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5 ways trump is mentally torturing us now


“i had more people crying in my office the day after the election than honestly i’ve had since the day after 9/11,” dan hartman, a philadelphia-based psychiatrist, told philly.com about his patients’ reactions to donald trump becoming president. four months in, the wounds are still fresh, and the trump administration, with its trampling of rights, unending…






south african big-game hunter dies after zimbabwe elephant trampling


authorities in zimbabwe say a south african hunter died after being trampled by an elephant. a wildlife official said monday that hunter theunis botha was with a client near zimbabwe's hwange national park when he "unknowingly" walked into a herd of elephants on friday. simukai nyasha, spokesman for the zimbabwe national parks and wildlife management authority, says 51-year-old botha was on a 10-day, licensed hunt. the hunter ran a firm, theunis botha big game safaris and hounds. on the company's website, botha is described as a specialist in using hounds to hunt leopards.






travel troubleshooter: two years later, my $1,400 refund from hotels.com is stil


q: i booked five nights at the majestic colonial punta cana in punta cana, dominican republic, through hotels.com in june 2015. i had major shoulder surgery around christmas and was told by my doctor that i couldn’t fly.the hotel’s cancellation policy stated that cancellations needed to be made at least one week before arrival. i logged into my hotels.com account more than two weeks before my scheduled arrival, but it said that my itinerary does not exist. if it had “existed,” then i could have canceled.i called hotels.com to resolve this over the phone. i was put on hold for more than an hour. when i got through, a representative couldn’t find my itinerary in the system, either. eventually hotels.com did find it, and i was assured there would be no problem in getting my refund.but the ref






help, i’m still waiting for a refund from hotels.com


when mike foley cancels his resort reservation, hotels.com promises him a refund. but more than a year later, his $1,400 is still missing.q: i booked five nights at the majestic colonial punta cana in punta cana, dominican republic, through hotels.com in june 2015. i had major shoulder surgery around christmas and was told by my doctor that i couldn’t fly.the hotel’s cancellation policy stated that cancellations needed to be made at least one week before arrival. i logged into my hotels.com account more than two weeks before my scheduled arrival, but it said that my itinerary does not exist. if it had “existed,” then i could have canceled.i called hotels.com to resolve this over the phone. i was put on hold for more than an hour. when i got through, a representative couldn’t find my itiner






you know what's worse than overreacting to terror? normalizing it


the day after islamic terrorists struck england for the second time in a month, new york times columnist paul krugman offered the prevailing liberal talking point of the day. stop panicking. “i’m going to london later this week,” he mocked on twitter, “omg! i might be stabbed! or i might get hit by a drunk driver tonight, or run over by a cab tomorrow.”he might. and if he did, although tragic and sad, it would have little effect on the population of england, for a good reason. we are resigned to a certain level of random criminality and misfortune in western society. in free societies, we do our best to mitigate the damage without trampling on civil rights, but it’s part of modern life.certainly, for the victims of violence—their friends and family, as well—there’s little difference. the c






california's brand new atty. gen. xavier becerra announces he'll run for the pos


california atty. gen. xavier becerra on thursday formally announced his bid to run for election to the post in 2018, telling supporters he is ready to continue to battle the trump administration when he thinks the president is trampling on rights. “the stakes could not be higher,” becerra wrote in an email to supporters. “only a few days after i took the oath of office as california attorney general, the white house began issuing unconstitutional and un-american executive orders that shouldn't see the light of day.” becerra, 59, was appointed by gov. jerry brown to fill the last two years of kamala harris' term after she was elected to the u.s. senate. becerra has already filed friend-of-the-court briefs in two lawsuits challenging trump’s travel bans. “i want to fight for your rights






elephant herd attacks group of park employees, killing one


johannesburg -- a herd of elephants has attacked a group of wildlife park employees in south africa, trampling one to death and seriously injuring another. south africa’s national parks service said friday that the incident occurred thursday afternoon near a camp in the flagship kruger national park. south african news outlet lowvelder reported that an emergency service representative said one woman suffered fatal injuries after “the elephant tusk entered her lower back and exited her chest.” the injured woman was transported to a clinic with a broken femur, lowvelder reported.the parks service says police and medics were called to the scene and an investigation is underway. there have been occasional reports in some african countries of villagers being killed or injured by elephants, whic






the winds have fried my fridge, the tv and the new dryer in a blitz of bad luck.


