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states discussing lawsuit over trump immigration order


a group of state attorneys general are discussing whether to file their own court challenge against president donald trump’s order to restrict people from seven muslim-majority countries entering the united states, officials in three states told reuters.democrat attorneys general are expected to be a source of fierce resistance to trump, much as republican ags opposed former president barack obama. a lawsuit brought by states would heighten the legal stakes surrounding the president’s executive order, signed late on friday, as courtroom challenges to the ban have so far mostly been filed by individuals.officials in the offices of attorneys general in pennsylvania, washington and hawaii said on urday they were evaluating what specific claims could be filed, and in which court.“we do believe






political road map: some believe there's bias baked into the official descriptio


of the many tasks facing atty. gen. xavier becerra in his new job, it was an unheralded duty that republican legislators wanted to pin him down on during recent confirmation hearings in sacramento: the vetting of ballot initiatives.the attorney general is tasked under california law to write a brief title and summary of each measure that will end up on the state ballot.“what will you do to ensure that you’re being descriptive and objective, and following the election code, when you write those ballot titles and summaries?” asked emblyman jordan cunningham (r-templeton).to understand the question requires knowing a bit of california political history. attorneys general have long had the duty to collect and then prepare proposed initiatives before the measure’s backers can begin collecting v






attorneys general from 15 us states, dc denounce donald trump’s anti-immigration


democratic attorneys general across the united states on sunday condemned president donald trump’s order to restrict people from seven muslim-majority countries from entering the country and are discussing whether to challenge the administration in court.democratic attorneys general are expected to be a source of fierce resistance to trump, much like republican attorneys general opposed former president barack obama’s policies. a lawsuit brought by states would heighten the legal stakes surrounding the president’s executive order, signed late on friday, since courtroom challenges have so far mostly been filed by individuals.trump put a 120-day hold on friday on allowing refugees into the country, an indefinite ban on refugees from syria and a 90-day bar on citizens from iran, iraq, libya,






attorney: man charged in dc actress’ death is innocent


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family of teen who died after wisdom teeth procedure sues edina dentist


the “negligent and dangerous” actions of an edina oral surgeon during a routine wisdom teeth extraction led to the death of an eden prairie teen, the ’s family is alleging in a lawsuit filed this week in hennepin county district court.the medical malpractice and wrongful death suit against dr. paul tompach, who continues to see patients under state licensing board restrictions, alleges that several missteps caused the death of sydney galleger in june 2015. the lawsuit’s allegations about what tompach did wrong early in the procedure mirror much of what the state board of dentistry investigation determined before it put him under indefinite restrictions starting in march 2016.those missteps range from incorrectly administering general anesthesia to failing to provide proper monitoring durin






texas child support calculator


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expect renewed push for encryption backdoors from trump administration


image: istockp o it seems likely that the trump administration will push for policies forcing tech companies to create cryptog hic backdoors in the name of helping law enforcement, a highly controversial notion that was at the center of apple's fight last year with the fbi over an alleged terrorist's iphone.security 101 tips for protecting your privacy from ers and spies take these simple steps to help protect yourself against ers and government surveillance. apple resisted the fbi's demand it provide access to the locked phone in a case that grabbed headlines for months. (ultimately, a third party company helped the fbi gain access to the phone.) fbi director james comey, a strong proponent of backdoors, is expected to remain in the position. trump's nominee for attorney general, sen. j






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


isting refugeesnancy stone / chicago tribunekimberly r en, from left, an attorney and social worker, laura booth and megan staub, both attorneys for latham & watkins llp., wait for arriving p engers as part of the international refugee istance project consisting of attorneys from different law firms isting anyone having problems with immigration at o'hare international airport on jan. 29, 2017.kimberly r en, from left, an attorney and social worker, laura booth and megan staub, both attorneys for latham & watkins llp., wait for arriving p engers as part of the international refugee istance project consisting of attorneys from different law firms isting anyone having problems with immigration at o'hare international airport on jan. 29, 2017. (nancy stone / chicago tribune)see more






