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a proclamation / boing boing


happy mutants day of ice cream-------by the publisher of boing boing, a directory of wonderful thingsa proclamation a notional pride spins the happy mutant soul and congests the happy mutant heart. we are people, united by a common path of evolution. beyond that, we have art. some, maybe not even that.ice cream is a treat for many happy mutants, and to serve that ice cream we must have a scoop, or a large yet very strong spoon. bowls would also help, cones optional.report this adour blog is written on wordpress, but it lives in the hearts of the mutant people -- even those with a jarvik 7. there is no freedom in a cube farm; no law like john law; and no peace where people prey upon one another. there are no greater people than happy mutants, and so long as we believe in magic there is noth






islanders 'committed' to new york, not barclays center, gary bettman says


los angeles — the islanders owners are “committed” to new york but are keeping their options open with regard to barclays center, nhl commissioner gary bettman said during his news conference during the league’s all-star weekend.“they’re committed to the franchise, they’re committed to new york and the great fan base that has followed the islanders,” bettman said, referring to scott malkin and jon ledecky, who are in their first season as principal owners after having completed the sale from charles wang.advertisement | advertise on newsdaybarclays center has drawn mixed reviews from long island fans, regarding the difficulty of getting to brooklyn and the presence of seats that do not offer a full view of the rink. the building also has been criticized by players because of the quality of






nougat-powered xiaomi redmi note 3 pro spotted on gfxbench


looks like the xiaomi redmi note 3 pro may get the nougat update soon. the device running the latest android version (version 7.1.1) has been spotted on the gfxbench benchmarking website, indicating that the update is being tested by the company.this comes just over a month after the global variant of the phone started receiving the marshmallow update.sadly, there's currently no information on when exactly the nougat update will be rolled out. here's hoping that testing goes smoothly and the update arrives sooner rather than later.source






january security patch hitting samsung galaxy j2 prime and galaxy grand neo


samsung has started rolling out a new update to its galaxy j2 prime and galaxy grand neo (a.k.a galaxy grand lite) smartphones. arriving as software version g532gdxu1aqa4 for the former and i9060cubs0aqa1 for the latter, the update brings android security patches for the month of january.as is usually the case with ota roll outs, it may take some time before the update notification pops up on your device's screen. meanwhile, if you feel impatient, you can manually check for the update by heading to your handset's settings menu.via






texas mosque goes up in flames hours after white house announces muslim ban


police in victoria, texas are investigating a mysterious fire that burned down a mosque late friday night, reports ktrk.according to victoria fire marshal tom legler, he has asked for additional help from the state as part of his investigation of the torching of the  islamic center of victoria.fire officials state the fire began about 2 a.m.  local time, just hours after the white house issued an executive order limiting the travel of visitors or immigrants from seven muslim-majority countries in the middle east.police state that worshipers who showed up to pray on urday used a facility across the street, with the islamic center’s president, shahid hashmi saying they will rebuild.according to hashmi, the building was burglarized one week ago.watch the video below via ktrk:






samsung sm-g390f gets wifi certified, could be galaxy xcover 4


a new samsung smartphone has received wifi certification from the wifi alliance (wfa). the listing reveals that the device - which carries a model number of sm-g390f - runs android nougat out of the box.as for the device, going by the model number it carries, it could well be the successor to the entry-level samsung galaxy xcover 3 from 2015, which launched with sm-g388f model number.there's currently no information on when the galaxy xcover 4 will be unveiled and what price tag it will sport, although given that it has started collecting necessary certifications, we expect to hear more about the device sooner rather than later.source






20-year-old city councilman dies after car wreck in idaho


wilder, idaho — a 20-year-old city councilman who was one of the youngest people ever elected in idaho, has died after being involved in a car accident.the idaho press-tribune reports (http://bit.ly/2kerye8) that city councilman ismael fernandez died friday in a collision on highway 19 in canyon county.fernandez was just a 19-year-old freshman at the college of idaho when he was elected in 2015 to the four-member wilder city council. his win made national headlines.fernandez was also part of idaho's first all-latino city council.wilder has about 1,500 residents and is in southwestern idaho near the oregon border.idaho state police say fernandez was traveling west on highway 19 when he crossed the center line and crashed into a truck hauling beets.fernandez died at saint alphonsus regional






