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donald trump to issue new executive order to revise travel ban


following a court injunction on his executive order on travel ban, us president donald trump said he will sign a new version of his executive order banning citizens of seven mostly muslim countries and all refugees from travelling to the united states.stating that it does not want a larger appellate panel to review the court ruling, trump administration in a court filing on february 16 said, it would soon replace the travel ban with his new executive order.“in so doing, the president will clear the way for immediately protecting the country rather than pursuing further, potentially time-consuming litigation,” the administration said in the court documents.you may also likeaddressing a news conference at white house, trump said, “the new order is going to be very much tailored to what i con






trump’s new travel ban will be a lot like the last one


the new white house travel ban is going to look a lot like the last one, a top policy adviser for the trump administration revealed.“fundamentally you’re going to have the same basic policy outcome for the country,” stephen miller told fox news on tuesday night, saying the new executive order will mirror the one halted by courts.“these are mostly minor technical differences,” he added.the last ban temporarily prevented travel of immigrants and refugees from seven majority muslim countries to the united states. it was halted when a seattle judge slapped a temporary restraining order on the executive order, which was upheld by a higher court, the ninth circuit court of appeals.“one of the big differences that you’re going to see in the executive order is that is going to be res...






here's what donald trump's revised travel ban order says


after drawing criticism from several quarters for the travel ban order, united states president donald trump has reportedly revised the travel ban order. the draft of the new executive order targets the same seven countries listed in the original immigration ban order but have decided to exempt green card holders and people who have a visa to travel to the us.following a court injunction on his executive order on travel ban, us president donald trump had earlier stated that he will sign a new version of his executive order banning citizens of seven mostly muslim countries and all refugees from travelling to the united states. stating that it does not want a larger appellate panel to review the court ruling, trump administration in a court filing on february 16 said, it would soon replace t






‘family matters’ star accused of dangling daughter over pot of boiling water


darius mccrary, who played eddie winslow on the ’90s sitcom “family matters,” has been accused of a variety of abusive behavior including holding his infant daughter over a pot of boiling water.according to court documents obtained by tmz, mccrary’s wife, tammy brawner, made several claims against the actor saying he “is violent, destructive and unstable emotionally.”brawner wrote in the court docs filed in the los angeles superior court feb. 15 that mccrary “uses drugs and drinks heavily on a regular basis.”brawner, who has a temporary restraining order against mccrary, according to the wrap, also said the actor threw a cell phone at her when she was eight months pregnant with their daughter zoey, who was born in september 2015, after she attempted to leave him.the cast o...






donald trump looks at new immigration order, no supreme court appeal


by: reuters | washington | published:february 11, 2017 7:01 amus president donald trump said late on friday he is considering issuing a new travel ban executive order, while a white house official said the administration did not plan to escalate a legal dispute over trump’s original travel ban order to the supreme court. trump’s original order banning entry to the united states by refugees and citizens of seven muslim-majority countries was put on hold by a federal judge in seattle last week with a temporary restraining order, and that suspension was upheld by an appeals court in san francisco on thursday. trump said during a surprise visit with reporters aboard air force one en route to florida from washington that he was considering “a brand new order” that could be issued as soon as mo






gujarat: woman seeks formali ion of ‘consensual’ triple talaaq


by: pti | ahmedabad | published:february 5, 2017 12:37 am gujarat high court has asked a family court to decide expeditiously the application of a muslim woman who demanded for a formal divorce deed stating that her husband had given her ‘triple talaaq’. (file p o) gujarat high court has asked a family court to decide expeditiously the application of a muslim woman who wanted a formal divorce deed saying that her husband had given her ‘triple talaaq’. while the couple opted for triple talaaq consensually, the lower court denied a deed of divorce to the applicant rashidaben r iwala under the civil procedure code, saying this kind of talaaq was not legally valid.watch what else is making news:justice sonia gokani quashed family court’s order and directed it to decide the application afresh






trump to rescind travel ban order


president's team drops appeal of executive order, but plans to replace it with new onepresident donald trump speaks during a news conference in the east room of the white house in washington, thursday, feb. 16, 2017.washington: president donald trump’s administration dropped thursday its appeal of a court ruling that suspended his travel ban targeting refugees and seven muslim countries and said it would replace the measure with a modified version.the justice department announced the move in a brief filed with the ninth circuit court of appeals in san francisco. it said the new order would address complaints from a three-judge panel that parts of the order were unconstitutional.“rather than continuing this litigation, the president intends in the near future to rescind the order and replac






will issue new executive order on immigration: donald trump


washington: us president trump has said he will issue a new executive order on immigration by next week. also, the justice department lawyers asked a federal appeals court to hold off on taking action in the legal battle over his initial travel ban until that new order is in place, the washington post reported on thursday. in a news conference at the white house, trump said the new order would "comprehensively protect our country", and he hinted that it might contain new vetting measures for travelers. trump's first order temporarily barred citizens of seven muslim-majority countries and refugees from entering the united states, ostensibly so officials could review and tighten screening procedures. "extreme vetting will be put in place, and it already is in place in many places," trump sa






