Close
Date TimeAugust 14, 2019
Voice
How Mayor Pete Buttigieg Helped Prepare Immigrants for ICE Raids
Alex Edelman/AFP/Getty“A mayor can’t do much when it comes to immigration policy,” Pete Buttigieg wrote in his memoir, Shortest Way Home: One Mayor’s Challenge and a Model for America’s Future.But in his two terms as mayor of South Bend, Buttigieg has found creative ways to navigate within the strictures of local office to bring undocumented immigrants and their families into the city’s fold, running a city with a growing immigrant population under a president who has made the deportation of millions of undocumented people his signature issue.Partnering with local nonprofit organizations, Buttigieg has instituted a “Community Resident Card” program to help undocumented South Bend residents open bank accounts and fill prescriptions, led “Know Your Rights” events for residents in South Bend’s Latino-heavy West Side to prepare them in the event of federal immigration operations, and even helped create a phone tree to alert local families in the event that ICE raided the homes or businesses of city residents.“We, along with several other community organizations, lead a process of coming up with our local response plan to the rumor of, or actual ICE raid in our area,” Sam Centellas, executive director La Casa de Amistad, told The Daily Beast. La Casa coordinated with representatives of Buttigieg’s office to set up a roster of the best people to contact in the event of a federal immigration enforcement operation, Centellas said, and for advice on the best ways to communicate.Genevieve Miller, deputy chief of staff and policy director for Buttigieg’s mayoral office, described the effort to The Daily Beast as a collaboration with community groups “to identify community members who can be contacted if there is an immigration event.”The group—composed of members from local faith-based organizations, several local nonprofits and a few attorneys and community leaders who volunteered time—was the result of the “first scare of the Trump era,” Buttigieg wrote in his memoir. Rumors of impending immigration raids in South Bend had swept through the city’s West Side last month, and several small businesses had shuttered for days as families took refuge in a local church.“Parents had grabbed their kids from Harrison Primary Center and small shops closed for the day,” Buttigieg recalled in Shortest Way Home. “After that day working the phones to verify this was all a false alarm, my staff and I added to our mayor’s office to-do list the creation of a phone tree in the event of immigration raids.”Buttigieg, now an upper-tier candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, is now proposing that some of his immigration initiatives be taken nationwide. On Tuesday, Buttigieg’s campaign released a sweeping set of policies intended to strengthen rural America—a key component of which is the creation of a location-based “Community Renewal visa” to encourage working-age immigrants to relocate to U.S. counties facing a shrinking population.“Immigrants can and should be essential players in the growth of our economy, and it’s time we start recognizing that when we expand our lawful immigration system, everyone benefits,” the policy paper states, proposing that the new visa designation would target counties that have lost prime working-age populations. In return for three years of residence and employment in such communities, the visa would fast-track visa holders for a green card, and would allow the admission of spouses and children “to preserve family integrity and foster community integration.”Increased immigration to the heartland also forms a key component of Buttigieg’s rural health plan, released last Friday, which would expand a waiver program that allows foreign doctors training in the United States to work in rural or medically underserved areas instead of returning to their home countries for two years, as currently required. Although Buttigieg’s campaign has not yet put out a comprehensive immigration plan, the immigration-related proposals in the candidate’s other white papers are an extension of his approach to immigration in South Bend, where he has made welcoming immigrant residents to the region a key component of the city’s economic growth strategy.“Pete is proud of the strong immigrant community in South Bend, which has helped the city grow, contributed to the economy, and enriched the city’s social fabric,” Marisol Samayoa, the Buttigieg campaign’s deputy national press secretary, told The Daily Beast. “Pete has worked to adopt policies that help immigrants feel welcome in South Bend, creating a phone tree in case of immigration raids, and helping jumpstart initiatives like the Municipal ID program so that immigrants in South Bend can live without fear.”“Immigrants contribute to communities around the country, which is why, at this critical moment in our nation's history as Washington continues to fail us, Pete will continue to push for real solutions to our broken immigration system,” she added.Much of Buttigieg’s immigration rhetoric has focused on the contributions that South Bend’s newest residents have made to the surrounding community, particularly to the region’s economy.