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what you need to know about the border in san diego and the wall


what you need to know about the border in san diego and the wallwhat you should know about the u.s.-mexico border and the wall trump has ordered.what you should know about the u.s.-mexico border and the wall trump has ordered.see more videos






local backlash over trump's order to temporarily halt visas, start 'extreme vett


abdul “lucky” manan spent years working as an interpreter for u.s. special forces in afghanistan, helping military troops navigate the language, culture and “rules” of his homeland.it was a dangerous job that e with the promise of a special visa, which took three years and landed him in san diego two months ago.members of manan’s family were still waiting for their own promised visas, when president donald trump signed an executive order friday to block visas from specific from muslim-majority countries known for terrorist activities.“i lost family and friends who were killed because of my job. had i known, i would never have taken the job,” said manan, 31. “now, i fear for my family more than ever.”manan is part of a coalition of local civic leaders, national security experts and refugees






trump's order stokes fear among san diego's immigrants


anxiety and uncertainty hung over many immigrant communities in san diego county urday as the repercussions of president donald trump’s travel and immigration ban from seven predominately muslim countries began to play out across the globe.“almost everyone that comes to our organization is going to be affected by this in some way,” vanessa dojaquez, a senior immigration supervisor at the international rescue committee, said urday. the organization helps about 9,000 refugees a year with everything from civil rights and income taxes to small business loans and learning the english language at its offices in city heights and el cajon, she said.friday’s executive order indefinitely blocked anyone fleeing syria and imposed a 90-day ban on entry to the u.s from seven majority muslim countries — 






trump's order stokes fear among san diego's immigrants


anxiety and uncertainty hung over many immigrant communities in san diego county urday as the repercussions of president donald trump’s travel and immigration ban from seven predominately muslim countries began to play out across the globe.“almost everyone that comes to our organization is going to be affected by this in some way,” vanessa dojaquez, a senior immigration supervisor at the international rescue committee, said urday. the organization helps about 9,000 refugees a year with everything from civil rights and income taxes to small business loans and learning the english language at its offices in city heights and el cajon, she said.friday’s executive order indefinitely blocked anyone fleeing syria and imposed a 90-day ban on entry to the u.s from seven majority muslim countries — 






trump blocks muslim refugees, america loses a part of itself


let me address those celebrating president donald trump’s executive order barring refugees from syria and other predominantly muslim countries.let me address those who think keeping out muslim refugees has somehow made us safer. that it has somehow made america better. that it has somehow shown us to be strong. you are wrong. woefully, embarr ingly, pathetically wrong.as trump signed the order friday — with vice president mike pence and defense secretary james mattis, two men who had previously denounced such an order, standing at his side, complicit — the terrorists won. the islamic state militant group won. this is exactly what they wanted. for us to defy who we are, who we've always been.  they can claim victory for getting us to bend to their will, not due to force, but due to fear. ba






donald trump's order bars syrian refugees from entering the u.s.


donald trump has remained fixated on closing america’s borders to immigrants and refugees since he began his paign. now, according to cnn, a new executive order signed by the president will put his controversial legislation, mainly concerning muslims, into action.on friday (jan. 27), trump enacted the mandate under the name “protection of the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states.” specifically, he hopes syrian citizens seeking refuge would instead utilize his proposed “safe zones” within their country to relocate amid syria’s internal war.read: miami-dade mayor revokes “sanctuary city” status after donald trump’s executive orderduring a press conference, trump said the arrival of syrian refugees on american soil “is detrimental to the interests of the united states an






donald trump's order bars syrian refugees from entering the u.s.


