L.L. Bean boots making their style comeback, Mexican authorities find 112 migrants huddled in back of truck and US 'fake news' kingpin Paul Horner found dead at 38

L.L. Bean boots making their style comeback

Visit college or high school campuses and it’s quickly apparent that an American classic is back in style. Designed by Leon Leonwood Bean more than one hundred years ago, the iconic L.L. Bean…

Mexican authorities find 112 migrants huddled in back of truck

The truck, which officials said had ventilation and water for the passengers, was intercepted on a highway that connects the southern states of Chiapas and neighboring Tabasco and the driver was arrested. Every year, thousands of migrants, mostly Central…

US 'fake news' kingpin Paul Horner found dead at 38

A writer who became notorious for peddling “fake news” during the two thousand and sixteen United States election campaign has died at thirty-eight. Paul Horner was found dead in his bed in Laveen, AZ,…



L.L. Bean boots making their style comeback

Visit college or high school campuses and it’s quickly apparent that an American classic is back in style. Designed by Leon Leonwood Bean more than one hundred years ago, the iconic L.L. Bean boot is the must have footwear this holiday season.  “It seems to have gotten some fashion cache over the last several years,” said Donna Lamberth, L.L. Bean’s Director of Manufacturing. 

Mexican authorities find 112 migrants huddled in back of truck

The truck, which officials said had ventilation and water for the passengers, was intercepted on a highway that connects the southern states of Chiapas and neighboring Tabasco and the driver was arrested. Every year, thousands of migrants, mostly Central Americans, escaping from poverty and violence, make their way north through MX in hopes of reaching the US. The attorney general’s office said in a statement that twenty-three minors were among the immigrants from GT, SV, HN and EC, found in the back of the truck.

US 'fake news' kingpin Paul Horner found dead at 38

A writer who became notorious for peddling “fake news” during the two thousand and sixteen United States election campaign has died at thirty-eight. Paul Horner was found dead in his bed in Laveen, AZ, on eighteen September, after a suspected drug overdose, officials said. Horner, who published fraudulent articles on Facebook and websites he set up, claimed he was the reason Donald Trump was elected in November.


Visit college or high school campuses and it’s quickly…

“I think we’re introducing a whole new generation of customers to a product that really works and that’s made here in the US at a time when I think that has a lot of appeal,” Lamberth said.  While these old soles are gaining new fans, the boots are still made much like they were when the company was founded.  “They’re made by hand. One pair at a time,” explains Lamberth. 

A writer who became notorious for peddling “fake…

Fake news was a major concern during and after the United States presidential campaign. A surge of made-up stories has been accused by some of influencing the outcome of the vote. Among Horner’s creations was a false claim that former President Barack Obama was both gay and a radical Muslim.


“I think we’re introducing a whole new generation of…

In recent years the company has been making more of them, stepping up efforts to meet the growing demand.  “We used to only do like three hundred and fifty pair a week and now we’re doing two, a day,” said stitcher Linda Wallace from the company’s Brunswick factory floor. “Now we’re busy here year round and lots of times working overtime.” Lamberth believes the boot’s popularity will only grow in the years to come. 

Fake news was a major concern during and after the United…

Mr Trump’s son Eric, and campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, posted 1 of Horner’s fake news items about protesters being paid $three, to demonstrate against the Republican candidate.net, had names falsely suggesting legitimacy. However, Horner defended his work as “political satire”.


In recent years the company has been making more of them,…

“Ten years ago we produced about one hundred, boots. This year we’ll do just over six hundred, and into the future in two018 we’ll make as many as a million boots a year,” Lamberth said.  The company will soon open a new facility in Lewiston and plans to hire an additional one hundred workers in the New Year, bringing the total workforce to more than five hundred people.  Right now, the race to fill the Christmas rush is on.

Mr Trump’s son Eric, and campaign manager Corey Lewandowski,…

A Maricopa County sheriff’s office spokesman, Mark Casey, later confirmed the death and said an autopsy had shown no signs of foul play. He said Horner had a history of prescription drug abuse and that “evidence at the scene suggested this could be an accidental overdose”. After coming under pressure, sites such as Facebook have been working with United States investigators to track down the authors of misinformation on the internet and establish whether they aimed to sway voters.


L.L. Bean boots making their style comeback

“My daughter is thirteen and it’s the hot boot of the year. All the kids really want them,” said father Jake NSN while shopping at the company’s flagship store in FPO. “They’re practical. They look good and they’re made right here so she’s dying for a pair.”

US 'fake news' kingpin Paul Horner found dead at 38

“My sites were picked up by Trump supporters all the time. His followers don’t fact-check anything – they’ll post everything, believe anything.” But asked whether he targeted fake news at Hillary Clinton’s supporters to help her rival, he answered: “No. I hate Trump.”


L.L. Bean boots making their style comeback

Some popular sizes and colors are backordered but L.L. Bean’s best are working two4 hours a day, six days a week to churn out their coveted Made in the United Statesaudi Arabia boots. Molly Line joined Fox News Channel as a BOS-based correspondent in January two00six.

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  3. Rejection is great.It makes you more determined for the next onslaught..Always stay the course, cause the tracks only go one way. You eventually will see the light.
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