‘People Actively Hate Us’: Inside the Border Patrol’s Morale Crisis

Overwhelmed by desperate migrants and criticized for mistreating the people in their care, many agents have grown defensive, insular and bitter.
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Joe Judge’s Giants staff gets first and last Eli Manning viewing
Joe Judge was there. And the new Giants head coach instructed all the assistants he has hired to make sure they were in the field house to hear and soak in the Eli Manning retirement event. Judge will never get to work with Manning, as Tom Coughlin, Ben McAdoo and Pat Shurmur did before him....
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85,000 Pieces in Beloved Chinatown Museum Likely Destroyed in Fire
The president of the Museum of Chinese in America said that she was “just distraught” and that the collection was one of a kind.
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Deputies detail grisly murder scene in Anthony Todt’s Florida home
Alleged family murderer Anthony Todt was found with the bodies of his wife and kids wrapped in blankets and left to decay in his bedroom, according to authorities’ grisly reports from the crime scene released Friday. The local sheriff deputies were immediately struck by a “strong foul odor” when they first stepped foot in Todt’s...
NASCAR champion Kyle Busch comfortable, ready for first Rolex 24 in Daytona
At Daytoa's Rolex 24 sports car race, Kyle Busch will have to deal with something he rarely experiences: getting passed ... a lot.
Report: Pompeo cut off interview after questions over Ukraine, Yovanovitch
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly conducted a roughly 10-minute interview with Pompeo on Friday morning that ended after she brought up the topic at the center of President Donald Trump's impeachment.
Bernie Sanders Really Shouldn’t Be Touting Joe Rogan’s Plan to Vote for Him
Rogan gives a platform to bigots. Sanders shouldn’t give another platform to him.
Porsche's Super Bowl LIV commercial is a crime
But there's a twist.
Luis Rojas is feel-good step Mets and MLB needed
Jeff Wilpon recalled meeting his new manager late in 2006, at the Mets’ old complex in the Dominican Republic, on a day when Dominican icon — and Met, at that time — Pedro Martinez blessed the up-and-comers with his presence. “Pedro would come by with his electric blue, Met blue car with electric orange seats,”...
A win for free speech and other commentary
From the right: A Win for Free Speech In 2019, writes John Hinderaker at Power Line, Michigan’s Democratic attorney general launched a “campaign of surveillance and potential criminal prosecution” against groups targeted by the “far-left” Southern Poverty Law Center — one of “America’s pre-eminent hate groups.” But the American Freedom Law Center, one of the...
Pro-life Democratic women wary of Trump at March for Life, disappointed in Dem leadership
Kristen Day, who leads Democrats for Life, has been put in what some might describe as a difficult position.
Ex-Met Wally Backman cleared at trial of harassing ex
Former New York Mets second baseman Wally Backman was cleared Friday on charges that he shoved his one-time girlfriend and took her phone to stop her from calling the cops, officials confirmed. The 60-year-old, 1986 World Series champion — who currently manages minor-league team the Long Island Ducks — was found not guilty at a...
NYPD officer and his fiancée charged with death of his 8-year-old son
NYPD officer Michael Valva and his fiancée have been arrested and charged with the second-degree murder of his 8-year-old son.
It's NHL All-Star Weekend! Here's how to watch
The NHL season is skating by quickly. It's already All-Star Weekend.
Gabrielle Union takes to Twitter after Terry Crews defends ‘America’s Got Talent’
Union appeared to call out Crews on social media after he said "America's Got Talent" is "the most diverse place" he's ever worked.
Taylor Swift won't perform at Grammys amid speculation
Taylor Swift is ending speculation she would perform at the Grammy Awards. It comes amid explosive accusations that the award nominations are rigged. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Trump impeachment: Half-empty spectator gallery puzzles senators
The Senate spectator gallery was at least half-empty throughout the first week of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial and senators serving as the jury in the marathon sessions are taking notice — some stunned that there aren’t more people watching history unfold, while others understand the public avoiding the repetitive proceedings. “I’m really surprised at...
‘Honey Boo Boo’ star Mama June admits ‘every day is a struggle’ in social media return: ‘I miss my kids’
Mama June Shannon is hopefully putting the pieces of her life together that need mending and opened up on social media Friday to share a message with the world.
Ultra-Thin Touchscreen Could Be Printed In Large Sheets, Rolled Into a Tube—and Costs Less Than Existing Tech
Researchers in Australia have announced the development of a new ultra-thin material that could be used make printable touchscreens at a fraction of the cost of current technology.
Steve Spagnuolo a difference-maker for Super Bowl-bound Chiefs
After the first time, Tyrann Mathieu knew he wasn’t being summoned for a pat on the back. Mathieu and defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo arrived in the offseason to fix the weakness holding back the Chiefs. They didn’t share in the team’s heartbreak of letting the Patriots score the walk-off touchdown on the first possession of...
China virus death toll rises to 41, more than 1,000 infected
China confirmed another 15 deaths in the province at the center of the deadly coronavirus outbreak that has now infected more than 1,000 people globally, highlighting the challenges for health authorities around the world working to prevent a global pandemic.
Meet the face of top-rated cable dramedy ‘68 Whiskey’
Cristina Rodlo hit the TV trifecta over the past year: starring roles in “Too Old to Die Young” (Amazon), “The Terror: Infamy” (AMC) and now on breakout hit “68 Whiskey,” Paramount Network’s “M*A*S*H”-type ensemble war dramedy that premiered to 2 million viewers. Rodlo, who grew up in Mexico (Terreon) and studied acting in New York...
