Trump marks D-day, Border Patrol searches & a homeless man gets a second chance: The Morning Rundown
As the world commemorates 75 years since the historic seaborne invasion, some fear for the future of the post-World War II order.
President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, Queen Elizabeth II and other world leaders participated in an event to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Portsmouth, England on Wednesday. Carlos Barria / Reuters
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Trump is in Portsmouth, England today with Queen Elizabeth II, British Prime Minister Theresa May, French President Emmanuel Macron and D-Day veterans to commemorate the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied France that helped turn the tide of World War II.
As the Trump administration ramps up immigration enforcement on the southern border, advocates have called attention to a quieter crackdown in the north: Border Patrol have increased searches of passengers on Greyhound buses and trains.
The effort by a Russian internet deception factory to manipulate American public opinion during the 2016 election was better planned and executed — and also more lucrative — than previously understood, according to a new analysis of nearly 10 million tweets by a leading cybersecurity firm.
Some trolls used fake accounts to make money, researchers found, with one perhaps generating $1 million.