apparently.
Do you have a link/source with more info about the steel being imported from Korea? The Googler isn’t helping me.
The obituary in question is about Ida B. Wells, who died in 1931. So yes, the 1894 date is relevant— especially when the Times is claiming they overlooked her.