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house moving to block dc 'death with dignity' law


washington — a house committee is taking up an unusual resolution that would invalidate a local law in the nation's capital.the house oversight committee will vote monday on whether to send a resolution to the house floor blocking the district of columbia's "death with dignity" law.oversight chairman jason chaffetz, a utah republican, has vowed to stop the law, calling it "misguided" and immoral. the law signed last year by democratic mayor muriel bowser would allow terminally ill patients to end their lives with a doctor's help. five states have similar laws.congress has the power to invalidate any district law with a disapproval resolution, but it hasn't done so since 1991. there is no indication that the senate would take up the resolution even if it passes the house.






house moving to block dc ‘death with dignity’ law


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reject gorsuch: aid in dying


washington state residents should be particularly concerned about the prospect of judge neil gorsuch becoming a supreme court justice.there are many reasons both to support or oppose his confirmation by the senate, but one area of judge gorsuch’s history and judicial philosophy must be thoroughly examined. judge gorsuch has stated his opposition to laws which permit terminal patients to hasten their death with physician istance — laws including washington’s own death with dignity act, p ed by initiative in 2008, with almost 60 percent of the vote. judge gorsuch authored a book in 2006, “the future of isted suicide and euthanasia,” in which he argued that terminally-ill patients do not have a right and should not be permitted the choice to hasten their own death with their doctor’s istance,






house gop moves to block inspector general’s employment


richmond, va. (ap) — virginia house republicans have voted not to confirm the state’s sitting inspector general, citing their disappointment in how she handled the investigation into the death of a 24-year-old mentally ill inmate.the gop-controlled house voted wednesday against sitting inspector general june jennings, who was appointed by democratic gov. terry mcauliffe.republican del. rob bell said jennings showed she was not the right person for the job by her office’s inadequate investigation into the death of jamycheal mitchell, who died in a portsmouth jail cell after losing so much weight that his heart stopped.mcauliffe stood by jennings last year when some of her staff made allegations she failed to investigate mitchell’s death properly. the governor said wednesday he was “outraged






mother of slain blisters trump white house for falsely linking daughter’s death


the death of mia ayliffe-chung was hard enough for her parents to handle, but now president donald trump and right-wing australian politician pauline hanson are using her death to justify a ban on immigrants. neither immigrants nor “radical islamic terrorism” had anything to do with the death. in an editorial for the guardian, the young woman’s mother said that she was “affronted by the inclusion of” her daughter’s death, along with others, in a list being used to justify “preventing muslim immigrants” from entering western countries like the u.s. and now australia. “our children’s deaths were ugly, brutal, and must have been utterly terrifying, and i find my mind attempting to recreate those events on a regular basis,” mother rosie ayliffe confessed. she explained that someday she hopes t






teen s to death in roseland identified


a 15-year-old boy who was s to death friday was identified as willie woodus, according to the cook county medical examiner's office. willie, who lived in the 11500 block of south parnell avenue, was wounded during a drive-by shooting about 5:10 p.m. in the 11400 block of south stewart avenue in the city's roseland neighborhood on the far south side, police said. the shooting took place less than half a mile from where the boy lived. the teen was walking when a gray-colored pontiac pulled up and someone inside fired multiple times, police said. willie was s in the head, chest and abdomen. he was taken to advocate christ medical center, where he was pronounced dead at 6:07 p.m., officials said. 






suspect in custody after man found stabbed to death near metra tracks west of lo


chicago police were questioning a suspect after a man was found stabbed to death near metra tracks in the fulton river district on wednesday afternoon, authorities said.officers found the 24-year-old man in the 400 block of north clinton street around 3:20 p.m., police said. he was pronounced dead at 3:52 p.m. on the scene. he was identified as walter long jr., of the 5900 block of west walton street, according to the cook county medical examiner's office. he had gotten into a fight with someone who pulled out a "sharp object" and stabbed him, police said. a person was taken into custody, but no charges have been announced.police asked metra not to use one of three train tracks in that area while it investigated, according to metra spokesman michael gillis.






gop's rise powers move to block local sick leave, wage hikes


st. paul, minn. — minnesota republicans are moving to block cities from implementing their own sick leave policies or minimum wage hikes.the effort comes amid mandatory sick leave requirements that are set to take effect this summer in st. paul and minneapolis. both cities are also home to long-brewing efforts to raise wages to as much as $15 hourly.republicans say a patchwork of different regulations across the state is confusing and costly for businesses. opponents packed inside a senate panel's monday hearing on a bill that would give the state sole power over those policies. a house committee p ed similar legislation last week.the gop has been bolstered by their rise to complete control of the legislature and is backed by the state's powerful business lobbying organizations.






