Candlelites

Everything from Everywhere

iranian couple syrian mother and baby stopped at dia as protesters rallied in main terminal against new policy – the denver post - Search

iranian couple syrian mother and baby stopped at dia as protesters rallied in main terminal against new policy – the denver post Searched between all the resources and sites across the web. To view the full text news click on the links searched. All links are displayed with the source site.



iranian couple, syrian mother and baby stopped at dia as protesters rallied in m


married doctors from iran on their way home to portland, and a mother and her infant daughter back from syria, were detained for about two hours urday by border patrol officers at denver international airport after a flight from frankfurt, germany, then quietly released to continue their travels amid a larger protest in the heart of the airport terminal against the policies that stopped them.agents stopped to question dr. abolfazi mehdizadeh kashi, 62, and his wife, dr. shahla chaichian, 61, shortly after disembarking from a lufthansa flight from frankfurt. they were allowed to continue traveling after about two hours, attorneys who spoke with them said.“there is no reason for two respectable surgeons, married, in their 60s, to be detained,” said zahra kashi, abolfazi’s 53-year-old sister.






iranian couple, syrian mother and baby stopped at dia as protesters rallied in m


married doctors from iran on their way home to portland, and a mother and her infant daughter back from syria, were detained for about two hours urday by border patrol officers at denver international airport after a flight from frankfurt, germany, then quietly released to continue their travels amid a larger protest in the heart of the airport terminal against the policies that stopped them.agents stopped to question dr. abolfazi mehdizadeh kashi, 62, and his wife, dr. shahla chaichian, 61, shortly after disembarking from a lufthansa flight from frankfurt. they were allowed to continue traveling after about two hours, attorneys who spoke with them said.“there is no reason for two respectable surgeons, married, in their 60s, to be detained,” said zahra kashi, abolfazi’s 53-year-old sister.






iranian couple, syrian mother and baby stopped at dia as protesters rallied in m


married doctors from iran on their way home to portland, and a mother and her infant daughter back from syria, were detained for about two hours urday by border patrol officers at denver international airport after a flight from frankfurt, germany, then quietly released to continue their travels amid a larger protest in the heart of the airport terminal against the policies that stopped them.agents stopped to question dr. abolfazi mehdizadeh kashi, 62, and his wife, dr. shahla chaichian, 61, shortly after disembarking from a lufthansa flight from frankfurt. they were allowed to continue traveling after about two hours, attorneys who spoke with them said.“there is no reason for two respectable surgeons, married, in their 60s, to be detained,” said zahra kashi, abolfazi’s 53-year-old sister.






milwaukee protesters denounce trump immigration crackdown


milwaukee — protesters in milwaukee have demonstrated against president donald trump's immigration crackdown.more than 100 protesters rallied outside of the federal courthouse in milwaukee on urday. the milwaukee journal sentinel (http://bit.ly/2k3nndg ) reports many of the protesters were iranian-born university of wisconsin system faculty and graduate students.protesters chanted and carried signs saying "no ban no wall" and "i'm a scientist, not a terrorist."soroush aslani, an istant professor at the university of wisconsin-whitewater, said he has canceled a trip next month to visit family in canada, because he's afraid he won't be able to re-enter the u.s.on friday, trump issued an executive order that suspends the entry of all refugees to the united states for 120 days. the order also






protesters against refugee ban gather at dia – the denver post


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






protests erupt at airports following trump travel ban


president donald trump's travel ban barring citizens of seven predominantly muslim nations entry into the u.s. has sparked protests around the country.a look at what is happening:___new yorka protest at john f. kennedy airport, where 12 refugees were detained urday, swelled to more than 2,000 people, including some celebrities. the agency that runs the airport tried to restore order by shutting down the train that runs to airport terminals. gov. andrew cuomo, a democrat, reversed that decision, saying people had a right to protest. "the people of new york will have their voices heard," he said in a statement.___newark, new jerseymore than 120 people clutching signs denouncing the trump immigration orders gathered at newark liberty international airport. northjersey.com reports that they jo






