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university launches biden policy institute


newark, del. — former vice president joe biden is joining officials at the university of delaware, his alma mater, for the launch monday of the biden institute.the institute is a new research and policy center focused on domestic issues including economic reform, environmental sustainability, criminal justice and civil rights.biden will be the founding chair of the institute, which will be part of the university's school of public policy and administration.biden will be splitting his time between the university of delaware and the university of pennsylvania, where he will head a foreign policy institute called the penn biden center for diplomacy and global engagement. the foreign policy institute will be located in washington, d.c., but biden also will have an office on the penn campus in






san diego exploring policy for naming parks, libraries, other assets


san diego would have clear rules for naming city libraries, parks and other assets in honor of civic leaders or major donors under a new policy the city council’s budget committee approved on wednesday.the goals of the policy are encouraging more philanthropy, preventing inappropriate commercialization of city assets and protecting the city from having assets named for harmful, controversial or disreputable people or organizations.the nine-page policy, which must be approved by the full council this spring, would the first to cover all city assets and combine a hodgepodge of policies individual city departments have been using.the policy also outlines the criteria, conditions and procedures that govern naming and renaming of city assets.natasha collura, the city’s executive director of cor






san diego exploring policy for naming parks, libraries, other assets


san diego would have clear rules for naming city libraries, parks and other assets in honor of civic leaders or major donors under a new policy the city council’s budget committee approved on wednesday.the goals of the policy are encouraging more philanthropy, preventing inappropriate commercialization of city assets and protecting the city from having assets named for harmful, controversial or disreputable people or organizations.the nine-page policy, which must be approved by the full council this spring, would the first to cover all city assets and combine a hodgepodge of policies individual city departments have been using.the policy also outlines the criteria, conditions and procedures that govern naming and renaming of city assets.natasha collura, the city’s executive director of cor






university launches biden policy institute


newark, del. (ap) — former vice president joe biden is joining officials at the university of delaware, his alma mater, for the launch monday of the biden institute.the institute is a new research and policy center focused on domestic issues including economic reform, environmental sustainability, criminal justice and civil rights.biden will be the founding chair of the institute, which will be part of the university’s school of public policy and administration.biden will be splitting his time between the university of delaware and the university of pennsylvania, where he will head a foreign policy institute called the penn biden center for diplomacy and global engagement. the foreign policy institute will be located in washington, d.c., but biden also will have an office on the penn campu






trump says syria attack 'crossed a lot of lines' for me, vows policy change


president suggests he will develop new syria policy and denounces assad regime.       






trump says syria attack "crossed a lot of lines" for me, vows policy change


president suggests he will develop new syria policy and denounces assad regime.       






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'united states is responsible for united states policy on refugees'


theresa may has declined to condemn president donald trump's ban on entry to the us for nationals of seven muslim-majority countries.speaking at a joint press conference in ankara with turkish benali yildirim she said: "the united states is responsible for united states policy on refugees. the uk is responsible for uk policy on refugees."






new san diego naming policy expected to spur donations


san diego has adopted a new policy for naming city libraries, parks and other assets that is expected to spur more donations, especially for renovations of balboa park’s aging buildings.the policy also aims to prevent inappropriate commercialization of city properties and protect the city from having them named for harmful, controversial or disreputable people or organizations.a city in missouri that lacked such a policy was forced to allow the ku klux klan to participate in an adopt-a-highway program after the group sued to overturn being rejected from the program.the city council last week unanimously adopted the policy, which covers all city assets and combines a hodgepodge of policies individual city departments have been using into a comprehensive and universal set of regulations.the






in policy dissent, jim mattis wields influence


defense secretary jim mattis appears to be at odds with president donald trump on russia and other key issues, setting up potential discord but also helping to nudge the white house toward more conventional policy stances.in recent days, other top administration officials have aired foreign-policy views that don’t align perfectly with the new president. vice president mike pence and secretary of state rex tillerson, for example,...






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a 17-year-old transgender teen is being forced to compete against girls because of a policy from the texas governing policy for athletics requiring students to compete against the gender listed on their birth certificates.






