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The Latest: Trump sees possible deal on young immigrants

The lawmakers said they were optimistic they'd be able to strike more bipartisanship deals this year on Capitol Hill. But it's unclear the extent to which Trump is willing to work with Democrats to achieve that goal. 1:50 p.m. President Donald Trump says he won't sign legislation protecting hundreds....
 

Trump, GOP lawmakers huddle at Camp David

Emerging from closed-door meetings with Republican leaders, President Donald Trump on Saturday held out the prospect of a deal with Democrats on the fate of young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children but appeared to put a welfare system overhaul — once a top White House priority — on the back burner.

Star 'Treknology': Imagining The Future Into Being

We live in a unique moment of human history where the tools our parents used are not the ones we take in hand. The pace of technological (and hence societal) change is so fast now, compared with a few centuries ago, that we've developed an entire branch of storytelling dedicated to imagining where those changes are headed.

Keep guidelines in place that work to ensure all students… 42 minutes | Spotlight

Allison R. Brown and Marlyn Tillman Opinion contributors It took 50 years after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 for the federal government to produce guidance that clarifies how the law should protect students of color from the racial discrimination they too often face when it comes to school discipline.

Mattis Speaks to Reporters About South Asia, North Korea, Iran

WASHINGTON, Jan. 5, 2018 - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis discussed strategy in South Asia, issues on the Korean Peninsula and Iranian illicit weapons activities, in an impromptu discussion with Pentagon reporters today. Defense Secretary James N. Mattis speaks with reporters at the Pentagon, Jan.

North Korea 'likely' to participate in Winter Games

Hong Kong [Hong Kong], Jan 6 (ANI): North Korea is likely to participate in next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea. According to foreign media reports, Chang Ung, the North Korean International Olympic Committee (IOC) member made this comment at Beijing International Airport.

'We are your voice here': Toronto demonstrators rally in support of Iranian protesters

Dozens of people rallied in Yonge-Dundas Square on Saturday in support of ongoing anti-government demonstrations in Iran. Carrying Iranian flags and chanting slogans calling for peaceful regime change, Iranian-Canadians and other supporters braved the frigid temperatures to show protesters in Iran....

Angela Merkel at bay … Social Democrats to set high coalition price

Facing state elections in Bavaria in the autumn this year, Merkel’s allies in the CSU in particular have ratcheted up their rhetoric. Politicians from the party have over the past week called for cuts in benefits to refugees, mandatory age tests for asylum seekers, and extending the suspension of....

Trump, GOP lawmakers huddle at Camp David

THURMONT, Md. (AP) Emerging from closed-door meetings with Republican leaders, President Donald Trump on Saturday held out the prospect of a deal with Democrats on the fate of young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children but appeared to put a welfare system overhaul once a top White House priority on the back burner.

The Latest: Trump sees possible deal on young immigrants

1:50 p.m. President Donald Trump says he won't sign legislation protecting hundreds of thousands of young people brought to the country illegally as children unless Congress agrees to overhaul the legal immigration system. Trump told reporters Saturday at Camp David that any deal must include an....

Fear skyrocketing parking costs will see cars flood residential streets

Residents living near the site of the new Perth Children's hospital are worried spiralling parking costs will force more people to spill out onto nearby streets, increasing parking problems in the area. It comes amid concern from parents they won't able to afford the fees charged by the private....

Palestinians mark Orthodox Christmas amid boycott calls, protest

By Saleh Yousef. Palestinians protesting church land sales to Israelis scuffled with Palestinian police in Bethlehem Saturday as they tried to block the arrival of the Holy Land's Greek Orthodox patriarch for Christmas celebrations. Demonstrators scuffled with club-wielding Palestinian security....

Act quickly on land law flaws, CS urged

In a precedent setting ruling over a civil suit filed by Mr Anthony Otiende against the Public Service Commission (PSC) and two others, Justice Onguto ordered: “the registration forms as well as forms of title including leases, title deeds, grants and certificates of title or of lease made and....

The 'stable genius' isn't even functioning as president

Like clockwork, on Saturday around 7 a.m., no doubt feeling the sting of widespread discussion that he is — as his own advisers described to Michael Wolff for his book “ Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House ” — a dope, a moron, a man-child, a semi-illiterate, President Trump confirmed it all with a tweet .

As protests go on, Iranian exiles wrestle with fear, foreboding and coded messages

Iranian students clash with riot police during a protest in Tehran on Dec. 30. The government has restricted internet access and online messaging services. (Str/Epa-Efe/Rex/Shutterstock) LONDON — Ben Abdi sent his sister in Iran two messages on Tuesday and by the weekend hadn’t heard a peep back.