man, woman found s to death in southwest side home


a man and a woman were found s to death in a southwest side home in the brighton park neighborhood monday morning, chicago police said.police were called to the home in the 2500 block of west 46th street around 7:30 a.m., according to police.officers discovered a man and a woman, both in their 20s, who had been s , police said. it wasn't clear how long the bodies had been there or when the shooting took place.check back for more information as it becomes available.






california republicans ask trump administration to block bullet train funding


los angeles — california’s house republicans have asked the trump administration to block a pending federal grant for the state’s high-speed rail project until an audit of the project’s finances is completed. the letter, signed by all 14 members of the state’s gop delegation, including house majority leader kevin mccarthy, was sent to transportation secretary elaine…






2 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


two men were killed and three other people were wounded in chicago over eight hours monday, police said.the most recent fatal shooting was in the brighton park neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man was killed in the 3500 block of west 38th place. he was standing in the yard of a house when someone fired s s from a silver suv and he was s in the back. he was pronounced dead at the scene.earlier, about 5:35 p.m., a 23-year-old man was s to death on the northwest side.the man was found with a guns wound to the head 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 circ






media will show respect for trump when he shows respect for his job


former u.s. labor secretary robert reich had harsh words for kellyanne conway, senior aide to pres. donald trump, who recently said that the media isn’t showing “respect for and recognition of the dignity for the office of the president.”“no, kellyanne, it’s trump who lacks respect for and recognition of the dignity of the office of the president,” wrote reich in a scathing facebook post published on friday along with a link to an orlando sentinel article in which conway bemoaned the media’s lack of deference to her boss.he then ran down a list of 12 of pres. trump’s recent gaffes, screw-ups and unforced errors that, he said, result in the former reality tv star “further disgracing the office he holds.”included on the list are trump’s threat to “destroy” the career of a texas lawmaker, his






2 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


two men were killed and three other people were wounded in chicago over eight hours sunday, police said.the most recent fatal shooting was at 11 p.m. in the brighton park neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man was killed in the 3500 block of west 38th place. he was standing in the yard of a house when someone fired s s from a silver suv and he was s in the back. he was pronounced dead at the scene.the cook county medical examiner's office identified him as jesse c. montes deoca of the same block where he was killed. he was pronounced dead at 11:30 p.m., the office stated.earlier, about 5:35 p.m., a 23-year-old man was s to death on the northwest side.the man was found with a guns wound to the head in the 6200 block of west grand avenue, on the border between the galewood and belmont central






2 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


two men were killed and three other people were wounded in chicago over eight hours sunday, police said.the most recent fatal shooting happened about 11 p.m. in the southwest side's brighton park neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man was killed in the 3500 block of west 38th place. he was standing in the yard of a house when someone fired s s from a silver suv and he was s in the back. he was pronounced dead at the scene.he was identified as jesse c. montes deoca, of the same block where he was killed, the cook county medical examiner's office said. he was pronounced dead at 11:30 p.m., the office stated.about 5:35 p.m. on the northwest side, a 23-year-old man was s to death.the man was found with a guns wound to the head in the 6200 block of west grand avenue, on the border between the ga






40 pounds of lobster stolen


sunnyvale600 block of san pedro, 10:59 a.m. jan. 20 police say someone entered a house under construction by breaking a window. that person then stole tools.palo alto500 block of high street, 12:29 a.m. jan. 24 police say someone smashed a car window and stole items.500 block of webster street, 8:28 p.m. jan. 23 someone smashed the window of a couple of vehicles and stole property. a similar incident occurred on the 100 block of el ino real just a few minutes later.500 block of webster street, 8:28 p.m. jan. 22 items were stolen from a vehicle after someone smashed the window.newark39800 block of cedar boulevard, 11:05 p.m. jan. 23 a blue 2009 yamaha yzf r1 motorcycle was reported stolen.35200 block of newark boulevard, 1:13 p.m. jan. 23 according to police, someone stole 40 pounds worth o