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a 17-year-old transgender teen is being forced to compete against girls because of a policy from the texas governing policy for athletics requiring students to compete against the gender listed on their birth certificates.






despite policy differences, jim mattis has trump’s trust


defense secretary jim mattis appears to be at odds with president donald trump on russia and other key issues, setting up potential discord but also helping to nudge the white house toward more conventional policy stances.in recent days, other top administration officials have aired foreign-policy views that don’t align perfectly with the new president. vice president mike pence and secretary of state rex tillerson, for example,...






trump sends sickening message to workplace sexual harassment victims


so vice president mike pence has a policy of not dining alone with a woman who is not his wife, and of not attending events that serve alcohol without her.the fact that this policy is kicking up controversy proves the point: men in power are in an impossible situation. they are supposed to be...






chicago police ease restrictions on use of force in new draft policy


pulling back on proposed rule changes that upset some rank-and-file officers, police superintendent eddie johnson has proposed a new use-of-force policy that is less restrictive than the one he floated five months ago.a draft policy released in october drew complaints from both officers and police reform advocates. some officers said the draft policy was too restrictive for cops making split-second decisions under pressure, while reform advocates said it didn't spell out clearly enough when police should and should not use force.in a shift in tone and policy, the new draft proposal released monday opens by proclaiming the department's commitment to officer safety while eliminating a provision saying cops must use only the least amount of force needed. the draft also softens the department'






chicago police ease restrictions on use of force in new draft policy


pulling back on proposed rule changes that upset some rank-and-file officers, police superintendent eddie johnson has proposed a new use-of-force policy that is less restrictive than the one he floated five months ago.a draft policy released in october drew complaints from both officers and police reform advocates. some officers said the draft policy was too restrictive for cops making split-second decisions under pressure, while reform advocates said it didn't spell out clearly enough when police should and should not use force.in a shift in tone and policy, the new draft proposal released monday opens by proclaiming the department's commitment to officer safety while eliminating a provision saying cops must use only the least amount of force needed. the draft also softens the department'






chicago police ease restrictions on use of force in new draft policy


pulling back on proposed rule changes that upset some rank-and-file officers, police superintendent eddie johnson has proposed a new use-of-force policy that is less restrictive than the one he floated five months ago.a draft policy released in october drew complaints from both officers and police reform advocates. some officers said the draft policy was too restrictive for cops making split-second decisions under pressure, while reform advocates said it didn't spell out clearly enough when police should and should not use force.in a shift in tone and policy, the new draft proposal released monday opens by proclaiming the department's commitment to officer safety while eliminating a provision saying cops must use only the least amount of force needed. the draft also softens the department'






google could soon delete millions of apps from google play


why it matters to you the google play store will soon be much easier to search through -- and potentially much safer to use.the google play store could shortly be a whole lot smaller. google has been sending notices out to developers around the world saying that it will soon “limit visibility” or even totally remove apps from the play store that violate google’s user data policy.so why are so many developers getting the notice? well, most of them seem to have one issue in common: the lack of a privacy policy. according to google’s user data policy, developers have to submit a valid privacy policy, especially when that app handles sensitive information. those developers will now have to submit a valid privacy policy both on the google play store listing and within the app.more: unsure if y






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life insurance. it’s one of those things no one really wants to talk about, but everyone has to.you need insurance for protection against accidents, coverage in times of need, and security when your financial situation becomes vulnerable. while regular insurance can cover car repairs, medical bills and home repairs, life insurance can make sure your family will still be provided for and left money to live on in case something happens.in this article, you’ll learn the best tricks to make sure your life insurance policy is prepared to take care of you and your family. you can consider this your quick guide to life insurance.term insurance onlyyou should never buy any sort of life insurance that is not term insurance. permanent or “whole life”, as some insurance agents are now calling it, is






trump's middle east policy could be clarified with netanyahu visit


israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu arrives in washington on tuesday hoping to find in president trump a kindred spirit and compliant ally after eight years of personal friction with president obama . the reality may be more complicated. as a candidate, trump signaled he would show staunch support for netanyahu and his allies in israel in crucial ways, including backing israel’s growing settlements in the west bank, moving the u.s. embassy to jerusalem and tearing up the iran nuclear deal . he also hinted he might reverse decades of u.s. policy by abandoning the search for a so-called two-state solution that envisions an israeli nation and a palestinian nation living side by side in peace. but after three rocky weeks in office, trump has backed down on a raft of foreign policy i






