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18 people held at o'hare after trump order, including park ridge man: lawyers


syrian families bound for allentown turned back under trump orderandrew wagaman and laura olsonafter months of work, the house on second street in allentown was ready urday for gh an ali's two brothers and their families. ali and his wife, sarmad, remodeled it and furnished it and were prepared to hand over the keys to the syrian relatives upon their long-awaited arrival urday...after months of work, the house on second street in allentown was ready urday for gh an ali's two brothers and their families. ali and his wife, sarmad, remodeled it and furnished it and were prepared to hand over the keys to the syrian relatives upon their long-awaited arrival urday... (andrew wagaman and laura olson)






jack sutin, jewish resistance leader during wwii, dies at 103 in mn


for longtime twin cities resident jack sutin, love and resistance went hand in hand.during world war ii, sutin led a small group of jewish partisans that gathered arms and fought the nazis in poland. years later, in america, he and his wife were the subjects of a book about their experiences that won the minnesota book award.sutin died tuesday at his home in st. louis park. he was 103.born in stolpce, poland, sutin lived in a jewish ghetto with his parents following the nazis' 1941 breach of hitler and stalin's nonaggression pact. after his mother died, sutin and his father fled to the woods of eastern poland.there jack met his future wife, rochelle. they were married in a jewish partisan bunker in december 1942. they spent the next few years fighting with the resistance, ambushing german






person s , seriously wounded in aurora – the denver post


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






person s , seriously wounded in aurora – the denver post


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






mark zuckerberg ‘concerned’ with trump immigration executive orders


facebook founder and ceo mark zuckerberg e out against a series of executive orders signed by president donald trump focusing on immigration policy in a post friday. zuckerberg talked about the immigrant roots of his family and wife priscilla chan and his opposition to the trump administration’s recent proposals. “we need to keep this country safe,…






two boys, 2 and 6, found in vehicle outside colorado springs bar, parents cited


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






jack sutin, jewish resistance leader during wwii, dies at 103 in mn


for longtime twin cities resident jack sutin, love and resistance went hand in hand.during world war ii, sutin led a small group of jewish partisans who gathered arms and fought the nazis in poland. years later, in america, he and his wife were the subjects of a book about their experiences that won the minnesota book award.sutin died tuesday at his home in st. louis park. he was 103.born in stolpce, then in poland but now a city in belarus, sutin lived in a jewish ghetto with his parents following the nazis' 1941 breach of hitler and stalin's nonaggression pact. after his mother died, sutin and his father fled to the woods of eastern poland.there jack met his future wife, rochelle. they were married in a jewish partisan bunker in december 1942. they spent the next few years fighting with






jack sutin, jewish resistance leader during wwii, dies at 103 in mn


for longtime twin cities resident jack sutin, love and resistance went hand in hand.during world war ii, sutin led a small group of jewish partisans who gathered arms and fought the nazis in poland. years later, in america, he and his wife were the subjects of a book about their experiences that won the minnesota book award.sutin died tuesday at his home in st. louis park. he was 103.born in stolpce, then in poland but now a city in belarus, sutin lived in a jewish ghetto with his parents following the nazis’ 1941 breach of hitler and stalin’s nonaggression pact. after his mother died, sutin and his father fled to the woods of eastern poland.there jack met his future wife, rochelle. they were married in a jewish partisan bunker in december 1942. they spent the next few years fighting with






jack sutin, jewish resistance leader during wwii, dies at 103 in mn


for longtime twin cities resident jack sutin, love and resistance went hand in hand.during world war ii, sutin led a small group of jewish partisans who gathered arms and fought the nazis in poland. years later, in america, he and his wife were the subjects of a book about their experiences that won the minnesota book award.sutin died tuesday at his home in st. louis park. he was 103.born in stolpce, then in poland but now a city in belarus, sutin lived in a jewish ghetto with his parents following the nazis’ 1941 breach of hitler and stalin’s nonaggression pact. after his mother died, sutin and his father fled to the woods of eastern poland.there jack met his future wife, rochelle. they were married in a jewish partisan bunker in december 1942. they spent the next few years fighting with