donald trump has remained adamant on closing america’s borders to immigrants and refugees since he began his paign. now, according to cnn, a new executive order signed by the president will put his controversial legislation, mainly concerning muslims, into action.on friday (jan. 27), trump enacted the mandate under the name “protection of the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states.” specifically, he hopes syrian citizens seeking refuge would instead utilize his proposed “safe zones” within their country to relocate amid syria’s internal war.read: miami-dade mayor revokes “sanctuary city” status after donald trump’s executive orderduring a press conference, trump said the arrival of syrian refugees on american soil “is detrimental to the interests of the united states an






trump shames us with policies based on fear


donald trump’s “extreme vetting” plan to keep out “radical islamic terrorists,” is a policy based in fear, rather than facts. the ban suspends immigration from seven muslim-majority nations for 90 days and suspends all entry of syrian nationals indefinitely. this means the fixers that have saved my life in the middle east for the past two…






donald trump’s #muslimban sparks outrage and fear


disgraceful, a travesty, racist. these were some of the words used to describe a measure signed off by us president donald trump that suspends immigration from several muslim-majority countries, and indefinitely bans syrians – including refugees – from entering. closing off his first week in office, trump signed the order on friday at the pentagon, saying…






top u.s. luxury els - the san diego union-tribune


best of the best in luxury lodgingfrom urban oases to oceanfront resorts, tripadvisor's ranking of top luxury els for 2017 put san diego's fairmont grand del mar at the top of the list. tripadvisor's annual travelers' choice awards rely on feedback from visitors to the trip planning and booking website. categories for properties across the globe include luxury, bargain, small, service, b&b's and inns, romance and family.from urban oases to oceanfront resorts, tripadvisor's ranking of top luxury els for 2017 put san diego's fairmont grand del mar at the top of the list. tripadvisor's annual travelers' choice awards rely on feedback from visitors to the trip planning and booking website. categories for properties across the globe include luxury, bargain, small, service, b&b's and inn






protest at jfk airport over trump's refugee ban


protests have broken out at the john f kennedy (jfk) international airport in new york city as immigrants, including us green card holders, are detained following right-wing president donald trump's executive order placing harsh restrictions on travelers from several muslim-majority countries. hundreds of demonstrators chanted "no ban, no wall, sanctuary for all!" and "no hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here!" while gathering outside the airport's terminal four arrivals section. is donald trump's agenda symbolic?the protests e in response to p port holders from arab countries being blocked on urday from p ing through customs at us airports, while others were prevented from boarding us-bound planes.on friday, trump signed an executive order to curb immigration and the entry of refugee






rescued yorkies now up to 123


an elderly couple said to have hoarded 92 yorkies in a feces-filled home in poway actually had 31 more dogs hidden off-site, the san diego humane society said friday. the little dogs were found at a different poway location on tuesday evening and taken into custody, spokeswoman kelli schry said. that increases the total number of dogs turned over by the couple to 123 — 114 dogs and nine puppies. already, more than 200 peole have reached out to the humane society via facebook or email to express interest in adopting the animals, schry said., but that doesn’t put them on any kind of list for consideration. updates on when the animals will be available for adoption, as well as how to apply, will be posted on the humane society’s website. schry suggested that people sign up for the society’s e






trump executive order could be used to deport green card holders


president donald trump’s crack down on immigration could result in the deportation of legal immigrants and lawful permanent residents, legal scholars say. trump signed two executive orders on immigration policy wednesday. one set the framework for construction of a wall along the southern border of the u.s. the other, titled “enhancing public safety in the interior…






california student was forced to urinate in a bucket during cl . she sued


by lindsey bever, (c) 2017, the washington posta southern california cl room was filled with high school freshmen when one of them realized that she needed to run to the restroom.patrick henry high school in san diego, however, had a policy at the time stipulating that students were not permitted to take bathroom breaks during cl – and the teacher took a strict interpretation of it.the teacher, gonja wolf, forbid the 14-year-old from leaving the cl room that wednesday in february 2012. instead, she let the pee in a bucket, then empty it in a cl room sink, according to a lawsuit.the gossip reportedly spread through the school, then hit the news media, leading to the ’s anxiety, depression and an attempted suicide.now five years later, the san diego unified school district was ordered wednes






federal judge stays deportations of detainees after challenge to trump order


the order drew cries of outrage from a range of activist and advocates for muslims, arabs and immigrants. more than 4,000 academics from universities nationwide signed a statement of opposition and voiced concern the ban would become permanent. they described it as discriminatory and "inhumane, ineffective and un-american."the executive action has caused "complete chaos" and torn apart families, said abed ayoub, legal and policy director of the american-arab anti-discrimination committee.