“Pete knows immigration can help communities across our country reverse population declines and rebuild neighborhoods as well,” Samayoa said.Fifty-nine percent of South Bend’s population growth between 2011 and 2016 came from immigration, and a research brief released by the city in partnership with local religious and economic groups found that immigrants to the region contributed $3.1 billion to the region’s GDP in 2016, paying an estimated $212.8 million in federal taxes and $103 million in state and local taxes.“I guess the president thinks America’s full. We’re not. I would be delighted to have more people,” Buttigieg said during a CNN immigration town hall in April. “We’ve got plenty of room for more residents and taxpayers who want to fund the snowplowing and the firefighters that I gotta have for 130,000 peoples’ worth of city, with only 100,000 people to pay for it.”Part of that welcoming strategy has been to assure immigrants in the city, documented or otherwise, that they are safe in South Bend. At one “Know Your Rights” event early in Trump’s presidency, hosted by the National Immigrant Justice Center and La Casa de Amistad, a local immigrant community organization, Buttigieg told residents in Spanish that “our police are here to keep you safe, not to practice federal immigration enforcement.”“The last thing our law enforcement needed was for Latino families to be afraid even to speak to our officers, especially if they had information needed to solve or prevent crime in their neighborhoods, all because they conflate local police with federal immigration authorities,” Buttigieg wrote in his memoir, published earlier this year.Although South Bend is forbidden under state law from claiming “sanctuary city” status, Buttigieg has described the city’s policy as “welcoming,” and has insisted that South Bend police do not assist in the enforcement of federal immigration law, which he has likened to “conscription.”But perhaps the most innovative immigration policy enacted under Buttigieg has been the creation of an identity card program through a public-private partnership with La Casa de Amistad. The program, dubbed “SB ID,” is intended to help South Bend residents who can’t obtain driver’s licenses or passports access critical services.La Casa de Amistad distributes the IDs, which thanks to an executive order signed by Buttigieg are recognized by law enforcement, schools and libraries. Local banks and pharmacies also recognize SB ID, allowing those without identification to open bank accounts, obtain financial statements and pick up medications. And because the program is administered by a private organization, the identities of recipients can’t be obtained via public records requests, providing shelter for those worried that their immigration status might become public knowledge.Not that anti-immigrant groups haven’t tried. Last week, the conservative legal organization Judicial Watch announced that it was filing an Access to Public Records Act (APRA) lawsuit against South Bend, Indiana, seeking all records of communications from Buttigieg’s office related to the program’s creation.“Mayor Buttigieg’s city administration in South Bend is in cover-up mode on his work for special ID cards to make it easier for illegal aliens to stay in the United States contrary to law,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said in a statement announcing the suit. “Judicial Watch made simple open records requests and have faced nothing but games from the Buttigieg administration—which is why we had to sue.”Both Buttigieg’s campaign and mayoral office denied any attempt to stymie the request, saying that the records in question don’t even exist.“It’s clear that this is an attempt to scare the undocumented community,” said Samayoa, calling the timing of the suit “ridiculous.”“After a domestic terrorist drove to El Paso to kill Latinos, this right-wing group is continuing the GOP's fearmongering that inspired this attack in El Paso,” Samayoa continued. “It’s an attempt to deter cities from standing up for immigrants.”The suit—and the program that prompted it—are part of the double-edged nature of Buttigieg’s status as the mayor of a city, rather than a member of Congress. Being a city executive means that you are the closest to meat-and-potatoes issues that resonate with voters, both for good and for bad.“They’re the closest to the people, and they’re not in Washington,” a political consultant who is currently working with one of Buttigieg’s rivals for the Democratic nomination, told The Daily Beast about mayors. “Washington, D.C., is not particularly popular with the American public right now. To be able to say, ‘I am not part of the problem, I am part of the solution’ is extremely advantageous.”Part of pitching those solutions, Buttigieg told reporters while touring the grounds of the Iowa State Fair on Tuesday, is emphasizing the lesson that all mayors learn: at the end of the day, we’re all neighbors, and that “it’s hard to hate from up close.”“Very rural, very conservative areas are much more open on immigration when they personally know immigrants," Buttigieg said. “People have been told immigration is the problem. I think it does change the way we look at things versus when it’s kind of all this fear of the unknown.”
