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5 things you were taught about grammar that are wrong


this story originally appeared on the conversation. do you remember being taught you should never start your sentences with “and” or “but”? what if i told you that your teachers were wrong and there are lots of other so-called grammar rules that we’ve probably been getting wrong in our english classrooms for years? how did grammar…






everyone is wrong about milo and cpac


everyone is wrong in this milo yiannopoulos story. every last person and organization and company is wrong. you may be tangentially aware of this, or only paying attention to it to the degree it crowds your social feeds, but “breitbart” was the number one trending topic yesterday so i take it most of you are aware of what’s gone on. to say everyone is wrong is the easiest way to summarize it, but it is the only way to convey the degree of wrongness going on right in front of all of us. it also has the benefit of being accurate.milo was wrong to say what he did. people say stupid things all the time. i personally interpreted what he was saying as descriptive – “this thing – young gay men exploring with older men – happens” – not prescriptive – “this thing ought to happen, is morally ok, and






stumble, success, stumble, success – 11 simple steps to improve your life


comparing your life with others’ is a sure-fire recipe for depression. stop looking over the “neighbour’s” fence and looking at what they’ve got and you haven’t.if you are tempted to peek, look at all the things you’ve got that they haven’t.our umptions about other people are often wrong. we only see a small sliver of their lives. their public one. the one they want to project. it’s not a complete picture.get on with managing your own life. analyze the things that have gone wrong. think about why they went wrong. find the real reason (that’s the answer to the 5th why) and not just a good reason (the off-the-cuff answer to the 1st why).is there a pattern? is there a real cause that you can tackle?






nhs apology to devon woman over wrong 111 questions


the nhs has apologised to a devon woman who was asked the wrong questions when she dialled the non-emergency service nhs 111.michelle perryman rang for help saying she felt violently ill but said she was frustrated by the service which asked about 40 questions over a 10 minute call.the non-emergency service call handler repeatedly tells mrs perryman: "the computer is asking the questions."south west ambulance, which lost the service in 2016 after a damning report, said the the call handler selected the wrong "pathway".read more on this story here and click here for more stories from around devon and cornwall.






nine epic fails from awards ceremonies and tv contests


image copyrightgetty imagesit was a moment that will go down in entertainment history - when la la land was wrongly given the award for best picture at the 2017 oscars.the team behind the film were in the middle of their speeches before it was revealed the accolade should have gone to moonlight.however, it is not the first time the wrong winner - or loser - has been announced at an awards ceremony or live on tv.wrong envelopeimage copyrightgetty imagesimage caption wstrn held onto their prize for nearly an hour before the mistake was revealed a little piece of paper was the cause of confusion at the 2016 mobo awards when the prize for best song was given to the wrong winner.r&b trio wstrn kept their award for almost an hour before it was revealed it should have gone to mc abra cadabra.host






nine epic fails from awards ceremonies and tv contests


image copyrightgetty imagesit was a moment that will go down in entertainment history - when la la land was wrongly given the award for best picture at the 2017 oscars.the team behind the film were in the middle of their speeches before it was revealed the accolade should have gone to moonlight.however, it is not the first time the wrong winner - or loser - has been announced at an awards ceremony or live on tv.wrong envelopeimage copyrightgetty imagesimage caption wstrn held onto their prize for nearly an hour before the mistake was revealed a little piece of paper was the cause of confusion at the 2016 mobo awards when the prize for best song was given to the wrong winner.r&b trio wstrn kept their award for almost an hour before it was revealed it should have gone to mc abra cadabra.host






cory booker flays trump for ‘toxic environment being created now’


