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thousands in mexico march to demand respect, reject trump


apfebruary 12, 2017, 11:03 pma woman carries an effigy of u.s. president donald trump during a march to protest against trump’s proposed border wall and to call for unity, in mexico city, mexico, feb. 12, 2017.  reuters/jose luis gonzalez mexico city -- about 20,000 people staged a march through mexico’s capital sunday demanding respect for their country and its migrants in the face of perceived hostility from the administration of u.s. president donald trump.many marchers carried mexican flags and dressed in white as a sign of unity and to signal the non-political nature of the march. one of the banners read: “gracias, trump, for unifying mexico!” playvideocbsntrump says "great" wall being designed right now president trump focused on national security while speaking to law enforcement of






mexico earmarks $50 million to back migrants in us


mexico city (ap) — mexico’s top diplomat says his country will spend about $50 million to hire lawyers for migrants facing deportation in the united states.the money will also go to outreach programs “to promote respect for mexicans’ rights.”foreign relations secretary luis videgaray says the effort “isn’t about obstructing the enforcement of the law in the united states, or much less oppose law enforcement.”videgaray also says mexico understands “it will be necessary to make some changes” to the north american free trade agreement with the u.s. and canada. but he said monday that mexico won’t accept a return to protectionist import quotas or tariffs.u.s. president donald trump has pledged to re-negotiate nafta and increase deportations, positions that have caused major frictions with mexi






why women's march participants didn't march against obama


andy cross, the denver postparticipants in the women’s march on denver make their way down glenarm place near the 16th street mall last urday. more than 100,000 people converged on downtown denver in coordination with demonstrations across the country.re: “reflecting on the women’s march on denver,” jan. 25 letters to the editor.regarding the women’s march, letter-writer david young asked why we weren’t marching the past eight years. i question whether he was blind and deaf to the myriad offensive, disgusting, misogynistic, xenophobic rhetoric spouted off by donald trump during his paign. we didn’t protest during barack obama’s terms in office because he was a champion for women’s rights, human rights, lgbtq rights, the environment, clean energy, and humane treatment of immigrants and refu






neil gorsuch’s brother says remarks about trump’s attacks on judiciary are “perf


president donald trump has said that comments by his u.s. supreme court nominee, neil gorsuch, about trump’s criticism of a federal judge were misrepresented.  but gorsuch’s brother, denver resident j.j. gorsuch, said the remarks neil gorsuch purportedly made in a private meeting are “perfectly in character.”sen. richard blumenthal, a connecticut democrat who met with the nominee, said wednesday that gorsuch described to him as “disheartening” and “demoralizing” trump’s recent criticism of the court system — a reference to insults the president has levied against a judge who blocked an executive order barring travel from seven predominantly muslim countries.a white house-appointed aide to the supreme court nominee confirmed the comments on thursday, according to published reports.trump twe






senate hearings for supreme court nominee neil gorsuch to begin march 20 – the d


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






protests continue around the country


the hashtag #resisttrumptuesdays trended tuesday, as protests against president trump's immigration policies and cabinet nominees continued around the country. protests took place in brooklyn; kansas city, mo.; miami; minneapolis; new brunswick, n.j.; tucson; and worcester, m ., as well as outside of lawmakers' offices in washington, d.c. in brooklyn, thousands of protesters marched to the apartment building of u.s. sen. chuck schumer (d-n.y.) to demand that he reject president trump's cabinet picks. in minneapolis, protesters gathered to object to trump's ban on travelers from muslim-majority countries. and in tucson, a peaceful crowd outside john mccain's office urged the senator, who had called trump's refugee ban a "self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism," to take acti






mexico protesters march against trump's immigration policies


image copyrightreutersimage caption protesters have called for mexicans to stand in "unity" against mr trump's immigration policies tens of thousands of people in mexico have taken to the streets to protest against donald trump's immigration policies and plan for a border wall.demonstrators in more than a dozen mexican cities, dressed in white, waved mexican flags and anti-trump placards.organisers said they wanted to send a message that mexico was united against mr trump.they also criticised mexican president enrique pena nieto for failing to tackle corruption and reduce violence.protester maria amparo cassar said mr trump's immigration policies were "a threat to the global community". "it should not be forgotten that american society was made by migrants and continues to be made by migra






mexico protesters march against trump's immigration policies


image copyrightreutersimage caption protesters have called for mexicans to stand in "unity" against mr trump's immigration policies tens of thousands of people in mexico have taken to the streets to protest against donald trump's immigration policies and plan for a border wall.demonstrators in more than a dozen mexican cities, dressed in white, waved mexican flags and anti-trump placards.organisers said they wanted to send a message that mexico was united against mr trump.they also criticised mexican president enrique pena nieto for failing to tackle corruption and reduce violence.protester maria amparo cassar said mr trump's immigration policies were "a threat to the global community". "it should not be forgotten that american society was made by migrants and continues to be made by migra






denver public library puts out call for donations to archive of women’s march on


the denver public library’s western history and genealogy department has put out a call for donations to help document the day more than 100,000 people turned out for the women’s march on denver.acquisitions librarian jamie seemiller said last week that the library has gotten a lot of positive response since posting the request on facebook on jan. 22, the day after the march. by wednesday morning, the library’s post had reached 25,000 people with more than 200 shares on facebook.the library has already received several donations including a symbolic sash with “suffragettes” printed on it, paying tribute to women who organized and agitated until the 19th amendment to the u.s. constitution was ratified in 1920, giving women the right to vote.pink cat-eared “pussyhats” and 20 to 30 posters ha






