CNN 18 Feb 2020

Woman at center of airplane recline debate speaks out


Wendi Williams, the woman at the center of the airplane seat recline debate, speaks with CNN's Alisyn Camerota about the passenger behind her who repeatedly pushed her seat after she reclined it.

India's ruling BJP party, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, says protesters in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh are anti-national elements only the BJP can protect Indians from. And that's become the party's rallying cry for elections for a new local government in Delhi. For nearly two months now this street protest led by mostly Muslim women has come to represent the biggest opposition to the Indian government in years. At issue is a new citizenship law that makes religion a test for granting citizenship in Secular India. The law makes it easier for religious minorities from neighboring countries to get Indian citizenship, but it excludes Muslims. Protesters say the law threatens India's secular constitution and is discriminatory.
Bernie Sanders and a prominent Nevada union have faced a rift over Medicare for All as the Nevada caucuses approach. Joy Reid and her panel discuss how this typically important union's stamp of approval will not go to apparent frontrunner Sanders, as the Culinary Workers Union has decided against giving a 2020 endorsement.
Drone video provided by South Korean media showed customers waiting in line outside an E-mart store on Monday morning. E-mart began to sell 1.41 million face masks at half price in Daegu, according to local media reports.
The MSC Meraviglia arrived in Cozumel, Mexico, after being denied entry to two Caribbean ports due to fears, later disproved, that a crew member was infected with the coronavirus.

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