Handcuffing of 2 black men in Starbucks in Philadelphia sparks controversy

Starbuck's CEO Kevin Johnson released a statement apologizing to the two men on behalf of the company and saying he hopes to meet with them to "offer a face-to-face apology."
1:23 | 04/15/18

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Time now for index and a possible school attack thwarted. Officers on Long Island City discovered nine guns hike up high capacity magazines and a hand grenade at the home of a pizza delivery man. Suffolk County officials say the 32 year old suspect now in custody. Made threatening calls to a school for emotionally disturbed youth they say he attended that school sixteen years ago. And the massive egg recall affecting Wal-Mart. And food lion choppers along with others more than 200 million eggs with potential Salmonella contamination. Rose acre forms of Indiana distributing those aegs the company warning consumers in nine states to check for the tainted eggs sold under brand names like listen to this country daybreak. Crystal forms Coburn and sunshine farms and others so far 22 people reportedly getting sick. Next to the major raid in Los Angeles the LAPD seizing 700000. Dollars worth of fake make up 121 locations. Throughout the downtown fashion district. Policing the products had traces of bacteria and even human waste. Customers complaining of bumps and rash is when they use that make up. Now to the inferno down under hundreds of firefighters battling bush bucks bush fires excuse me just outside of Sydney. Helicopters trying to water bomb those flames. Some of those fires even jumping roads you see the destruction there residents wetting down their homes trying to save what they can so far no injuries reported.

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