protest at jfk airport over trump's refugee ban


protests have broken out at the john f kennedy (jfk) international airport in new york city as immigrants, including us green card holders, are detained following right-wing president donald trump's executive order placing harsh restrictions on travellers from several muslim-majority countries. hundreds of demonstrators chanted "no ban, no wall, sanctuary for all!" and "no hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here!" while gathering outside the airport's terminal four arrivals section. other protests were held at airports in chicago, san francisco, washington, dc, among other us cities. the protests e in response to p port holders from arab countries being blocked on urday from p ing through customs at us airports, while others were prevented from boarding us-bound planes.on friday, trump






federal judge blocks deportations under trump's 'extreme vetting' order for refu


after a day of chaos at airports around the world, a federal judge in brooklyn on urday night stayed deportations under president trump’s executive order barring citizens of some muslim countries from entering the united states. u.s. district judge ann m. donnelly ordered a halt to any removal of refugees or others who hold valid visas to enter the united states—meaning those who have arrived at u.s. airports from the seven predominantly muslim countries named under the president’s executive order can remain, for now. the judge did not rule on the legality of the executive order, nor did she say that others who have not yet arrived in the u.s. can be allowed to proceed. the ruling e in response to a petition filed by the american civil liberties union on behalf of two iraqis detained a






protesters gather at minneapolis-st. paul airport in wake of refugee ban


about 100 people gathered urday evening at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport to protest president donald trump’s crackdown on refugee admissions to the united states.the protesters gathered near the terminal 1 international arrival gate, carrying signs opposing the executive order, which bars migrants from seven primarily muslim countries.they shouted slogans such as “no hate! no fear! immigrants are welcome here!” the only international flight to arrive during the hourlong demonstration was from cancun, mexico. arriving travelers appeared confused by the activity and the signs. some raised their thumbs in support.there were no known detainments of anyone coming into the minneapolis-st. paul airport urday, authorities said.the rally was one of several airport protests nationwi






protest at jfk airport over trump's refugee ban


protests have broken out at the john f kennedy (jfk) international airport in new york city as immigrants, including us green card holders, are detained following right-wing president donald trump's executive order placing harsh restrictions on travelers from several muslim-majority countries. hundreds of demonstrators chanted "no ban, no wall, sanctuary for all!" and "no hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here!" while gathering outside the airport's terminal four arrivals section. is donald trump's agenda symbolic?the protests e in response to p port holders from arab countries being blocked on urday from p ing through customs at us airports, while others were prevented from boarding us-bound planes.on friday, trump signed an executive order to curb immigration and the entry of refugee






explore rep. duncan hunter's spending with this map


the san diego union-tribune has been examining the paign spending of rep. duncan hunter, who has receipts all across the country and world. use the map below to explore what he and his paign spent during the past two years. the larger circles show larger expenditures, and the colors indicate whether hunter has reimbursed his paign.» story: rep. hunter mixed personal and paign expenses, tripsred expenses are those reimbursed, which means they were identified by his own paign as personal, mistaken or lacking documentation. yellow expenses were partially reimbursed, and green expenses were identified by the paign as allowable.drag the map to look beyond north america — there are also several expenditures in italy. zoom into san diego county or washington d.c. to see the largest clusters of ex






protesters gather at minneapolis-st. paul airport in wake of refugee ban


about 100 people gathered urday evening at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport to protest president donald trump’s crackdown on refugee admissions to the united states.the protesters gathered near the terminal 1 international arrival gate, carrying signs opposing the executive order, which bars migrants from seven primarily muslim countries.they shouted slogans such as “no hate! no fear! immigrants are welcome here!” the only international flight to arrive during the hourlong demonstration was from cancun, mexico. arriving travelers appeared confused by the activity, but some raised their thumbs in support.there were no known detainments of anyone coming into the minneapolis-st. paul airport urday.the rally was one of several airport protests nationwide, including a daylong demo






