She showed it to experts, the gallery’s board and members of the National Commission of Fine Arts. According to Stuart, several had the same reaction: “Oh, I get it. It’s like Rothko.”. Monday night onAll In with Chris Hayes: New York City stop and frisk policy has sparked a national discussion about security, justice and racial profiling. New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and Mayor Michael Bloomberg have been on a media blitz defending the controversial program from critics who support a federal judge decision that the practice is unconstitutional. Mayor Bloomberg wrote an op ed in Monday Washington Postdefending stop and frisk, whileDemocratic front runner for mayor Bill de Blasio doubled down on his opposition to the program in a new ad released Monday..
The room was speckless, one of the nicer features of the complex. McClure had moved here, she said, after spending months crashing with relatives. She had been homeless, after a marriage ended. “Right now, the law is . The federal government cannot do a registry. We doubled down on that and made stronger penalties a felony if any law enforcement or anybody tries to do a registry for the federal government,” he said.
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Big things are happening in the Himalaya, where teams have begun summitting Everest and other peaks. Local time. The successful climb extends his record for the person who has climbed the world’s highest peak the most times. Then there are moments like the time our youth group helped an older woman clean up her yard, which she had been unable to touch since her husband’s death. We went to her house grumbling, the way teenagers do when they have to get up early on a Saturday to do labor. But then we started to clean, and with every item taken away her face lit up a little more..
You’re listening to All Things Considered from NPR News. In Los Angeles, residents of a mobile home park finally got to come back today. The neighborhood was incinerated by a massive wildfire over the weekend. Selling ice cream to children is mostly a late afternoon or evening enterprise, and we start the day by selling lunch to construction workers building a plant in Southeast for Pepco, the utility company. Hamidu serves them with game wit. Each time he sells a $2 ice cream sandwich, he says, “That’ll be two hundred dollars.” When one longtime customer gripes about the heat, Hamidu reaches into the fridge, then flicks him with a fistful of ice; the guy flinches and laughs.