decades-old slaying of righteous bros. singer's ex-wife is finally solved


los angeles — investigators used a controversial dna testing method to solve the decades-old killing of the ex-wife of righteous brothers singer bill medley, the los angeles county sheriff's department said.karen klaas was attacked jan. 30, 1976 as she returned to her home in hermosa beach. the 32-year-old was ually aulted, strangled with her pantyhose and never regained consciousness. she died a few days later at the hospital.the sheriff's department said friday that the case "was solved through the use of familial dna, which identified the killer," but provided no other details. file karen klaas and bill medley, when they were married. the technique, which has raised ethical issues in the forensics community, allows investigators to search law enforcement databases to identify likely r






a syrian and his american wife are stuck in iraq because of trump's ban


a protester raises her fist and shouts as she joins others at john f. kennedy international airport in new york, on jan. 28, 2017 after two iraqi refugees were detained while trying to enter the country.(p o: craig ruttle, ap)irbil, iraq — wael resol, 30, is an interpreter for journalists in this kurdish area of northern iraq. but he also is a syrian, and that birthplace has dashed his hopes of living the american dream in texas with his u.s.-born wife.president trump's total ban on letting syrians into the united states because of security concerns, a restriction that went into effect friday, has left resol stuck here."(trump's decision) affected me personally. i have had a migration case open for a long time," said resol, who worked as a supervisor in an international school and a custom






a syrian and his american wife are stuck in iraq because of trump's ban


a protester raises her fist and shouts as she joins others at john f. kennedy international airport in new york, on jan. 28, 2017 after two iraqi refugees were detained while trying to enter the country.(p o: craig ruttle, ap) 4 connectlinkedinemailmoreirbil, iraq — wael resol, 30, is an interpreter for journalists in this kurdish area of northern iraq. but he also is a syrian, and that birthplace has dashed his hopes of living the american dream in texas with his u.s.-born wife.president trump's total ban on letting syrians into the united states because of security concerns, a restriction that went into effect friday, has left resol stuck here."(trump's decision) affected me personally. i have had a migration case open for a long time," said resol, who worked as a supervisor in an intern






a doctor waits for the plane carrying his wife, a syrian refugee, to land


the scene at jfk airport on urday. p o via getty. said’s wife is on a flight from turkey to dulles that is scheduled to land at 7 pm tonight. said, a physician at washington hospital center, has no idea what’s going to happen when she gets off the plane, but he knows what the worst-case scenario is.advertisement“the worst scenario will happen, actually, she’s going to go back to turkey and then in turkey, she’ll go back to syria, and she can’t do that,” he said by phone urday. he asked jezebel not to use his wife’s name. he says he and his wife left syria about two years ago, when he e to d.c. to practice medicine on a german visa. his wife stayed in turkey, eventually gaining a j2 visa to join him in the states.advertisement“she’s been on the flight almost ten hours, almost from the begin






a doctor waits for the plane carrying his wife, a syrian refugee, to land


the scene at jfk airport on urday. p o via getty. said salem’s wife is on a flight from turkey to dulles that is scheduled to land at 7 pm tonight. salem, a physician at washington hospital center, has no idea what’s going to happen when she gets off the plane, but he knows what the worst-case scenario is.advertisement“the worst scenario will happen, actually, she’s going to go back to turkey and then in turkey, she’ll go back to syria, and she can’t do that,” salem said by phone urday. he asked jezebel not to use his wife’s name. salem says he and his wife left syria about two years ago, when he e to d.c. to practice medicine on a german visa. his wife stayed in turkey, eventually gaining a j2 visa to join him in the states.advertisement“she’s been on the flight almost ten hours, almost f