resident evil 7, as told by steam reviews


wanna read about a lot of grown men soiling their pants out of fear? well, check out the steam reviews for resident evil 7.advertisementresident evil 7 is scary. hell, i can hardly stand to look at gifs from it. players on steam were quick to note how much this game frightens them, declaring the game a return to form for the franchise. the baker family, it seems, have made a significant impact on them. kind of like how a shovel can have a significant impact on your leg!but even if players are scared less, there’s still time to make jokes. you laugh to keep from crying, i guess.advertisementhere’s a look at what players are saying about resident evil 7:you can check out more reviews for resident evil 7 here, or read our ongoing “as told by steam reviews” feature here.






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get breaking news, weather, and traffic from whio-tv & news talk radio whio in one great app. watch live news center 7 newscasts on your tablet (on your device) to stay up-to-date when you aren't near a tv. listen live to news talk radio whio 95. 7 fm and am 1290 when you can't get to a radio. now you can stay connected to local news, traffic, and weather. coverage you can count on. features include: it's free. breaking local news - live news center 7newscast stream - live stream of news talk radio whio 95. 7 fm and am1290 - live doppler 7 radar - 5-day weather forecasts - live traffic and drive timesplease note: this app features nielsen's proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research, like nielsen's tv ratings. please see www.nielsen.com/di






islanders 'committed' to new york, not barclays center, gary bettman says


los angeles — the islanders’ owners are “committed” to new york but are keeping their options open with regard to barclays center, nhl commissioner gary bettman said during his news conference during the league’s all-star weekend.“they’re committed to the franchise, they’re committed to new york and the great fan base that has followed the islanders,” bettman said, referring to scott malkin and jon ledecky, who are in their first season as principal owners after having completed the sale from charles wang.latest islanders storiesbarclays center has drawn mixed reviews from long island fans regarding the difficulty of getting to brooklyn and the presence of seats that do not offer a full view of the rink. the building also has been criticized by players because of the quality of the ice in






islanders 'committed' to new york, not barclays center, gary bettman says


los angeles — the islanders owners are “committed” to new york but are keeping their options open with regard to barclays center, nhl commissioner gary bettman said during his news conference during the league’s all-star weekend.“they’re committed to the franchise, they’re committed to new york and the great fan base that has followed the islanders,” bettman said, referring to scott malkin and jon ledecky, who are in their first season as principal owners after having completed the sale from charles wang.latest islanders storiesbarclays center has drawn mixed reviews from long island fans, regarding the difficulty of getting to brooklyn and the presence of seats that do not offer a full view of the rink. the building also has been criticized by players because of the quality of the ice in






texas mosque destroyed in early-morning blaze; cause unknown


victoria, texas — an early-morning fire has destroyed a texas mosque that had been a target of hatred in the past.the victoria advocate (http://bit.ly/2k388pz ) reports that a convenience store clerk spotted smoke and flames billowing from the islamic center of victoria at around 2 a.m. urday and called the fire department.jeff cowan, battalion chief for the city's fire department, says firefighters and police officers found the mosque completely consumed in flames when they arrived.the blaze was extinguished about four hours later. no injuries have been reported.victoria fire marshal tom legler has asked for help from state and federal fire investigators to determine what caused the blaze.the islamic center's president, shahid hashmi, wouldn't speculate about whether it was arson, but he






kings broadcaster bob miller hospitalized


longtime kings broadcaster bob miller was taken to the hospital urday afternoon after experiencing some discomfort as he prepared for a live broadcast before urday’s nhl all-star skills events at staples center, a team spokesman said.miller, 78, underwent a series of tests and will remain overnight for observation at usc medical center, the kings said via their official twitter account. he had quadruple byp surgery last year and e back this season to work a reduced schedule. his medical history factored into the decision to take him to the hospital, said mike altieri, the kings’ senior vice president of communications and broadcasting.altieri said miller hadn’t been feeling right and was examined on site by medical personnel. as a precaution, the decision was made to have miller undergo ad






