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ukraine: avdiivka, the front line of europe's 'forgotten war'


31 january 2017 last updated at 23:16 gmt tom burridge reports from the city of avdiivka in eastern ukraine, on the front line between government troops and russian-backed rebels.ukraine conflict: evacuation planned in frontline town of avdiivka






worth the trip: soul-nourishing vistas at ebey’s landing


about two hours from seattle, ebey’s landing offers one of the state’s best beach hikes and a look at early washington history.a few years ago, i wrote about a man who, starved for travel and stuck in seattle caring for aging parents, started riding bus line after metro bus line to explore every corner of his own city.from him, i learned how easy it is to find fresh perspectives and landscapes close to home.lately, similarly marooned, i’ve found a number of new nearby delights — reached by car rather than bus, but still within a day’s radius of seattle. not the least of which is ebey’s landing, on whidbey island, where i recently stood on straw-colored bluffs overlooking a panoramic view of admiralty inlet and the snow-capped olympic mountains and wondered how, in my decades in seattle, i






papa john's testing $2.99 fee for "priority" orders


new york — papa john's is taking a page from the airline industry and testing a fee that lets people bump their pizza orders to the front of the line.the chain says the $2.99 "papa priority" fee was recently launched in select locations, and it's looking for ways to expand the test.it says the fee doesn't guarantee delivery within a set time, but sends an order to the "front of the line so that it is made faster." the option is limited to five orders each night per location.while customers whose pizzas get bumped back might object, papa john's says the option has gotten "great customer reception."papa john's international inc. didn't say when it began the test, but the fee was discussed on reddit in september.






former head of vikings stadium authority got prime seats


minneapolis — the former chair of the oversight body for the minnesota vikings' stadium jumped to the head of the line to buy front-row season tickets.the star tribune reports (http://strib.mn/2lpid9s ) that michelle kelm-helgen also helped friends and family members buy the rights to nearby seats before longtime season ticket holders could claim them.kelm-helgen says she never intended to go to the front of the line and would have waited until later to purchase her tickets if she had realized how early in the sales process it was.she resigned under fire last month as chairwoman of the minnesota sports facilities authority amid intense criticism of her use of two publicly owned luxury suites to entertain friends, family and democratic party allies.






fighting abates in eastern ukraine, osce says


donetsk, ukraine — international monitors say fighting in eastern ukraine has abated but the warring sides have kept heavy weapons near the front line.alexander hug, deputy head of the monitoring mission of the organization for security and cooperation in europe, said monday that "the fighting has now subsided somewhat," but added the osce monitors still have registered more than 1,300 cease-fire violations over the past 24 hours.hug warned that continuing deployment of heavy weapons' near the front line raises the threat of a "renewed flare-up."last week, more than 30 people including civilians were killed and several dozen injured in fighting between government forces and russia-backed separatist rebels in eastern ukraine — the worst violence in the region since a 2015 peace deal, which






downrigger


this app can actually help you catch more fish. this downrigger app will help you to get your bait in front of more fish. it does this by helping you get a better understanding of the depth that your downrigger weight (cannonball) is really at. when you are in moving water, or your boat is moving, your weight is being pulled and it goes up in the water. it's not actually at the depth that you set you downrigger too. depending on the depth and your speed, it can be well away from the depth you think it is. by using our tool, you can get a better sense of the actual depth you're fishing at. to use downrigger, look down the arm of you boats' downrigger. spin the 'line' display to match the number you set your downrigger depth too. then just tilt your device so that the center line matches






the trick to a perfect front tuck for a long shirt


front tucking a long shirt helps you define your waistline and lengthens your leg line without the bunching that can happen from fully tucking in a shirt. here’s the trick to getting a perfect, sharp tuck every time.advertisementa crisp line along the bottom of your tucked shirt is key because it gives you a neat hemline that works well in professional or business casual settings, or when you want a more clean look. the key is to fold the hem of the shirt under before you tuck it into the front of your pants or skirt. make sure the folded hem is neat and straighten the exposed hem after you front tuck it to achieve a cleaner line. if your shirt is still bunching after you fold the hem under once, fold it under twice before tucking it into your pants.how (and why) to front tuck | alteration






