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ivanka trump will receive security clearance, government communications devices


ivanka trump, donald trump’s daughter and wife of senior adviser to the president jared kushner, is in the process of obtaining a security clearance, politico reports.according to trump attorney jamie gorelick, ivanka trump will serve as her father’s “eyes and ears,” while advising the president on a range of issues. she recently obtained an office on second floor of the west wing, and will receive government communications devices this week.the news comes after a trump transition team member last november said neither ivanka trump nor kushner were eyeing security clearances in preparation for serving with the trump administration. kushner was named senior adviser to trump on jan. 9, 2017, and was given security clearance through that role.gorelick said the first daughter will take whateve






milk glut could force wisconsin family dairies to close


a global glut is leading to calls to voluntarily lower production.        






2 amish men dump horse-poop lawsuit against kentucky city


auburn, ky. — two amish men from kentucky who sued the city of auburn's mayor and police chief over an ordinance requiring horses to wear excrement-catching bags within city limits have voluntarily dismissed their federal lawsuit.the bowling green daily news reports (http://bit.ly/2mlvdpw) dan mast and emanuel miller, who are members of auburn's swartzentruber amish community, argued in october court filings that the ordinance violated the community's right to practice its religion. named as defendants in the lawsuit were the city of auburn, about 15 miles southwest of bowling green, its mayor mike hughes and its police chief larry jones.on monday, attorney dan miller, who represents the plaintiffs, filed a notice that they were voluntarily dismissing their claims.attorney travis locke say






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president obama referred to slaves as "immigrants" long before housing and urban development secretary ben carson. usa today networkhousing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if t






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


president barack obama speaks during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives in washington, tuesday, dec. 15, 2015. (photo: evan vucci, ap)housing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if they had made






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


president barack obama speaks during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives in washington, tuesday, dec. 15, 2015. (photo: evan vucci, ap)housing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if they had made






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


president barack obama speaks during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives in washington, tuesday, dec. 15, 2015. (photo: evan vucci, ap)housing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if they had made






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


president barack obama speaks during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives in washington, tuesday, dec. 15, 2015. (photo: evan vucci, ap)housing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if they had made






obama also referred to slaves as 'immigrants'


president barack obama speaks during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives in washington, tuesday, dec. 15, 2015. (photo: evan vucci, ap)housing and urban development secretary ben carson caused a stir monday when he referred to slaves as "immigrants" — but he wasn't the first person to do that.in december 2015, then-president obama made similar comments during a naturalization ceremony at the national archives.the president did not specifically say "slaves" during his speech, but instead mentioned "those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily" who "in their own way were immigrants themselves."the full quote, per the obama administration's archives:"and perhaps, like some of you, these new arrivals might have had some moments of doubt, wondering if they had made






2 amish men dump horse-poop lawsuit against kentucky city


auburn, ky. (ap) — two amish men from kentucky who sued the city of auburn’s mayor and police chief over an ordinance requiring horses to wear excrement-catching bags within city limits have voluntarily dismissed their federal lawsuit.the bowling green daily news reports (http://bit.ly/2mlvdpw) dan mast and emanuel miller, who are members of auburn’s swartzentruber amish community, argued in october court filings that the ordinance violated the community’s right to practice its religion. named as defendants in the lawsuit were the city of auburn, about 15 miles southwest of bowling green, its mayor mike hughes and its police chief larry jones.on monday, attorney dan miller, who represents the plaintiffs, filed a notice that they were voluntarily dismissing their claims.attorney travis lock






trump doesn’t believe schwarzenegger left celebrity apprentice voluntarily: ‘he


new york — in typical donald trump fashion, the president tweeted saturday that his replacement at the “the new celebrity apprentice” reality television show is to blame for its poor ratings and not, as arnold schwarzenegger says, trump’s continued involvement with the show.schwarzenegger, who replaced trump as host of the show while the president remained its executive producer, announced friday he’s through. he said even if he were asked again, he wouldn’t want to host the show.“with trump being involved in the show, people have a bad taste and don’t want to participate as a spectator or as a sponsor or in any other way support the show,” he said in an interview with the empire website. “it’s a very divisive period now, and i think this show got caught up in all that division.”but trump,






sodastream voluntarily recalls bottles at risk for exploding


why it matters to you did you buy one of these bottles? if so, your bottle could explode under pressure.sodastream, the company that popularized making your own soda at home, just issued a recall on roughly 58,600 of its bottles. the company sold around 51,000 of these bottles in the u.s. and another 7,600 in canada. sodastream voluntarily recalled the bottles on february 21, after realizing certain one-liter, blue-tinted bottles have the potential to explode under pressure. this means if you pump the bottle full of co2 or shake the bottle when it’s full of soda, it could explode.not all sodastream blue-tinted, bottles are involved in the recall. exploding bottles have the words “sodastream” and “dishwasher safe” printed on them, along with an expiration date of “4/2020” printed on the war