Related Stories
Meet The Man Walking 400 Miles From Glasgow To London To Protest NHS PrivatisationMeet The Man Walking 400 Miles From Glasgow To London To Protest NHS Privatisation
Police make arrest in gruesome murder of Russian Instagram starPolice make arrest in gruesome murder of Russian Instagram star
Hispanic Journalism Group Boots Fox News Over Immigrant ‘Invasion’ RhetoricHispanic Journalism Group Boots Fox News Over Immigrant ‘Invasion’ Rhetoric
The Satanic Sex Cult Leader Who Loved Animal Sacrifices, Orgies, and MurderThe Satanic Sex Cult Leader Who Loved Animal Sacrifices, Orgies, and Murder
Husband of woman killed in mass shooting invites public to her funeral because he has no other familyHusband of woman killed in mass shooting invites public to her funeral because 'he has no other family'
APNewsBreak: Gun safety groups to host presidential forumAPNewsBreak: Gun safety groups to host presidential forum
El Paso shooting: Rampage at Texas shopping mall leaves 20 dead as suspect namedEl Paso shooting: Rampage at Texas shopping mall leaves 20 dead as suspect named
Mass Shooting at El Paso Walmart; Gunman ‘Started Shooting Everyone, Aisle by Aisle,’ Witness SaysMass Shooting at El Paso Walmart; Gunman ‘Started Shooting Everyone, Aisle by Aisle,’ Witness Says
Fox News Stars Go After Tomi Lahren for Sexist Jab at Kamala HarrisFox News Stars Go After Tomi Lahren for Sexist Jab at Kamala Harris
El Paso Shooting: Multiple Deaths Reported In Texas Walmart IncidentEl Paso Shooting: Multiple Deaths Reported In Texas Walmart Incident
Latest News
‘I’d ask my mum: why do you drink?’ Andie MacDowell on childhood and Hollywood‘I’d ask my mum: why do you drink?’ Andie MacDowell on childhood and Hollywood
Fly men to the moon: Ad Astra and the toxic masculinity of space filmsFly men to the moon: Ad Astra and the toxic masculinity of space films
From Funerals To Break-Ups – All The Times Brits Have Laughed InappropriatelyFrom Funerals To Break-Ups – All The Times Brits Have Laughed Inappropriately
Woman Swallows Engagement Ring In Sleep Thinking It Was All A DreamWoman Swallows Engagement Ring In Sleep Thinking It Was All A Dream
I Thought I Was ‘Driven.’ Actually, I Was Addicted To WorkI Thought I Was ‘Driven.’ Actually, I Was Addicted To Work
Ignoring, Not Engaging, Is The Only Way To Force Online Trolls Back Into Their CavesIgnoring, Not Engaging, Is The Only Way To Force Online Trolls Back Into Their Caves
Dannii Minogue Reveals How X Factor Experience Left Her Past Breaking PointDannii Minogue Reveals How X Factor Experience Left Her Past 'Breaking Point'
Oil Price Rise: What Is Going On In Saudi Arabia?Oil Price Rise: What Is Going On In Saudi Arabia?
