Oil prices fall over doubts that non-OPEC producers will cut output. Clinton expresses regret for saying 'half' of Trump supporters are 'deplorabl... "Last night I was 'grossly generalistic,' and that's never a good idea. I regret saying 'half' -- that was wrong," Clinton said in a statement in which she also vowed to call out "bigotry" in Trump's campaign. The Democratic presidential nominee sparked an uproar late Friday when she described Trump's supporters at a fundraiser. "To just be grossly generalistic, you can put half of Trump supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables," Clinton said.
"Right? Racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it. " She added: "And unfortunately, there are people like that and he has lifted them up. He has given voice to their websites that used to only have 11,000 people, now have 11 million. Clinton then said some of these people were "irredeemable" and "not America. " She described the rest of his supporters as people who are looking for change in any form because of economic anxiety and urged her supporters to empathize with them. Clinton expresses regret.
YouTube y el negocio de los niños youtubers. Empieza como un juego de niños y se convierte en un lucrativo negocio con ingresos mensuales que pueden rondar de media de 2.000 a 4.000 euros en los canales con más visualizaciones y seguidores. Es el curioso fenómeno de los pequeños youtubers, que ha explotado en el último año en España –lo hizo antes en Estados Unidos–, con niños y niñas capaces de seducir con sus vídeos a un público también infantil.
La gran mayoría de filmaciones son caseras, con los pequeños abriendo juguetes, jugando en su habitación o contando sus peripecias, en el parque de atracciones o en la playa. Son sus padres quienes gestionan los ingresos generados con las visualizaciones y la publicidad en YouTube y gracias a marcas que les pagan o incentivan con regalos para que muestren sus productos. En YouTube están encantados porque atraen a un público muy joven que ya no consume los contenidos audiovisuales sentándose ante la televisión tradicional. Mikel y Leo son dos hermanos de Sant Adrià de Besòs. The curious case of the educated joining ISIS - Al Arabiya English. A new World Bank study described recruits into the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group as better educated than their average countryman, altering popular belief that poverty is the main reason behind joining these militants.
“Poverty is not a driver of radicalization into violent extremism,” the newly released study titled “Economic and Social Inclusion to Prevent Violent Extremism” said. The study’s data also shows that those offering to become suicide bombers ranked on average in the more educated group. Out of 331 recruits described in a leaked ISIS database, only 17 percent did not finish high school, while a quarter had university-level educations. Militants joining ISIS in Syria and Iraq-based forces had several more years of education in their home countries – whether in Europe, Africa or elsewhere in the Middle East – than the average citizen. Only those from Eastern Europe were below the average, and only marginally so, according to the study.
Not new phenomenon. Google busca universitarios mexicanos para prácticas profesionales remuneradas. Trabajar en Google es una de las mayores aspiraciones de muchos profesionales y estudiantes mexicanos, que encuentran en esta empresa la conjugación perfecta entre experiencia, prestigio y formación profesional. Recientemente Google lanzó una convocatoria para hacerlo posible y convoca a mexicanos que sean estudiantes universitarios próximos a egresar y quieran trabajar por un periodo de 6 meses, con probabilidades de integrarse al equipo permanentemente.
¿Buscas nuevas oportunidades de desarrollo profesional? Ingresa tu CV al Portal de empleo de Universia Más info Google lanzó un programa de prácticas profesionales para 12 estudiantes mexicanos que quieran trabajar en las oficinas ubicadas en Ciudad de México, del 17 de julio al 15 de diciembre de 2017. Si bien en su proyecto pensado como una pasantía, los elegidos serán considerados para integrarse al equipo de manera permanente, de acuerdo a su desempeño y las vacantes disponibles en la compañía. Trump quiso hacer negocios con Castro en 1998 y violó el embargo, según Newsweek. El candidato republicano a la Presidencia de EE.UU., Donald Trump, exploró negocios en Cuba en 1998 a través de una consultora para saltarse el embargo que prohibía inversiones en la isla, aseguró hoy la revista Newsweek. Según el artículo de Newsweek, que protagoniza la portada de la publicación, Trump Hotels se gastó al menos 68.000 dólares para explorar oportunidades de negocio con el régimen de Fidel Castro, utilizando una consultora y ocultando los motivos bajo justificaciones humanitarias.
En aquel momento, toda inversión en la isla sin la aprobación expresa del Gobierno estadounidense era ilegal. El ex postulante republicano a la Casa Blanca Marco Rubio se manifestó "profundamente preocupado" por el hecho de que Trump, violó el embargo estadounidense. Mirá también: Sindicalistas llaman a un boicot contra Trump El artículo se basa en documentos y declaraciones de antiguos ejecutivos de la desaparecida empresa que dirigía el magnate neoyorquino. Fuente: EFE. Day after debate, Clinton gloats and Trump fumes. UPDATE 2-Mexican peso closes at record low, inching toward 20/dollar. Uk.businessinsider. Chevrolet Disclaimer General Motors revealed on Tuesday the range of its Chevrolet Bolt EV, its first mass-market, affordable electric car. In the Bolt, you'll be able to drive 238 miles per charge.
That beats Tesla's Model 3 range of 215 miles. GM's car, which goes into production this year, will beat Tesla's Model 3 to market too. The Bolt will cost about $30,000, after a $7,500 federal tax credit, and will have a top speed of 91 mph. While that's impressive on its own, the vehicle has a number of other impressive features that make it appealing. We had a chance to test-drive the Bolt EV at the Consumer Electronic Show in January with Stuart Norris, one of the Bolt's designers.