sen. cory booker (d-nj) lamented over the weekend that untruthfulness was becoming the “norm” in president donald trump’s america. in an interview with booker that aired on sunday, cnn host jake tapper wondered if the new jersey senator had spoken to his friend ivanka trump about her father’s political career.“i think there’s a problem in this country right now that we are having problems talking to each other,” booker said. “there millions and millions of good democrats, millions and millions of good republicans who are americans — 99 percent of us are good people… i don’t care what party you are, recognize this: we are at a time of increased fear in our country.”“because of donald trump?” tapper asked. “there is something seriously wrong when mendacity as become the norm,” booker replied






northern state reopens after wrong-way crash, officials say


advertisement | advertise on newsdaytwo people were injured early monday in a wrong-way crash on the northern state parkway, state police said.the accident occurred at 4:06 a.m. when a car heading east in the westbound lanes of the parkway struck another vehicle head-on near the interchange with the wantagh state parkway, a police spokeswoman said.both drivers were hospitalized, but there was no word on their condition,...






trump aide kellyanne conway 'wrong' over ivanka plug


image copyrightapimage caption the white house said kellyanne conway had been "counselled" the republican standards tsar of the us congress says a senior trump aide was "wrong, wrong, wrong" to promote ivanka trump products on live television.retailer nordstrom earlier this month dropped the us first daughter's clothing line, citing a lack of sales.but presidential aide kellyanne conway told fox news viewers on thursday: "go buy ivanka's stuff."ethical rules for white house employees prevent them giving an "endorsement of any product, service or enterprise".jason chaffetz, a republican who heads the house of representatives oversight committee, said the promotion was "wrong, wrong, wrong, clearly over the line, unacceptable".he said the white house should notify the office of government et






oscar night's nutty plot twist


“moonlight” won the academy award for best picture of 2016, not “la la land.”it’ll be a while before we can drop the second part of that sentence.what happened sunday night at the dolby theatre in hollywood contained the strangest plot twist among the rich, famous and addled since the recent election. for years, we all heard the same blase litany of complaint about the oscars. so canned. so predictable.so what happened there at the end of the ceremony, broadcast in 225 countries “that now hate us,” as emcee jimmy kimmel pointed out?on sunday, the winner of the “worst supporting envelope” award went to the envelope that somehow ended up in the hand of the final presenter, warren beatty.with his long-ago “bonnie and clyde” co-star faye dunaway at his side, beatty had the misfortune of openin






oscar night's nutty plot twist


“moonlight” won the academy award for best picture of 2016, not “la la land.”it’ll be a while before we can drop the second part of that sentence.what happened sunday night at the dolby theatre in hollywood contained the strangest plot twist among the rich, famous and addled since the recent election. for years, we all heard the same blase litany of complaint about the oscars. so canned. so predictable.so what happened there at the end of the ceremony, broadcast in 225 countries “that now hate us,” as emcee jimmy kimmel pointed out?on sunday, the winner of the “worst supporting envelope” award went to the envelope that somehow ended up in the hand of the final presenter, warren beatty.with his long-ago “bonnie and clyde” co-star faye dunaway at his side, beatty had the misfortune of openin






oscar night's nutty plot twist


“moonlight” won the academy award for best picture of 2016, not “la la land.”it’ll be a while before we can drop the second part of that sentence.what happened sunday night at the dolby theatre in hollywood contained the strangest plot twist among the rich, famous and addled since the recent election. for years, we all heard the same blase litany of complaint about the oscars. so canned. so predictable.so what happened there at the end of the ceremony, broadcast in 225 countries “that now hate us,” as emcee jimmy kimmel pointed out?on sunday, the winner of the “worst supporting envelope” award went to the envelope that somehow ended up in the hand of the final presenter, warren beatty.with his long-ago “bonnie and clyde” costar faye dunaway at his side, beatty had the misfortune of opening






man in critical condition after wrong-way crash in commerce city – the denver po


a man was in critical condition after running his 1990 toyota corolla into another vehicle while driving in the wrong direction on u.s. 85 in commerce city early sunday.the injured man was driving north in the southbound lanes, when he collided with a toyota 4runner, said cmndr. charley schoepflin, of the commerce city police.he is in critical, but stable condition.the accident happened about 3 a.m. near 108th avenue.four passengers in the 4runner suffered minor injuries.