Gareth Thomas Completes Mammoth Ironman Challenge A Day After Revealing HIV StatusGareth Thomas Completes Mammoth Ironman Challenge A Day After Revealing HIV Status
Rep. Kevin McCarthy predicts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will be the 2020 Democratic nomineeRep. Kevin McCarthy predicts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will be the 2020 Democratic nominee
Leaders
Donald-TrumpDonald Trump
45th President of the United States of America
Mike-PenceMike Pence
Vice President of the United States
Boris-JohnsonBoris Johnson
British Prime Minister
Angela-MerkelAngela Merkel
Chancellor of Germany
Emmanuel-MacronEmmanuel Macron
President of France
Justin-TrudeauJustin Trudeau
Prime Minister of Canada
Nancy-PelosiNancy Pelosi
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
Barack-ObamaBarack Obama
44th U.S. President
Theresa-MayTheresa May
Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
Vladimir-PutinVladimir Putin
Russian President
Shinzo-AbeShinzō Abe
Prime Minister of Japan
Related Stories
Meet The Man Walking 400 Miles From Glasgow To London To Protest NHS PrivatisationMeet The Man Walking 400 Miles From Glasgow To London To Protest NHS Privatisation
Police make arrest in gruesome murder of Russian Instagram starPolice make arrest in gruesome murder of Russian Instagram star
Hispanic Journalism Group Boots Fox News Over Immigrant ‘Invasion’ RhetoricHispanic Journalism Group Boots Fox News Over Immigrant ‘Invasion’ Rhetoric
The Satanic Sex Cult Leader Who Loved Animal Sacrifices, Orgies, and MurderThe Satanic Sex Cult Leader Who Loved Animal Sacrifices, Orgies, and Murder
Husband of woman killed in mass shooting invites public to her funeral because he has no other familyHusband of woman killed in mass shooting invites public to her funeral because 'he has no other family'
APNewsBreak: Gun safety groups to host presidential forumAPNewsBreak: Gun safety groups to host presidential forum
El Paso shooting: Rampage at Texas shopping mall leaves 20 dead as suspect namedEl Paso shooting: Rampage at Texas shopping mall leaves 20 dead as suspect named
Mass Shooting at El Paso Walmart; Gunman ‘Started Shooting Everyone, Aisle by Aisle,’ Witness SaysMass Shooting at El Paso Walmart; Gunman ‘Started Shooting Everyone, Aisle by Aisle,’ Witness Says
Fox News Stars Go After Tomi Lahren for Sexist Jab at Kamala HarrisFox News Stars Go After Tomi Lahren for Sexist Jab at Kamala Harris
El Paso Shooting: Multiple Deaths Reported In Texas Walmart IncidentEl Paso Shooting: Multiple Deaths Reported In Texas Walmart Incident
Latest News
‘I’d ask my mum: why do you drink?’ Andie MacDowell on childhood and Hollywood‘I’d ask my mum: why do you drink?’ Andie MacDowell on childhood and Hollywood
Fly men to the moon: Ad Astra and the toxic masculinity of space filmsFly men to the moon: Ad Astra and the toxic masculinity of space films
From Funerals To Break-Ups – All The Times Brits Have Laughed InappropriatelyFrom Funerals To Break-Ups – All The Times Brits Have Laughed Inappropriately
Woman Swallows Engagement Ring In Sleep Thinking It Was All A DreamWoman Swallows Engagement Ring In Sleep Thinking It Was All A Dream
I Thought I Was ‘Driven.’ Actually, I Was Addicted To WorkI Thought I Was ‘Driven.’ Actually, I Was Addicted To Work
Ignoring, Not Engaging, Is The Only Way To Force Online Trolls Back Into Their CavesIgnoring, Not Engaging, Is The Only Way To Force Online Trolls Back Into Their Caves
Dannii Minogue Reveals How X Factor Experience Left Her Past Breaking PointDannii Minogue Reveals How X Factor Experience Left Her Past 'Breaking Point'
Oil Price Rise: What Is Going On In Saudi Arabia?Oil Price Rise: What Is Going On In Saudi Arabia?