california student was forced to urinate in a bucket during cl . she sued


by lindsey bever, (c) 2017, the washington posta southern california cl room was filled with high school freshmen when one of them realized that she needed to run to the restroom.patrick henry high school in san diego, however, had a policy at the time stipulating that students were not permitted to take bathroom breaks during cl – and the teacher took a strict interpretation of it.the teacher, gonja wolf, forbid the 14-year-old from leaving the cl room that wednesday in february 2012. instead, she let the pee in a bucket, then empty it in a cl room sink, according to a lawsuit.the gossip reportedly spread through the school, then hit the news media, leading to the ’s anxiety, depression and an attempted suicide.now five years later, the san diego unified school district was ordered wednes






california governor to get further prostate cancer treatment


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);sacramento, calif. (ap) — california gov. jerry brown will undergo further radiation treatment for prostate cancer first treated in 2012, his office announced urday.brown’s oncologist, dr. eric small of uc san francisco, said the cancer is not extensive and can be treated with “a short course of radiothe y.”“the prognosis for gov. brown is excellent,” small added in a brief statement released by brown’s office. he said 78-year-old governor is not expected to experience any significant side effects.brown will continue his full work schedule through treatment, which is planned to occur between late february and early march.the three-term governor was first treated for early stage prostate cancer in january 2012 and stayed on the job throughout h






protests over immigration ban hit jfk & more u.s. airports


president donald trump’s executive order banning refugees from entering the u.s. has led to protests at airports around the country. thousands of demonstrators swarmed john f. kennedy international airport, dulles international airport, and chicago o’hare urday (jan. 28) in opposition to trump’s latest controversial move.read: miami-dade mayor revokes “sanctuary city” status after donald trump’s executive ordersome 13,000 people are reportedly protesting at jfk, where a dozen refugees were detained. hameed khalid darweesh, 53-year-old iraqi man who worked as a u.s. army translator, was among the detainees. darweesh was eventually released, after being held for four hours.approximately 18 people were detained at o’hare airport, including an iranian-born green card holder along with his wife






democratic attorneys general from 15 states condemn trump immigration order


more than a dozen democratic attorneys general from states across the country have condemned the trump administration’s executive order suspending acceptance of refugees and have vowed to oppose it "to ensure that as few people as possible suffer from the chaotic situation that it has created.” in a communique sunday, the group said: “as the chief legal officers for over 130 million americans and foreign residents of our states, we condemn president trump's unconstitutional, un-american and unlawful executive order and will work together to ensure the federal government obeys the constitution, respects our history as a nation of immigrants, and does not unlawfully target anyone because of their national origin or faith.” the executive order places an indefinite ban on refugees from syri






li man s in shoulder by police faces additional charges


a man who was arrested and s by police earlier this month after fleeing a traffic stop and reportedly dragging an officer in pursuit was arraigned friday on additional ault and drunken driving charges in suffolk county.the holtsville resident was s in the shoulder by a yet unidentified suffolk police officer in medford, after the stop in patchogue led to a pursuit of about 3 1⁄2 miles. his blood-alcohol level was later found to be nearly three times above .08, the legal blood-alcohol limit while driving, according to prosecutors.most popularmichael shear, dressed in a short sleeve green jumpsuit, his left arm in a sling, listened quietly as the charges for second-degree ault, aggravated driving while intoxicated and driving while intoxicated were brought at the riverhead court complex by t






opposing legislation, as written, to create a state public accountability board


heath haussamen / nmpolitics.neta statue outside the roundhouse in santa fe.editor’s note: laura paskus, president of the board of directors of the society of professional journalists rio grande chapter, spoke on behalf of the board thursday morning in opposition to legislation, as it’s currently written, to create a state public accountability board. the legislation is sponsored by sen. daniel ivey-soto, d-albuquerque, and rep. damon ely, d-corrales. afterward, members of the house state government, indian and veterans affairs committee a nced the bill on a vote of 6-3. here’s paskus’ statement to the committee:commentary: the rio grande chapter of the society of professional journalists always appreciates when legislators take an interest in issues related to transparency and public acco






california governor to get further prostate cancer treatment


sacramento, calif. (ap) — california gov. jerry brown will undergo further radiation treatment for prostate cancer first treated in 2012, his office announced urday.brown’s oncologist, dr. eric small of the university of california, san francisco, said the cancer is not extensive and can be treated with “a short course of radiothe y.”“the prognosis for governor brown is excellent,” small added in a brief statement released by brown’s office. he said 78-year-old governor is not expected to experience any significant side effects.brown will continue his full work schedule through treatment, which is planned to occur between late february and early march.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the three-term governor was first treated for early stage prostate cancer in janua