a doctor waits for the plane carrying his wife, a syrian refugee, to land


the scene at jfk airport on urday. p o via getty. said salem’s wife is on a flight from turkey to dulles that is scheduled to land at 7 pm tonight. salem, a physician at washington hospital center, has no idea what’s going to happen when she gets off the plane, but he knows what the worst-case scenario is.advertisement“the worst scenario will happen, actually, she’s going to go back to turkey and then in turkey, she’ll go back to syria, and she can’t do that,” salem said by phone urday. he asked jezebel not to use his wife’s name. salem says he and his wife left syria about two years ago, when he e to d.c. to practice medicine on a german visa. his wife stayed in turkey, eventually gaining a j2 visa to join him in the states.advertisement“she’s been on the flight almost ten hours, almost f






woman remembers suspected killer’s tears over dead wife


concord, n.h. (ap) — bob evans at a picnic table outside friend katherine decker’s motorhome in 1986, sobbing that his wife had died when his then-5-year-old daughter, lisa, was just a baby.“he really did cry. he’d cry and blow his nose and everything when he talked about it,” decker recalled. “i used to feel really bad all the time about it. every time i saw him, i’d just feel sick.”but evans hadn’t been married to lisa’s mother. she wasn’t his daughter, and her name wasn’t lisa. he also told decker his name was gordon jenson.three decades later, authorities say only one part of his story was true: the ’s mother was dead. and they believe evans killed her, along with at least five other women and children.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.evans — who over his lifet






1976 and murder case of righteous brothers singer's ex-wife is solved, detective


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)






refugees held at u.s. airports challenge trump's order


refugees who were en route to the united states on friday evening have been detained at u.s. airports and restricted from the country as a result of president trump’s executive order banning their entry.lawyers for two iraqi refugees detained at new york’s john f. kennedy international airport filed a middle-of-the-night lawsuit in federal court challenging trump’s executive order as unconstitutional and seeking the release of their clients.they also are seeking cl certification so they may represent all refugees who are being similarly held at u.s. ports of entry. immigration advocates say at least one refugee family is detained at san francisco international airport, but it is not clear how many refugees are currently detained at airports nationwide.trump’s executive order suspends admis






refugees detained at u.s. airports, including sfo, challenge trump's executive o


by emma brown and david nakamura, (c) 2017, the washington postrefugees who were en route to the united states on friday evening have been detained at u.s. airports and restricted from the country as a result of president trump’s executive order banning their entry.lawyers for two iraqi refugees detained at new york’s john f. kennedy international airport filed a middle-of-the-night lawsuit in federal court challenging trump’s executive order as unconstitutional and seeking the release of their clients.they also are seeking cl certification so they may represent all refugees who are being similarly held at u.s. ports of entry. immigration advocates say at least one refugee family is detained at san francisco international airport, but it is not clear how many refugees are currently detaine






woman impersonated lawmaker's wife, snuck into gop retreat


washington — a woman impersonated the wife o op lawmaker and snuck into the congressional republican retreat in philadelphia thursday, the same day president donald trump and vice president mike pence appeared, retreat organizers told lawmakers late urday.the revelation e as the nonprofit congressional institute that organizes the retreat investigates how audio of the gathering leaked. in an email to gop lawmakers, institute president mark strand did not directly say that the impersonator was the same person who leaked the audio, but that was the implication."the congressional institute is continuing to investigate this breach in order to fully understand how it happened and to ensure it does not happen again," said strand's email, which was obtained by the ociated press.the audio was leak






shealah craighead named trump's official p og her: digital p og hy review


hanging out with these guys during an event i had the pleasure of p og hing. thanks anna roger's for capturing the laughter! you're hired! shamless promo i know...just couldn't contain my excitement of getting in a p o with both the former president @georgewbush and possible future president @marcorubiofla #shamlessselfpromotion #president #gwb #pastmeetspresent=future!a p o posted by shealah craighead p og hy (@shealahdcp o) on oct 17, 2016 at 3:14pm pdtnews outlets are reporting that pete souza's shoes have officially been filled: shealah craighead has been named the official white house p og her under president trump. craighead has previously worked with a number of political figures – she was first lady laura bush's personal p og her and in 2008 followed governor sarah palin on the pai






