By Nicole Chavez, CNNGabe Ramirez and Madeleine Stix, CNNJoel Angel Juárez for CNN Updated 0926 GMT (1726 HKT) November 17, 2019 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. JUST WATCHED He was shot and lost his dad in El Paso. See how he's healing Replay More Videos ... MUST WATCH He was shot and lost his dad in El Paso. See how he's healing 04:00 El Paso, Texas (CNN)Luis Calvillo was so eager to see his girls running and chasing soccer balls that when he came home after being hospitalized for months, he just took a shower and got in the car again. But at the soccer practice, the head coach of the El Paso Fusion Soccer Club was moving slowly and he limped. "It's very frustrating. I want to do things that I can't, that I need to ask for help, that I need to have somebody help me," Calvillo said. "It's hard, but I need to learn that I'm not alone (and) that people are there for me." The coach … [Read more...] about He was shot 5 times at the El Paso Walmart and spent 2 months at hospitals. This is his fight to get back his life
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TOKYO - The United States and South Korea have postponed joint air drills scheduled to take this month in an attempt to save a faltering dialogue process with North Korea, officials announced Sunday. North Korea said that cancellation of the exercises would be seen as a positive gesture by President Donald Trump to preserve the momentum of negotiations, but threatened "shocking punishment" if the United States went ahead with a "hostile provocation." Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper announced the postponement of the exercises at a news conference alongside his South Korean counterpart, Jeong Kyeong-doo, on the sidelines of a regional meeting in Bangkok, news agencies reported. "I don't see this as a concession. I see this as a good-faith effort ... to enable peace," Esper said. "I think creating some more space for our diplomats to strike an agreement on the denuclearization of the peninsula is very important." North Korea has long maintained that Trump promised to cancel the exercises … [Read more...] about U.S. and South Korea postpone military drills in bid to save North Korea dialogue
(CNN)The scenario played out in Kaitlin Holt's mind many times before a 16-year-old student shot himself after killing two classmates and wounding three others at Saugus High School in Southern California. That was the point of the school safety plan, lockdown drills and gunshot wound tutorials the 26-year-old choir teacher and other staff at the Santa Clarita school had become familiar with over time. "Because I had the training, my instincts were good," said Holt, a teacher since January. "If I hadn't had that training, I don't know that I would have walked myself through what I truly had done in that situation. It probably made a big difference." And not. Grace Anne Muehlberger, 15, and Dominic Blackwell, 14, died from their wounds. Three other teens were wounded. The gunman, identified as Nathaniel Berhow, died at the hospital after using the last bullet on himself on his 16th birthday Grace Anne Muehlberger, 15, died of gunshot wounds from the shooting at Saugus High … [Read more...] about Lockdowns, threat assessments and other preps could not prevent Saugus High School shooting
During the winter of 1989, Donald Trump went to war with Trader Vic’s. The New York outpost of the famous tiki bar chain was located in the legendary Plaza Hotel, which Trump owned at the time. In an attempt to close the establishment, he reportedly said it had “gotten tacky.” He continued by saying “Trader Vic’s does not fit in with the image of the hotel that I want to achieve.” This lead to an uproar with even former President Richard Nixon issuing a statement about how much the bar meant to him and his family. Ultimately, Trader Vic’s closed and ever since the city can’t seem to sustain a tiki bar scene despite the success of tropical-themed watering holes in other cities. Recently a number of new tiki bars have opened in New York, and on this episode of the podcast Life Behind Bars, hosts Noah Rothbaum and David Wondrich discuss whether they can succeed or whether tiki is indeed too tacky for the Big Apple. Life Behind Bars features … [Read more...] about Did Trump Curse New York’s Tiki Bars?
General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota and many others in the auto industry are siding with the Trump administration in a lawsuit over whether California has the right to set its own greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy standards.The three companies, plus a trade association called the Association of Global Automakers, said Monday they plan to intervene in a lawsuit filed by the Environmental Defense Fund against the administration, which is planning to roll back national pollution and gas mileage standards enacted under the Obama administration.In the past, most of the industry had taken the stance that it wanted one standard, and it preferred that California and the Trump administration work out differences to develop it. Negotiations haven’t gone anywhere, and in September, President Trump announced his administration would seek to revoke California’s congressionally granted authority to set standards that are stricter than those issued by federal regulators.The … [Read more...] about GM, Chrysler and Toyota side with Trump in emissions fight with California