at sfo, hundreds protest trump's muslim ban


in a swift and imp ioned response to president donald trump’s ban on refugees, outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.about 700 protesters rallied outside a section of the airport’s buzzing international terminal urday afternoon. though the demonstration started off inside the terminal, the crowd quickly grew too big to manage, and protesters moved outside onto the curb where travelers normally wait to be picked up. by the end, they had ran into traffic lanes, carrying dozens of posters and chanting phrases such as, “no justice, no peace.”“i don’t know why they are scared of my faith,” said marwa ahmed of santa clara. “my faith is beautiful.”fo






protesters, immigration attorneys gather at dia in protest of donald trump’s ban


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






this may be the cutest baby sloth ever


sloths are pretty universally agreed to be adorable. baby sloths are even cuter. this particular baby sloth may just be the cutest.full story at youtube.more cuteness. posted by josh urich






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at  west 29th avenue and zuni street has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.danika worthington, the denver posta large water main break left a large hole on 29th street, from which some water is still draining, urday, jan. 29, 2017.






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


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






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at 15th and platte streets has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.






water main break causes road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a two-feet wide water main broke at west 29th avenue and zuni street urday around noon, soaking roads, cars and businesses and sending a river of water down from the lower highland neighborhood toward interstate 25 and the south platte river.denver water spokesman jimmy luthye said the agency is working to turn off the last of the water and then will be able to investigate the cause. he couldn’t say how many houses lacked water at this time or estimate the amount of water that went rushing down the streets. but he did say it was safe to say a lot.“this time of year, we’ll see a little bit of an uptake (of breaks), just with the temperature swings,” luthye said, adding, “we do have an aging infrastructure in denver.”water rushed down west 29th avenue, hooked down 15th street and pooled arou






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at  west 29th avenue and zuni street has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.






13 held at o'hare after trump order, but park ridge man freed


thirteen people were believed to be in custody urday night at o’hare international airport as authorities enforced president donald trump’s executive order on immigration from certain majority-muslim countries – a crackdown that left relatives frantic and prompted protesters to rush to the airport.a few other travelers who had been held earlier were released, including hessan noorian, a park ridge resident returning with his family from iran. he was freed friday afternoon after five hours.noorian and his wife, zahra amirisefat, knew about trump’s order before boarding their flight home to chicago. but the couple never imagined it would apply to them.“the only thing i can say is, it seems something changed,” noorian said.noorian has a green card, as well as british and iranian citizenship,






14 held at o'hare after trump order, but park ridge man freed


fourteen people were believed to be in custody urday night at o’hare international airport as authorities enforced president donald trump’s executive order on immigration from certain majority-muslim countries – a crackdown that left relatives frantic and prompted protesters to rush to the airport.a few others who had been held earlier were released, including hessan noorian, a park ridge resident returning with his family from iran. he was freed friday afternoon after five hours.noorian and his wife, zahra amirisefat, knew about trump’s order before boarding their flight home to chicago. but the couple never imagined it would apply to them.“the only thing i can say is, it seems something changed,” noorian said.noorian has a green card, as well as british and iranian citizenship, and amiri






i bet you didn't know there were this many ways to fear a cgi baby


gif netflix’s a series of unfortunate events has a number of visual effects in it, since it’s a show with a number of strange and unreal settings, action, and fantastical creatures and devices. but the thing that will haunt you is the baby. advertisementoh, sunny. this isn’t just a cgi baby for the sake of the safety of a real baby. this baby’s face is cgied so she can talk. it’s got cgi arms and hands to deal poker. it’s got a cgied relationship with a cgi snake. and the effect ranges from “oh, that’s not that badly done” to “ahhhhhhh!”take a look at zoic’s many baby effects (and, yes, other things) in the studio’s effects reel:






