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wwii museum acquires german document demanding us surrender


natick, m . — a suburban boston museum with a huge trove of world war ii-era items has acquired two key documents, including one from the germans demanding the u.s. surrender.the natick-based museum of world war ii says the latest additions "epitomize the american spirit at the end of the war."the museum says it acquired the english version o erman letter demanding the u.s. surrender at bastogne, belgium, in 1944.that demand prompted u.s. gen. anthony mcauliffe's legendary retort: "nuts!"mcauliffe and the 101st airborne division were able to hold bastogne during the battle of the bulge, considered one of the u.s. military's greatest triumphs.the museum says it's also acquired an original and previously unknown mimeog hed period copy of the potsdam proclamation, which had called for japan's






over 2,000 people rally against russian cathedral handover


moscow — over 2,000 people rallied in st. petersburg on urday to protest 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 state."we won't give st. isaac's to the church. we want to save it as a museum," boris vishnevsky, a local official, told protesters in central st. petersburg."st. isaac's cathedral is part of our cultural heritage. there are so many valuable exhibits that require the work of museum specialists. the russian orthodox church does not have those specialists," said irina azbel, 43, a doctor, who was among those protesting.the rally was significantly larger than a similar demonstration attended by several hundred people earlier this month.a few dozen cou






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






over 2,000 people rally against russian cathedral handover


st. petersburg, russia — over 2,000 people rallied in st. petersburg on urday to protest 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 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 cathedral is part of our cultural heritage. there are so many valuable exhibits that require the work of museum specialists. the russian orthodox church does not have those specialists," said irina azbel, 43, a doctor, who was among those protesting.the rally was significantly larger than a similar demonstration attended by several hundred people earlier this month






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






eden prairie museum showcases aviation history year-round


the smell of oil filled the air in the brightly lit airplane hangar crammed with history.from a 1940s jeep to a p-51 d mustang — one of only six in the world to return home from world war ii combat in europe — the restored relics are unquestionably the main attractions at a new aviation museum in eden prairie.although air museums are closing elsewhere, the nonprofit wings of the north bucked the trend and opened a museum just over a year ago after nearly two decades of organizing the annual airexpo aviation show in eden prairie. it now showcases history year-round.“that’s what we’re all about, telling the history,” director bob jasperson said. “we don’t want this history to be lost.”the wings of the north museum, which will mark its second year this summer, is housed in an office building






week in review: trump's first week | state of the state | bulls in disarray


steve rosenbloom writes that this is what happens when you don't hire a respected coach who can lead. the players take over.on friday, the bulls held a team meeting with coach fred hoiberg, executive vice president john paxson and general manager gar forman. all sides vowed to move on after two days of bickering.wade and butler started friday's game with the heat on the bench as punishment. the bulls lost and were booed off the court.in other sports news:sky star player elena delle donne is seeking a trade from chicago, unhappy with the team and wanting to be closer to her delaware home, sources told the tribune's phil thompson. general manager amber stocks addressed rumors of a trade to the mystics in a statement that the team is focused on creating a "winning mindset."the cubs agreed to






diane arbus’ early work foreshadows what was to come – the mercury news


fourteen years ago the exhibit “diane arbus revelations” at the san francisco museum of modern art brought together nearly 200 of the new york p og her’s often-quirky images, plus contact sheets, notebooks and even a re-creation of her darkroom. it was a hugely successful show, revealing the expanse of images— beyond the familiar freakish subjects — captured by arbus, who died in 1971.but there was more — additional prints, negatives and papers. jeff rosenheim, who had written for that exhibit’s catalog, asked arbus’ daughter doone what she was going to do with “all that stuff.” eventually, that collection was donated to new york’s metropolitan museum of art, where rosenheim is a curator. now, from that trove of “stuff,” more than 100 rarely seen arbus p og hs are showcased at the san fran