donald trump: will issue new executive order on immigration


washington: us president trump has said he will issue a new executive order on immigration by next week. also, the justice department lawyers asked a federal appeals court to hold off on taking action in the legal battle over his initial travel ban until that new order is in place, the washington post reported on thursday. in a news conference at the white house, trump said the new order would "comprehensively protect our country", and he hinted that it might contain new vetting measures for travelers. trump's first order temporarily barred citizens of seven muslim-majority countries and refugees from entering the united states, ostensibly so officials could review and tighten screening procedures. "extreme vetting will be put in place, and it already is in place in many places," trump sa






man doesn’t have right on asset inherited by married sister: supreme court


by: pti | new delhi | published:february 12, 2017 2:01 pm supreme court. (file photo)a man cannot claim right over the property inherited by his sister from her husband as the brother can neither be considered to be her heir, nor her family, the supreme court has said. the apex court referred to the provision of the hindu succession act which lays down the general order of succession to the property of a female intestate who dies after the commencement of the law. “language used in the section (15) clearly specifies that the property inherited from the husband and father-in-law would devolve upon the heirs of husband/father-in-law from whom she inherited the property,” a bench of justices dipak misra and r banumathi said.watch what else is making news:the important view was expressed by t






tamil nadu court directs imprisonment of district collector, tahsildar


by: pti | madurai | published:february 2, 2017 7:16 pma local court at melur near in madurai on thursday directed that the madurai district collector and the melur tahsildhar be kept in civil jail for six weeks for “disobeying” its direction. the munsiff suresh p ed the order on a petition filed by hussain mohammed and jawahar aali, who sought to survey and sub divide their land and provide separate land documents.watch what else is making news:earlier when they approached the district collector and the tahsildhar with the request, they did not take any steps following which the petitioners approached the munsiff court, which directed the officials to conduct survey of the land and provide sub-division pattas. the madras high court in madurai also upheld the munsiff court’s order directin






former 'family matters' star darius mccrary accused of abuse


darius mccrary's estranged wife alleges that the former "family matters" actor has been abusive towards her and their one-year-old daughter, zoey. in court documents, tammy brawner asked a judge for a restraining order detailing horrific incidents in which mccrary allegedly threatened his family, e! news reported. in one incident, brawner said the 40-year-old actor held their baby over a pot of boiling water while screaming that he wished she was never born. brawner also claimed mccrary would strap zoey's arms down during meals and frequently spanked the infant.'family matters' star darius mccrary arrested in michigan according to brawner, on feb. 10 mccrary got so angry that he started throwing picture frames around the house almost hitting their daughter. b...






new immigration order next week: trump


president's team drops appeal of original executive order, but plans to replace it with new onepresident donald trump speaks during a news conference in the east room of the white house in washington, thursday, feb. 16, 2017.washington: president donald trump on thursday said he will announce a new executive order on immigration next week, pressing on with an amended version of the much-criticized travel ban now caught up in court.“we will be issuing a new and very comprehensive order to protect our people,” he told a news conference.the justice department announced soon after that it wants to drop an appeal against a court ruling that suspended the travel ban targeting nationals from seven mainly muslim countries as well as all refugees.the ban’s stated goal is to keep out terrorists.the






relief for nabam tuki as sc stays order for cbi probe in corruption charges


by: ani | new delhi | published:february 6, 2017 12:43 pm tuki, however, challenged the high court’s order in the apex court.in a major relief to nabam tuki, the supreme court on monday stayed the state high court’s order for a central bureau of investigation (cbi) probe into corruption allegations against the former arunachal pradesh chief minister. a bench of the apex court headed by chief justice of india (cji) jagdish singh khehar and also comprising justice n.v. ramanna granted the relief to tuki. tuki has reportedly been accused of influencing arunachal pradesh government to give contractual work to his relatives as pwd minister in 2006.watch what else is making news:the high court, in august last year, ordered cbi to register a case in the matter after it found that tuki had abused






seize jayalalithaa's assets to recover rs 100 crore fine, rules supreme court in


former tamil nadu chief minister j.jayalalithaa may have been spared a criminal case in the disproportionate assets case owing to her untimely death but the supreme court has ordered to confiscate her assets to realise rs 100 fine slapped on her and three others accuses vk sasikala.“we are of the opinion that the order of confiscation/forfeiture of properties standing in the name of six companies, as involved, made by the trial court is unexceptionable,” said a bench of supreme court justices pinaki chandra ghose and amitava roy.upholding the special court order, the apex court on february 14 slapped a fine of rs 10 crore each on sasikala,v n sudhakaran and j elavarasi, who were also sentenced to four years imprisonment.you may also like” in any view of the matter, the peremptory terminati