united airlines suffers more bad publicity after passenger is dragged from overb


less than a month after enduring harsh criticism for denying boarding to two teenage girls over “inappropriate” clothing, united airlines is again on the defensive over an incident involving a passenger dragged off an overbooked plane.the chicago-based carrier said it was following procedure sunday night when employees realized that the airline had overbooked an 80-seat jet flying from chicago to louisville, ky., and could not get enough passengers to voluntarily give up their seats.the incident, caught on video by several passengers, shows a man, whom the airline picked to boot from the flight, screaming as airport police drag him out of his seat and down the aisle while some other fliers call out in protest.a united airlines spokesman said the man was delaying the flight by refusing to g






schwarzenegger fires back after trump claims he was booted from ‘celebrity appre


responding to a saturday morning tweet from president donald trump saying arnold schwarzenegger had been fired from “celebrity apprentice,” the actor told the president he was in need of a “fact checker.”saturday morning an un-tethered trump first went on a twitter rant, accusing ex-president barack obama of “tapping the phones” at trump tower, before turning his gaze to something nearer and dearer to his heart: his former television reality show.at issue was schwarzenegger’s announcement that he was leaving “celebrity apprentice” because he felt the show was bogged down by trump’s increasing unpopularity.never one to let a slight slide, trump took a shot at schwarzenegger who became host of the show after trump moved to the white house.“arnold schwarzenegger isn’t voluntarily leaving the






google volunteer team patches thousands of open-source projects


a 50-member team of google engineers voluntarily worked to patch 2,600 open-source projects against a java deserialization bug in 2016.






trump will not voluntarily disclose names of his visitors


washington – the trump administration announced friday that it would not follow president barack obama's policy of voluntarily disclosing the names of most visitors to the white house complex, citing "grave national security risks and privacy concerns."the announcement marks a significant shift from the obama white house, which released the names of nearly 6 million visitors, including scores of lobbyists.instead, the trump administration said it would release information under far more limited circumstances: when freedom of information act requests are filed for those visiting white house offices classified under the law as separate agencies, such as the office of management and budget.under the new policy, it will be up to the white house to decide whether to release the names of visitor






layoffs hit las cruces sun-news again; top editor resigns


heath haussamen / nmpolitics.netthe sun-news’ offices in las cruces.this is a breaking news article that has been updated and will be again. check back.the las cruces sun-news laid off three journalists and eliminated their positions on wednesday, and the newspaper’s top editor voluntarily resigned.the cuts were part of a continuing reduction in staff at papers owned by the largest newspaper corporation in the united states, gannett, which owns seven papers in new mexico and the el paso times in west texas.the journalists laid off on wednesday at the sun-news were community editor frances silva, news reporter steve ramirez and print planner ruben villegas.courtesy photosylvia ulloalucas peerman, the newspaper’s news director, was named interim editor after sylvia ulloa, the newspapers’ man






layoffs hit las cruces sun-news again; top editor resigns


heath haussamen / nmpolitics.netthe sun-news’ offices in las cruces.this is a breaking news article that has been updated and will be again. check back.the las cruces sun-news laid off three journalists and eliminated their positions on wednesday, and the newspaper’s top editor voluntarily resigned.the cuts were part of a continuing reduction in staff at papers owned by the largest newspaper corporation in the united states, gannett, which owns seven papers in new mexico and the el paso times in west texas.the journalists laid off on wednesday at the sun-news were community editor frances silva, news reporter steve ramirez and print planner ruben villegas.courtesy photosylvia ulloalucas peerman, the newspaper’s news director, was named interim editor after sylvia ulloa, the newspapers’ man






how to make money on oversold flights


airlines work hard to avoid involuntary bumps and with the united video playing to millions, it is likely that they will work even harder in the future. here’s how to cash in.amid the turmoil over the involuntary removal of a united passenger, many are wondering why nobody on that flight was willing to take the compensation offered and voluntarily give up their seats.i recently made 1,200 euro and was treated to an overnight stay with meals in frankfurt because lufthansa overbooked my flight back to the u.s. during the first week of the spring school holidays in germany. that was nice, but that’s chump change compared to what’s possible in these transactions.my friend and fellow travel writer laura begley bloom topped that recently by raking in $11,000 by voluntarily giving up her family’s






‘corporate bs speak’: united airlines ridiculed for saying man dragged down aisl


the airplane had an “overbook situation.” the crew needed “volunteers.” one passenger “refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily.” so he was “re-accommodated.”it’s hard to imagine things could have gone worse aboard united express flight 3411 on sunday, when security officers dragged a man off a plane in chicago when he wouldn’t give up his seat for airline employees.but united seemed to invite ridicule with a pair of awkwardly-worded responses to the incident.after video of the man being violently pulled out of his seat went viral monday, united responded with a brief statement:“flight 3411 from chicago to louisville was overbooked. after our team looked for volunteers, one customer refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily and law enforcement was asked to come to the gate. we apologize f






‘corporate bs speak’: united airlines ridiculed for saying man dragged down aisl


the airplane had an “overbook situation.” the crew needed “volunteers.” one passenger “refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily.” so he was “re-accommodated.”it’s hard to imagine things could have gone worse aboard united express flight 3411 on sunday, when security officers dragged a man off a plane in chicago when he wouldn’t give up his seat for airline employees.but united seemed to invite ridicule with a pair of awkwardly-worded responses to the incident.after video of the man being violently pulled out of his seat went viral monday, united responded with a brief statement:“flight 3411 from chicago to louisville was overbooked. after our team looked for volunteers, one customer refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily and law enforcement was asked to come to the gate. we apologize f