1 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


a 23-year-old man was s to death in the belmont-cragin area sunday evening, the second of at least four people s in the city since mid-afternoon, according to police.the man was s in the head about 5:35 p.m. in the 6200 block of west grand avenue on the border between the galewood and belmont central neighborhoods, according to a police media notification. the man was taken to loyola university medical center, where he was pronounced dead. police released no information about the circumstances of the shooting.in the hermosa neighborhood, a 16-year-old boy was s in the right foot about 6:50 p.m. in the 1900 block of north pulaski road, according to police. the boy walking when he heard s s and felt pain. he went in a private vehicle to sts. mary and elizabeth medical center, where he was in






ohio’s transportation research center gets $45m to expand smart mobility testing


ohio’s transportation research center (trc) is getting a new 540-acre facility specifically for testing and researching smart mobility solutions, with on-site plans for a 12-lane intersection and reconfigurable test platform wider than 50 highway lines and as long as 10 football fields. that comes courtesy of a new $45 million grant from ohio state university, ohio state funds and jobs ohio.the new facility will be able to simulate conditions in urban, rural and suburban settings, including the ability to simulate traffic, car crashes, different network connectivity and smart infrastructure and more.the ohio testing facility is billed as the “largest independent test facility and proving grounds in north america,” though it wasn’t on the list of 10 official proving grounds named by the u.s






what triggered the infighting among syrian rebels? |


they have been focused on defeating their common enemy.for almost six years, opposition armed groups in syria have had two main objectives; seizing control of government territory and forcing president bashar al- ad to give up power.recently, rebel forces have suffered heavy losses.demoralised, weakened and forced from most areas they used to control - they've turned on each other.fighters from one of the main groups, jabhat fatah al-sham opened fire on two other powerful factions ahrar al-sham and the free syrian army.the infighting is seen as strengthening forces loyal to the syrian government.is it the beginning of the end for the opposition? and is the rivalry bringing president bashar al ad closer to victory?presenter: hashem ahelbarraguests: louay safi, syrian national council former






wolves eventually pull away from league-worst nets


twenty minutes before game time urday night, with his teammates on the target center court warming up, karl-anthony towns was in the team’s training room, sleeping.he had a center-sized cold. he had difficulty breathing, he was coughing constantly. even bright lights bothered him.“it got real close to getting a dnp tonight,” towns said, referring to the code for a player who is active but doesn’t play.minutes before game time he decided to play.and boy, did he. andy clayton-king, ap timberwolves center karl-anthony towns put up a s against nets center brook lopez during the third quarter urday. towns scored 37 points. against a brooklyn nets team floundering through a horrific january, towns led the way with 37 points. he grabbed 13 rebounds, had a steal and four blocks as the timberwolve






zerto mobile


zerto mobile allows you to track, monitor and easily check the health of your data center from any device. the app brings all of your alerts, tasks and information on virtual protection groups together - for easy monitoring of your disaster recovery and business continuity status from anywhere. with the simple-to-use zerto mobile application, you can see aggregated information from the zerto virtual manager and view the status of your environment - all without the need for a . you will need to be a current zerto customer with a myzerto portal login to proceed, if you do not have a myzerto account, please go to www.myzerto.com. here's what you will experience on your mobile device with the new zerto mobile app: 1. receive alerts on your mobile with indications of alert severity, detailed






texting while driving survey finds final fatal words


why it matters to you there's something you can do so friends and family won't feel pressured to return text messages while driving.every day distracted driving factors in more than eight fatalities and almost 1,200 injuries in the u.s., according to the centers for disease control and prevention (cdc). texting while driving isn’t the only dangerous distraction, but a recent survey of drivers’ behind-the-wheel texts by autoinsurance center reveals why people continue to text and what they text about, including final messages before fatal crashes.autoinsurance center surveyed 2,060 drivers about their in-car texting behaviors. the survey looked at generational differences, message importance, how frequently they sent texts while driving, most common messages, and more. the company also ana






3 ways to use packet capture in public cloud operations and migration


keith townsend is a technology mana ent consultant with more than 15 years of related experience designing, implementing, and managing data center technologies. his areas of expertise include virtualization, networking, and storage solutions for fortune 500 organizations. he holds a ba in computing and a ms in information technology from depaul university.