former neighbor recalls suspected killer as grieving widower


concord, n.h. — bob evans at a picnic table outside friend katherine decker's motorhome in 1986, sobbing that his wife had died when his then-5-year-old daughter, lisa, was just a baby."he really did cry. he'd cry and blow his nose and everything when he talked about it," decker recalled. "i used to feel really bad all the time about it. every time i saw him, i'd just feel sick."but evans hadn't been married to lisa's mother. she wasn't his daughter, and her name wasn't lisa. he also told decker his name was gordon jenson.three decades later, authorities say only one part of his story was true: the 's mother was dead. and they believe evans killed her, along with at least five other women and children.evans — who over his lifetime had gone by different names — died in prison in 2010, eight






a syrian and his american wife are stuck in iraq because of trump's ban


closeskip in skipxembedxshare president donald trump has barred all refugees from entering the united states for four months, and indefinitely banned all refugees from syria. usa today networka protester raises her fist and shouts as she joins others at john f. kennedy international airport in new york, on jan. 28, 2017 after two iraqi refugees were detained while trying to enter the country.(p o: craig ruttle, ap) 21 connectlinkedinemailmoreirbil, iraq — wael resol, 30, is an interpreter for journalists in this kurdish area of northern iraq. but he also is a syrian, and that birthplace has dashed his hopes of living the american dream in texas with his u.s.-born wife.president trump's total ban on letting syrians into the united states because of security concerns, a restriction that went






former neighbor recalls suspected killer as grieving widower


concord, n.h. (ap) — bob evans at a picnic table outside friend katherine decker’s motorhome in 1986, sobbing that his wife had died when his then-5-year-old daughter, lisa, was just a baby.“he really did cry. he’d cry and blow his nose and everything when he talked about it,” decker recalled. “i used to feel really bad all the time about it. every time i saw him, i’d just feel sick.”but evans hadn’t been married to lisa’s mother. she wasn’t his daughter, and her name wasn’t lisa. he also told decker his name was gordon jenson.three decades later, authorities say only one part of his story was true: the ’s mother was dead. and they believe evans killed her, along with at least five other women and children.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.evans — who over his lifet






son of a slave helped build st. paul


her grandfather would pluck the mandolin, blow his harmonica and recite poetry in the evening when his grueling day job was done. if the children were lucky, he’d try dancing.“grampa would sit and cross one leg over the other and we kids, one by one, would climb up on his top foot,” 87-year-old janet bullard watson recalled from los angeles. “he would hold our hands and lift and bounce us up and down in the air like a seesaw. once in a while, he would pretend to do a soft shoe and would do an awkward shuffle that would throw us kids into peals of laughter.”luckily for casiville bullard, his handiwork as a renowned stonemason and bricklayer didn’t rely on his feet. the son of a slave, bullard had a hand in building some of st. paul’s most enduring buildings in the early 20th century.that li






son of a slave helped build st. paul


her grandfather would pluck the mandolin, blow his harmonica and recite poetry in the evening when his grueling day job was done. if the children were lucky, he'd try dancing."grampa would sit and cross one leg over the other and we kids, one by one, would climb up on his top foot," 87-year-old janet bullard watson recalled from los angeles. "he would hold our hands and lift and bounce us up and down in the air like a seesaw. once in a while, he would pretend to do a soft shoe and would do an awkward shuffle that would throw us kids into peals of laughter."luckily for casiville bullard, his handiwork as a renowned stonemason and bricklayer didn't rely on his feet. the son of a slave, bullard had a hand in building some of st. paul's most enduring buildings in the early 20th century.that li






