Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByRichard Fausset June 20, 2018 American Airlines asked the federal government on Wednesday to stop using its commercial planes for “transporting children who have been separated from their families due to the current immigration policy.” The announcement, which was posted on American’s website, is the latest fallout from the Trump administration’s decision to separate parents who have arrived at the southern border illegally from their children. Several flight attendants for American, the world’s largest airline, have posted testimony on public and private social media channels in recent days, describing how they have seen groups of unaccompanied Latino children on domestic flights, accompanied not by parents but by federal agents. It is difficult to discern whether the children seen were … [Read more...] about American Airlines Asks Government Not to Use Its Flights to Carry Immigrant Children
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Lydia Ramsey, provided by Published 5:00 am, Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Courtesy Quip Quip, a startup that makes electric toothbrushes, is acquiring dental plan startup Afora. The combination puts a company with a consumer oral health product and a startup that runs a dental plan under the same roof. The hope is to get more people thinking about preventive oral healthcare by increasing access to dental check-ups. It started with a sleek, venture-backed toothbrush, dubbed the "Tesla of Toothbrushes." Quip, a New York-based startup that makes subscription electric toothbrushes and is known for its ubiquitous subway ads, wanted to start with something people use twice daily. Business Channel Now Playing: Now Playing First-Class Passenger Booted From Flight After Sneaking Drinks to Friends in Coach Buzz 60 Uber Is Changing the Way It Handles Sexual Assault Fortune These 5 Unprofessional Work Habits Will Make Everyone Hate You Buzz 60 Inside First … [Read more...] about A startup that makes the ‘Tesla of toothbrushes’ just acquired a dental plan startup