photos: from the venice boardwalk to wall street: snapchat's path to an ipo


times photographers first covered snapchat in 2013 when evan spiegel and bobby murphy worked with a few employees in an old building on ocean front walk. the company went public on march 2, 2017, with an opening valuation of about $33 billion.(genaro molina / los angeles times)the offices of snapchat along ocean front walk in venice on may 6, 2013.(genaro molina / los angeles times)micha schaffer, from left, evan spiegel and allison beck, work at snapchat headquarters on ocean front walk in venice on may 6, 2013.(genaro molina / los angeles times)bobby murphy, 24, left, and evan spiegel, 22, co-creators of snapchat, at the company's offices on ocean front walk in venice on may 6, 2013.(los angeles times)snapchat geofilter overlays: snapchat-created geofilter, community-created geofilter, a






why fixing the offensive line may be difficult


denver post broncos writer nicki jhabvala posts her broncos mailbag weekly during the season.you can pose a broncos- or nfl-related question for the broncos mailbag here. follow nicki for more daily updates on twitter.isn’t fixing the offensive line going to be much harder than people think? there are few top-tier free agents available and few college players that merit a first-round pick. should we just hope that the new offensive staff can get more out of the guys that are already here?— mitchell reiter, canon citymitchell: revamping an offensive line is difficult and likely won’t happen in one offseason. for rookies, playing on the line at the pro level is said to be one of the toughest transitions because of players’ size, speed and because of the system (most college players come out






broncos to name chris strausser new assistant offensive line coach – the denver


the broncos are finalizing a deal to make chris strausser their new assistant offensive line coach, an nfl source confirmed. strausser, the offensive line coach at the university of washington, fills a role that was re-opened when john benton left for the 49ers.the new hire will be a familiar one for broncos center matt paradis, who had strausser as his offensive line coach at boise state. strausser was at boise in 2001-05 and 2007-13, helping paradis to first-team all-mountain west honors in 2012 and second-team honors in 2013.in between his two stints at boise state, strausser served as the assistant head coach/offensive line coach for colorado, in 2006. he went on to join the university of washington in 2014.9news first reported strausser’s impending hiring.strausser will work with bron






broncos to name chris strausser new assistant offensive line coach – the denver


the broncos are finalizing a deal to make chris strausser their new assistant offensive line coach, an nfl source confirmed. currently the offensive line coach at the university of washington, strausser will fill a role that was re-opened when john benton left for the 49ers just weeks after he joined the broncos’ staff.the new hire will be a familiar one for broncos center matt paradis, who had strausser as his offensive line coach at boise state. strausser was at boise in 2001-05 and 2007-13, helping paradis to first-team all-mountain west honors in 2012 and second-team honors in 2013.in between his two stints at boise state, strausser served as the assistant head coach/offensive line coach for colorado, in 2006. he went on to join the university of washington in 2014.9news first reported






amnesty: houthi rebels recruit fighters as young as 15 | yemen news


yemen's houthi rebels are recruiting fighters as young as 15, including by using religious schools to lure teenagers into their ranks without their parents' knowledge, according to a rights group.amnesty international described the "appalling" practices in a report released on tuesday, citing family members of four boys - aged 15 and 17 - who were recruited by the rebels."it is appalling that houthi forces are taking children away from their parents and their homes, stripping them of their childhood to put them in the line of fire where they could die," said samah hadid, deputy director at amnesty international's beirut regional office."this is a shameful and outrageous violation of international law," hadid said, calling on the rebels to halt such recruitment and release the child soldier






amnesty: houthi rebels recruit fighters as young as 15 | yemen news


yemen's houthi rebels are recruiting fighters as young as 15, including by using religious schools to lure teenagers into their ranks without their parents' knowledge, according to a rights group.amnesty international described the "appalling" practices in a report released on tuesday, citing family members of four boys - aged 15 and 17 - who were recruited by the rebels."it is appalling that houthi forces are taking children away from their parents and their homes, stripping them of their childhood to put them in the line of fire where they could die," said samah hadid, deputy director at amnesty international's beirut regional office."this is a shameful and outrageous violation of international law," hadid said, calling on the rebels to halt such recruitment and release the child soldier






stadium chair skipped line, got best nfl seats


michele kelm-helgen, as chair of the government agency overseeing u.s. bank stadium, jumped to the head of the line to buy front-row season tickets for minnesota vikings games.she also helped friends and family members buy the rights to nearby seats, before longtime vikings season-ticket holders could claim them, records show.“i never intended to have been in the front of the line and would have waited to purchase tickets later if i had realized how early in the sales process this was,” kelm-helgen said friday.she resigned under pressure in february as chairwoman of the minnesota sports facilities authority after intense legislative criticism of her use of two publicly owned luxury suites to entertain friends, family and dfl allies. she left her msfa post friday, several days ahead of her