nasa apollo 1 fire memorial


today nasa's kennedy space center held a memorial service event to recall the 50th anniversary of the apollo 1 fire that killed astronauts gus grissom, ed white, ii and roger chaffee. the service comes as nasa recalls its three fatal space accidents, and the lives of all nasa family members lost in the agency's service. urday (jan. 28) will mark the 31st anniversary of the 1986 challenger shuttle accident that killed seven astronauts, and wednesday (feb. 1) will mark the 14th anniversary of the 2003 columbia shuttle disaster, in which seven astronauts were also killed. the agency also is paying tribute to its fallen astronauts with special online content at: http://www.nasa.gov/dor2017from nasa: nasa will honor members of the nasa family, including the crews of apollo 1 and space shuttles






20-year-old city councilman dies after car wreck in idaho


wilder, idaho — a 20-year-old city councilman who was one of the youngest people ever elected in idaho, has died after being involved in a car accident.wilder city councilman ismael fernandez died friday in a collision in canyon county, according to the idaho press-tribune (http://bit.ly/2kerye8).fernandez was a 19-year-old freshman at the college of idaho when he was elected in 2015 to the four-member wilder city council, the newspaper said. he decided to run for the council just three days before the election. his win made national headlines and placed him on the state's first all-latino city council.during his paign, he went door-to-door with his grandmother, the paper said."the lack of a youth voice leads to cynicism in politics," fernandez said at the time. "when you don't have that o






go sms pro go1.0 theme


go1. 0 theme is the former default theme for go sms pro. important: 1. this is not a standalone app, you need to the latest version of go sms pro app in order to apply this theme. (search "go sms pro" to ) 2. how to apply the theme in go sms pro, application center->theme shop->installed themes, click and apply it. go sms pro theme gosmstheme.






roseville armory controversy: council aims for homes on site


a dispute in roseville over whether to try and save the city’s former national guard armory is nearing an end.against the wishes of those who wanted to preserve the armory for use as a community center, the city council last week signaled its preference to redevelop the site for low-density housing instead.city officials consulted neighbors, getting what they considered a solid response: 87 comments, online or on paper. among those comments, 69 people said they preferred single-family detached homes on the site, while the community center option drew 44 positive responses, community development chief kari collins told the council.but 29 people declared that no institutional use was suitable — a hint of polarization.many in the area wanted the armory preserved partly because “some of our ol






intel beats q4 estimates with growth across the business


intel on thursday reported its fourth quarter results, posting record quarterly revenue as well as record annual revenue for 2016. the revenue growth reflected strength across all of its business segments, intel said, including its client computing (pc sales), data center and internet of things groups. the company reported non-gaap earnings of 79 cents a share for q4, on revenue of $16.37 billion. wall street was looking for earnings of 75 cents a share on revenue of $15.75 billion.intel's full-year, non-gaap 2016 revenue e to $59.5 billion, with an eps of $2.72. the company also reported non-gaap operating income of $16.5 billion and net income of $13.2 billion. intel also generated a record of $21.8 billion in cash from operations.ceo brian krzanich said in a statement that 2016 was a "t






‘we shouldn’t let people just re-enter the country who are not citizens’


president donald trump’s temporary suspension of the u.s. refugee program took center stage sunday as sen. john mccain called it “confusing” and white house chief of staff reince priebus suggested more countries could be added to the list. trump signed an executive order friday that indefinitely prevents syrian refugees from entering the united states and limits…






justin bieber gets hit, bounces back in celeb hockey game


los angeles — justin bieber got a taste of nhl hockey and the staples center gl urday, courtesy of nhl great chris pronger.the pop star responded by showing off skills that would not have looked out of place in his native canada during a celebrity exhibition game.bieber was driven into the boards in the first half by a laughing pronger, who spent 18 years in the league as a hard-nosed defenseman. the singer responded with an empty-net goal and an ist as team gretzky beat team lemieux 5-3 in the 2017 nhl all-star celebrity shootout.bieber did not look out of place while sharing the ice with current nhl stars connor mcdavid of the edmonton oilers and the chicago blackhawks' patrick kane, along with a host of retired greats and hockey-loving entertainment figures.although he did miss two pena






'a dogs purpose' opens to peta protests


lisa lange said her dog's purpose is to sleep on rainy days and play with toys. it's not, she said, to be a prop in a film so "hollywood producers can make a buck." lange, senior vice president of people for the ethical treatment of animals, was among dozens of demonstrators who gathered outside the arclight theater in hollywood on friday asking people to boycott the film "a dog's purpose," which on its opening night was already at the center of an animal abuse controversy.