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


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






new mexico senate approves new medical marijuana conditions and higher plant lim


the new mexico state senate has approved revisions to cover new medical marijuana conditions and raise the cap on production to satisfy demand.






michael bennet weighs his vote after meeting with supreme court nominee neil gor


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






mike coffman calls trump travel ban an “embarr ment” – the denver post


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






michael bennet meets with donald trump to discuss neil gorsuch – the denver post


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






two dogs, cat die in southwest denver apartment fire – the denver post


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






michael bennet and cory gardner press donald trump on russia – the denver post


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






man arrested in los angeles in connection with pipe bombs found in denver hotel


a denver man of pakistani descent was arrested in west los angeles thursday by law enforcement, abc news reports.the man was found with knives and apparently flew to l.a. and was in town, potentially following an ex-girlfriend, according to abc news.law enforcement found unexploded devices at the sheraton hotel in downtown denver, where he was staying in denver, officials said.read the full story on thedenverchannel.com.






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.






body camera footage first ever to lead to charges against denver police officer


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






mexico earmarks $50 million to back migrants in us


mexico city — mexico's top diplomat said monday his country will spend about $50 million to hire lawyers for migrants in the united states facing deportation.the money will be channeled through mexican consulates in the u.s. and also go to outreach programs "to promote respect for mexicans' rights."foreign relations secretary luis videgaray said the effort "isn't about obstructing the enforcement of the law in the united states, or much less opposing law enforcement.""we are going to focus the money on one fundamental objective, which is the defense of the rights of mexicans. this means legal advice, informational paigns, the hiring of lawyers where it is necessary."videgaray also says mexico understands "it will be necessary to make some changes" to the north american free trade agreement






mexico's remittances reach almost $27 billion


mexico city — mexicans living abroad sent home almost $27 billion in 2016, the highest yearly figure on record.the remittances rose 8.8 percent, from $24.78 billion in 2015 to 26.97 billion last year.mexico's central bank said wednesday almost all the money was sent to mexico by electronic transfers. about $600 million continues to arrive in cash or by money orders.remittances have become mexico's most important source of foreign income after auto exports of almost $34 billion per year. remittances have far surp ed the $15.6 billion mexico earns from oil exports and the $17.5 billion in tourism income mexico received in 2015.u.s. president donald trump has suggested the u.s. might retain some remittances to pay for a wall between the countries, a project mexico opposes.






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.






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.






denver cop pleads guilty to stealing cash from suspect while his body camera was


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






‘you think our country is so innocent?’ – the denver post


by abby phillip, the washington postwest palm beach, fla. – president donald trump has long been effusive in his praise for russian president vladimir putin, despite criticism from republicans and democrats alike.in an interview with fox news’s bill o’reilly, which will air ahead of the super bowl on sunday, trump doubled down on his “respect” for putin – even in the face of accu ions that putin and his ociates have murdered journalists and dissidents in russia.“i do respect him. well, i respect a lot of people, but that doesn’t mean i’ll get along with them,” trump told o’reilly.o’reilly pressed on, declaring to the president that “putin is a killer.”unfazed, trump didn’t back away, but rather compared putin’s reputation for extrajudicial killings with the united states’.“there are a lot






no. 2 george washington and no. 8 denver east duel for denver prep league boys b


no. 2 george washington and no. 8 denver east meet on saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the thunderdome, with each team 7-0 in denver prep league play and the conference championship hanging in the balance.the patriots (20-2) are paced by three scorers who average double figures in senior point guard jervay green, senior guard calvin fugett and junior guard jon’il fugett, while the angels (16-6) are led by a transfer from gwhs in junior daylen kountz’s 24.9 points per game.denver post preps editor kyle newman previews the game on this week’s edition of post preps tv.






husband of denver’s district attorney accused of violating grand county burn ord


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






mexican leftist leader heads to us to challenge trump


mexican leftist 2018 presidential hopeful andres manuel lopez obrador plans to visit the united states on sunday to talk with migrants and americans about us president donald trump’s “poisonous” rhetoric.lopez obrador, who is leading in opinion polls for next year’s elections, told the daily el universal in an interview published on thursday that trump has shown a lack of respect for mexico.“this paign — because it is very poisonous — of xenophobia, of causing hate, must be confronted,” said the two-time presidential election runner-up.“we, mexicans, are being persecuted. it’s all a political strategy, so i will go to the united states precisely because of this,” said lopez obrador, who is scheduled to arrive in los angeles on sunday afternoon.“i will talk to business owners and migrants o






denver couples trade tradition for a valentine’s day marriage ceremony with herb


a general assignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he came 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.