oscars envelopegate: this is why both pwc accountants have been banned


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption martha ruiz and brian cullinan were the only two people who knew the winners in advance quite a few people are wondering why both of the accountants responsible for "envelopegate" at the oscars have been sacked, when only one appeared to be responsible.brian cullinan handed warren beatty the wrong envelope on sunday night, which led to the wrong film being announced as best picture.the academy's decision not to employ cullinan and his colleague martha ruiz again in the future has led to some wondering why she is also being punished.oscars 2017: full coveragenow, one of the stage managers has explained.media captionthe moment la la land's producers realised moonlight had won best picturegary natoli told the wrap that ruiz was equally responsible for






priebus defends flynn, says "nothing wrong" with talking sanctions before inaugu


white house chief of staff reince priebus launched a staunch defense of former national security adviser michael flynn saturday following flynn’s resignation earlier this week.priebus told “face the nation” host john dickerson that the retired general had done nothing wrong after reports that flynn had spoken with russian ambassador sergey kislyak about possibly lifting sanctions on the country weeks before president trump took office. the phone call discussing that foreign policy -- which occurred around the time then-president obama was imposing sanctions in response to kremlin-directed cyberattacks -- could be a possible violation of federal law.“the president said that it was good for michael flynn to be in conversation with the russian ambassador,” dickerson said in the interview, ref






song pop quiz download


download download games for true music lovers. more than 100 popular songs from famous singers and bands. you're must try this game if you fans who love world music and quiz games. simple, fast & fun. method and rules: you will be exposed pieces, then there will be four possible answers and you have to choose one answer that you think you're right. you will be given 4 options help: 1. wrong: if you are one wrong in guessing the song title / lyrics, you can still continue to the next song. 2. pass: if you are in doubt / can not answer the title of the song, you can directly pass to proceed to the next song. 3. 50: 50: if you are in doubt on your choice, you can use the help of 50: 50. then two wrong answers will be removed from the answer choices. 4. replay: if you want to play back the son






cnn panelists swat down conservative for saying conway just ‘joking’ about ivank


on friday, a cnn new day panel was skeptical of the idea that pres. donald trump’s senior aide kellyanne conway might have been joking when she urged people to rush out and buy apparel from ivanka trump’s failing fashion line. “wrong, wrong,” said norman eisen after panelist salena zito said that the flap about conway’s remarks is misplaced because the former trump paign manager was probably joking. “what kellyanne conway did, by the letter of the law, was wrong,” zito said. “having said that, if you watch the clip, it’s clear that she’s joking. and it’s also clear from the way she’s answering. she did not, to my estimation, go on there and be, like, ‘i am totally plugging her line.'”she went on, “it appears to be a throw-away line. it’s clear that she was joking back and forth.”“as a matt






iran: if enemies do wrong, missiles will come down on them


tehran, iran — a senior commander of iran's elite revolutionary guard says iran's missiles will come down on the country's enemies if they do wrong.gen. amir ali hajizadeh says: "if the enemy does not walk the line, our missiles come down on them."hajizadeh's comments come during a military exercise by the revolutionary guard aimed at testing its missile and radar systems.the exercise comes a day after u.s. president donald trump's administration imposed sanctions on iran for a recent missile test. the sanctions target more than two dozen people and companies.