49ers next gm still tbd after urday interviews


at some point, the wayward 49ers will hire a general manager to not only form a power couple with their next coach but also address a cavernous roster in need of playmakers. urday marked a key step in that direction. george paton and terry mcdonough had follow-up interviews for the general manager opening, doing so in atlanta alongside the franchise’s projected coach, kyle shanahan.although either gm finalist can be hired any time, shanahan officially can’t sign on until his duties as the falcons offensive coordinator are completed after the super bowl on feb. 5.sunday’s pro bowl illustrates the 49ers roster’s sad state: the franchise won’t be represented by any player in the all-star game for the first time since 2005. in contrast, the 2012 49ers had 10 earn pro bowl honors, although they






person s , seriously wounded in aurora – the denver post


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






person s , seriously wounded in aurora – the denver post


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






colorado’s untenable child exploitation challenges


as child exploitation continues to grow, tools available to colorado’s criminal justice system to protect our children have been curtailed. that is the take-away from a string of recent events.over the past few weeks, an investigative unit targeting child predators has been shuttered, a police officer dedicated to fighting child prostitution found himself at the center of lawsuit due to his participation in a documentary, and a state senator linked to a sen ionalist blog that claimed california had legalized child prostitution — while proponents say the law in question is meant to combat that very issue by providing resources to prosecute anyone who forces children into slavery. when it comes to child exploitation, colorado faces untenable challenge that demands correction.when the jeffers






two boys, 2 and 6, found in vehicle outside colorado springs bar, parents cited


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






family of eden prairie teen who died after wisdom teeth procedure sues edina den


the “negligent and dangerous” actions of an edina oral surgeon killed an eden prairie teenager as she was undergoing routine wisdom teeth extraction, the ’s family is alleging in a lawsuit filed this week in hennepin county district court.the medical malpractice/wrongful death suit against dr. paul tompach, who continues to see patients under state licensing board restrictions, alleges that several of his missteps caused the death of sydney galleger in june 2015, shortly before the healthy student-athlete was to make college visits ahead of her senior year.the lawsuit’s allegations about what tompach did wrong early into the procedure mirror much of what the state board of dentistry investigation determined before it put him under indefinite restrictions starting in march 2016.those misste






north county woman sentenced to prison for 2007 wildfire fraud scheme


the tumlinsons were among the hundreds of victims who lost property in the witch creek fire that swept through san diego county’s backcountry in october 2007. in their case, it was a large outbuilding adjacent to their ramona home, prosecutors said.if the couple had only taken the appropriate steps to recover damages, they wouldn’t have been in san diego federal court friday morning, istant u.s. attorney christopher tenorio said.but deborah tumlinson had decided to go another route. she lied about receiving a large settlement stemming from the fire damage so she could obtain a more than $700,000 loan to buy a new house, then failed to pay on the loan.she pleaded guilty in may to aiding and abetting in a wire fraud scheme.u.s. district judge janis sammartino on friday sentenced tumlinson to






worshippers mourn, denounce trump’s immigration ban


christians who gathered for worship on sunday push back against an executive order excluding all refugees and immigrants from some mostly muslim countrieswith song, prayer and tears, some christians pushed back sunday against president trump’s executive order on immigration, declaring it does not represent who they are or their faith. “i am sad and shocked,” said deacon pierce murphy of christ our hope catholic church in downtown seattle, after a sunday m in which he preached the beatitudes from the bible, and its teachings of love, peacemaking and mercy. “we are to bring hope to the poor, mercy to those who need it and to be peacemakers,” murphy said. “we are called to seek out those who are least, without a country, a home, we are to show god’s mercy, no matter what.”most read storiesunl