refugee action by trump hailed, denounced


president donald trump's latest action on immigration was welcome news to some san diegans who are not comfortable with refugees being resettled close to them.a group of county residents against local refugee resettlement tried to get cities throughout the county to drop official designations as "welcoming cities" last year.ernie griffes, who participated in that push, said, "we need a moratorium on the refugee absorption process. it is overwhelming our neighborhoods with immigrant refugees who are being treated better than our homeless population and veterans. it is a rational to step back and sort it all out and proceed cautiously. governments first responsibility is to its own citizens safety and security. we selected him to do this and it needs to be done."organizations who work with r






trump’s fear of ‘cognitive dissonance’ is why he is shutting down government sci


appearing on msnbc, “science guy” bill nye explained the pathology of president trump and why his administration is clamping down on government agency scientists, diagnosing the president with suffering from  “cognitive dissonance.”speaking with host joy reid, the popular science educator was asked about the executive order signed by trump that critics fear will chill scientific inquiry as the trump administration substitutes “alternative facts” for peer-reviewed research.‘well, any time you’re burning fossil fuels, you authorize more pipelines, you’re headed for trouble in the big picture,” nye began. “but in the bigger picture is this thing, you know, this word we love, ‘cognitive dissonance,’ this phrase. you have a worldview that disagrees with what you observe. so you might expect, if






silicon valley prepares to take on trump over immigration agenda


the president’s aggressive immigration agenda has silicon valley preparing to take on mr. trump.at issue: h-1b visas. companies rely on them to recruit top talent from around the world. “the immigration policy, in particular this visa program, is -- i think it’s very much on the table,” said jessica levinson, a law professor at loyola university. “my guess is it will be changed and it is very much up in the air.” playvideo urdaytrump signs order to halt immigrants from some muslim countries president trump friday signed a controversial executive order to suspend all refugees from entering the u.s. while the administration tightens th... currently, the u.s. grants visas to 85,000 foreign workers a year through a lottery. but a draft of a proposed executive order published in the new york ti






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more g






these are the most luxurious els in the u.s.


best of the best in luxury lodgingfrom urban oases to oceanfront resorts, tripadvisor's ranking of top luxury els for 2017 put san diego's fairmont grand del mar at the top of the list. tripadvisor's annual travelers' choice awards rely on feedback from visitors to the trip planning and booking website. categories for properties across the globe include luxury, bargain, small, service, b&b's and inns, romance and family.from urban oases to oceanfront resorts, tripadvisor's ranking of top luxury els for 2017 put san diego's fairmont grand del mar at the top of the list. tripadvisor's annual travelers' choice awards rely on feedback from visitors to the trip planning and booking website. categories for properties across the globe include luxury, bargain, small, service, b&b's and inn






eye opener: trump delivers on controversial paign promise - videos


january 28, 2017, 7:00 am|president trump signs an executive order suspending immigrants from some muslim countries, which has led to fallout from critics. also, british actor john hurt, whose career spanned more than half a century, has died. all that and all that matters in today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. get the eye opener delivered straight to your inbox.






stanford university student detained at jfk airport for five hours after trump's


a stanford university graduate student who was on a flight from sudan to new york at the time president donald trump signed an immigration order was detained at jfk airport for five hours before being released urday morning, a college spokeswoman said.the sudanese student, who is studying anthropology at the university, is a legal u.s. resident and holds a green card. she’s not immediately returning to california, but the university has offered her support.“she may release a statement later, but right now she’s very tired,” said lisa lapin, a spokeswoman for stanford. the university isn’t currently releasing the student’s name.on friday, trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred all refugees from entering the united states for 120 days and blocks the acceptance of syrian refu






zuckerberg defends immigrants threatened by trump


while other tech leaders glad-hand with the donald, mark zuckerberg is facing him head on. today the facebook ceo called out the president for his unamerican views that demonize immigrants, while also tactfully encouraging the few positive policies and comments trump has offered on the subject.you should read zuckerberg’s full facebook post on the topic embedded at the bottom of this story, but the highlights include:“like many of you, i’m concerned about the impact of the recent executive orders signed by president trump.we need to keep this country safe, but we should do that by focusing on people who actually pose a threat.we should also keep our doors open to refugees and those who need help.that said, i was glad to hear president trump say he’s going to ‘work something out’ for dreame