2 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


two men were killed and three other people were wounded in chicago over eight hours sunday, police said.the most recent fatal shooting happened about 11 p.m. in the southwest side's brighton park neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man was killed in the 3500 block of west 38th place. he was standing in the yard of a house when someone fired s s from a silver suv and he was s in the back. he was pronounced dead at the scene.he was identified as jesse c. montes deoca, of the same block where he was killed, the cook county medical examiner's office said. he was pronounced dead at 11:30 p.m. after suffering multiple guns wounds, the office determined following an autopsy monday. about 5:35 p.m. on the northwest side, a 23-year-old man was s to death.the man was found with a guns wound to the hea






police: man found dead inside portable bathroom


police are investigating the death of a man who was found dead sunday inside a portable bathroom in the city's rogers park neighborhood. just after 6 a.m. sunday, officers responded to the 1400 block of west jonquil terrace for a call of a person down. they found a man inside a portable bathroom in a nearby alley. he was unresponsive and was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. the death remains under investigation, though police said there weren't any visible signs of injury. 






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suspect in custody after man found stabbed to death near metra tracks west of lo


police were questioning a suspect after a man was found stabbed to death near metra tracks in the fulton river district wednesday afternoon, authorities said.officers found the 24-year-old man in the 400 block of north clinton street around 3:20 p.m., police said. he was pronounced dead on the scene.  he had gotten into a fight with someone who pulled out a "sharp object" and stabbed him, police said.a person was taken into custody, but no charges have been announced.police asked metra not to use one of three train tracks in that area while it investigated the scene, according to metra spokesman michael gillis.






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inappropriate snapchat leads to death threat – the denver post


snapchat showdown. police investigated reports of har ment after two high school boys in castle rock got into a text exchange jan. 9 during which one threatened to kill the other. the dispute started when one boy used the mobile app snapchat to send a picture of his genitals to a female friend of the other boy. the other boy challenged the sender to a fight, and told the sender he would “need facial reconstruction” after he was done. no charges were filed.nickle and dime. a man’s car was broken into overnight jan. 26 in the 1900 block of overview drive, castle rock. the only thing missing was change from the cup holder.wallet walks away. a man’s wallet and $440 vanished after he paid for a meal at the waffle house, 222 e. wolfensberger road, castle rock, jan. 15. the man said he left a $20






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 was walking when he heard s s and felt pain. he went in a private vehicle to sts. mary and elizabeth medical center, where he wa






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






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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






former nanny stole jewelry, clothing


palo altopage mill road, 10:49 p.m. thursday police reported a hate crime where someone vandalized property.100 block of el ino real, 6:47 p.m. thursday laptop computers were reported stolen.500 block of lytton avenue, 6:20 p.m. jan. 24 an iphone was stolen.800 block of la para avenue, 7:30 a.m. jan. 24 someone gained entry to a home and took items.100 block of el ino real, 9:49 p.m. jan. 24 police say someone smashed a car window and stole property.100 block of el ino real, 3:50 p.m. jan. 23 an armed robbery was reported.1900 block of el ino real, 9:32 p.m. jan. 23 someone smashed several different car windows and stole items. two similar incidents occurred at the same time but in different areas of the city.newark7700 block of gateway boulevard, 12:35 p.m. jan. 24 a generator was stolen






man shot to death in austin is identified


a man killed early saturday in the austin neighborhood has been identified, authorities said.keenan turner, 29, was fatally shot in the 300 block of north lorel avenue, and pronounced dead at 2:43 a.m. at west suburban medical center in oak park at 2:43 a.m. saturday, according to the cook county medical examiner’s office.turner was shot multiple times about 2:25 a.m. saturday while sitting on a porch in the 300 block of north lorel avenue, police said.turner died from his wounds, the medical examiner’s office determined following an autopsy sunday.no one was in custody, and police were releasing no further details.






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 was walking when he heard s s and felt pain. he went in a private vehicle to sts. mary and elizabeth medical center, where he wa






death sentence tossed out in florida drive-by shooting case


tallah ee, fla. (ap) — the florida supreme court is throwing out the death sentence of a jacksonville man convicted in a drive-by shooting that killed a young watching television at her grandma’s house.the high court on thursday upheld rasheem dubose’s conviction, but ordered a new sentencing hearing because a jury did not unanimously agree to impose the death penalty. the court recently ruled that death sentences require a unanimous jury recommendation if the sentence was imposed after a 2002 decision by the u.s. supreme court.eight-year-old dreshawna washington-davis was killed when 29 s s were fired into her house in july 2006. authorities said the shooting was a retaliatory strike against the child’s uncle.dubose’s brothers, terrell dubose and tajuane dubose, were sentenced to life in






boy, 15, s dead in roseland on far south side


a 15-year-old boy was s to death late friday afternoon in the roseland neighborhood on the far south side, police said.the boy was s several times in the 11400 block of south stewart avenue around 5:10 p.m., police said, citing preliminary reports.police said the boy was walking when a gray-color pontiac pulled up and someone inside fired multiple s s.the boy suffered wounds to the head, chest and abdomen. he was taken to advocate christ medical center in oak lawn where he was pronounced dead, police said.no one was in custody. about an hour later, a man in his 40s was stabbed in the back in the jefferson park neighborhood on the northwest side, police said.the man was attacked around 6:35 p.m. in the 6000 block of west gunnison street, police said.  he was taken to lutheran general hospit