uk government threatens jail for journalists who work with whistleblowers / boin


under a new proposal from the uk law commission, journalists who handle or report on leaked documents demonstrating corruption or government malfeasance would face prison sentences. the recommendation applies to any documents that relate to the "economic wellbeing of the country" and other "national secrets" -- including documents that relate to the ongoign brexit negotiations. jim killock: well, the idea that you can face a jail sentence for handling documents, for instance. i mean, that would just close down journalism where state secrecy is concerned. that is obviously, obviously wrong. and the lack of any sign of a public interest defense for somebody in the secret services, or handling national documents, national security documents to be able to work with journalists? that is also wr






ask the staff: electronic or optical viewfinder?: digital photography review


believe it or not, as a team, we don't all agree on everything. so at any given time, each of us thinks the rest of us are wrong about something subjective that you can't really be wrong about (we're all human). that takes us to the task at hand: all the great recent electronic viewfinders (leica sl, panasonic gh5, fujifilm gfx 50s...well, some of us think that one's just okay) got us on the topic of which type of viewfinder we prefer.optical or electronic? there's no wrong answer. (or is there?)richard butler for me, i’m less concerned about the technology behind a viewfinder than the quality of it. a good optical viewfinder can be a lovely thing: giving you a sense of being ‘in the scene’ that even the best evf can’t match. a good optical viewfinder can also be excellent when shooting in






ask the staff: electronic or optical viewfinder?: digital photography review


believe it or not, as a team, we don't all agree on everything. so at any given time, each of us thinks the rest of us are wrong about something subjective that you can't really be wrong about (we're all human). that takes us to the task at hand: all the great recent electronic viewfinders (leica sl, panasonic gh5, fujifilm gfx 50s...well, some of us think that one's just okay) got us on the topic of which type of viewfinder we prefer.optical or electronic? there's no wrong answer. (or is there?)richard butler for me, i’m less concerned about the technology behind a viewfinder than the quality of it. a good optical viewfinder can be a lovely thing: giving you a sense of being ‘in the scene’ that even the best evf can’t match. a good optical viewfinder can also be excellent when shooting in






steve harvey wonders whether warren beatty will need security, like he did after


it's a great day to be steve harvey -- even if jimmy kimmel did blame him sunday night for the oscars' huge best picture mistake. harvey, who infamously named the wrong winner for miss universe 2015 -- it was miss philippines, pia wurtzbach, not miss colombia, ariadna gutiérrez -- surrendered his televised-gaffe throne on sunday night, and early monday morning he was celebrating and dishing. "free at last! free at last! thank god almighty, i am free at last," harvey said on his kjlh-fm morning show after the wrong movie was announced as best picture at the academy awards on sunday night. the comic and tv host talked about the death threats he got after the miss universe show and mused at one point about whether warren beatty, who presented the award along with faye dunaway, would need secu






steve harvey wonders whether warren beatty will need security, like he did after


it's a great day to be steve harvey — even if jimmy kimmel did blame him sunday night for the oscars' huge best picture mistake. harvey, who infamously named the wrong winner for miss universe 2015 — it was miss philippines pia wurtzbach, not miss colombia ariadna gutiérrez — surrendered his televised-gaffe throne on sunday night, and early monday morning he was celebrating and dishing. "free at last! free at last! thank god almighty, i am free at last," harvey said on his kjlh-fm morning show after the wrong movie was announced as best picture at the academy awards on sunday night. the comic and tv host talked about the death threats he got after the miss universe show and mused at one point about whether warren beatty, who presented the award along with faye dunaway, would need security






always verify advice on social security


social security questions: divorced, filing for restricted benefit; beware, you can get wrong answers from social security office; info on widow’s benefits; bank led customer astray on benefits.q: i am now retiring and dealing with social security at age 66 after being married 18 years, divorced six years, and still single.when i attempted to file and suspend, and then file for a restricted benefit based on my ex’s income (so i can delay until age 70 filing for my own maximum benefits), the local social security office told me i cannot file on my ex unless she has already filed for benefits. she is now 65 and does not want to file, but my understanding is it does not matter if she files or not. am i correct? if so, how do i convince the local office? a: my estimate is that half of social s






sacramento high school abandons annual auction of senior


sacramento, calif. (ap) — a high school is abandoning an annual fundraising auction to buy a senior for a day after classmates said they consider the practice insensitive and “all-around wrong.”the sacramento bee reported monday (http://bit.ly/2ly0s4w ) that an african-american senior launched a petition to end the practice at john f. kennedy high school.senior lamari johnson says her ancestors fought against slavery and the idea of buying a human is wrong.the feb. 9 event raised money for the school’s senior ball.the fundraiser allowed students to pay for a senior to carry a backpack all day or do other chores.principal david van natten says he decided last week to end the tradition after hearing concerns from johnson and others.