Gareth Thomas Completes Mammoth Ironman Challenge A Day After Revealing HIV StatusGareth Thomas Completes Mammoth Ironman Challenge A Day After Revealing HIV Status
Rep. Kevin McCarthy predicts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will be the 2020 Democratic nomineeRep. Kevin McCarthy predicts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will be the 2020 Democratic nominee
Leaders
Donald-TrumpDonald Trump
45th President of the United States of America
Mike-PenceMike Pence
Vice President of the United States
Boris-JohnsonBoris Johnson
British Prime Minister
Angela-MerkelAngela Merkel
Chancellor of Germany
Emmanuel-MacronEmmanuel Macron
President of France
Justin-TrudeauJustin Trudeau
Prime Minister of Canada
Nancy-PelosiNancy Pelosi
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
Barack-ObamaBarack Obama
44th U.S. President
Theresa-MayTheresa May
Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
Vladimir-PutinVladimir Putin
Russian President
Shinzo-AbeShinzō Abe
Prime Minister of Japan
At Least Six Police Officers Shot in Philadelphia
US homeland security chief: Racism is fueling some terrorism
Tens of thousands of women march in Brazil against Bolsonaro
Key Mexico Lawmaker Recommends Narrowing 2020 Primary Surplus
U.S. scientist to file whistleblower complaint after agency halts his climate work
Malawi court sentences three to death over albino killing
The Latest: Pakistan-controlled Kashmir leader dismisses LOC
Eurythmics Songbook review – sweet dreams of synthpop heaven
Plácido Domingo: US opera houses respond to 'concerning' allegations
Liverpool sink Chelsea to lift Super Cup thanks to Adrián shootout save
Talking Horses: Madhmoon ‘in great shape’ for Champion Stakes trial run | Tony Paley
Jeremy Corbyn Urges Tory Rebels To Back Him As PM To Stop No-Deal Brexit
Ex-Tory MP Sarah Wollaston Joins Liberal Democrats
China slams HK airport protesters, US 'deeply concerned'
Satellite photos: Chinese armored vehicles near Hong Kong
Florida Prosecutors Who Misled Epstein Victims Now Worried About His Accomplices’ Rights
Wife's body found after police kill estranged husband
‘St. Elmo’s Fire’ TV Series in the Works at NBC
Deep Water Episode 1: The 7 Burning Questions We Now Have
British Mother Natalie Crichlow Dies After Being Set Alight In Barbados, Family Say
'It's not right': 7-year-old boy shot to death in St. Louis
Inmate asks for electric chair death in Thursday execution
Alexa and Google enabled smart plugs that don’t need a hub are down to $6 each
England offer hint of Joe Denly’s inclusion in break from rain | Andy Bull
Eddie Hearn warns Andy Ruiz Jr to honour Saudi venue for Joshua fight
Bolton sale closer after injunction blocking progress is amended
A radio station is streaming the entire Woodstock festival, minute by minute, starting at 5:07 pm Thursday
Ohio gunman's family posts obituary for shooter praising him as 'funny' and 'articulate'
Joe Dirt's Dream Car: Rendered Charger Daytona Truck
Hong Kong protesters apologise after violence in airport
Woman Accuses NY Priest of Rape, Kicking Off Dozens of New Clergy Sex-Abuse Lawsuits
Family spares ex-Tehran mayor facing death over wife's murder
Mexican president says predecessor not under investigation in graft case
Trump says he delayed China tariffs as Christmas gift to US shoppers
Body of Nude Teen Found in Malaysian Jungle Thought to Be Missing 15-Year-Old Irish Girl
Trump doubles down on baseless conspiracy theory linking Bill Clinton to Jeffrey Epstein's death
Fox Host Compares Migrants to Nazis: ‘We’ve Been Invaded by a Horde’
Russians killed in missile test blast were working on 'new weapons'
Pet owners warned about toxic blue-green algae after four dogs die from swimming in contaminated water
Liverpool v Chelsea: Uefa Super Cup 2019 – live!