kelm-helgen skipped line, got best seats at u.s. bank stadium


michele kelm-helgen, as chair of the government agency overseeing u.s. bank stadium, jumped to the head of the line to buy front-row season tickets for minnesota vikings games.she also helped friends and family members buy the rights to nearby seats, before longtime vikings season-ticket holders could claim them, records show.“i never intended to have been in the front of the line and would have waited to purchase tickets later if i had realized how early in the sales process this was,” kelm-helgen said friday.she resigned under pressure in february as chairwoman of the minnesota sports facilities authority after intense legislative criticism of her use of two publicly owned luxury suites to entertain friends, family and dfl allies. she left her msfa post friday, several days ahead of her






7 troops reported killed in fighting in eastern ukraine


moscow — at least seven ukrainian troops have been killed in an apparent uptick in fighting in eastern ukraine, government officials said on monday.an armed conflict between government troops and separatist rebels has killed more than 9,600 since it began in 2014, according to the u.n. human rights office. a january cease-fire had until recently helped to limit the fighting to sporadic shoot-outs.the government's press office for the operation in the east said it recorded an increase in fighting on several fronts on sunday which left at least five killed and nine troops injured. two more were killed and five injured monday morning, north of the rebel stronghold of donetsk, the press office said.kiev accused the rebels of using tanks and grad multiple grenade launchers and said they recorde






rtd r-line light rail train kills mute, hearing-impaired refugee from myanmar du


provided by rtda map of the rtd r line train’s route and all stations.a mute, hearing-impaired refugee from myanmar walking across metro-denver light rail tracks sunday afternoon was hit by a train and killed during a test of the r-line in aurora.it was the second time in a week that a man was killed by a regional transportation district train.aurora police, who went to the scene at 30th and peoria around 2 p.m., determined that the 35-year-old man from myanmar lived nearby and was crossing the rtd r-line tracks from west to east, police spokesman lt. mike mcclelland said.“he was handicapped. he was hearing-impaired. he was apparently mute, as well,” mcclelland said.“apparently, he just didn’t see the lights. he didn’t hear it at all. he just pushed through the pedestrian gate. he just wal






busy takeshita street and quiet alleys of harajuku / boing boing


carla and i took a one-week trip to tokyo. it was my sixth visit to japan's capital, and it was my favorite so far. for the next few days, i'll be writing about recommended things to do there. see them all here.after walking around peaceful yoyogi park, we crossed the street and entered one of the busiest pedestrian streets in the world: takeshita-dōri. this youth-oriented strip has fashion boutiques, restaurants, candy and ice cream shops, and the (now commonplace in japan) cat and owl cafes, where you pay by the hour to spend time with animals. the crowd on takeshita-dōri is made up of about 20% tourists and 80% japanese teenagers. there are long lines to get into some of the stores and restaurants. the longest line was for a place called johnny's. at least 100 people were waiting to get






coroner identifies mute, hearing-impaired refugee from myanmar struck and killed


adams county authorities have identified the 35-year-old mute, hearing-impaired refugee from myanmar struck and killed during testing of rtd’s r-line train in aurora earlier this month as he walked across its tracks.saw eh, of aurora, was pronounced dead at the university of colorado hospital following the feb.19 collision near 30th avenue and peoria street. the county coroner’s office says his manner and cause of death remain under investigation.aurora police say eh lived nearby and was crossing the train’s tracks from west to east when he was hit.“apparently, he just didn’t see the lights,” police spokesman lt. mike mcclelland said after the collision. “he didn’t hear it at all. he just pushed through the pedestrian gate. he just walked right in front of the train. it was a horrible acci






rtd r-line light rail train kills mute, hearing-impaired refugee from myanmar du


provided by rtda map of the rtd r line train’s route and all stations.a mute, hearing-impaired refugee from myanmar walking across metro-denver light rail tracks sunday afternoon was hit by a train and killed during a test of the r-line in aurora.it was the second time in a week that a man was killed by a regional transportation district train.aurora police, who went to the scene at 30th and peoria around 2 p.m., determined that the 35-year-old man from myanmar lived nearby and was crossing the rtd r-lline tracks from west to east, police spokesman lt. mike mcclelland said.“he was handicapped. he was hearing-impaired. he was apparently mute, as well,” mcclelland said.“apparently, he just didn’t see the lights. he didn’t hear it at all. he just pushed through the pedestrian gate. he just wa