a look at the reported top contenders for the supreme court


a look at neil gorsuch, thomas hardiman and william pryor, the federal appeals court judges who are seen as the leading candidates to be president donald trump's nominee for the supreme court. each was appointed to the appellate bench by president george w. bush, appeared on trump's list of 21 possible choices that he made public during the paign and has met with trump to discuss the vacancy that arose when justice antonin scalia died nearly a year ago. trump plans to announce the nominee on thursday.___gorsuchgorsuch, 49, serves on the 10th u.s. circuit court of appeals in denver, where he has made a name for himself as a facile writer. gorsuch is a graduate of columbia university and harvard law school, and served as a law clerk to justices anthony kennedy and fellow coloradan byron whit






ni secretary james brokenshire: troubles inquiry 'not working'


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption police are re-investigating all deaths during the troubles the northern ireland secretary of state has said inquiries into killings during the troubles are "disproportionately" focused on the police and the army. writing in the sunday teleg h james brokenshire said it was "clear" that investigations into more than 3,500 deaths were "not working".police are re-investigating all deaths from the troubles.a number of ex-soldiers are facing prosecution over killings carried out during the 30-year conflict.mr brokenshire, who took the post last july, said: "it is also clear the current focus is disproportionately on those who worked for the state - former members of the armed forces and the ruc."he said the "vast majority" of police and the armed forces s






ni secretary james brokenshire: troubles inquiry 'not working'


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption police are re-investigating all deaths during the troubles the northern ireland secretary of state has said inquiries into killings during the troubles are "disproportionately" focused on the police and the army. writing in the sunday teleg h james brokenshire said it was "clear" that investigations into more than 3,500 deaths were "not working".police are re-investigating all deaths from the troubles.a number of ex-soldiers are facing prosecution over killings carried out during the 30-year conflict.mr brokenshire, who took the post last july, said: "it is also clear the current focus is disproportionately on those who worked for the state - former members of the armed forces and the ruc."he said the "vast majority" of police and the armed forces s






a look at the reported top contenders for the supreme court – the denver post


by the ociated pressa look at neil gorsuch, thomas hardiman and william pryor, the federal appeals court judges who are seen as the leading candidates to be president donald trump’s nominee for the supreme court. each was appointed to the appellate bench by president george w. bush, appeared on trump’s list of 21 possible choices that he made public during the paign and has met with trump to discuss the vacancy that arose when justice antonin scalia died nearly a year ago. trump plans to announce the nominee on thursday.___gorsuchgorsuch, 49, serves on the 10th u.s. circuit court of appeals in denver, where he has made a name for himself as a facile writer. gorsuch is a graduate of columbia university and harvard law school, and served as a law clerk to justices anthony kennedy and fellow






essential politics: california politicians speak out against trump's actions on


supporters of the  paign for california to secede from the united states can now begin collecting the hundreds of thousands of signatures they need to get a proposed "calexit" initiative on the ballot. california secretary of state alex padilla cleared the proposed initiative to begin collecting signatures on thursday. if the measure gets on the ballot and gains approval by a majority of voters, it would repeal clauses in the california constitution stating that the state is an "inseparable part of the united states" and that the u.s. constitution is the "supreme law of the land," according to the title and summary prepared by the state attorney general's office. the measure would place another question on the ballot in 2019, asking whether california should become a separate country.






south carolina tech worker visiting iran can't return to us


raleigh, n.c. — a woman who left her south carolina home to visit her family in iran now worries if she will ever be allowed back.nazanin zinouri said in a phone interview sunday with the ociated press that she left jan. 20 for tehran.the 29-year-old zinouri, who has a doctorate from clemson university, is among those caught up in the chaos surrounding an executive order issued by president donald trump that temporarily bans the entry of citizens from seven countries, including iran. she has a visa and works for a technology company in clemson.zinouri got as far as dubai but was denied boarding on a flight to washington, d.c.her employer hopes to hire an attorney to help her.