know what’s really helpful? when your daughter gives you driving tips.“dad, traffic always slows near la brea,” she warns me while we’re driving the 10.ten years ago i taught her how to drive, and now she is teaching me. how fortunate am i to have access to that kind of knowledge and experience?“my palms are sweaty from the way you drive,” she says with a sigh.it’s been a truly wonderful week. summer arrived on a 3:15 flight, blew in from the east on one of those notorious santa ana winds that give the power companies fits, barreling across the cajon pass, nearly trampling a truck.the hot, howling gusts grew so fierce on a friday night that something snapped, or surged, or blew a gasket. an oak branch shorted a pair of power lines maybe, or a transformer bulged with extra juice. maybe a gi






trump checks and balances proving to be vibrant


washington — under the dark gray cloud, amid the general gloom, allow me to offer a ray of sunshine. the last two months have brought a pleasant surprise: turns out the much feared, much predicted withering of our democratic institutions has been grossly exaggerated. the system lives.let me explain. donald trump’s triumph last year was based on a frontal attack on the washington “establishment,” that all-powerful, all-seeing, supremely cynical, bipartisan “cartel” (as ted cruz would have it) that allegedly runs everything. yet the establishment proved to be potemkin empty. in 2016, it folded pitifully, surrendering with barely a fight to a lightweight outsider.at which point, fear of the vaunted behemoth turned to contempt for its now-exposed lassitude and decadence. compounding the confus






american democracy is not so decadent after all


ap file/u.s. postal servicejames madison’s genius was to understand that the best bulwark against tyranny was not virtue, but ambition counteracting ambition, faction counteracting faction.under the dark gray cloud, amid the general gloom, allow me to offer a ray of sunshine. the last two months have brought a pleasant surprise: turns out the much feared, much predicted withering of our democratic institutions has been grossly exaggerated. the system lives.let me explain. donald trump’s triumph last year was based on a frontal attack on the washington “establishment,” that all-powerful, all-seeing, supremely cynical, bipartisan “cartel” (as ted cruz would have it) that allegedly runs everything. yet the establishment proved to be potemkin empty. in 2016, it folded pitifully, surrendering w






chicago needs to ease the rules on gun ranges


chicago has been fighting a losing battle on guns, and it's not quite ready to stop. in 2008, when the u.s. supreme court ruled that a washington, d.c., ban on handguns violated the second amendment, the city should have realized its own ban was doomed. instead, it went through its own litigation, which ended with the supreme court ruling that chicago, too, was trampling on a constitutional right.at that point, the city passed a new ordinance allowing chicagoans to get permits to own handguns, provided they got training at a gun range. but, in an odd twist (or a stubborn protest), the ordinance also prohibited commercial gun ranges. as might have been expected, the range ban was struck down by the 7th u.s. circuit court of appeals.the city grudgingly allowed them, but only in manufacturing






as a vintage republican, i don't recognize my party these days


i feel like it is christmas, my parents have gone through a nasty divorce and i don’t know whose home to go to. on the one hand, my old home is still there, but someone new has moved in, gutted the place and made it utterly unrecognizable. on the other hand, the new house is completely unfamiliar and feels cold, foreign and unwelcoming.that’s how i’ve been explaining how i feel about politics since donald trump was elected president. i feel like a political orphan. i grew up a child of the reagan ’80s and i’ve proudly worked as part of the republican party my entire adult life. i believe in the core conservative tenets of limited yet effective government, personal responsibility, a free-market economy and a strong national defense — vintage republican values.but that’s not the republican p