uw huskies spring football preview: veteran offensive line welcomes new position


a primer on uw's offensive line entering the start of spring practices monday.to count down the start of the huskies’ spring football on monday, we’ll offer a primer of each position unit, assessing what happened in 2016 and expectations for 2017.today: offensive lineprojected depth chart:left tackle:trey adams, jr., 6-8, 320jared hilbers, so., 6-7, 302luke wattenberg, rs-fr., 6-4, 291most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.left guard:andrew kirkland, sr., 6-4, 316jesse sosebee, jr., 6-5, 310duke clinch, rs-fr., 6-2, 303*center:coleman shelton, sr., 6-4, 297matt james, jr., 6-5, 285right guard:nick harris, so., 6-1, 287henry roberts, so., 6-6, 295john turner, jr., 6-4, 290a.j. kneip, so., 6-2, 285*right tackle:kaleb mcgary, jr., 6-7, 310devin burleson, so., 6-8, 3212016 r






isis and iraq forces in standoff for western mosul where charlie d'agata reports


putin critic says he's one of the lucky ones: "i'm still here" "60 minutes" examines the unfortunate fate that stalks some of putin's most prominent critics: unsolved shootings, suspicious suicides and poisonings






t-mobile is offering a free third line for new and existing customers for a limi


starting today, march 1, t-mobile is launching a promotion to give customers a free third line. any new or existing customers with two or more postpaid lines on a single account will be eligible to walk into a t-mobile store and sign up for a free line with any of the following plans: t-mobile one, simple choice, and simple choice no credit plans, as well as business accounts with up to 11 lines.the amount of data allocated to the free line will mimic the line with the smallest amount of data on the account and can be used for a smartphone, tablet, smartwatch, or syncup drive. also, t-mobile mentions that any accounts that have cancelled a line after february 27 will not be eligible to receive a free line. the line will be billed and then credited at the end of every month, so once you mak






the joys of early spring come with a warning


the decorative, cosmetic splashes of snow in your yard are in grave peril. snap a photo soon, because another warm front is coming. this winter, when in doubt, predict a warm front. odds are you'll be right.data show february was the 18th month in a row of warmer-than-average temperatures, according to the state dnr. noaa says meteorological winter was the eighth-warmest on record. nationwide there were 3,146 record highs and 27 record lows last month. chicago had no snow on the ground in january and february. spring is in full bloom south of a line from kansas city to indianapolis and pittsburgh.yes, odds favor an early ice-out, and at the rate we're going we may see flowers blooming within a month, much like we saw in 2012. today and friday will be cooler than average, but a weekend thaw






minneapolis mayor says repealing aca would be a 'disaster'


mayor betsy hodges sounded the alarm this week over the potential repeal of the affordable care act, arguing that the health care law’s demise would be a disaster for minneapolis.speaking at briva health, a health care navigator for immigrants in the elliot park neighborhood of downtown minneapolis, hodges said 410,000 minnesotans would lose health insurance coverage if the law were repealed, and 96,000 of them are in hennepin county.“for each one of those people, it’s a human and personal disaster,” she said.hodges joined 55 mayors from across the country calling on congress not to repeal the law, including the mayors of new york, chicago and los angeles. while there may be things worth fixing in the law, she said, “don’t repeal it and certainly don’t repeal it and replace it with nothing






man s while sleeping in roseland


a man was s in his sleep early tuesday when a bullet e through the front window of a roseland building, police said.it happened at 4:55 a.m. when the man, 43, was sleeping in the front room of a residence in the 300 block of west 109th street. someone fired a s and the bullet e through the front window. the man was s in the leg.he was taken to roseland community hospital and his condition was stabilized.






zte nubia z17 mini front panel pictured


we already told you about a zte event next week when the company will present the first nubia smartphone with a dual-camera setup. we also got our hands on some specs of the nubia z17 mini, and now we even know how the front will look thanks to a leak on weibo.the device is reported to have 5.2” full hd screen, a 16 mp front camera for selfies. the front will have a home button that doubles as a fingerprint scanner and has the distinctive red circle that resides on every nubia smartphone. interestingly enough this might be the first zte nubia device with a fingerprint scanner on the front - all other nubia phones sport it on the back.zte nubia z17 reportedly will have 13 mp + 13 mp dual camera setup on the back and will come in two versions - one with snapdragon 652 and 4 gb ram and anothe






the female soldiers serving in israel's army


in most western armies women are taking a more and more prominent place on the front line, and in israel, there are already mixed gender infantry battalions. the travelled to a training base in southern israel and spoke to some of the soldiers being recruited.