13 held at o'hare after trump order, but park ridge man freed


thirteen people were believed to be in custody urday night at o'hare international airport as authorities enforced president donald trump's executive order on immigration from certain majority-muslim countries — a crackdown that left relatives frantic and prompted protesters to rush to the airport.late in the day, a federal judge in new york temporarily barred the u.s. from deportations under the order, and lawyers at o'hare isting those in custody said they expected them to be freed soon.a few travelers had already been released after hours of questioning. they included hessan noorian, a park ridge resident returning with his family from iran.noorian and his wife, zahra amirisefat, knew about trump's order before boarding their flight home to chicago. but the couple never imagined it woul






trump order barring refugees, migrants from muslim countries causes chaos, outra


by jerry mar , emma brown and david nakamura, the washington postpresident trump’s executive order barring refugees and migrants from predominantly muslim countries from entry into the united states rippled across the world on urday, causing widespread confusion, triggering outrage among immigrant advocates and leading to the detention at u.s. airports of people flying into the country.in addition to blocking all entries from seven countries, including business people, students and others, the ban is also being applied to u.s. legal residents from those nations – so-called green card holders – who were traveling abroad at the time the order was signed, federal officials said urday.those familiar with the order, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they said its rollout had been chao






trump order barring refugees, migrants from muslim countries causes chaos, outra


by jerry mar , emma brown and david nakamura, the washington postpresident trump’s executive order barring refugees and migrants from predominantly muslim countries from entry into the united states rippled across the world on urday, causing widespread confusion, triggering outrage among immigrant advocates and leading to the detention at u.s. airports of people flying into the country.in addition to blocking all entries from seven countries, including business people, students and others, the ban is also being applied to u.s. legal residents from those nations – so-called green card holders – who were traveling abroad at the time the order was signed, federal officials said urday.those familiar with the order, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they said its rollout had been chao






denver weather should be pretty nice this weekend – the denver post


the denver metro area should be pretty nice this weekend and may near what could be considered warm by monday.highs should be in the mid-40s urday with lows in the mid-20s, national weather service spokesman david barjenbruch said. temperatures should rise to a high near the mid-50s sunday with lows around 30 degrees. come monday, highs are expected to near the toasty low-60s.the mild temperatures should continue next week with highs in the upper 40s and 50s, barjenbruch said.those heading up to the mountains should expect a little breeze with highs in the upper teens and 20s urday and lows reaching down to zero, he said.






protesters in barcelona aim to claim city back from tourists


barcelona, spain — protesters rallied urday in barcelona over what they considered an out-of-control tourism boom that has damaged their ability to live and work in the northeastern spanish city.a soaring tourism business has fueled higher prices for rent and property sales, leaving many of the city's 1.6 million residents priced out of the city center.under a large banner saying "barcelona is not for sale," protesters marched and read a manifesto in which they denounced the tourist boom has overtaken the city. local police said over 1,000 people demonstrated in the famed central walkway of las ramblas, while protesters estimated the total as closer to 2,000."this march is a way to portray the fact that we have lost our city, and are hoping to claim it back. rent and property prices have r






community calls for more involvement and greater clarity in denver police use-of


residents repeated calls for more community involvement in the drafting of the denver police department’s updated use-of-force policy during the second of three scheduled community meetings urday morning, while also asking for portions of the current proposal to be clarified .“you got to understand, this is a draft, it’s only a draft,” chief robert white said. “i want to be candid with you, very few departments in the county would go to this degree to have communication about the policy.”“when it’s all said and done, i feel very confident that this will be one of the most restrictive policies in the country,” he continued. “is it there? no, it’s not there yet.”denver police released a draft of the policy at the start of the year. the policy directs officers to avoid rushing into volatile s






