On April 6, the official said, his mother alerted agents that he was sick. An ambulance took him to Providence Hospital in Horizon City that day, and officials transferred him the next day to Providence Children’s Hospital in El Paso.On April 8, federal officials formally released the family from Border Protection custody with a “notice to appear” in immigration court.CBP officials are required to notify Congress of a death in custody within 24 hours, and it was not immediately clear whether officials would do that when The Washington Post inquired about the death because the boy had been released from custody.Later, an official said they would notify lawmakers.After two Guatemalan children died in December, Homeland Security officials expanded care for children at the border. They have required health screenings of all children in custody and deployed scores of medics and equipment to the border to quickly triage new arrivals, some arriving in groups of 300 at a time.Hundreds of people have been taken to the hospital. Some have arrived with preexisting health concerns, including influenza and liver disease.Two weeks ago, U.S. border agents along the Rio Grande recovered the body of a 10-month-old boy after his family’s raft capsized while crossing the river near Eagle Pass.On April 30, a 16-year-old unaccompanied minor from the southeastern state of Chiquimula suffered a severe brain infection and died after several days in federal custody. He had been apprehended more than a week earlier and transferred to a Health and Human Services shelter. His was the first known death in HHS custody.In December, two young Guatemalan children died after being apprehended by CBP. Felipe Gomez Alonzo, 8, died of complications from influenza B infection, and Jakelin Caal, 7, died from a bacterial infection.Among the worst crowding is in the El Paso sector, where on March 27 agents held almost 3,500 migrants in custody, well above capacity, and some families were held under a bridge.Paniagua said the consulate has warned families in Guatemala that the trip is risky.“We have reiterated the message that trips to the United States, in the condition in which the Guatemalan families are undertaking them, is highly dangerous,” Paniagua said in a statement. “We’ve seen four cases in a row of children who have lost their lives in this way.”The Texas Tribune is a nonpartisan, nonprofit media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them – about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. By Maria Sacchetti And Robert MooreThe Washington Posttexastribune.org Related story: Photos capture near-drowning of migrants on US-Mexico border A 2½-year-old Guatemalan boy apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border died Tuesday night in El Paso after several weeks in the hospital, according to the Guatemalan Consulate and another person with direct knowledge of the case.The boy, who was not identified, arrived at the border with his mother days after Kevin McAleenan, now the acting homeland security secretary, held a news conference near a crowded holding facility in El Paso on March 27 to warn that a surge of Central Americans was pushing the system to the “breaking point.”The boy is the fourth migrant child to die since December after being apprehended at the southern border and taken to the hospital. All have been from Guatemala, a Central American nation experiencing severe drought and poverty, and where smugglers have been offering discounted trips to families traveling to the United States. Record numbers of families from Guatemala and other northern Central American countries are surrendering at the border and seeking asylum, with nearly 100,000 crossing in April, the highest monthly total in a decade. The White House has asked Congress for $4.5 billion in aid and increased enforcement, saying the influx is risking lives, while advocates for immigrants have raised concerns about health and safety conditions in cramped federal holding facilities.The Washington Post confirmed the death with two sources, including Guatemala’s Consul Tekandi Paniagua, who covers the El Paso area. Another source confirmed the death on the condition of anonymity.Paniagua said the boy, who had spent three days in federal custody, appeared to have developed a form of pneumonia, but the death remains under investigation. The El Paso medical examiner’s office and the hospital declined to comment.It is unclear when the boy fell ill. A Customs and Border Protection official familiar with the case, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the CBP apprehended the boy and his mother April 3 near the Paso Del Norte Bridge.
Andrew Garfield signs his Sardi’s portrait. Nathan Lane gives a toast to Andrew Garfield Angels in America co-stars Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane The great work is coming is here! Angels in America star Andrew Garfield has been honored by getting a Sardi’s portrait on May 31, 2018. The Tony nominee was joined by co-star Nathan Lane, who gave a lovely toast to the actor’s success, and producers Jordan Roth and Tim Levy to celebrate the moment. Check out the photos below to see the fun for yourself, and be sure to catch Garfield’s Tony-nominated performance as Prior Walter at the Neil Simon Theatre before Angels in America ends its limited engagement on July 15, 2018. Andrew Garfield and Sardi’s Max Klimavicius are all smiles Andrew Garfield’s Sardi’s portrait View Comments Andrew Garfield is supported by Angels in America producers Jordan Roth and Tim Levy
Related Shows My Fair Lady Laura Benanti Star Files Show Closed This production ended its run on July 7, 2019 View Comments Laura Benanti in “My Fair Lady”(Photo: Joan Marcus) This news is just loverly! Broadway Records has announced the upcoming release of Songs from My Fair Lady, an EP of four new tracks from Lincoln Center Theater’s celebrated revival of My Fair Lady featuring current star, Tony winner Laura Benanti, who replaced Tony-nominated original cast member Lauren Ambrose in October.The recording will capture Benanti’s acclaimed renditions of four of Lerner & Loewe’s signature songs from the musical, including “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly,” “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “Just You Wait” and “Show Me.” This recording, as well as the production’s 2018 original cast recording, was produced by David Lai and Ted Sperling.The special CD is now available for pre-order online; it will be available beginning on June 4 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater, where the production plays.
Lawyers at the Financial Services Authority ignored a finance lawyer’s written warnings over the alleged inappropriate sale of derivatives products to small and medium-sized businesses two years before accusations of widespread mis-selling amounting to billions were made public, a Gazette roundtable was told this week.Stuart Brothers, founder of SRB Legal, said that he wrote to the FSA’s leadership in March 2010, with clear evidence, including transcripts of phone calls, that demonstrated what he considered mis-selling. ‘I was staggered, quite frankly, by the lack of interest they showed,’ Brothers said.Read the Roundtable.
