Mario Tama/Getty Images(SAN YSIDRO, Calif) — Federal officials at the Mexico border detained a 9-year-old U.S. citizen for 32 hours without her parents in order “to perform due diligence in confirming her identity and citizenship,” according to a statement released Friday by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.The girl’s mother told NBC San Diego that her daughter and son cross the San Ysidro checkpoint daily to attend school. With traffic backed up, a family friend driving the siblings allowed them to walk so they wouldn’t be late, the mother said.ABC News was unable to reach the family for comment.Both children carried passport cards, but only the teenage boy was allowed entry into the U.S. while the girl was taken into custody, according to CBP. The agency said the 9-year-old had provided “inconsistent information during her inspection.” She was taken into custody at 10:15 a.m. Monday and released to her mother on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.“It’s important that CBP officials positively confirm the identity of a child traveling without a parent or legal guardian,” the CBP stated.Border officials have come under intense scrutiny especially in San Diego, which has been used as a testing ground for the Trump administration’s “remain in Mexico” policy. First implemented at the San Ysidro port of entry, the new plan requires asylum applicants to return to Mexico while they wait for a court date.The policy is designed to address the recent influx of Central American asylum seekers at the southern border. It does not apply to Mexican citizens who are allowed to wait in the U.S. while they make their case.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by. Robert McGarveySurvey results make clear exactly how fast branches are becoming obsolete.Three in 10 Americans have not visited a bank or credit union branch in the past six months, according to a survey conducted for Bankrate.com.What is dazzling is that there are not significant generational differences, said Greg McBride, Bankrate’s chief financial analyst. continue reading »
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 NEW YORK – Japan’s Ai Sugiyama made another early exit from the U.S. Open on Thursday after going down in straight sets 6-4, 6-2 to American Amy Frazier in the second round of the women’s singles event.Sugiyama, ranked 19th in the world, has never progressed further than the third round of the singles competition at this tournament. She had no answer to Frazier’s powerful serve and pinpoint returns and admitted that she had been played off the court at Flushing Meadows. “There was absolutely no way I could stop Amy today. Her serves and returns were unbelievable and she played some magnificent shots. No matter how hard I tried I was never going to beat her today,” Sugiyama said.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Here’s what we learned during Kentucky’s 48-14 victory over Louisiana-Monroe at Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday:Early letdowns might be real: A week after Commonwealth Stadium came alive during UK’s signature win against South Carolina, this felt different. It was at noon instead of at night, it was Louisiana Monroe instead of South Carolina, and early on, UK didn’t have much pep in its step. Early in the second quarter, the Warhawks had a 14-3 lead and the ball in UK territory. But…Good teams don’t let letdowns linger: And it appears that the Wildcats are a good team. With 10 minutes left in the second quarter, ULM had its 11-point lead and was threatening to extend it. Six minutes later, UK had scored three touchdowns in a row to surge ahead and calm a crowd that was getting a bit restless. Then it was off to the races.Boom is back: After being suspended last week for his role in the on-campus pellet gun incident, freshman running back Boom Williams returned and, well, returned, taking the opening kickoff 75 yards. Then on the Wildcats’ second drive, he took a handoff and scampered for a 19-yard gain. And then in the third quarter, he burst through the middle for a 58-yard touchdown.UK’s offense isn’t the only group that can score: The Wildcats scored two touchdowns on interception returns in this game, the first by Josh Forrest and the second by Marcus McWilson. The Wildcats now have four defensive touchdowns this year, the first time they’ve reached that mark since 2008.The Wildcat is not perfect for the Wildcats: UK shredded South Carolina with its Wildcat formation last week, as Jojo Kemp took 16 direct snaps and finished the game with 131 yards and three touchdowns. Against ULM, Kemp gained five yards on his first direct snap. But in the second quarter he took a direct snap and tossed an interception, and later in the quarter a direct snap skidded past him and the play resulted in a five-yard loss.Third-down conversions don’t matter when you’re scoring on like every play that’s not a third down: I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a team score 48 points despite converting just one of 12 third-down attempts. But that’s what UK did in this game. Defensive touchdowns and long strikes will do that.Kentucky is one win from becoming eligible for a bowl: We didn’t necessarily learn this today, but it’s still pretty crazy. I thought UK would win four games this year, which would have doubled its total from last year. Now the Wildcats have six—six!—tries to win one game to become bowl eligible.Sometimes refs have hot mics: Twice in the first half, the head referee left his microphone on after he should have turned it off. I never understand how they don’t hear themselves talking over a public-address system when this happens, but somehow they often don’t. These instances didn’t result in anything particularly entertaining. Today I heard: “We’re going on the snap, guys. We’re going on the snap. OK?” And then, after a penalty: “Declined, declined, declined.” OK.Austin MacGinnis can miss from long range: Kentucky’s kicker entered this game with an interesting portfolio. He had missed four of his 10 field-goal attempts from inside 50 yards, but gone 2-for-2 from beyond 50. In the first half Saturday he was sent out for a 53-yard try, but the snap was high and the kick was short and the brief streak was snapped.Kentucky is better than LSU: Well, not necessarily. But the transitive property can be pretty fun in sports. And LSU defeated ULM by 31 points earlier this season, and UK defeated ULM by 34 points, so maybe that means UK will defeat LSU in Baton Rouge next weekend?Adam Himmelsbach can be reached at 502-582-4372 by email [email protected] and on Twitter @adamhimmelsbach
Submit Vbet sponsors AS Monaco as Ligue 1 kicks off new season August 24, 2020 Share FDJ’s ParionsSport launches sponsorship programme for French amateur football August 24, 2020 Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 French online gambling operator Betclic Everest Group (Betclic) is set to close its online poker room Everest Poker according to reports.Under the management of Mangas Gaming Group, Betclic had acquired the stand-alone poker room for $100 million from former Everest Poker owners Giga Media in 2009.At the time of its acquisition, Betclic governance wanted to enter the fast growth online poker market by creating a challenger brand to market leaders PokerStars and Full Tilt.Having acquired Everest Poker, Mangas Gaming spent millions marketing the brand internationally to poker players, with the poker room sponsoring the 2010 World Series of Poker.Nevertheless, Everest Poker’s lofty ambitions were quickly dampened as new gaming regulations entered its core markets, and its operations were heavily impacted by higher costs and lower player values.Terminating Everest Poker, BetClic Group governance are reported to be focusing on its flagship brand BetClic as the company prepares for the start of UEFA Euro 2016 in France.BetClic is set to begin the migration of Everest Poker players to BetClic poker on 31 May, the operator will migrate all account balances, VIP profiles and loyalty/reward points. StumbleUpon Share Related Articles