at sfo, hundreds protest trump's ban as 3 travelers are detained


in a swift and imp ioned response to president trump’s ban on refugees, about 700 outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.although u.s. customs and border protection officials denied they were holding any travelers at sfo, palo alto lawyer susie hwang said she knew of three visitors from iran — a 30-year-old man and an elderly couple — who were still being detained urday evening after their flights.“their families were picking them up” (at sfo), hwang said. “they’re not allowed any contact and they’ve taken (the man’s) phone.”the man is here on a legitimate fiancé visa, according to hwang. the couple is here on tourist visas to visit their child






at sfo, hundreds protest trump's ban as 3 travelers are detained


in a swift and imp ioned response to president trump’s ban on refugees, about 700 outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.although u.s. customs and border protection officials denied they were holding any travelers at sfo, palo alto lawyer susie hwang said she knew of three visitors from iran — a 30-year-old man and an elderly couple — who were still being detained urday evening after their flights.“their families were picking them up” (at sfo), hwang said. “they’re not allowed any contact and they’ve taken (the man’s) phone.”the man is here on a legitimate fiancé visa, according to hwang. the couple is here on tourist visas to visit their child






at sfo, hundreds protest trump's ban as 3 travelers are detained


in a swift and imp ioned response to president trump’s ban on refugees, about 700 outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.although u.s. customs and border protection officials denied they were holding any travelers at sfo, palo alto lawyer susie hwang said she knew of three visitors from iran — a 30-year-old man and an elderly couple — who were still being detained urday evening after their flights.“their families were picking them up” (at sfo), hwang said. “they’re not allowed any contact and they’ve taken (the man’s) phone.”the man is here on a legitimate fiancé visa, according to hwang. the couple is here on tourist visas to visit their child






protesters in st. petersburg decry handover of cathedral


st. petersburg, russia (ap) — protesters rallied in st. petersburg on urday against plans by the city authorities to give a landmark cathedral to the russian orthodox church amid an increasingly p ionate debate over the relationship between the church and the russian state.“we won’t give st. isaac’s to the church. we want to save it as a museum,” boris vishnevsky, a local lawmaker, told protesters in central st. petersburg.st. isaac’s, one of the most visited tourist sites in russia’s old imperial capital, has been a museum since 1917. some experts are concerned that when it gains ownership, the orthodox church will neglect the exhibits on display, which include a rare foucault pendulum.the rally urday by over 2,000 people was significantly larger than a similar demonstration by several hu






finnish freshman henrik borgstrom shines in du's comeback win


the plan is for henrik borgstrom to play at least two years for the university of denver hockey team. at this rate, however, the pioneers will understand if the phenomenal finnish freshman takes the one-and-done direct route to the nhl.borgstrom, the florida panthers’ 2016 first-round draft pick, made two elite-level plays in denver’s four-goal second period friday as the pioneers rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat nebraska-omaha 5-3 at magness arena.borgstrom’s power-play goal tied it 2-2 and his ist on dylan gambrell’s goal shortly thereafter gave denver its first lead and all the momentum.“we were losing and we don’t want to make the same mistake we did last weekend (in a series split at st. cloud state,” borgstrom said after his 21st game at du. “i want to score. i want to help the t






legislature should vote down bill to let cyclists ride through stop signs


helen h. richardson, the denver posta cyclist makes her way along 11th avenue near lincoln street thursday in denver.re: “bill to let bicyclists roll through stop signs gains speed, but there are roadblocks ahead,” jan. 26 news story.sen. andy kerr’s bill to permit bicyclists to p through intersections without stopping under certain conditions (the “idaho stop”) is not the answer to improving road safety for either the cyclist or automobile driver.i live in boulder county, where the cyclists rule the roads. with more and more traffic congestion increasing almost daily, it is very difficult to continually be watching for bicycle riders in bike lanes who do not obey the rules.although sen. kerr may think that “cyclists can hear and see much better than somebody in a car,” your picture on the