texas mosque destroyed in blaze; cause of fire unknown


victoria, texas -- an early-morning fire urday destroyed a texas mosque that was a target of hatred several years ago and experienced a burglary just a week ago. a clerk at a convenience store spotted smoke and flames billowing from the islamic center of victoria at around 2 a.m. and called the fire department. “it’s sad to stand there and watch it collapse down, and the fire was so huge,” shahid hashmi, the islamic center’s president, said. “it looks completely destroyed.” victoria fire marshal tom legler asked for help from the texas fire marshal’s office and federal bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives to determine what caused the blaze. hashmi said authorities have told him it was too early to speculate. “none whatsoever right now,” the center director said. “we don’t ha






texas mosque destroyed in early-morning blaze; cause unknown


victoria, texas — an early-morning fire urday destroyed a texas mosque that was a target of hatred several years ago and experienced a burglary just a week ago.a clerk at a convenience store spotted smoke and flames billowing from the islamic center of victoria at around 2 a.m. and called the fire department."it's sad to stand there and watch it collapse down, and the fire was so huge," shahid hashmi, the islamic center's president, said. "it looks completely destroyed."victoria fire marshal tom legler asked for help from the texas fire marshal's office and federal bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives to determine what caused the blaze. hashmi said authorities have told him it was too early to speculate."none whatsoever right now," the center director said. "we don't have an






rochester woman killed in rollover on icy road


a rochester woman died urday morning when she lost control of her vehicle on an icy highway in southeastern minnesota’s dodge county and it rolled over.the 42-year-old woman was driving a 2011 ford ranger pickup west on hwy. 14, just east of dodge center, when the vehicle went out of control on the icy road and then rolled over, according to the minnesota state patrol. the accident happened just before 10 a.m.the victim’s name has not been released.






rochester woman killed in rollover on icy road


a rochester woman died urday morning when she lost control of her vehicle on an icy highway in southeastern minnesota’s dodge county and it rolled over.the 42-year-old woman was driving a 2011 ford ranger pickup west on hwy. 14, just east of dodge center, when the vehicle went out of control on the icy road and then rolled over, according to the minnesota state patrol. the accident happened just before 10 p.m.the victim’s name has not yet been released.






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


protests at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribunehessam noorian, center,  stands with his wife, zehra amirisefat, left, after being released at o'hare international airport in chicago on jan. 28, 2017. noorian has dual citizenship with iran and the united kingdom and has been living in park ridge with a green card. he, his wife and their 6-month-old child were returning to chicago from iran when he was taken into custody. u.s. authorities took more than a dozen travelers into custody urday at o'hare international airport in response to president donald trump's immigration order — but lawyers who e to their aid said all were set free after a federal judge in new york temporarily barred deportations.hessam noorian, center,  stands with his wife, zehra amirisefat, left, after being released at






li muslims shocked by travel ban stage protest in selden


days after president donald trump’s executive order prohibiting entry of non-u.s. citizens from seven islamic-majority countries, muslims on long island say that it is more important than ever for communities to stand together to prevent fear from being sown.“how do we forget our pledge? one nation under god,” said isma chaudhry, president of the westbury-based islamic center of long island. “we as american muslims have to come out and support the basis, the foundation of the united states.”most popularmembers of the muslim community said sunday that they are shocked and saddened by the executive order, an action they said did not represent the america to which they immigrated. see alsotell us: affected by travel ban?see alsofriend: sbu student detained at jfk airport see alsodobie: trump’






li muslims shocked by travel ban stage protest in selden


days after president donald trump’s executive order prohibiting entry of non-u.s. citizens from seven islamic-majority countries, muslims on long island say that it is more important than ever for communities to stand together to prevent fear from being sown in the nation.“how do we forget our pledge? one nation under god,” said isma chaudhry, president of the westbury-based islamic center of long island. “we as american muslims have to come out and support the basis, the foundation of the united states.”most popularmembers of the muslim community said sunday that they are shocked and saddened by the travel ban, an action they said did not represent the america to which they immigrated. see alsotell us: affected by travel ban?see alsofriend: sbu student detained at jfk airport see alsodobi