only trump derangement syndrome can explain calls for impeachment


for months now, progressives have been calling for president trump’s impeachment on grounds ranging from his supposed violation of the emoluments clause to his claim that the obama administration wiretapped his phones at trump tower. so many democrats have brought up impeaching trump that cnn now keeps a running list.therefore it was only a matter of time before trump’s firing of fbi director james comey sparked calls for impeachment from some prominent progressive, and last week harvard professor laurence tribe did the honors. in an op-ed for the washington post, tribe called on congress to impeach the president for “high crimes and misdemeanors,” saying that comey’s ouster amounts to obstruction of justice “vastly more serious than the ‘third-rate burglary’ that nixon tried to cover up i






gop lawmaker, pockets stuffed with bank cash, leads assault on consumer bureau


texas republican jeb hensarling, who chairs the house financial services committee, was trying to be funny. it’s the only explanation.otherwise, we’re left to assume that hensarling was being the world’s biggest corporate shill and hypocrite when he accused the head of the consumer financial protection bureau of “abusing his authority.”in a contentious hearing this week that bordered on outright abuse, hensarling told cfpb director richard cordray that “the president is clearly justified in dismissing you and i call upon the president – yet again – to do just that, and to do it immediately.”“american consumers need competitive markets and a cop on the beat to protect them from fraud and deception,” he snarled. “they don’t need washington elites trampling on their freedom of choice and pick






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netanyahu's cabinet seeks to downgrade status of arabic | israel news


israeli ministers have approved a controversial bill that will downgrade arabic as an official language and define the country as the "national home of the jewish people".the haaretz newspaper reported on sunday that if the bill were to become law, arabic would no longer be an official language and would instead be defined as having special status.in the bill, hebrew is defined as the "national language", which would become part of the country's so-called basic law, which is similar to a constitution, it said.the legislation still has to go through further drafting by the justice ministry and pass several votes in parliament.critics have described the proposed legislation, which also declares that the "right to self determination" in israel is "unique to the jewish people" as impinging on






netanyahu's cabinet seeks to downgrade status of arabic | israel news


israeli ministers have approved a controversial bill that will downgrade arabic as an official language and define the country as the "national home of the jewish people".the haaretz newspaper reported on sunday that if the bill were to become law, arabic would no longer be an official language and would instead be defined as having special status.in the bill, hebrew is defined as the "national language", which would become part of the country's so-called basic law, which is similar to a constitution, it said.the legislation still has to go through further drafting by the justice ministry and pass several votes in parliament.critics have described the proposed legislation, which also declares that the "right to self-determination" in israel is "unique to the jewish people", as impinging on






off-leash dogs running over graves, teen partyers draw ire at mountain view ceme


on memorial day, robert lau went to visit mountain view, the historic oakland cemetery where several of his family members are buried and others have paid a hefty price to be interred in the future.the redwood city resident said he observed dogs running off leash, trampling over graves. teens and young adults were playing baseball on top of plots. others were drinking alcohol. there was a loud jam session going with drums and acoustic guitars.lau was furious and blamed what he called an ongoing problem on mountain view’s active promotion of the 223-acre sprawling oasis as a public park — which he says has come at the expense of those who deserve a dignified and peaceful final resting place for their loved ones.“it’s resulted in activities that are outrageous and painful to those of us who






congress tries to navigate coming drone economy


washington – when a minnesota brewery wanted to use drones to deliver beer to remote icehouses, the federal aviation administration shot down the idea.minnesota cities that tried to regulate drone traffic on their own also learned most of their authority stops at the sky. now congress is considering new rules that would give cities and counties more control over drone traffic, while aiming to preserve the potential of drone-based commerce.lakemaid beer might not have realized its dream of buzzing beer across frozen lake mille lacs, but the drone economy is coming. amazon is testing drone delivery in the united kingdom. farmers are using drones to keep watch over their fields. minnesota sheriffs are sending the little unmanned crafts up on search and rescue missions."this could be a brave n