IQD Frequency Products has launched a new range of clock oscillators, IQXO-597, with ultra-high frequency range of between 1 GHz and 2.2 GHz.Housed in a 14.0 x 9.0 x 3.3mm, 6 pad, this surface mount package has an FR4 base with a non-hermetically sealed metal lid. The IQXO-597 is available in three different outputs; Sine, Differential Sine and LVPECL.With a tight frequency stability of ±20 ppm over the operating temperature range of -40 to 85 degree C, this gives a maximum frequency deviation from nominal of just ±70 ppm (including Frequency Tolerance @ 25°C, operating temperature range, supply voltage variation, load variation and 10 yrs ageing @ 25°C). The new clock oscillator is ideal for applications such as 100G/400G data communications, high speed ADC, DAC & SerDes as well as coherent optical modules.It is available in 3.3V with a maximum current draw of 70mA (Sine) or 120 mA (LVPECL) and a ultra-low RMS phase jitter of 15 fs over 12 kHz to 20 MHz (Sine @2.1930 GHz) or 46 fs over 10 kHz to 20 MHz (LVPECL @ 1.0960 GHz). Packaging options are Bulk or Tape and Reel.
World champion Lewis Hamilton won his 6th victory of the season, triumphing in the crash-filled Grand Prix of Tuscany at Mugello.The race was interrupted twice due to various incidents, and in the end the joy was again for the Briton, who with 90 triumphs in his career is now only one success away from the record of Michael Schumacher. Valteri Botas with the other Mercedes remained second, definitely not giving a big fight to Lewis, while Alex Alban with Red Bull reached his first podium in his career, finishing third.In the 0001000 race in history, Ferrari again disappointed, lacking speed and ultimately having to settle for 9th and 10th place.At the start, Lewis Hamilton slowed down and Valteri Botas slipped out in front of him. After that, the Briton was attacked by the pilots behind him, but managed to keep the second place. However, an incident occurred in which Max Verstappen ended up in the gravel after he also started badly and dropped in the middle of the standings, where he was hit and eventually dropped out.Monza winner Pierre Gasley was also sent to the wall after being sandwiched and the race ended. Carlos Sainz spun and that meant problems for Sebastian Vettel, who had to go through the box to change the front wing. Charles Leclerc came out third, with the drivers making several laps behind a safety car.Immediately after the restart, Botas remained in the lead, but in the back of his column there was an accident in which Antonio Giovinazzi collided with Kevin Magnussen, and then Carlos Sainz and Nicola Latifi also dropped out, which meant a red flag and suspension of the race. The reason for what happened was probably that the cars behind saw the green lights and accelerated, while Botas did so at the last possible moment and at the time of the accident had not yet fully accelerated.The break lasted about half an hour before the restart, as the leaders of Mercedes bet on new medium tires, while those behind them, except Russell and Raikkonen, were soft. This time Hamilton started better and managed to take the lead from the outside, despite suspicions that Botas may have been instructed to let him go, as he did not show any aggression.Leclerc remained third, while Alex Alban dropped to 7th position, ahead of Stroll, Perez and Ricardo, who, however, after a few rounds overcame the Mexican and came out 5th. Stroll pressed Leclerc, and Hamilton was about 1.5 seconds ahead of Botas in the lead.In the 18th lap, Stroll was expected to come out third, after Ferrari definitely did not have enough speed. Danny Ricardo also used this and took the fourth position, and soon Alex Alban overtook Leclerc, after previously dealing with Perez, who also passed the Scuderia driver. Charles went through the pits and came back last.In the forehead, Hamilton opened more than 5 seconds ahead of Botas, who asked his team to get a different mixture from Lewis when changing tires, which was really curious. The battle for third place, however, was extremely interesting.Valteri began to lose pace and logically entered for a change in the 32nd lap, getting a hard and came back third behind Stroll, who had not yet stopped. Hamilton responded immediately on the next lap with no problems and also got a hard drive. After Strol and Alban entered boxing, Danny Ricardo came out third.Leckler did a new box and put a medium after the hard tires, returning 11th. Mercedes informed their pilots to stay away from the curbs and guard the tires.This led to the 43rd lap, in which Lance Stroll burst a tire and flew off the track and crashed quite hard, leading to a new safe. Botas reacted immediately and put on medium tires until Hamilton was able to enter as he had passed the entrance to the box. However, Lewis changed his tires in the next round and remained the leader. The other pilots also went through the pit, but the race was stopped again as Stroll’s car caught fire and the marshals slowed down as they moved off the track.There was a new break of about twenty minutes, after which a new start with tires for everyone, in which Hamilton started strong and remained in first place, while Ricardo overtook Botas, but in the next round Valteri regained his place behind Lewis.Backwards, Alex Alban overtook Danny Ricardo for third place and deprived Renault of the podium, then chased Botas. However, there was no way to attack him. At the bottom, the 11th Russell pressed Sebastian Vettel, but failed to reach the first point of his career.Daniel Ricardo finished behind Alban in the excellent 4th place for Renault, followed by Sergio Perez with Racing Point, Lando Norris with McLaren, Danny Quiat with Alpha Tauri, Kimi Raikkonen with Alfa Romeo and the Ferrari drivers.Hamilton already has 190 points in the standings and continues to have a comfortable lead over Botas, who is 135. Max Verstappen is left with 110.