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Area Universities Warn Some Staff and Students Against Travel Outside US

Washington-area universities are responding to President Trump's executive order banning travel into the United States from citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries, with some even explicitly warning students and staff from those nations against traveling overseas.

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Weather: Chance of snow showers

Monday, Jan. 30: Light snow (under 1 in.) in the morning and overnight. Clouds and brisk winds will push through the Cincinnati area this weekend, dropping wind chills to as low as 15 degrees. Monday will be partly sunny, with a high near 26. West wind around 6 miles per hour. MONDAY: Sunny early, cloudy in the afternoon. TUESDAY: The chance for both rain and snow returns Tuesday.

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Hands on with Windows 10 Build 15019 for Redstone 2

For now, the Windows 10 Build 15019 is only available for Windows Insiders enrolled in the Fast ring for PCs. Moreover, the Settings app gets overhauled with a brand new Games tab, which organizes the Game Mode, GameDVR, and Game bar, along with options for broadcasting and streaming.

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United States judge blocks Trump's order to ban Muslim travellers

Justine, New Zealand lawyer who wished to withhold her surname, said while at the best of times JFK is a busy airport, "tonight it is something else altogether". From the language of the order, it appears it only applies to persons already cleared to stay in the United States under President Barack Obama-and the hearing will determine the ultimate outcome.

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Trump, Mexican president opt for phone call instead of visit

The announcement follows a feud between Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto that has reached a boiling point over the past 24 hours. Mexico has long insisted it will not heed Mr Trump's demands to pay for the construction project.

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Confusion and Protest Two Days After Trump's Immigration Order

Nydia Velazquez (D-N.Y.). There was no count available of how many people were either detained here in the USA or left stranded at airports around the world on their way to the U.S., organizations dealing with refugees have said they have received reports of people being detained at airports all around the country.

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Guess What Will Cost More If Trump Enacts 20% Mexico Tariff

Trump insists that Mexico pay for the wall, while Pena Nieto says Mexico will not. After Mr Pena Nieto pulled out of the summit, Mr Trump said the meeting would have been "fruitless" if Mexico didn't treat the U.S. Trump has long promised he will somehow get Mexico to pay for building the wall, though he has recently switched to promising Mexico will reimburse US taxpayers.

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Airbnb offers free housing to refugees affected by Donald Trump's ban

Refugee entry from Syria, however, would be suspended indefinitely, and all travel from Syria and six other nations - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen - is suspended for 90 days. "We have 3 million omes, so we can definitely find people a place to stay ", the CEO added. And Tim Cook, Apple CEO, said "Apple would not exist without immigration" as co-founder Steve Jobs was a Syrian immigrant.

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Twitter Announces the Release of National Security Letters

The FBI appeared to go beyond the scope of existing legal guidance in seeking certain kinds of internet records from Twitter as recently as previous year, legal experts said, citing two warrantless surveillance orders the social media company published on Friday.

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Mexico crisis deepens as Trump aide floats border tax idea

Mexico is the second-largest supplier of agricultural imports to the U.S. "It is clear we need to be prepared to immediately neutralise the impact of such a measure", Economy Secretary Ildefonso Guajardo said . "We recognize that it is the beginning of a new relationship with President Trump and his government", he said. "I regret and condemn the United States' decision to continue with the construction of a wall that, for years now, far from uniting us, divides us", he said.

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Mo Farah Comments on President Donald Trump's Executive Order on Immigration Ban

British citizens hit by the ban include Mo Farah, the Olympic runner, who trains in OR, but was born in Somalia. "On 27th January, President Donald Trump seems to have made me an alien", Farah said in his statement. On Saturday, US Federal judge Ann Donnelly handed an early victory to the lawyers challenging President Trump's executive order barring immigrants from several majority-Muslim countries.

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The peso is surging after Trump's latest tweet railing against Mexico

Spicer told the press, "If you tax that $50 billion at 20 percent of imports". Trump said in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network on Friday that there were options besides an import tax that could be "much more positive" for both countries.