'perry mason' actress barbara hale dies at 94


los angeles — barbara hale, a movie actress who found her most famous role on television as steadfast secretary della street in the long-running "perry mason" series, has died. she was 94.hale was surrounded by family when she died thursday at her los angeles area home, said jaqueline stander, an agent for hale's son, actor william katt ("the greatest american hero," ''carrie")."she was gracious and kind and silly and always fun to be with," katt posted on his facebook page thursday, calling hale a wonderful actress and a "treasure as a friend and mother."stander declined to provide the cause of death.hale appeared in "perry mason" on cbs from 1957 to 1966, winning an emmy as best actress in 1959. when the show was revived in 1985 on nbc as an occasional tv movie, she again appeared in cou






missing rights activists return home safely in pakistan


islamabad — a pakistani university professor who went missing earlier this month has returned home safely, police and a family member said urday.senior islamabad police officer ashraf shah said that salman haider was home, on the outskirts of the capital, islamabad, late friday night and that he is safe and well. haider and three other rights activists who ran social media accounts known for their liberal views went missing earlier this month.dr. haider ashraf, the lahore police chief, said all four missing men were at an islamabad police facility, but would not elaborate on their circumstances. family members of the other three men returned could not immediately be reached for comment.shah said haider has not yet given a statement to police about his disappearance. haider's brother zeesha






protests over immigration ban hit jfk & more u.s. airports


president donald trump’s executive order banning refugees from entering the u.s. has led to protests at airports around the country. thousands of demonstrators swarmed john f. kennedy international airport, dulles international airport, and chicago o’hare urday (jan. 28) in opposition to trump’s latest controversial move.read: miami-dade mayor revokes “sanctuary city” status after donald trump’s executive ordersome 13,000 people are reportedly protesting at jfk, where a dozen refugees were detained. hameed khalid darweesh, 53-year-old iraqi man who worked as a u.s. army translator, was among the detainees. darweesh was eventually released, after being held for four hours.approximately 18 people were detained at o’hare airport, including an iranian-born green card holder along with his wife






syrian refugees shocked, sad as trump bans them from the us


by karin laubamman, jordan (ap) — syrian refugee ammar sawan took a first hopeful step toward moving to the united states last fall, submitting to an initial security screening.his dream of a better life was abruptly crushed when president donald trump banned syrian refugees from the u.s. until further notice.sawan learned of the entry ban while watching late night tv news with his wife in their small apartment in the jordanian capital of amman.“when we heard of the order, it was like a bolt of lightning, and all our hopes and dreams vanished,” the 40-year-old said urday, a day after trump’s executive order.he and other syrian refugees bristled at the idea that they pose a potential security threat, saying they are peaceful people fleeing persecution.some warned that the new u.s. policy wi






sir john hurt: bafta-winning actor dies aged 77


media captiona look back at the life of sir john hurtsir john hurt's wife, anwen, has led tributes to the veteran actor after he died at the age of 77.the bafta-winning star, known for his roles in alien and the elephant man, had been treated for pancreatic cancer in 2015.sir john's wife said he had brought "joy and magic" and it would be a "strange world without him".he recently starred as father richard mcsorley in jackie, the biopic of president john f kennedy's wife.despite being given the all-clear from cancer, he last year pulled out of sir kenneth branagh's production of the entertainer on the advice of his doctors.lady hurt confirmed sir john had died on wednesday at his home in norfolk. "john was the most sublime of actors and the most gentlemanly of gentlemen with the greatest of






the imdb files: nick offerman found his groove with 'parks and recreation' and h


nick offerman has been working as an actor for two decades, but the illinois native, 46, didn’t quite find his groove until he was cast on the nbc comedy series “parks and recreation.”  his role as stoic, wise parks director ron swanson struck a chord with viewers, cementing offerman as a beloved actor and comedian. this month offerman appears in the more serious film “the founder” alongside michael keaton, where he plays dick mcdonald, one of the real creators of mcdonald’s.“i’ve had the good fortune to work for many years, but in pretty supporting roles by and large, with a couple of exceptions,” the actor says. “when i got the call to do a film about this gripping historical story that’s largely unknown, directed by john lee han , i felt like, ‘good lord, hurry up and sign me up before






