Outraged students at Syracuse University have started the protest movement #NotAgainSU following a series of racist incidents targeting black, Asian and Jewish students. We go to the campus to speak to students and faculty members who are critical of the administration’s initial response to the crisis.
Originally published on CNN Facebook Watch show Go There on November 26, 2019
As the Trump administration slashes the refugee cap to a new low, many refugees face dwindling resources and struggle to survive in the United States, facing poverty, lack of education and untreated trauma. Meet two American families who are stepping up to help fill the gaps that government resources cannot fill by inviting refugees to live with them in their own homes.
Originally published on CNN Facebook Watch show Go There on November 20, 2019
In this weekend edition of The Point, Chris Cillizza and SE Cupp, host of “SE Cupp Unfiltered,” discuss how the ongoing impeachment inquiry will impact the Republican party, and which senators could vote in favor of removing President Trump from office. #CNN #News #Cillizza
Originally published on CNN YouTube show The Point with Chris Cillizza on November 16, 2019
“I was so sick. It’s the worst I’ve ever been.” Alexander, a 17-year-old high school junior, vaped every day for more than a year and almost died of a vaping-related illness. His lungs were filled with a white cotton-like substance, and doctors told him he narrowly avoided a coma. The number of vaping-related injuries has climbed to more than 2,000 cases in the US, concerning doctors who are trying to pinpoint the exact cause. Massachusetts responded by issuing a sweeping temporary ban of all vaping and e-cigarette products in the state, dealing a blow to those making a living by selling them.
Originally published on CNN Facebook Watch show Go There on November 13, 2019
Los Angeles sits on top of the largest urban oil field in the United States, where oil has been extracted for almost 150 years. Hundreds of wells are still active in the city, with many located just steps away from homes, schools, churches and hospitals. 18-year-old Nalleli Cobo grew up next to a drill site and experienced nosebleeds, heart palpitations and other medical issues, which she attributes to toxic air pollutants from hazardous chemicals used in the drilling process. Now she and other activists are working to shut down the wells and move them farther from residential areas.
Originally published on CNN Facebook Watch show Go There on November 11, 2019