protesters in st. petersburg decry handover of cathedral


st. petersburg, russia — protesters rallied in st. petersburg on urday against plans by the city authorities to give a landmark cathedral to the russian orthodox church amid an increasingly p ionate debate over the relationship between the church and the russian state."we won't give st. isaac's to the church. we want to save it as a museum," boris vishnevsky, a local lawmaker, told protesters in central st. petersburg.st. isaac's, one of the most visited tourist sites in russia's old imperial capital, has been a museum since 1917. some experts are concerned that when it gains ownership, the orthodox church will neglect the exhibits on display, which include a rare foucault pendulum.the rally urday by over 2,000 people was significantly larger than a similar demonstration by several hundred






george washington routs denver south in denver prep league boys basketball


no. 2 george washington put on a show for a packed denver south gymnasium friday night, racing to a 24-point halftime lead and nearly putting up triple digits en route to a 96-63 road win over the rebels.senior point guard jervay green paced the patriots with 22 points, with additional contributions from junior guard  jon’il fugett (19 points) and senior calvin fugett jr (9 points, 6 ists).the patriots improved to 16-2 and are in action next at home on jan. 31 against kennedy, while the rebels fell to 13-4 and play at highlands ranch on feb. 1.






new york city - protesters at u.s. airports slam trump immigration ban - picture


new york cityprotesters rally during a demonstration against the muslim immigration ban at john f. kennedy international airport on january 28, 2017 in new york city. president trump signed the controversial executive order that halted refugees and residents from several predominantly muslim countries from entering the united states. people who had already been cleared and were flying to the u.s. were detained upon landing and, in some cases, flown back out of the country.credit: stephanie keith/getty imagesnew york cityprotesters rally during a demonstration against the muslim immigration ban at john f. kennedy international airport on january 28, 2017 in new york city. the protest at jfk was organized within hours of reports that people were being detained. similar protests soon appeared






homelessness goals are the same for all involved parties


rj sangosti, denver post filedenver police and city workers clear homeless ps on lawrence street on nov. 15.re: “moment of truth for denver’s anti- ping law,” jan. 21 vincent carroll column. vincent carroll criticizes those experiencing homelessness and their advocates for trying to take away the city’s responsibility to provide safe and attractive “sidewalks, alleys, parks and other public property.” what carroll seems to forget is that everyone wants the same basic end, but for different reasons.the city, the business community and some members of the public want to get rid of those experiencing homelessness from sleeping on the 16th street mall and sidewalks because their presence interferes with business, tourism and the general ambiance of the city. those who are homeless and their ad






about 1,000 flood sfo to protest immigration ban


the protesters sentiments has been projected onto a wall of the jfk international airport on urday.(p o: justin lane, epa)san francisco — hundreds of outraged demonstrators converged on san francisco international airport urday afternoon, in defiance of president trump's executive order banning refugees and foreign citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries entry into the u.s.waving signs reading “my grandparents were one of the lucky ones" and "one earth, one people, one love,” they chanted in full throat, "you put a wall, we tear it down" and "never again!"as the crowd swelled to as many as 1,000, some protesters spilled onto the road that circled the international terminal, briefly blocking access for cars attempting to get to the terminal. organizers extended the peaceful prote






about 1,000 flood sfo to protest immigration ban


the protesters sentiments has been projected onto a wall of the jfk international airport on urday.(p o: justin lane, epa)san francisco — hundreds of outraged demonstrators converged on san francisco international airport urday afternoon, in defiance of president trump's executive order banning refugees and foreign citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries entry into the u.s.waving signs reading “my grandparents were one of the lucky ones" and "one earth, one people, one love,” they chanted in full throat, "you put a wall, we tear it down" and "never again!"as the crowd swelled to as many as 1,000, some protesters spilled onto the road that circled the international terminal, briefly blocking access for cars attempting to get to the terminal. organizers extended the peaceful prote






bledsoe scores 41 but nuggets beat suns again, 123-112


phoenix — danilo gallinari scored 32 points and denver took a ntage of a third-quarter parade to the free throw line to beat the phoenix suns for the second time in three nights, 123-112 on urday.eric bledsoe scored a career-high 41 for the suns. devin booker added 23.kenneth faried had 21 points and 13 rebounds for the nuggets, winners of three straight and seven of their last nine.denver won despite the absence of center nikola jokic, who left with a left hip flexor strain late in thursday night's 127-120 victory.the nuggets were 18 of 19 at the foul line in the third quarter, when phoenix starting forwards t.j. warren and marquese chriss had five fouls and booker four. denver finished 37 of 42 at the line.