google ceo sundar pichai fears impact of trump immigration order, recalls staff


google ceo sundar pichai has outlined his disapproval of the impact arising from trump’s dangerous, inhumane and short-sighted sweeping immigration order, which imposes for at least 90 days a block on entry to the u.s. for citizens (including valid visa holders) from seven countries, blocks indefinitely refugee admittance from syria and also caps the total number of refugees allowed to enter the u.s. in 2017 at 50,000, less than half the number that e into the country in 2016. the measure also suspends admittance of all refugees for a period of 120 days.pichai distributed an internal memo, seen by both bloomberg and the wall street journal, which said that google was “upset about the impact of this order,” specifically as it relates to restrictions placed upon “googlers and their families,






stanford university student detained at jfk airport for five hours after trump's


a stanford university graduate student who was on a flight from sudan to new york at the time president donald trump signed an immigration order was detained at jfk airport for five hours before being released urday morning, a college spokeswoman said.the sudanese student, who is studying anthropology at the university, is a legal u.s. resident and holds a green card. she’s not immediately returning to california, but the university has offered her support.“she may release a statement later, but right now she’s very tired,” said lisa lapin, a spokeswoman for stanford. the university isn’t currently releasing the student’s name.on friday, trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred all refugees from entering the united states for 120 days and blocks the acceptance of syrian refu






ers launch major attack against paypal users


ers have launched a major attack against paypal users that’s meant to trick the company’s customers into providing information that could end up costing them money and their identity.the internet security company eset says that ers have designed fairly slick malicious email that ask paypal users to provide their credentials to continue getting access to their accounts. customers who do so are diverted to a different website that tries to coerce consumers into giving up more private information, including their social security number. ers used a similar email “phishing” paign to steal information from people with gmail and yahoo accounts.“we’ve seen these for years but this one is particularly well done, it’s quite convincing in the way it uses the language and the imagery of paypal”, said






air tour of u.s.border between arizona and the pacific


an aerial p o tour on jan. 26, 2017, of the u.s.-mexico border in california, from andrade on the east in imperial county to the pacific ocean, where the border fence ends in the water at playas de tijuana. the border barrier varies from stout concrete bollards and triple fence in some parts to nothing but air in the most rugged parts of the route through san diego and imperial counties.john gibbins






donald trump: executive order 'not a muslim ban'


president trump told journalists at the white house that his administration was prepared to implement an executive order which temporarily bans all refugees and people from seven mainly muslim countries from entering the united states.he defended the move, which has been condemned by rights groups, and he said it was not a "muslim ban".trump executive order: refugees detained at us airports






trump executive order: us judge temporarily halts deportations


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption new york's jfk airport was among several which drew large protest crowds on urday a us judge has issued a stay temporarily halting the deportation of visa holders or refugees under an executive order from president trump.the american civil liberties union (aclu) filed a legal case early on urday in response to the order.the judge's stay prevents those "caught up" in the aftermath from being deported, the aclu said.the group estimates that between 100 and 200 people were being detained at airports or in transit.the court decision e as hundreds protested at airports in several us states over donald trump's clamp down on immigration.his executive order, signed on friday, halted the entire us refugee programme and also instituted a 90-day travel ban for






miami mayor carlos gimenez concedes to trump’s immigration rules on sanctuary ci


miami-dade county mayor carlos gimenez’s decision to reverse the county’s policy immigration detainer requests from the u.s department of immigration and customs enforcement (ice) has given president trump his first big win on immigration since taking office.trump warned that federal funding for counties with “sanctuary cities” would be stopped if the federal laws were not followed.gimenez issued a memo stating the miami-dade would put a hold on undocumented inmates at the county jail if requested.“in light of the provisions of the executive order, i direct you and your staff to honor all immigration detainer requests received from the department of homeland security,” gimenez wrote in the brief memo.“i want to make sure we don’t put in jeopardy the millions of funds we get from the federa