‘corporate bs speak’: united airlines ridiculed for saying man dragged down aisl


the airplane had an “overbook situation.” the crew needed “volunteers.” one passenger “refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily.” so he was “re-accommodated.”it’s hard to imagine things could have gone worse aboard united express flight 3411 on sunday, when security officers dragged a man off a plane in chicago when he wouldn’t give up his seat for airline employees.but united seemed to invite ridicule with a pair of awkwardly-worded responses to the incident.after video of the man being violently pulled out of his seat went viral monday, united responded with a brief statement:“flight 3411 from chicago to louisville was overbooked. after our team looked for volunteers, one customer refused to leave the aircraft voluntarily and law enforcement was asked to come to the gate. we apologize f






t-mobile tops bidders with $8b in airwave auction


the auction began last year and fetched $19.8 billion in bids for airwaves voluntarily surrendered by tv stations so the frequencies can be repurposed for surging wireless data traffic.t-mobile us, comcast . and dish network are among the top winners in an auction of airwaves useful for mobile service, according to results released by the u.s. federal communications commission.the no. 3 u.s. carrier, bellevue-based t-mobile, was the largest bidder at almost $8 billion.billionaire charlie ergen’s dish network, which is already sitting on a vast trove of airwaves it hasn’t yet put to use, bid the second most with $6.2 billion.comcast, stepping into the wireless fray this year with a plan to use wi-fi networks and verizon’s cellular network, bid $1.7 billion. at&t, which will reap rich spectr






state sen. tom croci responds to war zone story


state sen. tom croci criticized newsday for a story that said military records show he voluntarily sought deployment to afghanistan as a navy reservist months before he announced he was stepping down as islip town supervisor in 2013 because of a mandatory deployment order.croci (r-sayville) responded to the story, published sunday, with a statement that said in part: “the process of discussing the timing and circumstances of my deployment resulted in the issuance of orders by the navy, which‘involuntarily recalled me to active duty’ (orders not obtained for this story).”most popularcroci, in a march 2 phone interview, said he would provide newsday with the orders, but he never did.storypol, back from war, 'angry' over park dumpingstorytown supervisor returns from afghanistanstorytown faces






trump to discontinue obama policy of voluntarily releasing white house visitor l


the trump administration announced friday that it would not follow president barack obama's policy of voluntarily disclosing the names of most visitors to the white house complex, citing "grave national security risks and privacy concerns."the announcement, from an administration that has faced pointed questions about its commitment to transparency, marks a significant shift from an obama white house that released the names of nearly 6 million visitors, a total that includes lobbyists, during obama's tenure.instead, the trump administration said it would release information under far more limited circumstances: when freedom of information act requests are filed for those visiting offices of the white house classified under the law as separate agencies, such as the office of management and






american workers quit at fastest pace in 16 years


forget about watching the unemployment rate or the pace of job growth.“i quit” will be the employment phrase to watch in a year when, curiously, the man who popularized “you’re fired” became president.plenty of consumer confidence polls and scores of retailing data points help us gauge the psyche of america’s shoppers. but no one statistic speaks better to our overall sense of financial security than the lightly discussed government tally of the folks who voluntarily left their jobs.quitting is a big statement by any worker bee. in most cases, one doesn’t tell the boss goodbye before a happy landing is prepared. this kind of economic leap requires fairly significant confidence in personal finances and job prospects.like we’re seeing now.quitting hasn’t been this frequent since the turn of






layoffs hit las cruces sun-news again; top editor resigns


this is a breaking news article that has been updated and will be again. check back.the las cruces sun-news laid off three journalists and eliminated their positions on wednesday, and the newspaper’s top editor voluntarily resigned.courtesy photosylvia ulloathe cuts were part of a continuing reduction in staff at papers owned by the largest newspaper corporation in the united states, gannett, which owns seven papers in new mexico and the el paso times in west texas.the journalists laid off on wednesday at the sun-news were community editor frances silva, news reporter steve ramirez and print planner ruben villegas.lucas peerman, the newspaper’s news director, was named interim editor after sylvia ulloa, the newspapers’ managing editor since november 2013, voluntarily resigned.“it has been






fujifilm voluntarily inspecting new mk lens for iris defect


why it matters to you buy one of fujifilm's new cinema lenses? check the serial number for a potential manufacturing defect.owners of fujifilm’s mk18-55mm t2.9 cinema lens may want to look at their serial number; fujifilm is voluntarily inspecting a batch of lenses after users reported the iris blades did not move properly.after an internal investigation, fujifilm identified a partial production light of lenses that may have a manufacturing defect causing the issue. the company isn’t issuing a full recall but is inspecting lenses within the serial number range for free. fujifilm did not clarify if any lenses with the error would be repaired or replaced.more:4k, meet mk: fujifilm launches lenses for video with ‘outstanding cost performance’a lens’ iris is the set of blades that move to chan