hundreds in st. petersburg protest plan to give cathedral-turned-museum back to


protesters against the transfer of st. isaac's cathedral to the russian orthodox church gather at marsovo field in st. petersburg, russia, on jan. 28, 2017.dmitri lovetsky / ociated pressprotesters against the transfer of st. isaac's cathedral to the russian orthodox church gather at marsovo field in st. petersburg, russia, on jan. 28, 2017.protesters against the transfer of st. isaac's cathedral to the russian orthodox church gather at marsovo field in st. petersburg, russia, on jan. 28, 2017. (dmitri lovetsky / ociated press)






history's shadow / boing boing


history's shadow ab1, 2010 c-print frame: 41 x 31 inches / p o: 40 x 30 inches ed. of 7 by david maiseldavid maisel p og hs the forgotten, the unseen, and the invisible. in 2006, he captured the unclaimed copper canisters containing the ashes of patients who died at a state-run psychiatric hospital, originally known as the oregon state insane asylum, between 1883 and the 1970s. the result was library of dust, a gorgeous oversized book and exhibition. then in 2008, maisel collected a series of "black maps," huge aerial p og hs of strip mines, lake beds, and other large features that aren't easily recognizable out of context but reveal curious and provocative patterns and topog hies. his latest project is history's shadow, an exploration of memory and excavation through x-rays of artifacts f






nation and world news


texasearly morning fire destroys mosquean early morning fire urday destroyed a texas mosque that was a target of hatred several years ago and was a burglarized just a week ago. a convenience store clerk spotted smoke and flames billowing from the islamic center of victoria and called the fire department. "it's sad to stand there and watch it collapse down, and the fire was so huge," said shahid hashmi, the islamic center's president. the city asked for help from the state and federal agents to determine the cause.californiabrown to be treated for prostate cancergov. jerry brown, who was first diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012, will begin a new round of treatment for the disease, his office said. brown, 78, will continue his duties as governor during the treatment. doctors say his prog






auschwitz-themed escape room stops selling tickets amid backlash


escape from prison cell picture by shutterstock in a move surprising almost no one, an escape room inspired by the auschwitz nazi death p has decided to stop selling tickets amid public outcry over its apparent exploitation of one of the darkest chapters in the world’s history.advertisementaccording to a report by cnn, the company, dostaň se ven, located in the czech republic, released a statement yesterday explaining that the escape room event was designed to draw attention to the horrors of the holocaust, not commercialize or make light of them. the company called the backlash to its auschwitz escape room “understandable,” and pulled the sale of tickets for it from its website as a result.the belica labor p from wolfenstein: new orderthe company’s remaining escape rooms include a hanniba






remember the holocaust, ‘we stand in solidarity with our jewish brother and sist


today is international holocaust remembrance day, designated as a memorial day for the six million european jews, including 1.5 million children, that were annihilated by the nazi regime in concentration ps across german-occupied europe.the primary objective of the holiday is to honor both the deceased and surviving victims as well as to promote awareness of the holocaust worldwide. january 27 is the date, in 1945, when the largest nazi death p (auschwitz-birkenau) was liberated by soviet troops. this p was a network of nazi concentration and extermination ps built and operated by the third reich in polish areas annexed by nazi germany during world war ii. it was the largest of the german concentration ps.p og h of prisoners at auschwitz-birkenau during liberation. 1945 p omat staver, pres






with vigils, a film, a comic and plenty of marching: how the l.a. art world face


the election of donald trump to the presidency has drawn all kinds of reactions from the cultural establishment — from a plea for inclusiveness from the cast of “hamilton” on broadway (as then-vice president-elect mike pence in the audience) to a general call for a national culture strike on inauguration day, a proposal that received the support of prominent visual artists such as cindy sherman and richard serra.inauguration weekend marked an important transition point not only for the country, but for  artists who have been critical of many of trump’s policies, including the report last week that the administration may be targeting the national endowment for the arts and the national endowment for the humanities for elimination.in this climate, it seemed fitting to find out how los angele






