March 10, 2020

With news headlines preoccupied with the coronavirus, Super Tuesday elections and the cratering of the stock market, it’s easy to miss news of Trump White House’s latest immigration move: sending more than 100 troops to 2 particular points along the US-Mexico border; The US State Dept. is moving towards making an unprecedented, but long overdue, declaration; New food stamp rules go into effect in a couple of weeks. What has changed; and The OECD just declared Mexico to be one of the worst offending countries when it comes to this. Go beyond the headlines…

US Military Shifts Troops on Southern Border to Support 2 Entry Points

State pushes to list white supremacist group as terrorist org

An Asylum-Seeker Who Was Kidnapped And Tortured With Acid Begged US Border Officers Not To Send Her Back. They Did Anyway.

Sesame Street wants to get young children counted in the census

New food stamp work requirements take effect April 1

CPR has improved, here’s what to do (and sing) to save a life

Underrepresented college students benefit more from ‘active learning’ techniques in STEM

Immutouch wristband buzzes to stop you touching your face

Venezuela fire: Thousands of voting machines burned

Mexico one of world’s most chauvinist countries: OECD official

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