Bill Frelick of Human Rights Watch says what the U.S. is seeing is dwarfed by the massive flow of refugees into other countries, such as Italy.
The Super Bowl game was so lopsided last night, the only real competition was the battle of the ads.
The advertising competition is largely a matter of opinion. USA Today’s annual “Ad Meter” — a panel of 6,272 viewers who assign ratings to the commercials running during the big game — picked Budweiser’s puppy ad as the winner.
Media analyst John Carroll joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson to discuss which ads worked and why.
Budweiser, “Puppy Love”
Bud Light, “Ian Up For Whatever”
RadioShack, “The Phone Call”
Coca Cola, “America The Beautiful”
Chrysler (featuring Bob Dylan)
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
Soda Stream (featuring Scarlett Johansson)
Oikos, “”The Spill”