Simone Biles is redefining brilliance in a sport that shamefully failed her | Marina Hyde
Andrew Strauss has Hundred reasons for concern over English coaches
Ohio State University, home of Buckeyes, applies to trademark the word 'the'
The Rich Paul Rule is proof the NCAA knows its days are numbered | Etan Thomas
QPR urge Uefa to act strongly over racist abuse in under-18 game in Spain
Caster Semenya: I have high testosterone, so what? – video
LGBTQ Creators Sue YouTube Over Alleged Discrimination
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – Tarantino's last word? Discuss with spoilers
The Lion King review – resplendent but pointless
Game Of Thrones Bosses Pulled Fake Script Prank On Alfie Allen That Backfired
Citizens Advice Slammed For 'Horribly Racist' Guidance On BAME Communities
Thousands Of Chicken Shop Boxes Are Being Used In The Fight Against Knife Crime
A Level Results Day 2019: Your Ultimate Guide To Surviving The Next 24 Hours
Notre-Dame cathedral 'still at risk of collapse' after fire
Elizabeth Warren Suggests She’d Repeal Biden’s 1994 Crime Bill
Thai court acquits Red Shirts of terrorism for 2010 protests
Soccer star Sala exposed to harmful carbon monoxide in plane
Pakistan PM accuses India of planning military action in Kashmir
After Mississippi ICE raids, job fair draws hopeful workers
Henri Belolo obituary
ECB’s transgender review could result in more medical-driven policy
Wales close Principality roof to create ‘fortress’ atmosphere for England
Ashes 2019: England v Australia second Test, day one washed out – as it didn't happen
USA basketball coach Gregg Popovich praises 'patriotic' Colin Kaepernick
The Fiver | Ten manly men behind the ball
I have high testosterone, so what? says Caster Semenya – video
Henry Golding in Talks for ‘G.I. Joe’ Spinoff ‘Snake Eyes’
Transit review – brilliant existential thriller works like a dream | Peter Bradshaw's film of the week
'Drabness incarnate!' Are we finally suffering from Marvel fatigue?
New Zealand Officials Admit 'Mistake' After Mosque Terror Attack Suspect Is Allowed To Send Letter From Jail
Alleged Christchurch gunman sends letter from prison cell
Playing god: Japan temple puts faith in robot priest
Howard Kurtz: Irreparable breach - Why Trump called the Mooch a ‘neurotic wreck’
Deploying new U.S. missiles would be 'reckless act': North Korean media
Fresh flood alert in southern India as monsoon death toll hits 244
California counties sue over public benefit immigration rule
Emiliano Sala and crash pilot 'probably poisoned by fumes'
Hurry up and make an example of Bryson DeChambeau over slow play
Celtic’s Champions League exit a warning to Rangers, says Steven Gerrard
Sunderland forced to pay Vélez Sarsfield £335,000 in Ricky Álvarez settlement
Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding Meet-Cute (With Bird Poop) in ‘Last Christmas’ Trailer (Video)
JT LeRoy review – real-life literary hoax drama loses the plot
Nora Quoirin: French Police Launch Criminal Investigation Into Teenager's Death
Strictly's James Cracknell Says His Dancing Dreams Were Almost Dashed After Bike Accident
Where Are The Cast Of The O.C. Now? As Adam Brody And Rachel Bilson Reunite, Here's What They've All Been Up To
Emiliano Sala And Pilot Were Exposed To Harmful Levels Of Carbon Monoxide In Cockpit Of Crashed Plane
You Can Now Buy Red Wine Flavoured Gin – But Would You Want To?
Rachel Bilson And Adam Brody's Reunion Is Giving The O.C. Fans All The Feels
Johnson's Facebook PMQs show how politicians can bypass scrutiny
China denies US warship visits to Hong Kong: Navy
China slams HK airport protesters as 'terrorist-like'
The Latest: Epstein accuser sues his estate, ex-girlfriend
Brazil will let hunters shoot endangered jaguars, parrots and monkeys in rainforests under new law, warn conservation experts
Nursing home staffers accused of taunting dementia patient, outraged family sues
North Korea defector and her son found dead: Seoul police
Iran's Khamenei meets Yemen rebels after blow for Saudi coalition
Trump Appears to Swipe at Hannity for Defending CNN’s Chris Cuomo
A$AP Rocky found guilty of assault over Stockholm brawl
Diverse World Cup squad can change perception of rugby union in England | Ugo Monye
Former Leicester and Bath wing Steve Booth dies aged 42
Tottenham must prove no one is irreplaceable – not even Christian Eriksen
Team USA coach Gregg Popovich praises 'patriotic' Colin Kaepernick
Good Boys review – gleefully bad-taste tween comedy
You Can Now Get Red Wine Flavoured Gin – But Would You Want To?
