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Uber President Quits After Allegedly Deciding Series Of Scandals Were Just Too Much

Jeff Jones, the former Target CMO who joined Uber less than a year ago as President of Silicon Valley's priciest 'decacorn', is leaving the company, according to Recode.  Jones is reportedly exiting as the company deals with a flurry of recent controversies, including allegations of sexual harassment and an embarrassing video that surfaced last month of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick berating an Uber driver.  Kalanick also recently announced a search for a COO to help him better steer the ship, though it's unclear whether the layering of the executive management team affected Jones' decision to leave.  Per Recode:

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Philly Cinco De Mayo Celebrations Canceled Over Trump Immigration Crackdown

Following the Trump administration's recent federal illegal immigration crackdowns, organizers have canceled El Carnaval de Puebla, a major Cinco De Mayo celebration in Philadelphia.

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Paris Airport Attacker's Last Words: "I Am Here To Die For Allah, There Will Be Deaths"

The man shot dead by French soldiers at Paris Orly airport on Saturday shouted he was there to "die for Allah" when as reported this morning, he tried to seize a soldier's assault rifle, apparently intending to open fire on passengers, a Paris prosecutor said. According to the Paris prosecutor, Francois Molins, who held a press conference in the French capital on Saturday evening the attack is being treated as a terrorist incident, and three people - the assailnt's father, brother and cousin - have been placed in custody.

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Mexicans Flood Into Canada As 2017 Border Detentions Surpass All Of 2016

A couple of days ago we noted that Mexican immigrants were suddenly flooding into Canada to avoid deportation from the U.S.  The increase in northern border crossings came, at least in part, courtesy of Canada's decision to lift visa requirements for Mexican 'tourists' as of December 1st.  Per the new rules, rather than a visa, under Trudeau's administration, Mexicans are now only required to have a so-called Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) which can be purchased online for CAD $7.

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