Thousands of younger demonstrators erupted with joy while a rival older crowd angrily clashed with riot police on Friday — epitomizing the generational splits over the country's sweeping political scandal.
They are irritated, however. “It was annoying to wake up in the morning and see that before he went to take his morning piss, he already had written a Twitter against Mexico,” says one state secretary of economic development and labor. “What’s the fixation?”
Last century, hundreds of thousands of garment jobs went overseas to lower-wage countries like Vietnam, Bangladesh and China where labor is far cheaper. But, thanks to technology, a new garment maker is bringing jobs back to an old textile town in Massachusetts.
It’s getting more complicated to send money to Somalia, and that's a big deal in places like Minnesota where some Somali Americans have been wiring cash home for decades. Somali immigrants say the move is cutting off a vital lifeline — and may actually harm the fight against terror.