They have one-way tickets, paid for by Washington

They have one-way tickets, paid for by Washington
Alexandria, Louisiana (CNN)The men shuffle in a line across a lonely tarmac, one by one. Some men walk in sneakers without laces. Some sport navy blue prison-issue shoes. One wears work boots, still stained with paint.This may be the last time they touch US soil. The Boeing 737 beside them is bound for Guatemala City. And these men, like all passengers on ICE Air, have one-way tickets.In the past year, the United States has deported nearly 100,000 people on

Britons tell of Las Vegas ‘mayhem’

Britons tell of Las Vegas ‘mayhem’
Prime Minister Theresa May called the attack "senseless and cowardly". Mr Thorne described his hotel as "like a ghost town" and that police would only tell them to "get back".He said he hoped that those he was missing could not answer their phones because they were among those being held in the basement of another hotel.Nathan Judah, a journalist from Wolverhampton, said the shooting had been a "scary and surreal" experience. "Hundreds of people were screaming. Everybody was on

How Adidas’s American Revival Turned Into Scandal

How Adidas’s American Revival Turned Into Scandal
It was in a Las Vegas hotel room where, prosecutors claim, the head of an elite youth basketball team from Florida and a coach from the University of Louisville planned their strategy to steer a young phenom to the Cardinals.They agreed it would take cash for the teenager and his family, payments they’d have to hide from the National Collegiate Athletic Association, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Tuesday. The youth coach said Adidas would help out, that the

Women in Saudi Arabia still can’t do these things

Women in Saudi Arabia still can’t do these things
(CNN)In a first for the conservative religious kingdom, Saudi Arabia has declared that women will finally be able to drive, the culmination of years of activism and appeals both from within and outside the Gulf nation.The 2016 Global Gender Gap Report by the World Economic Forum ranked the kingdom 141 out of 144 countries on gender parity. Trailing behind Saudi Arabia were Syria, Pakistan and Yemen. What women in Saudi Arabia can do:-- Vote in local elections. In 2015