en-US Starbucks recalls Bodum coffee press after reports of lacerations Nine people have reported that the top knob on the press had broken and injured them. Thu, 02 2019 15:18:00 GMT Bitcoin Price Report: #039;The Bottom Is In#039; A new report from Delphi Digital indicates the bottom may be in on the bitcoin price for this cycle. Thu, 02 2019 14:55:00 GMT Joe Biden Should Retire the Phrase ‘Dignity of Work’ Joe Biden is fond of the phrase “dignity of work.” It isn’t just cliché — it also highlights how Biden’s own policies have linked human dignity to a rigid view of worth and productivity. Wed, 01 2019 21:21:53 GMT Hnin Ei Hlaing’s ‘Midwives’ Takes Top Prize at Hot Docs Forum TORONTO–Director Hnin Ei Hlaing’s “Midwives,” which tells the story of two midwives who work side-by-side in a makeshift clinic in Myanmar, has won Hot Docs’ First Look program’s first prize and CAN$30,000 ($22,000) cash, it was announced following the close of the Hot Docs Forum and Hot Docs Deal Maker events Wednesday afternoon. “Midwives” was […] Thu, 02 2019 11:44:20 GMT Exclusive: China blocks imports from two Canadian pork producers amid diplomatic spat China has suspended pork imports from two Canadian companies, according to an interview with Canada's agricultural minister and a Chinese customs document, marking the latest irritant in a widening diplomatic dispute. Thu, 02 2019 06:25:44 GMT Border Patrol Arrests 424 Migrants in Largest Bust on Record U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents arrested 424 migrants attempting to cross the southern border on Tuesday in the “largest” collective arrest in the agency#39;s history.CBP agents encountered and ultimately apprehended “a group of what seemed to be over 400 illegal aliens” early Tuesday morning near the border town of Sunland Park, N.M., according to an agency press release.Hours later, agents working at the Antelope Wells Port of Entry, roughly 160 miles west of Sunland Park, arrested a second group of 230 migrants, most of whom were members of families or unaccompanied minors from Central America.“This is an ongoing situation that U.S Border Patrol agents are facing in southern New Mexico: hundreds of parents and children being encountered by agents after having faced a dangerous journey in the hands of unscrupulous smugglers,” the press release read.> LARGEST GROUP APPREHENDED—BorderPatrol agents apprehended the largest group of 424 illegal aliens just after midnight this morning in Sunland Park, NM. A second group of 230 illegal aliens was also apprehended in Antelope Wells, NM this morning. More:> > -- CBP (@CBP) April 30, 2019CBP agents made more arrests in the month of March than in any month in the previous decade and the agency claims there is no sign that the flow of migrants will abate any time soon.In addition to the sheer volume of migration, CBP resources have been overwhelmed by the number of family units and unaccompanied minors seeking asylum in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials have been forced to release thousands of migrants into the care of private charities in Arizona and Texas since they cannot adequately house women and children awaiting asylum hearings. This dynamic has led many human traffickers to resort to using kidnapped children to aid unrelated adults seeking to be released into the U.S. after applying for asylum, according to CBP.“Criminal organizations continue to exploit innocent human lives in order to enhance their illicit activities without due regard to the risks of human life. In most cases these smugglers never cross the border themselves in order to avoid apprehension,” the press release read. Wed, 01 2019 16:37:36 GMT Grand Canyon National Park to Reopen North Rim on May 15 Grand Canyon National Park officials on May 15 will reopen the North Rim to visitors after its winter closure. Thu, 02 2019 04:06:18 GMT China has blocked two Canadian pork exporters, Canada agriculture minister says Canada#039;s agriculture minister said the Chinese government has suspended the export permits of two Canadian pork exporters, marking the latest irritant in a widening diplomatic dispute. Thu, 02 2019 00:27:00 GMT Sen. Meadows on AG Barr criticism: Dems want a #039;political consolation prize#039; Sen. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., dismissed the letter sent by Special Counsel Robert Mueller to Attorney General William Barr criticizing his four-page summary of the Russia investigation, saying that Democrats are looking for a “political consolation prize.” Wed, 01 2019 22:57:38 GMT QA: Joy Williams On Her Brilliant New Album, #039;Front Porch,#039; Civil Wars And Joni Mitchell In what is shaping up to be a great year for real, authentic music, Joy Williams' stunning new collection, 'Front Porch,' is up there with any album. A magnificent work on life, loss, longing and love, it is Williams at her best. I spoke to her about the new album and more. Wed, 01 2019 13:30:00 GMT