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Girl Scout's 100th annual sales drive of popular treats begins Sunday

Cookies will be sold through March 5. While most cookies will keep their $4 price tag during this year's campaign, limited availability of the S'mores, as well as the gluten-free Toffee-Tastic cookies, will cost buyers an extra buck per box.

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Iran Responds in Kind to US Travel Ban

U.S. president Donald Trump on Friday inked an executive order which temporalily blocks the entry of citizens from certain Muslim majority countries including Iran to the United states. Al Jazeera's Dorsa Jabbari, reporting from Tehran, said Trump's decision is causing "a lot of concern" among Iranians planning to travel to the US.

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Theresa May: Donald Trump to make state visit to UK

May on Saturday was criticised for refusing to condemn Trump's executive order banning refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries, the BBC reported. The decision of Trump's administration has already been criticized by different rights groups, such as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and countries, such as Iran and lawsuits have already been filed against United States authorities.

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SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition is this weekend

Cars? Horses? Well , we certainly know what comes to Tesla and SpaceX's CEO, Elon Musk's mind. Musk-led SpaceX isn't pursuing a hyperloop company, but it is sponsoring a competition to encourage amateur teams to generate new technologies for the concept.

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Cloudy weekend with temperatures dropping off Sunday night

Thursday night .Mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of snow. Snow showers and flurries are on the move across the region. Snow showers and periods of light snow continue into the overnight. Wednesday night - Mostly cloudy, with a low around 20. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 7. Partly sunny, still blustery at times, with highs in the 20s.

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A Surreal Look at Trump's America: 5 Takeaways From His First Week

Then there's his executive order aimed at allowing border agents more freedom to detain undocumented immigrants and end the policy of "catch and release" that other presidents have allowed and President Obama revived previous year. Executive actions that set policy can be overturned by the courts or by legislation passed by Congress. President Barak Obama publicly stated nobody was more qualified to be the next Democrat president than Clinton.

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This Statistic About Muslims Will Shut Down Any Pro-Refugee Ban Argument

The order particularly bars Syrian refugees from entering the United States indefinitely, or until the president decides they no longer pose a potential threat to the safety of the country. "We fought against this discrimination once before, but this time , the fight is national", says Cole Varga, the group's executive director. Michael Moore's message today could not be more clear: " W$3 e need a massive showing right now ".

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President Donald Trump gets 'beautiful letter' from outgoing President Barack Obama

When you also consider the Democrats' specious opposition to voter ID laws, their defense of voter intimidation tactics and their long history of paying people to vote, you have reasonable grounds for suspicion, not to mention the credible research of John Fund and others documenting that there is indeed cause for concern.

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Support the National Park Service, Buy Their Cute Clothes

On Tuesday, the Badlands National Park's Twitter account tweeted up a storm about climate change, as the Trump administration wiped the White House web pages of any mentions of global warming. "Not an official NASA account". It was apparent a couple days later that the Trump administration was still upset with the NPS. Sara Huckabee Sanders, White House deputy press secretary said that the call demonstrates Trump's management style to be "so accessible, and constantly in touch".

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Iraqi Refugees Detained at JFK as Trump's Muslim Ban Takes Effect

The other detainee is a USA contractor trying to reunite with his wife and son - who hasn't seen his father in three years - in Texas.One worked with the U.S.in Iraq in a number of roles, including as an interpreter for the United States army.

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Second Baby Dolphin Killed By Selfie-Taking Swimmers In Argentina

According to local newspaper, La Capital , one witness said the tourists simply "let him die". In February 2016, animal lovers in Argentina were distraught after a baby dolphin died in similar circumstances in the beach resort of Santa Teresita, also in Buenos Aires.

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Wal-Mart revamps pay policy, speeds up training program

Other large investors also recently modified their holdings of the company. Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT) is adjusting its pay wage policies and making changes to its training program. Wal-Mart Stores (NYSE:WMT) last announced its earnings results on Thursday, November 17th. Shares of Wal-Mart are down 3.46% YTD vs. the S&P 500 2.58% return.