refugees held at u.s. airports challenge trump's order


refugees and migrants holding valid visas who were en route to the united states on friday evening have been detained at u.s. airports and restricted from the country as a result of president trump's executive order banning their entry.lawyers for two iraqi men detained at new york's john f. kennedy international airport, one of whom served the u.s. military mission in iraq, filed a middle-of-the-night lawsuit in federal court challenging trump's executive order as unconstitutional and seeking the release of their clients.lawyers also are seeking cl certification so they may represent all refugees and visa-holders who are being held at u.s. ports of entry.one of the men, hameed khalid darweesh, was released urday afternoon without explanation from federal officials, according to his lawyer






decades-old slaying of righteous brothers singer’s ex solved


los angeles (ap) — investigators used a controversial dna testing method to solve the decades-old killing of the ex-wife of righteous brothers singer bill medley, the los angeles county sheriff’s department said.karen klaas was attacked jan. 30, 1976 as she returned to her home in hermosa beach. the 32-year-old was ually aulted, strangled with her pantyhose and never regained consciousness. she died a few days later at the hospital.the sheriff’s department said friday that the case “was solved through the use of familial dna, which identified the killer,” but provided no other details.the technique, which has raised ethical issues in the forensics community, allows investigators to search law enforcement databases to identify likely relatives of the person who may have committed the crime.






sir john hurt: bafta-winning actor dies aged 77


media captiona look back at the life of sir john hurtsir john hurt's wife, anwen, has led tributes to the veteran actor after he died at the age of 77.the bafta-winning star, known for his roles in alien and the elephant man, had been treated for pancreatic cancer in 2015.sir john's wife said he had brought "joy and magic" and it would be a "strange world without him".he recently starred as father richard mcsorley in jackie, the biopic of president john f kennedy's wife.despite being given the all-clear from cancer, he last year pulled out of sir kenneth branagh's production of the entertainer on the advice of his doctors.lady hurt confirmed sir john had died on wednesday at his home in norfolk. "john was the most sublime of actors and the most gentlemanly of gentlemen with the greatest of






today in entertainment: peta protests 'a dog's purpose' at hollywood theater


as indelible as mary tyler moore's mark on american culture was, her influence was even more powerful on those lucky enough to work with her, particularly on the iconic "mary tyler moore show." ed asner, who played mary richards' (moore) cantankerous boss lou grant, said of moore's p ing, "i lost a great friend, teacher, a great benefactor all of whom l loved." "a line from our theme song was 'love is all around,' and that’s what it was for five days a week for seven years straight on the 'mary tyler moore' set," gavin macleod told the times in a statement wednesday. "it was all because of mary! she was professional; she was extremely creative with a terrific sense of humor and a gifted actress. she set a pace for all of us to follow," said macleod, who co-starred in the series as scri






missing rights activists return home safely in pakistan


islamabad (ap) — a pakistani university professor who went missing earlier this month has returned home safely, police and a family member said urday.senior islamabad police officer ashraf shah said that salman haider was home, on the outskirts of the capital, islamabad, late friday night and that he is safe and well. haider and three other rights activists who ran social media accounts known for their liberal views went missing earlier this month.dr. haider ashraf, the lahore police chief, said all four missing men were at an islamabad police facility, but would not elaborate on their circumstances. family members of the other three men returned could not immediately be reached for comment.shah said haider has not yet given a statement to police about his disappearance. haider’s brother z






mark zuckerberg drops his hawaiian land lawsuits


honolulu - facebook (fb) chief mark zuckerberg is dropping lawsuits that sought to buy out native hawaiians who own small pieces of land within his sprawling estate on the island of kauai. zuckerberg and his wife, priscilla chan, said in a letter to the garden island newspaper friday that they’re ending the cases “to find a better path forward.” they say they “will work together with the community on a new approach.” playvideocbsnzuckerberg builds controversial wall in hawaii facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is facing backlash for building a wall on his hawaii property. residents in the area say it is "immense" and blocks ... “upon reflection, i regret that i did not take the time to fully understand the quiet title process and its history before we moved ahead,” the letter said of the legal m