roller-coaster day of protest at jfk and in brooklyn


hundreds of people who gathered outside a brooklyn courthouse urday night and hundreds more who had demonstrated throughout the day and into the evening at kennedy airport erupted into cheers as word spread that a federal judge had partially blocked president donald trump’s order for a 90-day ban on entry of non-u.s.-citizens from seven muslim-majority countries.the decision from u.s. district court judge ann m. donnelly, in a hastily called emergency hearing, capped a roller-coaster day that included protesters blocking roads at the airport and statements from civil liberties and democratic officials that trump’s policy is discriminatory and unamerican.most popular nation storiesthe president’s action on friday had prompted several organizations to join in filing suit early urday against






p os: protesters welcome refugees, protest trump policy at airports across u.s.


brandon wade – ociated pressgallery: southern methodist university student osama aloabi, left, and his brother, a smu graduate, tarek alolabi, right, demonstrate against president donald trump's executive order barring muslims from certain middle eastern countries from entering the united states at dallas fort worth airport, urday, jan. 28, 2017, in dallas. the aloabi's parents, who are syrian, are being detained by immigration officials at the airport.






former neighbor recalls suspected killer as grieving widower


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






woman remembers suspected killer’s tears over dead wife


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






protesters gather at minneapolis airport in wake of refugee ban


protesters gathered late urday afternoon at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport, just hours after several travelers were detained as part of president donald trump's crackdown on the admission of refugees.minnesotans planned a 5 p.m. solidarity rally at the terminal 1 international baggage claim opposing trump's executive order barring migrants from seven primarily muslim countries — including business people, students and those with valid visas. before the rally, there were no known detainments of immigrants entering msp.the rally followed airport protests nationwide, including a daylong demonstration outside new york's john f. kennedy international airport, where two iraqi men were detained urday morning. one has since been released.a delta airlines spokeswoman said the compan






former neighbor recalls suspected killer as grieving widower


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






theresa may does 'not agree' with us ban on refugees


media captiontheresa may: "well, the united states is responsible for the united states policy on refugees"theresa may does "not agree" with donald trump's refugee ban and will appeal to the us if it affects british citizens, downing street has said.the prime minister was criticised for refusing to condemn president trump's executive order on urday.it halted all refugee admissions and has temporarily barred people from seven muslim-majority countries. at an earlier news conference in turkey, mrs may said it was up to the us to decide its own policy.mr trump has also banned syrian refugees indefinitely and suspended visas for people from six other countries.'weak failure' the pm's refusal to openly challenge the ban had prompted criticism from politicians, including conservative mps.heidi a






theresa may does 'not agree' with us ban on refugees


media captiontheresa may: "well, the united states is responsible for the united states policy on refugees"theresa may does "not agree" with donald trump's refugee ban and will appeal to the us if it affects british citizens, downing street has said.the prime minister was criticised for refusing to condemn president trump's executive order on urday.it halted all refugee admissions and has temporarily barred people from seven muslim-majority countries. at an earlier news conference in turkey, mrs may said it was up to the us to decide its own policy.mr trump has also banned syrian refugees indefinitely and suspended visas for people from six other countries.'weak failure' the pm's refusal to openly challenge the ban had prompted criticism from politicians, including conservative mps.heidi a






minnesota duluth edges st. cloud state in ot for final north star college cup ti


it was announced last week that the north star college cup would be discontinued because of a lack of fan interest. urday, st. cloud state and minnesota duluth gave the spectators at xcel energy center something to remember it by.kyle osterberg scored six minutes into overtime, giving umd a 2-1 victory over the huskies in the championship game. the second-ranked bulldogs (17-5-4) hoisted the minnesota red oak trophy for the first time, becoming the fourth school to win the four-year-old tournament. alex iafallo also scored for umd, which rallied from a 1-0 deficit to beat st. cloud state (12-13-1).umd's hunter miska stopped 31 of 32 s s and was named the tournament's most valuable player. the freshman from stacy, minn., ended the tournament with 68 saves on 71 s s in victories over st. clo