americans have 3 ‘binary choices’ about replacing obamacare


during the run-up to the aborted vote on house republicans’ obamacare “repeal-and-replace” legislation, speaker paul ryan repeatedly called the vote a “binary choice”: republicans could support the leadership-drafted legislation, or, by failing to do so, effectively choose to keep obamacare in place.the rhetoric led to criticism of the speaker for attempting to bully or rush members of congress into supporting legislation despite policy concerns and political unpopularity. that said, health care policy does involve several largely binary choices. they do not break down along the political fault lines the speaker proposed—support the leadership bill, or support obamacare—but they demonstrate how health policy involves significant trade-offs that should be made very explicit as part of the p






universities form policy institute partnerships with biden


newark, del. (ap) — the university of delaware is collaborating with former vice president joe biden to establish a new domestic policy institute.officials also announced tuesday that biden has been named benjamin franklin presidential practice professor at the university of pennsylvania, where he will lead the penn biden center for diplomacy and global enga ent.biden will serve as founding chair of ud’s biden institute, a research and policy center focused on issues including the economy, the environment, civil rights and criminal justice. the institute will be part of the university’s school of public policy and administration.the university of pennsylvania center will be focused on diplomacy, foreign policy, and national security. it will be located in washington, d.c., but biden also w






official: poland needs less trust in eu, bolder policy


warsaw, poland — poland's foreign minister says the government needs to have less confidence in the european union and make its policy more aggressive.witold waszczykowski said, however, that poland wants to remain in the eu, which it joined in 2004.he was quoted by the super express tabloid saturday, following an eu summit that was marked by poland's ire over the re-election of donald tusk, a pole, for a top eu job. warsaw protested against tusk because of poland's internal politics.waszczykowski said the eu policy at the summit was of "double standards and deceptions." he insisted poland had hoped for understanding and support, but got none.he said poland must now "drastically lower the level of trust toward the eu. and start negative politics," like blocking initiatives of other member






immigrant parents in n.j. fear separation from their kids


closeskip in skipxembedxsharewatch: rallies, raids and policy; immigration in new jerseyraw video: demonstrators nose-to-nose over immigration battle | 7:45a scene from a pro-sanctuary city rally outside of red bank borough hall monday evening russ zimmer1 of 9closeskip in skipxembedxsharewatch: rallies, raids and policy; immigration in new jerseyred bank rally | 0:11pro-immigration crowd chants, "si se puede," spanish for "yes we can." payton guion 2 of 9closeskip in skipxembedxsharewatch: rallies, raids and policy; immigration in new jerseya day without immigrants | 1:04many around monmouth and ocean counties participated in a "day without immigrants" to protest president trump's immigration policy and demonstrate the impact immigrants have on the economy. ryan ross | dan radel3 of 9clos






immigrant parents in n.j. fear separation from their kids


closeskip in skipxembedxsharewatch: rallies, raids and policy; immigration in new jerseyraw video: demonstrators nose-to-nose over immigration battle | 7:45a scene from a pro-sanctuary city rally outside of red bank borough hall monday evening russ zimmer1 of 9closeskip in skipxembedxsharewatch: rallies, raids and policy; immigration in new jerseyred bank rally | 0:11pro-immigration crowd chants, "si se puede," spanish for "yes we can." payton guion 2 of 9closeskip in skipxembedxsharewatch: rallies, raids and policy; immigration in new jerseya day without immigrants | 1:04many around monmouth and ocean counties participated in a "day without immigrants" to protest president trump's immigration policy and demonstrate the impact immigrants have on the economy. ryan ross | dan radel3 of 9clos






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cubans trying to reach america by sea despite change in u.s. policy


apmarch 20, 2017, 9:53 pmcuban migrant denis gomez, 45, hold up his daughter dalia caridad, 4, during a meeting at a shelter in panama city, fri., jan. 13, 2017. president barack obama announced thursday he is ending a longstanding immigration policy that allows any cuban who makes it to u.s. soil to stay and become a legal resident. the repeal of the “wet foot, dry foot” policy is effective immediately. ap miami -- cubans are still making risky sea journeys to the u.s. despite the end of a policy that allowed them to stay if they made it to american soil, officials said monday.the u.s. coast guard said it intercepted 65 cubans trying to reach florida or puerto rico since jan. 12. that’s when former president barack obama ended the so-called “wet foot, dry foot” policy as part of the norma






nebraska supreme court rules in favor of gay couples in foster care case


a former state policy that banned gay couples from becoming foster parents was the same as a “whites only” employment sign, the nebraska supreme court wrote in a ruling released on friday that affirmed a lower court’s decision.the ruling comes four years after three same-sex couples filed a lawsuit against nebraska, arguing that a 1995 state policy prohibiting gay couples from being foster care parents and adopting wards of the state is unconstitutional.a state district court in 2015 ruled for the couples and ordered the state policy to be rescinded.the state appealed to the nebraska supreme court on the grounds that the couples did not have standing because they did not apply for and were not rejected for a foster care license or having a state ward placed in their homes.the state also ar