iraqi forces battle isis in mosul – the denver post


mosul, iraq (ap) — “we have wounded!” the men shouted from the roadside. two soldiers, bleeding, were being bandaged beside their smoking vehicle on the side of a dusty dirt road.iraqi special forces maj. saif ali yelled to his driver to stop and leaped out. “put one inside and the other on top!” he called to his men. one was put in ali’s seat, the other laid on the vehicle’s hood. “go!” he shouted, crouching on the hood next to the wounded man. his driver blared the horn and the gunner shot into the air trying to clear a way through a sea of fleeing civilians and livestock.as iraqi forces push deeper into western mosul, the assault is bringing a surge of casualties — at least 30 iraqi security forces and more than 200 civilians killed or wounded in the last three days. iraq’s military doe






the lucid air electric car starts at just $60,000 – before tax credit


lucid’s first electric vehicle doesn’t cost what you think it does – the company revealed basic pricing information for the air on its blog, basically just to mute speculation that its price tag would begin north of $100,000. the lucid air’s actual price will start at $60,000, hitting $52,500 once you apply the federal tax credit for ev buyers.that’s for the base model, of course, but the base model sounds relatively well-equipped, with a 240-mile range on a single charge, 400 horsepower from its rear-wheel drive motor and all the sensor and computer hardware on board for a future update to provide autonomous driving.lucid’s other base model features include trunks at both front and rear, power front seats, four displays (three of which are touch-sensitive) and a 10 speaker audio system. t






the lucid air electric car starts at just $60,000 – before tax credit


lucid’s first electric vehicle doesn’t cost what you think it does – the company revealed basic pricing information for the air on its blog, basically just to mute speculation that its price tag would begin north of $100,000. the lucid air’s actual price will start at $60,000, hitting $52,500 once you apply the federal tax credit for ev buyers.that’s for the base model, of course, but the base model sounds relatively well-equipped, with a 240-mile range on a single charge, 400 horsepower from its rear-wheel drive motor and all the sensor and computer hardware on board for a future update to provide autonomous driving.lucid’s other base model features include trunks at both front and rear, power front seats, four displays (three of which are touch-sensitive) and a 10 speaker audio system. t






the lucid air electric car starts at just $60,000 – before tax credit


lucid’s first electric vehicle doesn’t cost what you think it does – the company revealed basic pricing information for the air on its blog, basically just to mute speculation that its price tag would begin north of $100,000. the lucid air’s actual price will start at $60,000, hitting $52,500 once you apply the federal tax credit for ev buyers.that’s for the base model, of course, but the base model sounds relatively well-equipped, with a 240-mile range on a single charge, 400 horsepower from its rear-wheel drive motor and all the sensor and computer hardware on board for a future update to provide autonomous driving.lucid’s other base model features include trunks at both front and rear, power front seats, four displays (three of which are touch-sensitive) and a 10 speaker audio system. t






’68 cougar a project of time, money


the mercury cougar was first introduced as a 1967 model on sept. 30, 1966.the mercury car line was a “tweener” introduced back in 1939 with the idea of offering upgrade models between the standard ford but still less luxurious than lincoln models. the cougar was a “tweener” too, but it was positioned between the ford mustang and the ford thunderbird. the 1968 model was little changed from 1967, and the series ran through the 1970 model year with only slight modifications.san jose resident jim jarmann, is a real fan of the 1968 cougar. he has three of them, but only the one pictured with this column runs. this was top of the line, the xr7 model, and has been in the family since 1971, when his sister owned it. jarmann acquired it in 1973.“the car was in pretty good shape when i got it, but i






betsy hodges joins other mayors urging congress not to repeal affordable care ac


mayor betsy hodges sounded the alarm this week over the potential repeal the affordable care act, arguing the demise of the health care law would be a disaster for minneapolis.speaking at briva health, a health care navigator for immigrants in the elliot park neighborhood of downtown minneapolis, hodges said 410,000 minnesotans would lose health insurance coverage if the law were repealed, and 96,000 of them are in hennepin county."for each one of those people, it's a human and personal disaster," she said.hodges joined 55 mayors from across the country calling on congress not to repeal the law, including the mayors of new york, chicago and los angeles. while there may be things worth fixing in the law, she said, "don't repeal it and certainly don't repeal it and replace it with nothing."a






what does 'get in line' mean in immigration debate?