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crowd erupts in cheers when voter confronts gop senator at town hall


republican sen. tom cotton held a town hall wednesday night in springdale, arkansas where hundreds of his constituents showed up to brief him on their concerns about health care, the border wall, and president donald trump’s administration.in a press release ahead of the event, cotton wrote that he was looking “forward to welcoming arkansans” at the wednesday event, and they didn’t easily let him off the hook. one constituent asked, “if we’re so concerned about the deficit why are we spending 20 billion on a wall?” to loud cheers across the auditorium at springdale high school, where the event was held.one woman at the town hall called on all people affected by the affordable care act to stand up, which was followed by a crowd of people throughout the room to stand.woman at tom cotton’s to






iranians hold ‘trumpism’ cartoon contest to mock us leader


tehran, iran (ap) — iranians have organized a “trumpism” cartoon contest in which hundreds of participants were invited to submit artwork mocking the u.s. leader.the same organizers held a holocaust cartoon contest last year, which they said was meant to highlight western double standards on free speech and not to cast doubt on the nazi genocide.the logo for the contest is based on the nazi emblem, with a diagonal “t” in a white circle against a red background. one cartoon shows president donald trump painting a hitler-like mustache on the face of the statue of liberty.hadi asadi of iran, who won first prize and a $1,500 award, said he wanted to highlight the “money-mindedness and war monger nature” of trump. his cartoon shows trump wearing a jacket made of dollar notes while drooling on b






ex-police commander charged with manslaughter in 1989 uk stadium disaster


london -- prosecutors charged a former senior police commander with manslaughter on wednesday in the 1989 hillsborough stadium disaster that left 96 people dead -- long-awaited vindication for the families of the victims after authorities spent years blaming fans for the catastrophe. the charges announced against former chief superintendent david duckenfield and five others were met with applause from victims' relatives who had waged a decades-long quest for justice for their loved ones after the deaths were ruled accidental -- a decision that was overturned in 2012 after a wide-ranging inquiry found a cover-up by police. the disaster -- in which many victims were crushed against metal fences -- prompted a sweeping modernization of stadiums across britain, where standing-room-only sections






iranians hold 'trumpism' cartoon contest to mock us leader


tehran, iran — iranians have organized a "trumpism" cartoon contest in which hundreds of participants were invited to submit artwork mocking the u.s. leader.the same organizers held a holocaust cartoon contest last year, which they said was meant to highlight western double standards on free speech and not to cast doubt on the nazi genocide.the logo for the contest is based on the nazi emblem, with a diagonal "t'' in a white circle against a red background. one cartoon shows president donald trump painting a hitler-like mustache on the face of the statue of liberty.hadi asadi of iran, who won first prize and a $1,500 award, said he wanted to highlight the "money-mindedness and war monger nature" of trump. his cartoon shows trump wearing a jacket made of dollar notes while drooling on books






to aid ferrets, vaccine treats planned for prairie dogs


cheyenne, wyo. — feeding peanut butter kibbles to millions of prairie dogs — by flinging the treats from four-wheelers and dropping them from drones — could be the next big thing to help a spunky little weasel that almost went extinct.slinky with a robber-like black mask across its eyes, the endangered black-footed ferret is a fierce predator. the up to 2-foot-long weasel feeds almost exclusively on prairie dogs, rodents that live in vast colonies regularly decimated by plague outbreaks.the disease keeps threatening the food supply of ferrets bred in captivity and reintroduced on the landscape. biologists are increasingly optimistic that feeding plague vaccine to prairie dogs can improve the ferrets' success rate.starting this fall, they hope to ramp up recent plague vaccination experiment