trump’s executive order could block 500,000 legal u.s. residents from returning


when details leaked earlier this week about a spate of immigration-related executive orders from president donald trump, much public discussion focused on a 30-day ban on new visas for citizens from seven “terror-prone” countries. but the order signed this afternoon by trump is actually more severe, increasing the ban to 90 days. and its effects could…






border groups scramble for message to counter trump's wall, tax talk


a broad-based alliance of border advocates gathered in tijuana on thursday to call for a public paign to highlight the benefits of bilateral trade and the need for u.s.-mexico collaboration — a striking counterpoint to president donald trump’s plans for a border wall and a proposal to fund it through a 20 percent import tax.the meeting, held on the  same day that mexican president enrique peña nieto canceled a planned visit to washington, d.c., brought together organizations from both sides of the border urgently calling for a collective message about the importance of cooperation aimed at policymakers in mexico city and washington.“it’s going from very bad to horrible, very fast,” said michael uñez, a former istant secretary of commerce under the obama administration and now president of






protesters gather at o'hare airport after immigrants detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 18 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 18 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






stanford university student detained at jfk airport for five hours after trump's


a stanford university graduate student who was on a flight from sudan to new york at the time president donald trump signed an immigration order was detained at jfk airport for five hours before being released urday morning, a college spokeswoman said.the sudanese student, who is studying anthropology at the university, is a legal u.s. resident and holds a green card. she’s not immediately returning to california, but the university has offered her support.“she may release a statement later, but right now she’s very tired,” said lisa lapin, a spokeswoman for stanford. the university isn’t currently releasing the student’s name.on friday, trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred all refugees from entering the united states for 120 days and blocks the acceptance of syrian refu






donald trump's #muslimban sparks outrage and fear


what trump orderedrefugee programme suspended for four monthsvisas to syrian nationals haltednumber of refugees us plans to accept cut to 50,000immigration from countries with "terrorism" concerns stopped for 90 daysthree-month ban applied to iraq, syria, iran, sudan, libya, somalia, yemen"disgraceful", "a travesty", "racist".these were some of the words used to describe a measure signed off by us president donald trump that suspends immigration from several muslim-majority countries, and indefinitely bans syrians - including refugees - from entering the united states.closing off his first week in office, trump signed the order on friday at the pentagon, saying the move would help protect americans from "terrorist" attacks."trump's latest executive order is likely to hurt the people most i






trump aides divided over policy shielding ‘dreamer’ immigrants: sources


divisions have emerged among advisers to president donald trump over whether to rescind a signature policy of his predecessor, president barack obama, that shields young immigrants from deportation, according to congressional sources and republicans close to the white house.even though trump paigned on a promise to roll back obama’s executive orders on immigration, the republican has so far left intact an order safeguarding 750,000 people who were brought to the united states illegally as children, known as the “dreamers.”the issue has become a flashpoint for white house advisers divided between a more moderate faction such as chief of staff reince priebus and immigration hardliners stephen miller and steve bannon, said a former congressional aide who has been involved with immigration iss






google criticizes impact on staff of trump immigration order


google chief executive sundar pichai criticized president donald trump’s immigration order in an email to staff late friday, saying the u.s. ban on foreign nationals from seven countries affects at least 187 google employees.“we’re upset about the impact of this order and any proposals that could impose restrictions on googlers and their families, or that could create barriers to bringing great talent to the us,” mr. pichai said in...