those who support president donald trump’s increased immigration enforcement frequently say that immigrants should “get in line” to come to america, rather than enter without authorization.but, what line?for most people who might want to come to america, there is no line. potential immigrants generally need a family member or employer in the u.s. as a sponsor before they can seek entry. and those who have such a host face waits that many would consider unreasonably long.mexican brothers and sisters of american citizens who applied to come to the united states legally almost 20 years ago are just now getting green cards.for siblings in the philippines, the delay is even longer — 23 years. siblings from india have waited 14 years. both sides in the immigration debate have used the concept of






sunday's recap: blackhawks 5, sabres 1


the blackhawks took over in the final two periods sunday and ran away from the sabres in a 5-1 victory. the hawks have now won six of their last seven games, 11 straight against the sabres, and got a goal from every line sunday. the hawks got on the board first with a nice shot from ryan hartman, who sent home a wrister over the left shoulder of sabres goaltender robin lehner from the right circle at 13:34. it was hartman's 14th goal of the season. the hawks later killed a 5-on-3 sabres power play in the period thanks to some solid work in net by scott darling but the sabres got a tying goal with 5.6 seconds left in the period when evander kane scored off a nice pass from jack eichel. but the hawks took control in the second period thanks to goals from marian hossa and jonathan toews. hoss






american medics try to heal mosul


when an elderly man arrived at a front line clinic this week, right leg burned while fleeing an airstrike, an american medic took one look and knew he needed to get the patient to a hospital fast.“if he doesn’t go, he’s going to lose his leg,” said tom ordway, 32, a firefighter from lake george, n.y., volunteering in the war zone with the nonprofit nyc medics.ordway called for the iraqi commander supervising his trauma station in the carport of an abandoned house minutes from the front line on the besieged city’s west side.maj. tarek gazali of the iraqi emergency response division explained to the burned man that they would transfer him to a hospital run by another u.s.-based nonprofit on the city’s east side for treatment. but they had to act fast, he said, or doctors might have to amputa






american medics try to heal mosul


when an elderly man arrived at a front line clinic this week, right leg burned while fleeing an airstrike, an american medic took one look and knew he needed to get the patient to a hospital fast.“if he doesn’t go, he’s going to lose his leg,” said tom ordway, 32, a firefighter from lake george, n.y., volunteering in the war zone with the nonprofit nyc medics.ordway called for the iraqi commander supervising his trauma station in the carport of an abandoned house minutes from the front line on the besieged city’s west side.maj. tarek gazali of the iraqi emergency response division explained to the burned man that they would transfer him to a hospital run by another u.s.-based nonprofit on the city’s east side for treatment. but they had to act fast, he said, or doctors might have to amputa






5 troops reported killed in fighting in eastern ukraine


moscow — at least five ukrainian troops have been killed in an apparent uptick in fighting in eastern ukraine, government officials said on monday.an armed conflict between government troops and separatist rebels has killed more than 9,600 since it began in 2014, according to the u.n. human rights office. a january cease-fire had until recently helped to limit the fighting to sporadic shoot-outs.the government's press office for the operation in the east said on monday it recorded an increase in fighting on several fronts on sunday which left at least five killed and nine troops injured. kiev accused the rebels of using grad multiple grenade launchers and said they recorded intensified fighting all along the front line — outside the separatist stronghold of donetsk, in the south of the fro






trump orders two-for-one repeal for all new regulations


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president donald trump has signed an executive action aimed at significantly cutting regulations for small businesses. (jan. 30) appresident trump speaks before signing an executive order with small business leaders in the oval office on jan. 30, 2017.(p o: nicholas kamm, afp/getty images)washington — president trump promised a m ive rollback of federal regulations on small businesses monday, signing an executive action that he said would "knock out two regulations for every new regulation" adopted by federal agencies.the order greatly strengthens the president's hand in overseeing agency regulations, putting a limit on each agency's regulatory ability through the annual budget process. and it requires that the costs of any new regulations be balanced through