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






panic at airports as trump’s order blocks immigrants


president donald trump’s executive order on immigration slammed the border shut for an iranian scientist headed to a lab in boston, an iraqi who had worked as an interpreter for the u.s. army and a syrian refugee family headed to a new life in ohio.washington — president donald trump’s executive order on immigration quickly reverberated through the united states and across the globe urday, slamming the border shut for an iranian scientist headed to a lab in boston, an iraqi who had worked as an interpreter for the u.s. army, and a syrian refugee family headed to a new life in ohio, among countless others.trump’s plan for refugees worries tukwila man with mom in iraq p ‘we e to this beautiful country looking for safety’: seattle-area refugees speak out on trump crackdowntrump’s paign promis






roller-coaster day of protest at jfk and in brooklyn


hundreds of people who gathered outside a brooklyn courthouse urday night and hundreds more who had demonstrated throughout the day and into the evening at kennedy airport erupted into cheers as word spread that a federal judge had partially blocked president donald trump’s order for a 90-day ban on entry of non-u.s.-citizens from seven muslim-majority countries.the decision from u.s. district court judge ann m. donnelly, in a hastily called emergency hearing, capped a roller-coaster day that included protesters blocking roads at the airport and statements from civil liberties and democratic officials that trump’s policy is discriminatory and unamerican.most popular nation storiesthe president’s action on friday had prompted several organizations to join in filing suit early urday against






panic at airports as trump’s order blocks immigrants


president donald trump’s executive order on immigration slammed the border shut for an iranian scientist headed to a lab in boston, an iraqi who had worked as an interpreter for the u.s. army and a syrian refugee family headed to a new life in ohio.washington — president donald trump’s executive order on immigration quickly reverberated through the united states and across the globe urday, slamming the border shut for an iranian scientist headed to a lab in boston, an iraqi who had worked as an interpreter for the u.s. army, and a syrian refugee family headed to a new life in ohio, among countless others.around the nation, security officers at major international gateways had new rules to follow. humanitarian organizations scrambled to cancel long-planned programs, delivering the bad news






family of teen who died after wisdom teeth procedure sues edina dentist


the “negligent and dangerous” actions of an edina oral surgeon during a routine wisdom teeth extraction led to the death of an eden prairie teen, the ’s family is alleging in a lawsuit filed this week in hennepin county district court.the medical malpractice and wrongful death suit against dr. paul tompach, who continues to see patients under state licensing board restrictions, alleges that several missteps caused the death of sydney galleger in june 2015. the lawsuit’s allegations about what tompach did wrong early in the procedure mirror much of what the state board of dentistry investigation determined before it put him under indefinite restrictions starting in march 2016.those missteps range from incorrectly administering general anesthesia to failing to provide proper monitoring durin






decades-old slaying of righteous brothers singer's ex solved


investigators used a controversial dna testing method to solve the decades-old killing of the ex-wife of righteous brothers singer bill medley, the los angeles county sheriff's department said. karen klaas was attacked jan. 30, 1976 as she returned to her home in hermosa beach. the 32-year-old was ually aulted, strangled with her pantyhose and never regained consciousness. she died a few days later at the hospital. the sheriff's department said friday that the case "was solved through the use of familial dna, which identified the killer," but provided no other details.most read entertainment news this hour the technique, which has raised ethical issues in the forensics community, allows investigators to search law enforcement databases to identify likely relatives of the person who may hav