with vigils, a film, a comic and plenty of marching: how the l.a. art world face


the election of donald trump to the presidency has drawn all kinds of reactions from the cultural establishment — from a plea for inclusiveness from the cast of “hamilton” on broadway (as then-vice president-elect mike pence in the audience) to a general call for a national culture strike on inauguration day, a proposal that received the support of prominent visual artists such as cindy sherman and richard serra.inauguration weekend marked an important transition point not only for the country, but for  artists who have been critical of many of trump’s policies, including the report last week that the administration may be targeting the national endowment for the arts and the national endowment for the humanities for elimination.in this climate, it seemed fitting to find out how los angele






melania trump's lawsuit against blogger can go forward, judge rules


apjanuary 27, 2017, 3:55 pm34p osfirst lady melania trump is seen at the salute to our armed services inaugural ball at the national building museum in washington jan. 20, 2017. saul loeb/afp/getty images rockville, md. -- first lady melania trump can move ahead with a libel lawsuit she filed against a blogger who reported rumors that she worked as a high-end escort, a judge ruled friday.playvideocbsnmelania trump featured on cover of mexico's vanity fair just after mexico's president canceled a meeting with president trump, mexico's version of vanity fair magazine e out with a cover featuring f... the blogger, webster tarpley of gaithersburg, sought to have the lawsuit dismissed. his lawyer argued friday in montgomery county circuit court that tarpley accurately reported in an august blog






women who started feminism would have joined the march for life


these great matrons of the feminist movement could not fathom the idea of abortion as central to a ‘woman’s health’ and ‘reproductive rights’ when it fails to serve either.last week’s pro-abortion women’s march on washington was bigly by any measure but did not represent all women, probably not even the majority of women, as a very insightful canadian columnist explained earlier this week.those who were excluded from that march are a damning judgment on it. the new york timesreported last friday that hillary was not honored at the march. her sin? according the times, being an adult and attending the inauguration. so it wasn’t just a pro-abortion march, but an anti-trump debate.hillary was not on the speaker’s list. the woman who e within a hair of becoming president was not on the march’s






pokémon go on apple watch vs. pokémon go plus: which should you wear?


as a location-based game, pokémon go is perfect for when you’re on your commute, walking to a store, or just out and about. however, there’s one big h le to the experience: the need to have the app open and on your screen to track distance, ding nearby pokéstops, and try to catch pokémon. that makes it difficult to play when you are, for example, holding the hand of a small child, carrying bags, or just simply trying to watch where you’re walking. the pokémon go plus, released in september, helps with a lot of that. it’s a tiny wearable device, worn around the wrist or clipped onto clothes, that buzzes and lights up any time you’re near a pokémon or pokéstop, and can automatically snag items or try to catch the creature with a press of a on. it’ll also track all of your distance when act






border wall: san diego's been there, done that


on wednesday, president donald trump ordered the “immediate construction” of a wall on the u.s.-mexico border.memo to the white house from san diego: done.while trump has portrayed this as a bold new initiative, reinforced fences have marked the border for decades. today, they snake across one-third of the border — including 46 miles of the 60-mile boundary between san diego county and mexico.“for somebody who lives in san diego, we understand we already have a wall,” said alejandra castañeda, a clairemont resident who researches immigration at tijuana’s el colegio de la frontera norte. “not only one wall, but a triple wall in some areas.”last year, the san diego union-tribune published a series called “on the border wall.” it examined our wall, its history and its impact on both sides of






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap) 16 connectlinkedinemailmorepallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. hou






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)hello, 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 shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is






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)hello, 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 shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is






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)hello, 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 shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is






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)hello, 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 shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is






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)hello, 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 shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is






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)hello, 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 shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is






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)hello, 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 shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is






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)hello, 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 shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is






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) 19 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. 






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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.