under cover of #muslimban, bannon throws top general and spy off the national se


while the american public's attention was focused on the thousands of families whose lives were disrupted and even put at risk by trump's ban on muslims entering the usa, the us director of national intelligence and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff were removed from the list of permanent attendees in the president's national security council. they were replaced with white nationalist trump advisor steve bannon. trump announced the changes shortly after speaking with putin for an hour. presidential press spokesman sean spicer downplayed bannon's lack of expertise, describing the avowed racist as "a former naval officer." bannon left the navy in 1983. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, whom bannon is replacing, is an active-service four-star general. counseling trump in t






under cover of #muslimban, bannon throws top general and spy off the national se


while the american public's attention was focused on the thousands of families whose lives were disrupted and even put at risk by trump's ban on muslims entering the usa, the us director of national intelligence and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff were removed from the list of permanent attendees in the president's national security council. they were replaced with white nationalist trump advisor steve bannon. putin announced the changes shortly after speaking with putin for an hour. presidential press spokesman sean spicer downplayed bannon's lack of expertise, describing the avowed racist as "a former naval officer." bannon left the navy in 1983. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, whom bannon is replacing, is an active-service four-star general. counseling trump in






at least 600 people wait to greet syrians arriving in phoenix


a phoenix-bound british airways flight was scheduled to arrive from london at sunday evening carrying several syrians. a protest of about 600 people was waiting at a phoenix international airport terminal for the flight to arrive. "the outcome when these people arrive is uncertain at best," said tanveer shah, an arizona attorney in private practice who volunteers with the aclu. shah said syrians on board the flight would, "in the best case," walk off the plane without a problem. but given the outcomes in other cities on urday and sunday, shah said it was incumbent on civil liberties attorneys to be there when the plane arrives. "we have staff attorneys here ... who are prepared to file emergency pleadings," shah said.






iraqi man held at jfk was us military interpreter who was coming here because so


an iraqi man who was held overnight at jfk airport is a department of defense employees who e with his family to the u.s, to seek treatment for a liver ailment.hameed khalid darweesh was released urday afternoon after he had been detained by immigration officials acting on orders from the white house which issued a friday night ban on immigrants coming in from seven muslim-majority countries.darweesh explained that he as an interpreter for the army’s 101st airborne division in baghdad and mosul after the invasion of iraq  in 2003.at a press conference, darweesh said he had turned over his p port and was taken aside as his family was allowed in the country.under pressure from the press, several democratic lawmakers and his attorney’s who filed a suit in his name, darweesh was finally releas






pedestrian hurt while trying to get into car stopped in traffic lane – the denve


a general ignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he e to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






new homeless outreach court meets people where they are — at denver rescue missi


a general ignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he e to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






'breathtaking violation of rights': l.a. city attorney barred from seeing detain


captioncurves, craftsmanship and cl | 2017 grand national roadster show in pomonathirteen custom cars will compete for the “america's most beautiful roadster” award, vying for a 9-foot-tall trophy and $10,000 in prize money. (gina ferazzi / los angeles times)thirteen custom cars will compete for the “america's most beautiful roadster” award, vying for a 9-foot-tall trophy and $10,000 in prize money. (gina ferazzi / los angeles times)






former neighbor recalls suspected killer as grieving widower


concord, n.h. — bob evans at a picnic table outside friend katherine decker's motorhome in 1986, sobbing that his wife had died when his then-5-year-old daughter, lisa, was just a baby."he really did cry. he'd cry and blow his nose and everything when he talked about it," decker recalled. "i used to feel really bad all the time about it. every time i saw him, i'd just feel sick."but evans hadn't been married to lisa's mother. she wasn't his daughter, and her name wasn't lisa. he also told decker his name was gordon jenson.three decades later, authorities say only one part of his story was true: the 's mother was dead. and they believe evans killed her, along with at least five other women and children.evans — who over his lifetime had gone by different names — died in prison in 2010, eight