post white house, biden collaborating with 2 universities


newark, del. (ap) — now that he’s left the white house, former vice president joe biden will split his time between programs at the university of delaware and the university of pennsylvania.officials announced tuesday that biden will establish a new domestic policy institute at the university of delaware and will head a foreign policy institute for the university of pennsylvania. the foreign policy center will be located in washington, d.c., but biden also will have an office on the penn pus in philadelphia.biden will be founding chair of ud’s biden institute, a research and policy center focused on issues including the economy, the environment, civil rights and criminal justice. it will be part of the university’s school of public policy and administration.he has been named benjamin frank






do ivanka trump and jared kushner have too much power?


by henry f. (chip) carey, associate professor, political science , georgia state university. trump and ivanka walk to board marine one on the south lawn of the white house, feb. 1, 2017. ap photo/evan vucci much attention has been focused recently on president trump’s “new” foreign policy. this policy change is symbolized by the u.s. missile…






syria, north korea an early test of trump's foreign policy


in a white house marked by rival factions, it has become difficult to figure out who exactly is in charge of foreign policy. on wednesday, trump removed white house chief strategist stephen bannon from the national security council. the change suggested that national security adviser h.r. mcmaster, who has a traditional view of u.s. power and global leadership obligations, was gaining influence over policymaking.for his part, trump left many guessing about his ultimate intentions in syria and north korea. "i don't like to say where i'm going and what i'm doing," he said.his broader view of foreign policy, though, was clearer and unchanging."i just have to say that the world is a mess," he said. "i inherited a mess."






for trump foes, democratic gains may remain elusive in 2018


ironically, democratic chances for huge congressional gains may depend on trump's success at enacting his agenda. the republican wave in 2010 was fueled by voter backlash against obama's policies, headlined by the health care law that quickly be e known as "obamacare.""politicians sometimes think that they made promises and their voters want them to keep them, but the historical pattern is the opposite — that public opinion moves against the direction of policy change," said political scientist matt grossmann, director of the institute for public policy and social research at michigan state university."so the more donald trump is successful — and the republican party is successful — in moving policy to the right, the bigger the backlash is likely to be." ociated press






trump hints at military action to retaliate against assad after chemical attack


president donald trump has vowed to follow a radically new approach to foreign policy that jettisons the costly mantle of moral leadership in favor of america's most immediate economic and security interests.this week, crises in syria and north korea have put trump's "america first" foreign policy... (greg jaffe)






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trump warms to china as he abandons his foreign policy campaign pledges


washington — nearly three months into office, president donald trump has dropped much of his unorthodox campaign rhetoric on foreign policy and embraced a much more establishment view that in many ways doesn’t differ much from his democratic predecessor. at a news conference on wednesday, trump praised chinese president xi jinping, whose country he had once…






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even when it’s not your birthday, you can expect to hear many happy returns at plenty of retailers. it’s a policy that makes a lot of sense (and dollars, too). tracy smith does the math: if you’ve ever bought khakis or a school uniform, you probably know lands’ end. and if you’ve ever tried to return something there, you know their policy, too: love it forever or get a refund. no time limit.seems like it’d be hard to make any money that way, but lands’ end has turned a corporate policy into an empire.the sprawling company headquarters in dodgeville, wis. -- more than a million square feet in size -- has a kind of airplane hangar quality to it. cbs news here, customers worldwide can order up a pair of pants, get them custom hemmed, even monogrammed with their name. and if they ever fall out






johnson, a black nasa pioneer, finds acclaim at 98 – the denver post


victoria st. martin,the washington postfame has finally found katherine johnson – and it only took 98 years, six manned moon landings, a best-selling book and an oscar-nominated movie.for more than 30 years, johnson worked as a nasa mathematician at langley research center in hampton, virginia, where she played an unseen but pivotal role in the country’s space missions. that she was an african-american woman in an almost all-male and white workforce made her career even more remarkable.now, three decades after retiring from the agency, johnson is portrayed by actress taraji henson in “hidden figures,” a film based on a book of the same name. the movie tells how a group of black women – world-cl mathematicians all – helped provide nasa with data crucial to the success of the agency’s early