want a raise? get trump to insult your company


gop rep. calls conway's promotion of ivanka trump brand 'wrong, wrong, wrong'julie bykowicz, bernard condonthe white house has "counseled" a top aide to president donald trump after she promoted ivanka trump's fashion line during a national cable television appearance from the white house.but house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetz says that's not enough, calling what kellyanne conway did...the white house has "counseled" a top aide to president donald trump after she promoted ivanka trump's fashion line during a national cable television appearance from the white house.but house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetz says that's not enough, calling what kellyanne conway did... (julie bykowicz, bernard condon)






white house rebuffs ethics office recommendation to discipline kellyanne conway


gop rep. calls conway's promotion of ivanka trump brand 'wrong, wrong, wrong'julie bykowicz, bernard condonthe white house has "counseled" a top aide to president donald trump after she promoted ivanka trump's fashion line during a national cable television appearance from the white house.but house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetz says that's not enough, calling what kellyanne conway did...the white house has "counseled" a top aide to president donald trump after she promoted ivanka trump's fashion line during a national cable television appearance from the white house.but house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetz says that's not enough, calling what kellyanne conway did... (julie bykowicz, bernard condon)






out of prison, then back in? unique plan aims to break cycle


boston — tykeam jackson's soft voice and warm smile give little hint of how the 21-year-old spent his youth: in and out of juvenile detention and jails, leading a life in boston's mean streets centered on gangs and guns."i was always having guns to protect myself. i just kept getting caught," he said. "i was hanging around the wrong crowd, being in the wrong areas, getting into the wrong activities."over the past year, his outlook has changed. even as a pending criminal case looms over him, he's slowly gaining confidence that he can break the cycle that has entangled him — with the help of a unique organization called roca."they've gotten me in the right direction," he said. "since i've been with roca, my whole life has done a 360."roca is a nonprofit that seeks to steer hundreds of massac






travel ban 2.0 is still wrong, irrational and illegal


president trump’s new travel ban is wrong, illegal and irrational, just like the old travel ban. it is both wrong and illegal to assume that a person is more likely to be dangerous because of his or her religion, national origin, race or ethnicity. it is irrational to believe that refugees fleeing persecution are a national security threat.like the prior executive order, which was announced jan. 27, the new version issued monday suspends the entire refugee program for 120 days. it caps the total number of refugees admitted this fiscal year at 50,000 instead of 110,000. it bars immigrants from sudan, syria, iran, libya, somalia and yemen for 90 days.two main differences stand out between travel ban 1.0 and 2.0. the first executive order included iraq on the banned list; the second does not.






reaction and analysis: what happens now with trump's new travel ban?


abu hasan, a commander of popular mobilization forces fighting to free mosul from islamic state, was standing at a checkpoint on the outskirts of the city at dusk when he heard about president trump's revised travel ban. "the people of iraq suffered a lot of terrorism. the order was wrong, wrong, wrong," he said of the original travel ban that included iraq. "we are defending not just iraq but the world against islamic state. hopefully our relationship with the americans will develop and we will have an alliance against terrorism." ahmed galadi, 30, a federal police officer with the emergency response division fighting in west mosul, was encouraged by the revised ban, which he called "a secure decision." galadi, a father of two, worked with u.s. forces for years and has paid a steep price.