twitter releases fbi's potentially unconstitutional requests


p o: gettyfor months, there’s been a slow drip of tech companies revealing the national security letters that are being sent to them by the fbi to demand user data without a warrant. yesterday, twitter posted a statement about two letters it received that are no longer restricted by a gag order. today, yahoo announced the public disclosure of three national security letters it received from… read more read morethe letters, from 2015 and 2016, demand data from users and notify the company that it is not allowed to discuss the order until an unspecific review in the future. ociate general counsel for twitter elizabeth banker wrote that the gag order has been lifted and this is the first time the company is allowed to acknowledge the nsls.advertisementadvertisementfrom banker’s post: we have






colts hire kansas city's ballard as general manager


indianapolis — indianapolis colts owner jim irsay is turning to another first-time general manager to get his franchise back on track.eight days after firing ryan grigson and conducting a week of interviews, irsay hired former kansas city chiefs executive chris ballard.the announcement e sunday on the team's website.ballard has never previously served as a team's top decision-maker, but he comes with a long history as a scout and front-office executive. he was hired by the chiefs in 2013 as the director of player personnel and was promoted to director of football operations under current gm john dorsey.last season, the chiefs earned the no. 2 seed in the afc playoffs and they've been a consistent playoff contender despite not having a pro bowl quarterback.like grigson, ballard worked with






conservatives feel happy about trump’s supreme court options


washington (ap) — conservatives’ wishes for the next supreme court justice boil down to a few words: no more souters.the reference is to former justice david souter, dubbed by a white house aide as a “home run” for conservatives when he was nominated by president george h.w. bush in 1990 to replace the liberal william brennan. as it turned out, souter generally was a liberal vote for most of his 18 years on the court.but conservatives who care about the court say they have no such worry this time around. they feel confident that whomever president donald trump nominates for the supreme court, they won’t be looking back with regret in the years to come.the leading contenders from a list of 21 names trump rolled out during his paign are three federal appeals courts judges who have met with t






immigration attorneys seeking to help airport travelers in los angeles blocked b


at least 10 to 15 immigration attorneys have gathered at the tom bradley international terminal at lax to help travelers, mostly from iran, who have been detained, one of the attorneys said. attorneys have not yet been able to determine the number of fliers detained, as u.s. customs and border protection officials are not allowing attorneys or families any communication with the detainees, said immigration attorney jordan cunnings. "we're literally walking around asking people, are you waiting for someone who has been detained?" said cunnings, describing a scene of worried family members who had arrived bearing flowers and welcome signs for their loved ones. some of the detained travelers included green card holders, tourists, people with children and people with medical problems, cunn






n.y. gov., ag pledge help to immigrants affected by ban


gov. andrew cuomo, third from right, discusses president trump's executive order on immigration during a news conference sunday at his manhattan office.(p o: screengrab via nys governor's office)albany, n.y. — gov. andrew cuomo launched a state line sunday to ist immigrants affected by president trump's executive order on immigration, vowing legal istance to anyone facing detainment.cuomo and port authority executive director pat foye said six to eight people remained detained sunday afternoon at john f. kennedy international airport in queens under trump's order, which temporarily barred citizens from seven muslim-heavy nations from entering the u.s.the governor said attorneys in his office will be available to provide counsel to the detained immigrants and their families. state attorney






n.y. gov., ag pledge help to immigrants affected by ban


gov. andrew cuomo, third from right, discusses president trump's executive order on immigration during a news conference sunday at his manhattan office.(p o: screengrab via nys governor's office)albany, n.y. — gov. andrew cuomo launched a state line sunday to ist immigrants affected by president trump's executive order on immigration, vowing legal istance to anyone facing detainment.cuomo and port authority executive director pat foye said six to eight people remained detained sunday afternoon at john f. kennedy international airport in queens under trump's order, which temporarily barred citizens from seven muslim-heavy nations from entering the u.s.the governor said attorneys in his office will be available to provide counsel to the detained immigrants and their families. state attorney






n.y. gov., ag pledge help to immigrants affected by ban


gov. andrew cuomo, third from right, discusses president trump's executive order on immigration during a news conference sunday at his manhattan office.(p o: screengrab via nys governor's office)albany, n.y. — gov. andrew cuomo launched a state line sunday to ist immigrants affected by president trump's executive order on immigration, vowing legal istance to anyone facing detainment.cuomo and port authority executive director pat foye said six to eight people remained detained sunday afternoon at john f. kennedy international airport in queens under trump's order, which temporarily barred citizens from seven muslim-heavy nations from entering the u.s.the governor said attorneys in his office will be available to provide counsel to the detained immigrants and their families. state attorney