protesters gather at minneapolis-st. paul airport in wake of refugee ban


about 100 people gathered urday evening at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport to protest president donald trump’s crackdown on refugee admissions to the united states.the protesters gathered near the terminal 1 international arrival gate, carrying signs opposing the executive order, which bars migrants from seven primarily muslim countries.they shouted slogans such as “no hate! no fear! immigrants are welcome here!” the only international flight to arrive during the hourlong demonstration was from cancun, mexico. arriving travelers appeared confused by the activity and the signs. some raised their thumbs in support.there were no known detainments of anyone coming into the minneapolis-st. paul airport urday, authorities said.the rally was one of several airport protests nationwi






tech industry reacts to trump's executive order on immigration with fear and fru


captioncurves, craftsmanship and cl | 2017 grand national roadster show in pomonathirteen custom cars will compete for the “america's most beautiful roadster” award, vying for a 9-foot-tall trophy and $10,000 in prize money. (gina ferazzi / los angeles times)thirteen custom cars will compete for the “america's most beautiful roadster” award, vying for a 9-foot-tall trophy and $10,000 in prize money. (gina ferazzi / los angeles times)






pearl harbor navy salvage diver dies at 103


san diego — ken hartle, who as a navy diver during world war ii had the grim task of retrieving bodies from ships sunk by the japanese at pearl harbor, has died. he was 103.hartle died tuesday afternoon at an escondido, california, center for people with alzheimer's disease or dementia, the san diego union-tribune (http://bit.ly/2jnunzc) reported friday. a reporter was at his bedside with hartle's son and daughter three hours before his death.hartle may have been the oldest surviving pearl harbor salvage diver, said david ball of san diego, an officer with the navy divers ociation.hartle and his fellow seabees worked in the days before scuba diving equipment was commonplace. his heavy canvas diving suit and br helmet weighed more than 200 pounds.japan's dec. 7, 1941 surprise attack on pear






trump continues attacks on ‘opposition media’ with tweetstorm at ny times and wa


continuing with his attacks on what he calls the “opposition party,” president donald trump once again complained about his media coverage by going after the new york times and the washington post on twitter on urday morning.in a recent interview with the christian broadcasting network, trump referred to the media as the “opposition party,” parroting his adviser, former breitbart ceo steve bannon.faced with a m ive backlash after signing an executive order effectively banning syrian refugees and mandating “extremely vetting” of immigrants, trump attempted to change the urday conver ion by attacking the two major newspapers and accusing them of “fake news,” without providing any examples.see trump’s latest urday morning twitter rant below:the failing @nytimes has been wrong about me from th






trump insists in spite of ‘chaos’ that muslim ban is going just fine


as rights groups level numerous lawsuits against his administration and travelers are being stranded and detained all over the world, pres. donald trump said on urday that his new executive orders regarding muslims and immigrants are “working out very nicely.”reuters reported that muslim around the world are “furious” over the executive orders and that the u.s. immigration system has been “plunged into chaos” by the orders, which are broadly worded and are being interpreted differently by different agencies and by different divisions within those agencies.“immigration lawyers and advocates worked through the night trying to help stranded travelers find a way back home. lawyers in new york sued to block the order, saying many people have already been unlawfully detained, including an iraqi






uc urges students, faculty covered by trump travel restrictions to stay in u.s.


the university of california on urday advised university community members covered by president trump’s executive order banning travel to the united states from seven muslim-majority countries to stay in this country for now.“we continue to analyze the executive order and its impact on our students, faculty, scholars, employees and other community members,” the uc said in a  message to faculty, staff and students. “at this time, we recommend that uc community members from these seven countries who hold a visa to enter the united states or who are lawful permanent residents do not travel outside of the united states.”in a statement released urday, uc irvine chancellor howard gillman expressed “deep concern for our students, scholars and others who will be personally affected by this order.






lawmakers condemn trump order on refugees, citizens from muslim nations


a day after president trump signed an executive order halting refugees and nationals from seven muslim-majority countries from entering the united states, several legislators -- from both sides of the aisle -- are condemning the immigration action. “during the holocaust we failed to fulfill to our duty to humanity,” sen. dick durbin, d-illinois, warned in a statement friday, also commemorated internationally as holocaust remembrance day. “we cannot allow mindless fear to lead us into another regretful chapter in our history.”“history will judge where america’s leaders stood today,” durbin continued. “faced with the humanitarian crisis of our time, the united states cannot turn its back on children fleeing persecution, genocide, and terror.” the executive order -- signed by mr. trump the sa