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court: victims board can't investigate judges


madison, wis. — the board that investigates potential violations of crime victims' rights can't take any action against judges, the state supreme court ruled tuesday in a scathing opinion reinforcing the separation of power between the executive and judicial branches.justice rebecca bradley, writing for the majority, accused the legislature of trampling 200-plus years of legal doctrine when it created an entity that can reprimand and discipline wisconsin judges."encroachment on judicial power degrades the judicial independence that serves as a bulwark protecting the people against tyranny," bradley wrote. "any student of american government can recite the fundamental principle that both our state and the federal republic separate governmental powers between independent legislative, executi






iranians celebrate 1979 islamic revolution with rallies, anti-american chants an


iranians began a nationwide celebration friday to commemorate the 38th anniversary of the 1979 revolution with rallies around the country, and president h an rouhani called the new u.s. administration "a problem." demonstrators in tehran chanted traditional slogans against the u.s. and israel, including "death to america." the rallies come at a time when new u.s. president donald trump has already engaged in a war of words with iran's leadership and put tehran "on notice" over a recent ballistic missile test. among other places, hundreds of thousands of demonstrators marched toward tehran's azadi square, where rouhani addressed the crowd. he called the new u.s. administration "a problem" and said iran will strongly answer any threat from its enemies. "all of them should know that they must






iranians celebrate 1979 islamic revolution with rallies, american flag desecrati


iranians on friday marked the anniversary of the country's 1979 islamic revolution with nationwide celebrations and m rallies that saw people step on large u.s. flags laid out on the streets while president h an rouhani called the new american administration "a problem." this year, the anniversary e against the backdrop of remarks by president donald trump, who has already engaged in a war of words with iran's leadership and put tehran "on notice" over its recent ballistic missile test. at the tehran rallies friday, demonstrators chanted traditional slogans against the united states and israel, and later, hundreds of thousands marched toward the city's central azadi square, where rouhani addressed the crowds, telling them that iran will strongly answer any threat from its enemies. "all of






trump thumbs his nose at tribal sovereignty


when an indian community’s way of life is threatened by a massive oil pipeline, the federal government cannot easily put corporate interests above tribal concerns.as president donald trump steamrolls his executive order machine across this country, trampling on civil liberties and upending environmental protections, he risks getting derailed by the issue of tribal sovereignty.the status of american indians goes beyond race, class and religion. as members of tribes, indians are citizens of nations. there are more than 500 tribal nations, in fact. a century ago, when tribes ceded land and natural resources, even giving up their own culture in order to exist as nations, treaties were signed with the u.s. government. those treaties were based on a clear understanding that tribes were and would






nikki haley keeps the pressure on russia. meanwhile, trump defends putin.


the shelling and body counts have resumed in eastern ukraine. after a long stretch of relative quiet, russian-backed separatists have stoked a surge of fighting that killed at least 36 people in the last week and a half — the worst violence there since 2015. we all know who the architect of this chaos is: russian president vladimir putinamerica's new amb ador to the united nations, nikki haley, reacted with tough talk. we do want to better our relations with russia, haley said. "however, the dire situation in eastern ukraine is one that demands clear and strong condemnation of russian actions."the u.s. and the west should keep sanctions clamped onto the kremlin, haley added. smart thinking. the separatists paint themselves as freedom fighters, but make no mistake — they are backed, armed a






court bars russian opposition leader from presidential race


moscow — russian opposition leader alexei navalny was convicted wednesday in a retrial of a 2013 fraud case and given a suspended sentence, a ruling that bars him from running for president next year and appears to reflect the kremlin's reluctance to let president vladimir putin's most charismatic foe into the field.navalny vowed to keep paigning while he appeals."what we have just seen is a telegram of sorts from the kremlin, saying that they consider me, my team and people whose views i represent too dangerous to be allowed into the election paign," he said. "we do not recognize this verdict, it will be overturned, and ... i have the right to run in the election."navalny was the driving force behind m ive protests of putin's rule in 2011-2012 in moscow, electrifying crowds with chants of