Yet Another Reason To Hate The Rain – It's Ruining The Cauliflower Crop
Some Kids Can't Recognise Conkers, Stinging Nettles Or Puffins – They're Missing Out
Jeremy Corbyn Has 'Surrendered The Pitch' To Boris Johnson, Claim MPs And Activists
Cyber Flashing Arrests Rise But Still No Prosecutions, As Victims Wait For Law Review
Anger As Commuters Face Rail Fare Hikes Of More Than £100 A Year
‘The boys' club has been obliterated’: meet the women of colour shaking up comedy
Trump news - live: President jokes about serving third term, rambles ignorantly about wind power and defends baseless Epstein conspiracy theory
British-Iranian academic arrested by Tehran amid rising tensions
Trump official: Statue of Liberty poem is about Europeans
US says will deny citizenship to immigrants who use public benefits
UK PM expects EU to cave in to save Ireland from 'no-deal' Brexit: the Sun
Jeffrey Epstein death: Two guards 'fell asleep' then falsified records after inmate removed from paedophile financier's cell
US immigration chief under fire for twisting Statue of Liberty poem
Huawei’s long-awaited mobile OS elicits mixed reactions in China
Inside locked down Kashmir, a reporter finds fear and chaos
UN urges Europe to allow 500 migrants stranded on rescue boats to be allowed to come ashore
Epstein death: two prison guards put on leave, warden reassigned
The Joy of Six: football and the outside of the boot | Rob Smyth
Bayern Munich and the problem of letting Hoeness and Rummenigge go
Could an English club really play 94 competitive games in a single season? | The Knowledge
How wonderful to watch Simone Biles' defiant joy in our dark times | Candice Frederick
Mario Balotelli close to joining Brescia after turning down Flamengo
Family Of Drowned Somali Refugee Shukri Abdi Accuse Police Of Racism
If We Are Serious About Progress Gender Stereotypes Must Be Challenged Wherever They Appear
Eating This Bizarre Food Combo Every Day Could Help You Live Longer – Here's Why
Rachel Bilson And Adam Brody's Reunion Is Giving The OC Fans All The Feels
Naked Attraction Host Anna Richardson Defends Controversial Show From Complaints
Campaigner Marcus Ball Loses Bid To Take Case Against Boris Johnson To Supreme Court
We Must Fix Fares If We Are To Rebuild Public Trust In Our Trains
Sainsbury's Tu Sale Has 25% Off All Clothing – Here Are Our Top Picks
Philip Hammond 'Very Confident' MPs Will Block No-Deal Brexit
Two Australian Farmers Have Been Jailed For Smuggling Danish Pig Semen In Shampoo Bottles
Peppa Pig Face Painting Tutorial Is Genius – But Also Slightly Terrifying
China Refuses to Allow U.S. Warships to Make Port Calls in Hong Kong
Trump immigration official offers revised version of 'give me your poor' Statue of Liberty inscription
Wayne LaPierre Promised Job Security, Then Ousted an NRA Top Gun
GOP challenger Weld denounces Trump's 'pathetic' boasting in El Paso
Canada teen murder suspects died in apparent 'suicides by gunfire'
Verdict due in A$AP Rocky's assault trial
‘Absolute Amateur Hour’: Team Trump Mangles Messages to Iran
Saudi woman activist rejects release deal tied to denying torture: family
'Long and horrific gun battle' in California ends with one officer dead, 2 injured
Grunge veterans Redd Kross: 'Courtney Love blacklisted us!'
Ashes 2019: England v Australia second Test, day one start delayed – live!