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man found in north minneapolis garage is city's fourth homicide of 2017


minneapolis police responded to a 911 call sunday afternoon and found a man's body in a garage on the 3700 block of aldrich ave. n., according to corey schmidt, spokesman for the minneapolis police department.the man had significant head trauma, schmidt said, when police arrived to the mckinley neighborhood about 4:30 p.m. a second man who was in the alley near the garage was transported to north memorial medical center by paramedics for a nonlife-threatening leg injury, police said. that man is being questioned in connection with the death.officers from the fourth precinct were canv ing neighbors near the scene, talking with community members and looking for witnesses. anyone with information about the death is encouraged to talk with officers in the neighborhood or contact the fourth pre






trump's immigration order revives horrible memories for chicago holocaust surviv


it's been more than 70 years since aaron elster survived the holocaust by hiding in a polish family's cold, dirty attic.but presidentdonald trump's executive order banning immigrants from seven muslim-majority countries, signed jan. 27, brought it all back for the 83-year-old lincolnshire man."i don't know if you want to know what i'd say to the president if he was here," said elster, whose parents and younger sister were murdered by the nazis. "for somebody to come along and say, 'these people cannot come in,' i believe that's a sliding slope. it starts that way. what group will be next?"elster was one of several holocaust survivors who now help run the illinois holocaust museum & education center to speak out thursday against the president's move to block immigration from the overwhe






trump's immigration order revives horrible memories for chicago holocaust surviv


it's been more than 70 years since aaron elster survived the holocaust by hiding in a polish family's cold, dirty attic.but president donald trump's executive order targeting muslim immigrants last weekend brought it all back for the 83-year-old lincolnshire man."i don't know if you want to know what i'd say to the president if he was here," said elster, whose parents and younger sister were murdered by the nazis. "for somebody to come along and say, 'these people cannot come in,' i believe that's a sliding slope. it starts that way. what group will be next?"elster was one of several holocaust survivors who now help run the illinois holocaust museum & education center to speak out thursday against the president's move to block immigration from seven overwhelmingly muslim countries.spea






boy, 15, fatally s on far south side; man stabbed on northwest side


a 15-year-old boy was s to death late friday afternoon in the roseland neighborhood on the far south side, police said.the boy was s several times in the 11400 block of south stewart avenue around 5:10 p.m., police said, citing preliminary reports.police said the boy was walking when a gray-colored pontiac pulled up and someone inside fired multiple s s.the boy suffered wounds to the head, chest and abdomen. he was taken to advocate christ medical center in oak lawn, where he was pronounced dead, police said.no one was in custody. about an hour later, a man in his 40s was stabbed in the back in the jefferson park neighborhood on the northwest side, police said.the man was attacked around 6:35 p.m. in the 6000 block of west gunnison street, police said.  he was taken to lutheran general hos






man found in north minneapolis garage is city's fourth homicide of 2017


minneapolis police responded to a 911 call sunday afternoon to find a deceased man in a garage on the 3700 block of aldrich ave. n., according to corey schmidt, spokesman for the minneapolis police department.the adult male had significant head trauma, schmidt said, when police arrived to the mckinley neighborhood about 4:30 p.m. a second adult male who was in the alley near the garage was transported to north memorial medical center by paramedics for a non-life threatening leg injury, police said. that man is being questioned in connection to the death.officers from the fourth precinct were canv ing neighbors near the scene, talking with community members and looking for witnesses. anyone with information about this death is encouraged to talk with these officers or contact the fourth pre






trump's immigration order revives horrible memories for chicago holocaust surviv


it's been more than 70 years since aaron elster survived the holocaust by hiding in a polish family's cold, dirty attic.but president donald trump's executive order targeting muslim immigrants last weekend brought it all back for the 83-year-old lincolnshire man."i don't know if you want to know what i'd say to the president if he was here," said elster, whose parents and younger sister were murdered by the nazis. "for somebody to come along and say, 'these people cannot come in,' i believe that's a sliding slope. it starts that way. what group will be next?"elster was one of several holocaust survivors who now help run the illinois holocaust museum & education center to speak out thursday against the president's move to block immigration from seven overwhelmingly muslim countries.spea