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California official: Voter fraud claims 'dangerous'

President Trump claimed in a recent ABC News interview that millions of people voted illegally in the election , but has so far not produced proof to back up this highly-disputed claim. We fear that this investigation , if it occurs, will be undertaken with the conclusion already reached - this is why the methodology must also be released for critical examination.

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This Kyocera smartphone can be washed with soap and water

The DIGNO smartphone featured high-end specs and protection against water. This is not the first washable smartphone, the company in 2015 launched a similar smartphone and this is its successor. The Kyocera rafre runs Android 7.0 Nougat on a 5-inch HD display. The rafre doesn't have a regular earpiece so that water or dirt can't enter the phone, so it uses Smart Sonic Receiver tech to send vibrations to the eardrum via the phone's display.

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NASA remembers Apollo 1 crew

Grissom, aged 40 and one of the original Mercury 7 astronauts, became the second American in space in a suborbital flight that preceded John Glenn's landmark first U.S. "We got to the moon not in spite of Apollo 1, but because of Apollo 1", added Cabana. Displayed are board games like those he played with his wife and kids on rare evenings free of training.

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Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders Start Strongly In Japan

Whether or not these make it to all regions or if it's just a display thing in Japan remains to be seen but it's a great use of the transparent cases we think. Unlike the Wii U, which was considered to be a huge flop for Nintendo, the Switch looks to be advertised for exactly what it is, one strong point according to Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime.

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Weekend Wx: Lake effect snow heading for GLOW region

The hardest-hit regions in upstate NY will be the Tug Hill Plateau east of Lake Ontario and southwestern counties along Lake Erie . Lake effect snow breaks out through the day on Thursday, though drier air in place and should keep accumulations somewhat limited until Friday.

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Seagate Is Getting Close To Releasing a 16TB Hard Drive

According to a report from PCWorld , the largest capacity Seagate is now producing is 10TB mechanical hard drive with a 12TB hard drive in the testing phase. $400. In the mainstream market, mechanical hard drives are being replaced by NAND-based solid state drives (SSDs) as the primary storage device. According to a report by PCWorld , the highest capacity that Seagate is now in possession of when you're considering mechanical hard drives is 10TB.

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Caught out by the U.S. visa change

Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United. Trump's order means that thousands of citizens from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia and Libya may not be allowed to board flights bound for the USA - even if they hold "green card" (permanent residents' permit).

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Alphabet lost a billion on its moon shots this quarter

Cost of revenues rose to $10.7 billion from $8.2 billion a year ago. However, its other bets are still making losses, albeit at a lesser pace. The Street had been looking for adjusted earnings of $9.64 per share on $20.6 billion in revenue.

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Oppo A57 'selfie-centric' smartphone launching on February 3 in India

For now, India price details of the Oppo A57 are unknown. Oppo A57 was launched in November past year in China. It will launched in two colour variants - Rose Gold and Gold. It is backed with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage , which is further expandable up to 128GB via a microSD card. OPPO past year made headlines in India with its selfie-centric F1s and the F1 Plus, which feature a 16-megapixel front camera , selfie flash and enhanced Beautify mode.

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Mixed Reactions From Muslims In America To Trump's Anti-Immigration Actions

Refugee Admissions Program for 120 days and bans refugees from Syria from entering the U.S. until further notice. "They've been horribly treated ", Trump told the TV channel. However, within hours campaigners said that there had been reports of many green card holders and visa holders were being denied permission to enter the country.

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Rocky Mountain National Park tweets, celebrates 102 years of history

While the account makes clear in its bio that it's not run by government employees, its mission is clear: to spread information about climate change in the event that Trump orders the agency to go silent. UPDATE: MSNBC's Steve Benen writes of Trump's contacting the director of the National Park Service , "the president didn't believe reality, he sought additional evidence, he considered the new information, and he then chose to reject reality once more because it made him feel better ...


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