There's a 10.2-inch touch-screen display infotainment center and an 8-inch display in the driver's console. Cadie Thompson/Business Insider The main display, which is customizable, serves as the control center for most functions inside the vehicle. The car also has wireless charging in the console. General Motors. Three suspected Isis operatives arrested at German refugee shelters | World news. Three Syrian men arrested at refugee shelters in Germany on Tuesday were suspected Islamic State members who appear to have been brought into the country by the same network that smuggled militants into France to carry out deadly attacks last November, German authorities have said.
The specialist GSG 9 anti-terrorism unit raided three addresses in the states of Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, where they seized phones, computer hard drives and files used by the alleged sleeper cell. There were no indications of any concrete plans for an attack. The suspects – identified as Syrian asylum seekers – had been under surveillance for several months following a tipoff received by Germany’s domestic intelligence unit, the BKA, a spokesman for the federal prosecutor in Karlsruhe said. Prosecutors said investigations so far suggested the men, aged between 17 and 26, had arrived in the country in mid-November 2015 on the orders of Isis, rather than having been recruited in Germany.
Apple's iOS 10 Update Produces Sporadic Reports of Problems. Some iPhone and iPad users reported problems trying to install Apple’s new iOS 10 software on Tuesday. The software, which requires a 1 GB download to install, adds new features like payments in messages and a redesigned, easier-to-use Apple Music app. But some users said that the upgrade froze or crashed their Apple devices or required that they connect to the iTunes app on their computers. There was no way initially to know how widespread the problems were. Hundreds of millions of Apple devices are eligible for the upgrade. Later on Tuesday, Apple said it had fixed the problem.
Rebecca Borison, a developer at software firm BlueMetal, said when she tried to update her iPhone 6S on Tuesday, the new software froze her screen at first. iPhone 7: Release date, price, images, specs and key features of Apple's new ... Apple has finally unveiled its long-awaited iPhone 7, and almost all of the rumours and leaks ahead of the launch have turned out to be true.
The new device is indeed waterproof, and the larger model comes with an impressive dual-lens camera capable of of all kinds of photographic wizardry. Controversially, Apple has removed the headphone socket from the bottom of the device, meaning you may have to rethink your headphone choices. Reuters/Beck Diefenbach Apple has also ditched the 16GB and 64GB models, and introduced a new 256GB model - which has the same amount of storage as Apple's top-of-the-range iPad Pro. Here's everything you need to know about Apple's new iPhone 7: Release date Apple unveiled the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus at an event in San Francisco on September 7. Customers in the UK will be able to pre-order the new phones from Friday, September 9, and the new devices will be available in shops from Friday, September 16. Price Design No more antenna lines A new home button Specs Loaded: 0% Camera. Hillary Clinton: Donald Trump ‘Did Choke’ in Meeting with Mexican President. Mexicans Mourn Death Of Pop Icon Juan Gabriel.
Mexicans mourn the death of 66-year-old pop icon Juan Gabriel. Crowds gathered at Garibaldi Plaza to pay tribute to the singer who sold more than 20 million albums and composed 1,500 songs. Mexico is in mourning. Juan Gabriel, the country's most prolific popular singer, songwriter of the past four decades, died yesterday. He was 66. Last night television broadcasts abandoned regular programming for tributes and specials, and radio stations are still playing continuously from the hundreds of heartbreaking ballads and love songs that he penned.
CARRIE KAHN, BYLINE: On word of Juan Gabriel's death, crowds gathered for hours in Mexico City's famed Garibaldi Plaza where mariachi bands line up to play for pesos. UNIDENTIFIED SINGER: (Singing in Spanish). KAHN: Applauding and singing in unison as a light rain fell, the crowd huddled around the huge statue of Juan Gabriel in full mariachi gear. PABLO PRADO: (Speaking Spanish). JAVIER ARACEN: (Speaking Spanish). ARACEN: (Speaking Spanish). Italia rescata 6.500 personas en el Mediterráneo en un día | Internacional Home. Las operaciones de salvamento tuvieron lugar frente a las costas de Libia y Túnez París, patio trasero de Calais Las barcazas cargadss de desesperados siguen llegando a las costas de Italia. En las últimas horas la Guardia Costera italiana, naves pertenecientes a los dispositivos europeos de control de las fronteras, Frontex, Médicos Sin Fronteras y la ONG española Proactiva Open Arms han rescatado a un total de 6.500 migrantes en 40 operaciones distintas en el Mediterráneo, frente a las costas de Libia y Túnez.
Se trata de una de las cifras más altas de personas rescatadas en un solo día. En los últimos cuatro días han sido salvadas de una muerte segura cerca de 10.000 personas que viajaban a bordo de diversas embarcaciones entre Libia e Italia. Según ha informado la Guardia Costera, unas 5.000 personas fueron rescatadas ayer mientras navegaban a la deriva cerca del Canal de Sicilia. Rio 2016: Support as China's Fu Yuanhui breaks period taboo. Image copyright Reuters Competing in the Olympics is stressful at the best of times - but imagine doing so while having your period. Fu Yuanhui, one of China's swimming stars, became an overnight social media sensation thanks to her frank post-race interviews and exaggerated expressions.
Now, she's become a talking point online again - for breaking a sporting taboo by talking about her period. China missed out on a medal in the women's 4x100m medley relay on Sunday, coming fourth. After the match, team-mates Lu Ying, Shi Jinglin and Zhu Menghui were interviewed by a reporter - but Fu was initially nowhere to be found. It turns out she was crouched behind a board, doubled over in pain. Image copyright AFP When the journalist asked her (in Chinese) if she was OK, Fu said: "I didn't swim well enough this time," and apologised to her team-mates. "It's because my period came yesterday, so I felt particularly tired - but this isn't a reason, I still didn't swim well enough. " Image copyright PA.