it's not the envelope—the oscars keep choosing the wrong film


when the best picture award was given to “la la land,” it was not a surprise. hollywood loves musicals, and is always seeking to present musicals with awards. while not a fan of musicals outside of “the blues brothers,” this makes sense: musicals are difficult to make. they combine elements of music, acting, singing, and dancing all in one production.alas, the euphoria for the producers of “la la land” was short-lived. as it turned out, warren beatty and faye dunaway were given the wrong envelope. minutes later, we found out the best picture winner was barry jenkins’ coming-of-age film, “moonlight.” this time the envelope was correct.unfortunately, the choice of “moonlight” for best picture was not. instead, it appears to have fallen victim to the “message movie” trap of choosing the best






out of prison, then back in? unique plan aims to break cycle


boston (ap) — tykeam jackson’s soft voice and warm smile give little hint of how the 21-year-old spent his youth: in and out of juvenile detention and jails, leading a life in boston’s mean streets centered on gangs and guns.“i was always having guns to protect myself. i just kept getting caught,” he said. “i was hanging around the wrong crowd, being in the wrong areas, getting into the wrong activities.”over the past year, his outlook has changed. even as a pending criminal case looms over him, he’s slowly gaining confidence that he can break the cycle that has entangled him — with the help of a unique organization called roca.“they’ve gotten me in the right direction,” he said. “since i’ve been with roca, my whole life has done a 360.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 w






pastor responds perfectly after unhinged man interrupts church sermon to rail ag


an oregon man opted to combat love, tolerance and inclusivity by barging into a pro-gay church to denounce homosexuality—directly following a sermon on discrimination.“listen up! i’m here to tell you that homosexuality is wrong,” the man declares as he stomps into the ceremony at the park rose community church in portland, oregon. “and what you’re doing is wrong,” he adds once he mounts the stage.pastor don frueh looks shocked at first, but as katu in portland reports, the openly gay spiritual leader remembered that “love wins”—the slogan on the church’s sign. instead of escalating the encounter, congregants circle the man to try and soothe him.in an interview with katu, the openly gay pastor explained his reaction.“when somebody is being hurtful, i see that there’s a hurt in them,” frueh






oscar night's nutty plot twist


“moonlight” won the academy award for best picture of 2016, not “la la land.”it’ll be a while before we can drop the second part of that sentence.what happened sunday night at the dolby theatre in hollywood contained the strangest plot twist among the rich, famous and addled since the recent election. for years, we all heard the same blase litany of complaint about the oscars. so canned. so predictable.so what happened there at the end of the ceremony, broadcast in 225 countries “that now hate us,” as emcee jimmy kimmel pointed out?on sunday, the winner of the “worst supporting envelope” award went to the envelope that somehow ended up in the hand of the final presenter, warren beatty.with his long-ago “bonnie and clyde” co-star faye dunaway at his side, beatty had the misfortune of openin






oscar night's nutty plot twist


“moonlight” won the academy award for best picture of 2016, not “la la land.”it’ll be a while before we can drop the second part of that sentence.what happened sunday night at the dolby theatre in hollywood contained the strangest plot twist among the rich, famous and addled since the recent election. for years, we all heard the same blase litany of complaint about the oscars. so canned. so predictable.so what happened there at the end of the ceremony, broadcast in 225 countries “that now hate us,” as emcee jimmy kimmel pointed out?on sunday, the winner of the “worst supporting envelope” award went to the envelope that somehow ended up in the hand of the final presenter, warren beatty.with his long-ago “bonnie and clyde” co-star faye dunaway at his side, beatty had the misfortune of openin






oscar night's nutty plot twist


“moonlight” won the academy award for best picture of 2016, not “la la land.”it’ll be a while before we can drop the second part of that sentence.what happened sunday night at the dolby theatre in hollywood contained the strangest plot twist among the rich, famous and addled since the recent election. for years, we all heard the same blase litany of complaint about the oscars. so canned. so predictable.so what happened there at the end of the ceremony, broadcast in 225 countries “that now hate us,” as emcee jimmy kimmel pointed out?on sunday, the winner of the “worst supporting envelope” award went to the envelope that somehow ended up in the hand of the final presenter, warren beatty.with his long-ago “bonnie and clyde” co-star faye dunaway at his side, beatty had the misfortune of openin