11 men held at jfk, one other released following trump travel ban


lawyers for two iraqi men detained at kennedy airport filed suit early urday to compel their release and to block full enforcement of president donald trump’s executive order barring entry of any non-u.s. citizens from iraq, iran and five other majority-muslim countries and temporarily banning refugees from entering the country.one of the men was released at about 1 p.m. urday, and attorneys said they were negotiating the release of at least one more person. eleven other people in the airport were being detained.most popular nation storiesby midday, iran had retaliated against the trump-imposed ban against its citizens with its own action blocking u.s. citizens from entering iran.representatives for the white house could not immediately be reached for comment.rep. jerry nadler and rep. nyd






11 men held at jfk, one other released following trump travel ban


lawyers for two iraqi men detained at kennedy airport filed suit early urday to compel their release and to block full enforcement of president donald trump’s executive order barring entry of any non-u.s. citizens from iraq, iran and five other majority-muslim countries and temporarily banning refugees from entering the country.one of the men was released at about 1 p.m. urday, and attorneys said they were negotiating the release of at least one more person. eleven other people in the airport were being detained.most popular nation storiesby midday, iran had retaliated against the trump-imposed ban against its citizens with its own action blocking u.s. citizens from entering iran.representatives for the white house could not immediately be reached for comment.rep. jerry nadler and rep. nyd






11 men held at jfk, one other released; migrants held in cairo


lawyers for two iraqi men detained at kennedy airport filed suit early urday to compel their release and to block full enforcement of president donald trump’s executive order barring entry of any non-u.s. citizens from iraq, iran and five other majority-muslim countries and temporarily banning refugees from entering the country.one of the men was released at about 1 p.m. urday, and attorneys said they were negotiating the release of at least one more person. eleven other people in the airport were being detained.most popular nation storiesby midday, iran had retaliated against the trump-imposed ban against its citizens with its own action blocking u.s. citizens from entering iran.representatives for the white house could not immediately be reached for comment.rep. jerry nadler and rep. nyd






11 men held at jfk, one other released following trump travel ban


lawyers for two iraqi men detained at kennedy airport filed suit early urday to compel their release and to block full enforcement of president donald trump’s executive order barring entry of any non-u.s. citizens from iraq, iran and five other majority-muslim countries and temporarily banning refugees from entering the country.one of the men was released at about 1 p.m. urday, and attorneys said they were negotiating the release of at least one more person. eleven other people in the airport were being detained.most popular nation storiesby midday, iran had retaliated against the trump-imposed ban against its citizens with its own action blocking u.s. citizens from entering iran.representatives for the white house could not immediately be reached for comment.rep. jerry nadler and rep. nyd






nyc airport becomes scene of anguish after trump travel ban


new york (ap) — new york city’s kennedy airport be e a scene of anguish and desperation urday for the families of people detained after arriving in the u.s. from nations subject to president donald trump’s travel ban.many flights to the u.s. already were in the air friday when the president’s order barred entry to citizens of seven predominantly muslim nations. a federal judge in new york urday night issued an emergency order temporarily barring the u.s. from deporting people who arrived with valid visas or an approved refugee application. but trump’s immigration ban caused chaos earlier in the day.lawyers and advocates working at the airport said they didn’t have a hard count on the number of people taken into custody after getting off their flights.yosre ghaled, 25, was among about a doz