former neighbor recalls suspected killer as grieving widower


concord, n.h. (ap) — bob evans at a picnic table outside friend katherine decker’s motorhome in 1986, sobbing that his wife had died when his then-5-year-old daughter, lisa, was just a baby.“he really did cry. he’d cry and blow his nose and everything when he talked about it,” decker recalled. “i used to feel really bad all the time about it. every time i saw him, i’d just feel sick.”but evans hadn’t been married to lisa’s mother. she wasn’t his daughter, and her name wasn’t lisa. he also told decker his name was gordon jenson.three decades later, authorities say only one part of his story was true: the ’s mother was dead. and they believe evans killed her, along with at least five other women and children.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.evans — who over his lifet






woman remembers suspected killer’s tears over dead wife


concord, n.h. (ap) — bob evans at a picnic table outside friend katherine decker’s motorhome in 1986, sobbing that his wife had died when his then-5-year-old daughter, lisa, was just a baby.“he really did cry. he’d cry and blow his nose and everything when he talked about it,” decker recalled. “i used to feel really bad all the time about it. every time i saw him, i’d just feel sick.”but evans hadn’t been married to lisa’s mother. she wasn’t his daughter, and her name wasn’t lisa. he also told decker his name was gordon jenson.three decades later, authorities say only one part of his story was true: the ’s mother was dead. and they believe evans killed her, along with at least five other women and children.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.evans — who over his lifet






protesters flood san francisco airport for second day


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);for a second day, scores of outraged protesters headed to san francisco international airport on sunday, joining fellow demonstrators around the nation to voice their opposition to president trump’s ban on refugees coming into the united states.by late morning, 200 protesters had gathered at the airport, holding signs and chanting slogans inside the international terminal. their rally e as emergency stays were granted by federal judges in at least four cities, blocking deportations from trump’s executive order that bans entry into the us from certain muslim-majority countries. meanwhile, authorities scrambled to keep order and make sense of the new administration’s immigration policies which have triggered anger and confusion around the globe.






n.y. gov., ag pledge help to immigrants affected by ban


gov. andrew cuomo, third from right, discusses president trump's executive order on immigration during a news conference sunday at his manhattan office.(p o: screengrab via nys governor's office)connectlinkedinemailmorealbany, n.y. — gov. andrew cuomo launched a state line sunday to ist immigrants affected by president trump's executive order on immigration, vowing legal istance to anyone facing detainment.cuomo and port authority executive director pat foye said six to eight people remained detained sunday afternoon at john f. kennedy international airport in queens under trump's order, which temporarily barred citizens from seven muslim-heavy nations from entering the u.s.the governor said attorneys in his office will be available to provide counsel to the detained immigrants and their f






corrections officer recruit sold cocaine to undercover cop, police say


authorities arrested a new york city corrections officer recruit from west babylon for possession and sale of drugs, n au county police said urday. rushauney r. stephenson, 24, of es street, sold cocaine to an undercover detective twice in under an hour before he was arrested on friday while at the correctional academy located at the john jay college of criminal justice in manhattan, police said. stephenson made the first sale on jan. 21 about 3:30 p.m. to an undercover detective. then he made another sale just after 4 p.m., police said. advertisement | advertise on newsdaysee alsorecent li mug s sdatali crime statsstephenson is charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, police said






protesters flood san francisco airport for second day


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);for a second day, scores of outraged protesters headed to san francisco international airport on sunday, joining fellow demonstrators around the nation to voice their opposition to president trump’s ban on refugees coming into the united states.by late morning, 200 protesters had gathered at the airport, holding signs and chanting slogans inside the international terminal. their rally e as emergency stays were granted by federal judges in at least four cities, blocking deportations from trump’s executive order that bans entry into the us from certain muslim-majority countries. meanwhile, authorities scrambled to keep order and make sense of the new administration’s immigration policies which have triggered anger and confusion around the globe.