li muslims shocked by travel ban stage protest in selden


days after president donald trump’s executive order prohibiting entry of non-u.s. citizens from seven islamic-majority countries, muslims on long island say that it is more important than ever for communities to stand together to prevent fear from being sown in the nation.“how do we forget our pledge? one nation under god,” said isma chaudhry, president of the westbury-based islamic center of long island. “we as american muslims have to come out and support the basis, the foundation of the united states.”most popularmembers of the muslim community said sunday that they are shocked and saddened by the travel ban, an action they said did not represent the america to which they immigrated. see alsotell us: affected by travel ban?see alsofriend: sbu student detained at jfk airport see alsodobi






talk amongst yourselves


today’s selection of articles from kotaku’s reader run community: game of the week - wild wild (slightly wonky) west• tackling my ps4 backlog •gamer diary: new year, new goalsyou’re reading tay, kotaku’s community-run blog. tay is written by and for kotaku readers like you. we write about games, art, culture and everything in between. want to write with us? check out the beginner’s guide to tay and join in.advertisementyou can always stop by to say ‘hi’ on our: tay open forumor write an article to your personal blog and tag it tay cl ic for feedback.follow us here.






li muslims shocked by travel ban, stage protest in selden


days after president donald trump’s executive order prohibiting entry of non-u.s. citizens from seven islamic-majority countries, muslims on long island say that it is more important than ever for communities to stand together to prevent fear from being sown in the nation.“how do we forget our pledge? one nation under god,” said isma chaudhry, president of the westbury-based islamic center of long island. “we as american muslims have to come out and support the basis, the foundation of the united states.”most popularmembers of the muslim community said sunday they are shocked and saddened by the travel ban, an action they said did not represent the america to which they immigrated. see alsotell us: affected by travel ban?see alsofriend: sbu student detained at jfk airport see alsodobie: tr






li muslims shocked by travel ban, stage protest in selden


days after president donald trump’s executive order prohibiting entry of non-u.s. citizens from seven islamic-majority countries, muslims on long island say that it is more important than ever for communities to stand together to prevent fear from being sown in the nation.“how do we forget our pledge? one nation under god,” said isma chaudhry, president of the westbury-based islamic center of long island. “we as american muslims have to come out and support the basis, the foundation of the united states.”most popularmembers of the muslim community said sunday that they are shocked and saddened by the travel ban, an action they said did not represent the america to which they immigrated. see alsotell us: affected by travel ban?see alsofriend: sbu student detained at jfk airport see alsodobi






justin bieber gets hit, bounces back in celeb hockey game


los angeles (ap) — justin bieber got a taste of nhl hockey and the staples center gl urday, courtesy of nhl great chris pronger.the pop star responded by showing off skills that would not have looked out of place in his native canada during a celebrity exhibition game.bieber was driven into the boards in the first half by a laughing pronger, who spent 18 years in the league as a hard-nosed defenseman. the singer responded with an empty-net goal and an ist as team gretzky beat team lemieux 5-3 in the 2017 nhl all-star celebrity shootout.bieber did not look out of place while sharing the ice with current nhl stars connor mcdavid of the edmonton oilers and the chicago blackhawks’ patrick kane, along with a host of retired greats and hockey-loving entertainment figures.most read storiesunlimit






discussing steph curry's clipper eruption


oakland — steph curry’s otherworldly numbers have taken a bit of a dip this season. but he’s ratcheted up the aggressiveness of late and the stats have followed. you felt an eruption on the way. urday he finally delivered it, going for 43 points in three quarters on the clippers.the warriors won 144-98, a rout blake griffin called “embarr ing.”columnist tim kawakami joins the warriors all-82 postgame podcast to discuss curry’s big night and his continued comfort level around kevin durant. other topics: patrick mccaw playing over ian clark, golden state’s center position and the clippers precarious situtaion.you can subscribe to the podcast on itunes, stitcher and soundcloud.