sunrise visitors overload maui peak, leading to restrictions


haleakala national park, hawaii — well before dawn each morning, throngs of tourists from around the world make their way to maui's tallest peak, a dormant volcano, to see what mark twain called the "sublimest spectacle" he ever witnessed.they drive up a long, winding road through the clouds to an otherworldly, lava-rock landscape at 10,000 feet. then they bundle up and take their place for a dazzling daybreak show."just the sunrise from the top of the world — it's pretty remarkable and incomparable," julia grant of mission british columbia, canada, said on a recent visit after watching the sun peek out from the horizon and urate the sky in endless shades of yellow, orange and red.over the past year, the sunrise view from atop haleakala — hawaiian for "house of the sun" — has been attracti






maui park limits entry for 'sunrise from top of the world'


haleakala national park, hawaii — well before dawn each morning, throngs of tourists from around the world make their way to maui's tallest peak, a dormant volcano, to see what mark twain called the "sublimest spectacle" he ever witnessed.they drive up a long, winding road through the clouds to an otherworldly, lava-rock landscape at 10,000 feet. then they bundle up and take their place for a dazzling daybreak show."just the sunrise from the top of the world — it's pretty remarkable and incomparable," julia grant of mission british columbia, canada, said on a recent visit after watching the sun peek out from the horizon and urate the sky in endless shades of yellow, orange and red.over the past year, the sunrise view from atop haleakala — hawaiian for "house of the sun" — has been attracti






maui's 'top of the world' sunrise view leads to overcrowding


haleakala national park, hawaii — well before dawn each morning, throngs of tourists from around the world make their way to maui's tallest peak, a dormant volcano, to see what mark twain called the "sublimest spectacle" he ever witnessed.they drive up a long, winding road through the clouds to an otherworldly, lava-rock landscape at 10,000 feet. then they bundle up and take their place for a dazzling daybreak show."just the sunrise from the top of the world — it's pretty remarkable and incomparable," julia grant of mission british columbia, canada, said on a recent visit after watching the sun peek out from the horizon and urate the sky in endless shades of yellow, orange and red.over the past year, the sunrise view from atop haleakala — hawaiian for "house of the sun" — has been attracti






sunrise visitors overload maui peak, leading to restrictions – the denver post


by audrey mcavoy and caleb jones, ociated presshaleakala national park, hawaii — well before dawn each morning, throngs of tourists from around the world make their way to maui’s tallest peak, a dormant volcano, to see what mark twain called the “sublimest spectacle” he ever witnessed.they drive up a long, winding road through the clouds to an otherworldly, lava-rock landscape at 10,000 feet. then they bundle up and take their place for a dazzling daybreak show.“just the sunrise from the top of the world — it’s pretty remarkable and incomparable,” julia grant of mission british columbia, canada, said on a recent visit after watching the sun peek out from the horizon and urate the sky in endless shades of yellow, orange and red.over the past year, the sunrise view from atop haleakala — haw






sunrise visitors overload maui peak, leading to restrictions


national park imposes reservations on early-morning visitors to haleakala.haleakala national park, hawaii — well before dawn each morning, throngs of tourists from around the world make their way to maui’s tallest peak, a dormant volcano, to see what mark twain called the “sublimest spectacle” he ever witnessed.they drive up a long, winding road through the clouds to an otherworldly, lava-rock landscape at 10,000 feet. then they bundle up and take their place for a dazzling daybreak show.“just the sunrise from the top of the world — it’s pretty remarkable and incomparable,” julia grant of mission british columbia, canada, said on a recent visit after watching the sun peek out from the horizon and urate the sky in endless shades of yellow, orange and red.over the past year, the sunrise view






roseville armory controversy: council aims for homes on site


a dispute in roseville over whether to try and save the city’s former national guard armory is nearing an end.against the wishes of those who wanted to preserve the armory for use as a community center, the city council last week signaled its preference to redevelop the site for low-density housing instead.city officials consulted neighbors, getting what they considered a solid response: 87 comments, online or on paper. among those comments, 69 people said they preferred single-family detached homes on the site, while the community center option drew 44 positive responses, community development chief kari collins told the council.but 29 people declared that no institutional use was suitable — a hint of polarization.many in the area wanted the armory preserved partly because “some of our ol