trump's immigration order revives horrible memories for chicago holocaust surviv


it's been more than 70 years since aaron elster survived the holocaust by hiding in a polish family's cold, dirty attic.but presidentdonald trump's executive order banning immigrants from seven muslim-majority countries, signed jan. 27, brought it all back for the 83-year-old lincolnshire man."i don't know if you want to know what i'd say to the president if he was here," said elster, whose parents and younger sister were murdered by the nazis. "for somebody to come along and say, 'these people cannot come in,' i believe that's a sliding slope. it starts that way. what group will be next?"elster was one of several holocaust survivors who now help run the illinois holocaust museum & education center to speak out thursday against the president's move to block immigration from the overwhe






boy, 15, s dead in roseland on far south side


a 15-year-old boy was s to death late friday afternoon in the roseland neighborhood on the far south side, police said.the boy was s several times in the 11400 block of south stewart avenue around 5:10 p.m., police said, citing preliminary reports.police said the boy was walking when a gray-color pontiac pulled up and someone inside fired multiple s s.the boy suffered wounds to the head, chest and abdomen. he was taken to advocate christ medical center in oak lawn where he was pronounced dead, police said.no one was in custody. about an hour later, a man in his 40s was stabbed in the back in the jefferson park neighborhood on the northwest side, police said.the man was attacked around 6:35 p.m. in the 6000 block of west gunnison street, police said.  he was taken to lutheran general hospit






telescope captures amazing death of a star in 'rotten egg' nebula


nasa and the european space agency released this spectacular image of the death of a star that was taken by the hubble telescope. here’s how the european space agency described what you see here:the calabash nebula, pictured here — which has the technical name oh 231.8+04.2 — is a spectacular example of the death of a low-m star like the sun. this image taken by the nasa/esa hubble space telescope shows the star going through a id transformation from a red giant to a planetary nebula, during which it blows its outer layers of gas and dust out into the surrounding space. the recently ejected material is spat out in opposite directions with immense speed — the gas shown in yellow is moving close to one million kilometers per hour (621,371 miles per hour).astronomers rarely capture a star in






red-handed burglars flee in moving truck – the denver post


the u-haul getaway. two men rummaging through another man’s garage jan. 15 in the 22000 block of east briarwood drive ran out when the man e home. the suspects jumped into a u-haul rental truck and sped off.purse found in porta-potty. a woman locked her purse in a cleaning closet jan. 20 while she worked in the 14700 block of east tennessee drive, and when she went to find it after work it was gone. her coworkers found it tucked behind a portable bathroom outside, missing $300.stolen phone. an employee of chester’s philly grill, 2195 s. chambers road, realized that someone stole her phone off the register counter jan. 19. security footage showed that a customer walked behind the counter and took it. police tried to track down the suspect using her credit card information, but she wasn’t ho






driver dies 2 weeks after eisenhower crash that killed 3


two weeks after an expressway crash that killed his three p engers, the driver of a car that wrecked early jan. 17 died tuesday as a result of his injuries, authorities and family said.family and friends of courtney “boo” hargrays sr. announced the 41-year-old’s death on social media and a relative and a spokeswoman for the cook county medical examiner's office confirmed the death.hargrays, of the 3300 block of west adams street, was pronounced dead at 9:39 a.m. on tuesday at stroger hospital, according to the medical examiner's office.illinois state police who were investigating the crash said the buick lacrosse carrying four people was traveling west on the outbound eisenhower about 100 feet west of the western avenue exit when it left the roadway and traveled up an embankment, crashing






5 things you need to know this weekend


president trump sits at his desk on air force one upon his arrival at andrews air force base, md., on jan. 26, 2017.(p o: pablo martinez monsivais, ap) 13 connectlinkedinemailmorehello, vlad. it's me, donaldweek one is done. to kick off his second week, president trump will speak with russian president vladimir putin urday for the first time since the inauguration. trump remains steadfast in his hope to develop a closer relationship with russia (cue the bromance). his first week w ped up with a visit from british prime minister theresa may (cheers for the apple juice) and a phone call with mexican president enrique peña nieto, who had canceled a visit with trump after a border wall dispute. trump greets british prime minister theresa may as she arrives at the white house on jan. 27, 2017.