man s to death late tuesday in denver – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






how denver be e the #1 best-living city in the us


denver is quite literally a rags to riches story––thirty years ago it was a shadow of its current self. here’s how the city be e so awesome.full story at youtube.more about denver. posted by josh urich






denver coroner releases name of man killed in rtd robbery – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






denver police investigate slaying at rtd station – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general ignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the ociated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






mexican presidential candidate wins support with trump stance


mexico city—as president donald trump upends bilateral relations with mexico, its leftist presidential hopeful andrés manuel lópez obrador is gaining momentum on the back of a nationalist backlash against the u.s.the former mexico city mayor, narrowly beaten in mexico’s two previous presidential elections, is now widening his lead in opinion polls ahead of next year’s presidential race. a poll recently conducted by el...






london protesters call for uk to withdraw trump invitation


london — thousands of protesters have marched on parliament in london to demand that the british government withdraw its invitation to u.s. president donald trump for a state visit.criticism of conservative british prime minister theresa may has swelled since her washington visit to meet trump last month, when she confirmed plans for a return visit by trump to britain expected in the summer. urday's demonstration in the british capital involved a two-mile (3-kilometer) march of several thousand people from the u.s. emb y to the houses of parliament. protesters chanted "theresa may, shame on you!"lawmakers are expected to debate british plans to invite trump later this month. an online petition calling for may to rescind the invite has attracted strong support, but may insists a trump visit






mexican presidential hopeful wins support with trump stance


mexico city—as president donald trump upends bilateral relations with mexico, its leftist presidential hopeful andrés manuel lópez obrador is gaining momentum on the back of a nationalist backlash against the u.s.the former mexico city mayor, narrowly beaten in mexico’s two previous presidential elections, is now widening his lead in opinion polls ahead of next year’s presidential race. a poll recently conducted by el...






man arrested in los angeles in connection with unexploded devices found in his d


a man with denver connections was arrested thursday in los angeles after unexploded devices were found at the sheraton denver downtown hotel.a law enforcement source told the denver post that adam hayat was taken into custody in the case and is due in court friday morning.a denver police department spokesman referred questions about the case to the fbi. the denver fire department said it could not comment.“unfortunately, i cannot comment on that because it’s an ongoing investigation,” said jessie smoger, a front desk supervisor at the sheraton. “i can’t comment.”however abc news reports that hayat, who is an american citizen and of pakistani descent, was found with knives after apparently flying to los angeles. he was arrested near the airport.law enforcement found unexploded devices at th






mexican presidential hopeful wins support with trump stance


mexico city—leftist presidential hopeful andrés manuel lópez obrador is gaining momentum on the back of a nationalist backlash against the u.s. as president donald trump upends bilateral relations with mexico.the former mexico city mayor, narrowly beaten in mexico’s two previous presidential elections, is now widening his lead in opinion polls ahead of next year’s presidential race. a poll recently conducted by el financiero...






colorado’s doug lamborn wants feds to spend less on “sesame street,” more on pen


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






two wounded in southwest denver shooting – the denver post


gunshots fired in a southwest denver neighborhood sunday night, wounding two men, drew denver police, who blocked off sheridan boulevard for several hours.the shooting near 500 south sheridan blvd. may have been related to an attempted burglary, denver police spokeswoman raquel lopez said.at the scene, a police officer had detained a man in the back of a vehicle for questioning as officers looked into what happened behind yellow tape. a black sedan was parked in front of a house where police were questioning residents.the two men suffered gunshot wounds that did not appear to be life-threatening, lopez said.police had no suspects in the shooting, she said.






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you referred to me as "people like you" and said that i surf the web from my toilet, trying to understand your post. you're not a "nice guy", even if you think you are. you say people should be treated with respect but you didn't treat me with respect. i made you a much longer, heartfelt post but i guess dumblittleman didn't like my polite reasoning, so it was deleted. hi dumblittleman.






colorado sen. michael bennet adds voice to democratic opposition to jeff session


mark k. matthews is the washington correspondent for the denver post. he’s covered congress and the white house for a decade, first for the orlando sentinel and then for the post. his past work includes two jailhouse murder confessions, investigations of the va and nasa and a long, strange trip into the mudbogging world of lake county, fla.






neil gorsuch, colorado judge is donald trump’s supreme court nominee – the denve


a p o editor at the denver post, traylor joined the news organization in 2012 after getting a master's degree in p ojournalism from ohio university's school of visual communication in athens, ohio. before that, he interned as a p ojournalist at the peoria journal star in peoria, ill., the hutchinson news, in hutchinson, kan., and the dispatch and the rock island argus in moline, ill.