Inside Trump's high-stakes impeachment defense effort
After months of anticipation, legal auditions on cable news and daily preparatory sessions inside West Wing conference rooms, President Donald Trump will get his proverbial day in court this weekend -- though he's not sure anyone will be watching.
NYPD cop Michael Valva allegedly taunted son Thomas Valva for being cold before died
The NYPD cop and his fiancée accused of killing his 8-year-old son taunted the boy for being cold after keeping him overnight in a freezing garage in their Suffolk County home, prosecutors alleged at his arraignment Friday. Mike Valva, 40, was caught on his extensive home-security system the day his son Thomas died sarcastically telling his...
In Groundbreaking Experiment, Astronauts Have Baked Cookies in Space. But What Do They Taste Like?
The cookies were the first food baked in space from raw ingredients
Watters: Dad who confronted Warren about student loan policy proved she's 'buying votes from debtors'
Jesse Watters said Friday that Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., proved she was "buying votes" after the Democratic presidential candidate was confronted by an Iowa father who challenged her plan to forgive college loan debtors.
Donald Trump Went to the March for Life, and the March for Life Became a Trump Rally
He's the first sitting president to attend the anti-abortion event.
Antonio Brown Facing Possible Life Sentence for Felony Burglary with Battery
While some wonder whether Antonio Brown will play football next year, the former New England Patriot currently has bigger problems, like facing life in prison.
Channing Tatum and Jessie J spotted horsing around after reconciliation reports
Purportedly, two girls asked for a photo with J while completely failing to recognize Tatum.
China Jails Student for Mocking Tweet Posted from Minnesota
According to an announcement by the Wuchang District People’s Court on Wednesday, a Chinese student named Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in prison in the summer of 2019 for posting “comments and inappropriate images insulting to the leader of this country.”
Jesse Watters on impeachment: Democrats 'went after political revenge and they're going to pay a price for it'
Jesse Watters reacted Friday to the fourth day of the Senate impeachment trial, criticizing Democrats, accusing them change "political revenge" and ignoring Americans fatigue with the issue.
Smokey Robinson, Alice Cooper celebrate new Shinola watch launch
The latest installment of Shinola's Great American series, which pays homage to Smokey Robinson, includes two timepieces, a journal, greeting cards and a turntable, all available starting Jan. 31.
Trump unveils Space Force logo
President Trump on Friday unveiled the logo for the newly created Space Force, the sixth branch of the armed forces.
Mexico Breaks Up a Migrant Caravan, Pleasing White House
The Mexican authorities used pepper spray on a caravan of 4,000 Central American migrants who tried to enter the country illegally, and dangled the possibility of jobs for those who registered.
A Ball State University professor called the police on a student after he refused to move seats
Working out. Moving into a new apartment. Eating lunch. These are just some of the activities for which police were called on black people in the last few years. And now there's one more, after this incident at Ball State University.
Broadway's 'Grand Horizons' Is a Sophisticated Comedy for Adults—for a Change
Second Stage Theater seems to be on a mission to rescue the form, first with Tracey Letts' "Linda Vista," and now with Bess Wohl's smart, funny and thoughtful Broadway debut, "Grand Horizons."
The Michigan Marching Band finds a future recruit in a 9-year-old
After attending his first University of Michigan football game, 9-year-old Henry Boyer knew what he wanted to do when he grows up.
Clayton Christensen, pioneer of 'disruptive innovation,' dies at 67
Clayton Christensen, the prominent management thinker whose ideas on technology had a big influence on some of today's largest companies, has died. He was 67.
Letters: Don't worry, Astros, readers haven't forgotten about you
Letters to the sports editor
Phoenix woman fights to keep frozen embryos
The new law says in the case of a divorce, frozen embryos will go to the spouse who intends to use them to have a baby.
At least 18 dead, hundreds hurt in Turkey quake
An earthquake rocked eastern Turkey on Friday, killing at least 18 people, injuring hundreds and leaving some 30 trapped in the wreckage of toppled buildings, Turkish officials said. (Jan. 24)
Coroner identifies 4 people killed in Corona plane crash
The Riverside County coroner's office has released the names, ages and cities of the four people, aged 61-85, who died Wednesday in a Corona plane crash.
Fox News Digital had best year ever in 2019, topping CNN in key categories
Fox News has long dominated the television cable news ratings, but 2019 was also a banner year for Fox News Digital, which had its best year ever and set new highs across a variety of categories.
Who Is Drinking Milk in the Senate?
Who dares dairy?
Day 4: Impeachment trial scenes you can't see on TV
Views of the Senate chamber are still limited by restrictive TV camera rules.
Cleanup of orphaned oil wells could cost California $500 million, new report says
There are 5,500 orphaned wells statewide, most of them in L.A. and Long Beach. Thousands more are unproductive and could add to the state's liability.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, January 24, 2020
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
Sundance 2020: See our best photos of the festival's brightest stars
Scroll through to see moments from the Los Angeles Times Photo Studio at the Sundance Film Festival
Donald Trump Unveils New Space Force Emblem, Twitter Points out Similarities to 'Star Trek' Starfleet Logo
President Donald Trump showed off the new logo for the United States Space Force on Twitter Friday, but users compared it to one they had already seen in the 'Star Trek' franchise.