refugees held at u.s. airports challenge trump's order


refugees and migrants holding valid visas who were en route to the united states on friday evening have been detained at u.s. airports and restricted from the country as a result of president trump’s executive order banning their entry.lawyers for two iraqi men detained at new york’s john f. kennedy international airport, one of whom served the u.s. military mission in iraq, filed a middle-of-the-night lawsuit in federal court challenging trump’s executive order as unconstitutional and seeking the release of their clients.lawyers also are seeking cl certification so they may represent all refugees and visa-holders who are being held at u.s. ports of entry.one of the men, hameed khalid darweesh, was released urday afternoon without explanation from federal officials, according to his lawyer






george iii's draft abdication letter released


image copyrightroyal collectiona draft letter of abdication written by king george iii during the american war of independence has been made public for the first time.the unused letter - which includes crossings out, redrafts, blotches and scrawls - was written when the king faced political trouble in march 1783.in it, george said he intended to exile himself to hanover after he abdicated.the letter is one of 350,000 pages in the royal archives to be digitised and made available to view online.the exploration of the georgian archive, which includes the private papers of george and his wife charlotte, is the subject of a new documentary, george iii: the genius of the mad king.filmmakers, who had access to the royal archives at windsor castle, uncovered letters that showed the king - who rei






george iii's draft abdication letter released


image copyrightroyal collectiona draft letter of abdication written by king george iii during the american war of independence has been made public for the first time.the unused letter - which includes crossings out, redrafts, blotches and scrawls - was written when the king faced political trouble in march 1783.in it, george said he intended to exile himself to hanover after he abdicated.the letter is one of 350,000 pages in the royal archives to be digitised and made available to view online.the exploration of the georgian archive, which includes the private papers of george and his wife charlotte, is the subject of a new documentary, george iii: the genius of the mad king.filmmakers, who had access to the royal archives at windsor castle, uncovered letters that showed the king - who rei






syrian family decries trump's ban on refugees


an executive order that bans syrian refugees from entering the us will shatter and divide families, a syrian family has told al jazeera.us president donald trump says the order, which will suspend the us refugee programme for 120 days and ban syrians until further notice, will help protect americans from "terrorist" attacks.my brothers-in-law and cousins are still there. they're dying and no one is taking them in. no food, no medicine, their homes have been bombed, their shelters have been bombed and they have nowhere to go. where can they go?bill dalati, syrian refugee one syrian family that has found refuge in the us state of california urged trump to reconsider the ban and said it was an insurmountable obstacle for many syrians seeking safety.bill dalati told al jazeera: "my brothers-i






rose tattoo design


roses are not only a beautiful flower but have been popular choice for both men and women for a tattoo since the 1930's; but what does the rose symbolise. your first thought may be in regard to its delicate beauty or its representation of love, inner and outer beauty and whilst you would be right there is also so much more to this beautiful flower. as a depiction of love it can be a symbol of being in love particularly when the rose is without thorns, or with as a reminder that love does not come without certain sacrifices when the thorns are present. so even the thorns have their meaning, some say that when thorns are present on the tattoo it means the person does not place a great deal of emphasis on outer beauty, whilst for others the tattoo refers to endless beauty with the thorn me






11 men held at jfk, one other released following trump travel ban


lawyers for two iraqi men detained at kennedy airport filed suit early urday to compel their release and to block full enforcement of president donald trump’s executive order barring entry of any non-u.s. citizens from iraq, iran and five other majority-muslim countries and temporarily banning refugees from entering the country.one of the men was released at about 1 p.m. urday, and attorneys said they were negotiating the release of at least one more person. eleven other people in the airport were being detained.most popular nation storiesby midday, iran had retaliated against the trump-imposed ban against its citizens with its own action blocking u.s. citizens from entering iran.representatives for the white house could not immediately be reached for comment.rep. jerry nadler and rep. nyd