off-duty officer among 14 wounded in city shootings


an off-duty cook county officer was one of three people who were wounded in a shooting early urday in the city's gold coast neighborhood, officials said.the shooting happened about 3:30 a.m. in the 1200 block of north state street. police did not release any other details about what led to the shooting.  sophia ansari, spokeswoman for the cook county sheriff's office, said an off-duty cook county courts deputy was wounded in the shooting. she was told the officer was going to be fine. she did not have additional information about the officer's involvement in the shooting, and she said the investigation was being handled by chicago police. an adult man was grazed in the head, and he was listed in good condition at northwestern memorial hospital, chicago police said. a second man was s in th






bulls' taj gibson sits out against 76ers with ankle injury


chicago — chicago forward taj gibson out the bulls' game sunday night against philadelphia after injuring his left ankle injury in practice urday.gibson tested the ankle in warm-ups, but the bulls determined it was best to give him the night off.gibson is averaging 11.6 points and 7.1 rebounds.bulls coach fred hoiberg believes the injury will be day-to-day.the 76ers were without center joel embiid. embiid, who didn't make the trip to chicago, is out with a left knee contusion. embiid also was listed as day-to-day.






delta us flights grounded due to "automation issues"


washington — delta air lines has grounded its domestic flights because of "automation issues."that's according to an advisory sunday by the federal aviation administration.delta spokesman morgan durrant said the airline was facing a "systems outage" but flights already in the air were unaffected.the atlanta-based airline is responding to customer complaints on twitter by saying it is experiencing technical issues and is "working hard to get them fixed quickly to minimize the impact to our customers."the faa says international flights are exempt from the grounding.in august, delta suffered a computer breakdown after a power outage in its operations center. the airline canceled more than 2,000 flights over three days.






morton grove muslim center rally draws crowd, rails against trump's actions


about 500 people packed the basement of the muslim education center in morton grove sunday while hundreds more spilled upstairs and outside the building, during a demonstration calling for sanctuary and support for muslims and other minority groups against recent trump administration actions.downstairs the voices joined together to sing "we shall overcome" as the event got underway.the rally e a day after several people were detained at o'hare airport, following president donald trump's executive order banning travel to the u.s. for some immigrants from predominantly muslim nations in the middle east.attorneys isting family of detainees at o'haremohammad amirisefat of chicago waits for news about relatives at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017. his sister, zehra amirisefat, 30,






are millennials religious? are pro-life women feminists?


emma green, writer at the atlantic, joins ben domenech in discussing the changing cultural landscape of religion and millennials. green also shares her reporting on the women’s march and the divides between feminists and pro-life women.“the way that millennials in particular have ordered their lives and the way they communicate with one another are outside of those institutions that used to be the center of their lives,” green said.domenech and green discuss utopian groups or communes who have emerged in response to trump’s election. “i don’t think it’s a huge phenomena, people choosing to withdraw and commit to that alternative lifestyle,” she said. “but i think it’s instructive for showing us, what are the frustrations that people have…with modern life.”subscribe here or listen below:






deputies shoot, wound suspect in car prowl that left seattle cop’s son dead


the wounded suspect is in critical condition at harborview medical center.king county sheriff’s deputies on friday night s and wounded a man suspected in the deadly carprowl at a sammamish park.deputies went to an apartment in the 21600 block of 29th avenue south in des moines where they believed the suspect was staying, the sheriff’s office said in a news release. deputies were outside when the suspect and a 16-year-old boy walked out around 10:30 p.m. friday.the man and the teen pulled out handguns when they saw the deputies and three deputies opened fire, striking the suspect, the sheriff’s office said. the teen fled and dropped his handgun, the sheriff’s office said.after a search, deputies determined the teen was inside a nearby apartment. the teen was finally convinced to walk out of






1 dead, 1 wounded in chicago shootings


a 23-year-old man was s to death in the belmont-cragin area sunday evening, the second person s in the city since mid-afternoon, according to police.the man was s in the head about 5:35 p.m. in the 6200 block of west grand avenue on the border between the galewood and belmont central neighborhoods, according to a police media notification. the man was taken to loyola university medical center, where he was pronounced dead. police released no information about the circumstances of the shooting.in the englewood neighborhood, a 22-year-old man was s in the 6300 block of south racine avenue about 3 p.m., according to police. the man suffered a guns wound to the left arm and a graze wound to a lower part of the body, and went to a local hospital in a private vehicle. he was in good condition.no






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'our president is trying to divide us'


cousins shabnaj, left, and taslima choudhury, center, of queens new york, pray during jummah, a muslim prayer service, in foley square, friday. the rally and prayer service sponsored by the new york immigration coalition and the inter-faith clergy of new york city was in support of muslims and immigrants.  mary altaffer, apfullscreen