oscar night's nutty plot twist


“moonlight” won the academy award for best picture of 2016, not “la la land.”it’ll be a while before we can drop the second part of that sentence.what happened sunday night at the dolby theatre in hollywood contained the strangest plot twist among the rich, famous and addled since the recent election. for years, we all heard the same blase litany of complaint about the oscars. so canned. so predictable.so what happened there at the end of the ceremony, broadcast in 225 countries “that now hate us,” as emcee jimmy kimmel pointed out?on sunday, the winner of the “worst supporting envelope” award went to the envelope that somehow ended up in the hand of the final presenter, warren beatty.with his long-ago “bonnie and clyde” co-star faye dunaway at his side, beatty had the misfortune of openin






oscar night's nutty plot twist


“moonlight” won the academy award for best picture of 2016, not “la la land.”it’ll be a while before we can drop the second part of that sentence.what happened sunday night at the dolby theatre in hollywood contained the strangest plot twist among the rich, famous and addled since the recent election. for years, we all heard the same blase litany of complaint about the oscars. so canned. so predictable.so what happened there at the end of the ceremony, broadcast in 225 countries “that now hate us,” as emcee jimmy kimmel pointed out?on sunday, the winner of the “worst supporting envelope” award went to the envelope that somehow ended up in the hand of the final presenter, warren beatty.with his long-ago “bonnie and clyde” co-star faye dunaway at his side, beatty had the misfortune of openin






'get out' review: jordan peele's directorial debut is a devilish meet-the-parent


it's a point of pride with any horror film, or any thriller verging on horror: used correctly, a perfectly innocent song suddenly sounds like the scariest bleep in the world.the opening sequence of "get out," one of the most bracing surprises of the new moviegoing year, finds a young man walking along a dark suburban street, looking for an address somewhere on edgewood lane. he is alone. a car, driver obscured by the streetlight shadows, slowly rolls up alongside him. the gently macabre old ditty "run rabbit run," the one about the farmer who wants his rabbit pie, plays inside the car.the pedestrian knows something is up. "not today," he mutters, turning around, picking up his walking pace.but today is his day. before he knows it, the young man, who is african-american in a presumptively a






live updates: revised ban puts restrictions on 6 muslim-majority countries, excl


abu hasan, a commander of popular mobilization forces fighting to free mosul from islamic state, was standing at a checkpoint on the outskirts of the city at dusk when he heard about president trump's revised travel ban. "the people of iraq suffered a lot of terrorism. the order was wrong, wrong, wrong," he said of the original travel ban that included iraq. "we are defending not just iraq but the world against islamic state. hopefully our relationship with the americans will develop and we will have an alliance against terrorism." ahmed galadi, 30, a federal police officer with the emergency response division fighting in west mosul, was encouraged by the revised ban, which he called "a secure decision." galadi, a father of two, worked with u.s. forces for years and has paid a steep price.






st. paul's new recycling system leaves some residents frustrated


as a light snow fell on st. paul’s east side, michael richie still was waiting for a eureka recycling truck to come empty his overflowing cart. two weeks, he said, no truck.“maybe they skipped me,” he said, hoping that this week would be different. “i’m running out of room.”eureka and st. paul city officials estimate that richie has had plenty of company during the past two weeks, which saw the first runs for eureka’s new automated recycling trucks with nearly 80,000 new recycling bins. then add in the new recycling days and alley pickup. for at least several hundred customers, the new system has been frustrating.“a lot has changed,” said lynn hoffman, eureka co-president. “we’re seeing normalization in sight, but it’s going to take a while.”on jan. 16, st. paul and eureka moved to a new r