Doctors Nova Scotia calling for end to ‘antiquated’ payment model

Doctors Nova Scotia, a professional association representing physicians in the province, hosted more than 25 doctors at a meeting in Dartmouth on Saturday to try to find a solution to a problem they say is preventing members from doing their jobs. They said they wanted to bring together physicians....

U.S. EPA recognizes the Presidio Trust as 2017 WasteWise Winner

SAN FRANCISCO – Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized the prevention and diversion accomplishments of the Presidio Trust, one of 16 WasteWise national award winners. The award recipients collectively prevented and recycled over 355,801 tons of waste, saving $17.7 million in avoided landfill fees.

U.S. EPA recognizes Earth Friendly Products as 2017 WasteWise Winner

SAN FRANCISCO – Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized the prevention and diversion accomplishments of Earth Friendly Products, based in Cypress, Calif., one of 16 WasteWise national award winners. The award recipients collectively prevented and recycled over 355,801 tons of waste, saving $17.

EPA recognizes JK Moving Services in Virginia as a 2017 WasteWise Winner

PHILADELPHIA (January 5, 2018) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognizes the prevention and diversion accomplishments of the 16 WasteWise national award winners, who collectively prevented and recycled over 355,801 tons of waste, saving $17.7 million in avoided landfill fees.

EPA Recognizes Ravitz Family Markets of New Jersey as 2017 WasteWise Winner

(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognizes the prevention and diversion accomplishments of Ravitz Family Markets in Burlington and Camden Counties, New Jersey, as two of the 16 WasteWise national award winners, who collectively prevented and recycled over 355,801 tons of waste, saving $17.

EPA Hurricane Maria Update, Friday January 5, 2018

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency continues its response to Hurricanes Irma and Maria in close coordination with other federal agencies and our commonwealth, territorial, and local partners. EPA continues its work to address drinking water and wastewater needs in Puerto Rico and the U.

Pharmacists fear side-effects of a ban on over-the-counter codeine sales

A ban on over-the-counter codeine sales could cause as many problems as it solves, one pharmacist has warned. Codeine-based pain killers will only be available on prescription from February 1, with experts fearing it will increase demand for GP appointments, leave some patients suffering withdrawal....

Trump, GOP lawmakers huddle at Camp David

By JILL COLVIN Associated Press. THURMONT, Md. (AP) - Emerging from closed-door meetings with Republican leaders, President Donald Trump on Saturday held out the prospect of a deal with Democrats on the fate of young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children but appeared to put a....

The Latest: Trump sees possible deal on young immigrants

THURMONT, Md. (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump's meetings at Camp David with congressional leaders (all times local): 5 p.m. President Donald Trump is holding out the prospect of a deal with Democrats on the fate of young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children.

Update your software today. Seriously.

Rishi Iyengar. (CNN Money) -- Chances are you own a smartphone or computer that contains a chip hackers could potentially exploit to get access to sensitive information. That's because billions of devices are affected by two major security flaws revealed by cybersecurity researchers on Wednesday.

In 2018, go buy a village, town will find you!

It is a new year and buying your first plot of land or house is high on your list of 2018 resolutions; you couldn’t have chosen a worse time to buy. Fortunately, worse is better than worst. Property prices, by my forecast, will soar this year, but there is a way around it.

Muthoni’s journey to becoming Miss Africa beauty queen

Winning the first runner up title on December 27, 2017, at the Miss Africa beauty pageant came as a surprise for Rwandan representative, 23 year old, Fiona Muthoni Naringwa. “I wasn’t well prepared as I was invited on short notice but being a Christian, I knew that God was with me and when I went....

Tech trends to watch in Rwanda in 2018

Technology is growing at a fast rate in Rwanda, and 2017 was truly another year of new technological innovations. We have seen technological transformations disrupt and redefine businesses, education, healthcare, real estate, among other sectors. More than ever, we have started using vocabularies....

Knee-jerk reactions will not make our roads safer

At the beginning of the festive season, I did write something urging those on the road to be cautious so as not to leave people in tears after fatal accidents. I want to believe that some took heed of my message and others employed common sense to avoid any tragic twists to the holiday.

Calestous Juma was an advocate for innovation in African agriculture

Calestous Juma, a prominent global advocate for sustainable development in struggling countries, particularly in his native Africa, could trace his passion for technological innovation to his arduous childhood in colonial Kenya. One of 14 children, most of whom died of malaria, he grew up on the....

Benimana on training a new generation of architects

The old thinking of new cities that involves facial beauty architecture, does not provide economic and social opportunities for economic growth or social inclusiveness.The facial beauty should not stop us from questioning the foundation of the architecture,” Benimana says.
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