The Rich Paul Rule is proof the NCAA knows its days are numbered
Lee Bullen points Sheffield Wednesday in right direction after Bruce dismay | Ben Fisher
I Love 'The Zara Dress' – But After Being Shamed, I Can't Wear It Any More
City Air Pollution 'As Bad For Your Lungs As A Daily Pack Of Cigarettes'
Quentin Tarantino Defends Once Upon A Time In Hollywood's Depiction Of Bruce Lee
Harry Styles Fans Devastated As He 'Turns Down' Prince Eric Role In Little Mermaid Remake
Nora Quoirin's Family Issue Emotional Statement After Her Body Is Found In Malaysia
This Kroser Backpack With 11 Pockets Is Truly My Mary Poppins Bag
CBS and Viacom agree billion-dollar merger to challenge Disney and Netflix
AFP won't rule out charging News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst after raid
Children’s lack of sleep ‘more harmful than social media use’
Facebook could tackle fake news but chooses not to, regulator says
China Likens Protesters to ‘Terrorists’ as Airport Curbs Access
San Jose mayor wants gun owners to get liability insurance
Chinese state media ups ante over Hong Kong 'mobsters'
Suspect in student death charged separately with child porn
The Promise and Pitfalls of Universal Background Checks
Football transfer rumours: Coutinho to PSG? Neymar back to Barça?
Trevor Noah neatly ties together Tucker Carlson's 'surprise vacation' and Chris Cuomo's 'Fredo' fight
Stephen Colbert is amused at Trump's childish love of trucks. Seth Meyers explains how Trump is hosing truckers
Last Christmas: first trailer for Emma Thompson romcom featuring the music of George Michael
Chris Williamson To Sue Labour Over Anti-Semitism Row
John Bercow Warns He Will Fight Boris Johnson 'With Every Breath' To Stop Parliament Suspension
Zara Polka-Dot Dress Becomes One Woman's 'Perfect Wedding Dress'
Birth Diaries: 'I Chose To Have An Active Birth – This Is What That Means'
This Kroser Backpack With 11 Pockets Is Truly My Mary Poppins' Bag
My Hysterectomy Was Meant To End My Pain. It Was For Nothing
Why ‘Friends With Benefits’ Is The Biggest Lie In Modern Dating
Write Like Meghan Markle With These 4 Tips From Calligraphy Experts
First ads banned for contravening UK gender stereotyping rules
Facebook admits contractors listened to users' recordings without their knowledge
Kremlin Spokesman: Russia Is Winning Arms Race with U.S
Climate deniers get more media play than scientists: study
Welcome to the Climate Fight, Republicans
Brazil's Bolsonaro warns of Argentina exodus after Macri defeat
Indigenous AFL trailblazer Graham 'Polly' Farmer dies aged 84
Abuse of NRL players on social media reaches tipping point | Matt Cleary
Indiana boy convinces mayor to put up 'turtle crossing' signs near ponds
1st look at the new Disney live-action 'Lady and The Tramp' movie
47 Meters Down: Uncaged review – shark horror sequel has teeth
Jeffrey Epstein: ‘Shrieking and yelling heard from cell’ on day of alleged sex trafficker’s death
Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell 'boasted of collecting compromising material on the rich and famous'
Hong Kong Airport Cleans Up as Trump Warns on Chinese Troops
AG William Barr to Jeffrey Epstein’s Possible Co-Conspirators: We’re Still Coming for You
Saudi-UAE 'rift' weakens fight against common Yemen foe
Trump adviser Bolton: U.S. would enthusiastically support a UK choice for no-deal Brexit
Canadian fugitives suspected in three murders died by suicide
Presidential suite: Taiwan invites visitors to stay in govt office
Paris urges Putin to reply to Ukraine 'offers' ahead of Macron talks
Argentine vote leader questions deal with European Union
NRA Wins First Round Over L.A. Law It Says Is About Shaming
Ocasio-Cortez Chides Barstool Sports for Anti-Union Tweets
Close