why can’t women perform puja at temples: delhi hc asks priest


by: pti | new delhi | published:february 7, 2017 8:59 pmwhy can’t a woman perform puja and ‘sewa’ at temples, the delhi high court today asked a priest who sought a judicial order to restrain his two sisters from doing so and sharing offerings at the famous kalkaji temple. a bench of justices b d ahmed and ashutosh kumar said “the time has changed, now women cannot be barred from entering the indian temples”.“even the supreme court has recently said that the women cannot be restricted from entering a place of worship,” the bench said, and asked the counsel for the priest “why should we do so?”watch what else is making newsthe observation e when the counsel urged the bench to list the plea for urgent hearing as the trial court had allowed his sisters to perform ‘puja and sewa’ and claim th






malegaon blast case accused alleges ‘forgery’ of court order


by: express news service | mumbai | published:february 24, 2017 3:43 am malegaon blast accused lt col prasad purohit. (source: file photo)an accused in the 2008 malegaon blasts case has approached the special court alleging that documents were forged “to extend undue facilities” to his co-accused lieutenant colonel prasad purohit. in an application filed by retired major ramesh upadhyay, he states that the special court had on april 30, 2011, directed the superintendent of taloja central prison to admit purohit in the prison hospital for treatment. upadhyay in his plea states that while the 2011 court order had the words “for a limited specific period”, the copy which was eventually received by taloja jail did not have those words. he claims that due to this, the meaning of th...






jawan tej bahadur yadav not under arrest, shifted to samba: bsf tells delhi cour


a day after family of bsf jawan tej bahadur yadav filed habeas corpus plea in the delhi high court expressing concerns over his safety, the home ministry today clarified that he is not under any kind of detention and has been transferred to other battalion.bsf jawan tej bahadur is not under arrest but has been shifted to other battalion, the ministry of home affairs told the delhi high court.the court also directed the ministry to allow yadav’s wife sharmila will be allowed to meet him.you may also likethe ministry also said that the under high court order tej bahadur’s wife will be allowed to meet him over the weekend in jammu and kashmir’s samba.the family had claimed that they have sent two letters to the bsf director general to know where yadav is, but haven’t heard from them.in the pl






abstract algebra - a group of order 30 has at most 7 subgroups of order 5


the intersection of two subgroups is itself a subgroup. lagrange's theorem therefore implies that the intersection of two subgroups of order $5$ must have order $1$ or $5$. therefore, two distinct subgroups of order $5$ must intersect only at the identity element.if there are $k$ distinct subgroups of order $5$, then there are $1+4k$ distinct elements in those subgroups, which must be at most the order of the group.using this gap codefor g in allsmallgroups(30) do s:=set(list(g,g->group(g))); print(structuredescription(g)," ",number(s,h->size(h)=5),"\n"); od; we can check that every group of order $30$ actually has a unique subgroup of order $5$. these groups are $c_5 \times s_3$, $c_3 \times d_{10}$, $d_{30}$, and $c_{30}$. (see also groups of order 30.)






south asian threatened in us


in a shocking incident, a south asian origin family living in houston found a flyer at their door that said that united states president donald trump was a “god’s gift” and that we needed to “get rid of indians, muslims and jews.”the incident took place in fort bend district, a suburb in houston a place which comprises of mainly families of south asian origins. the letter read, “our new president, donald j trump, is god’s gift to the white nation. we want to get our county back on the right track we need to get rid of muslims, indians and jews.”according to a pti report, the family who is extremely frightened after the incident took place, have not been able to gather the courage to register a complaint with the police. also, the family is unsure whether the letter was directed especially






revised 'extreme vetting' order drops language rejecting syrian refugees, offici


president donald trump's revised immigration executive order will drop language indefinitely suspending acceptance of syrian refugees by u.s. authorities, a senior administration official told fox news wendesday.the new order, which trump is expected to sign next week, will also add language exempting legal permanent residents, or green-card holders, from a travel ban in a move the administration hopes will remove any reasonable grounds for a legal challenge.trump's prior "extreme vetting" order temporarily suspended all travel to the u.s. for citizens of seven muslim-majority countries for 90 days. a federal judge in washington state halted enforcement of the order and the ninth circuit court of appeals refused to reinstate it.the official said that new language in the revised order ...






madras high court case against justice karnan referred to seven-judge bench


by: pti | new delhi | published:february 13, 2017 5:12 pm madras high court. (file photo)the supreme court today referred to a bench of seven-judges the plea of registrar general of madras high court against the order passed by justice c s karnan staying his own transfer. a bench of justices arun mishra and d y chandrachud said it will be better the instant case was also dealt by the larger seven-judge bench which is also hearing a suo motu case against now calcutta high court judge justice c s karnan. senior advocate k k venugopal, appearing for madras high court, also supported the suggestion of the bench and said that it will be better if the seven-judge heard the matter. the bench then directed that the matter be listed before the seven-judge bench as all the documents on record were






supreme court denies pension to freedom fighter’s widow


by: pti | new delhi | published:february 5, 2017 12:18 pm the supreme court referred to the centre’s order which had pointed out that the man did not meet the eligibility criteria for the pension. (file p o)the widow of a freedom fighter, who had participated in the 1942 quit india movement and had remained in jail for 13 days, has lost a legal battle to claim pension under the ‘swatantrata sainik samman pension scheme, 1980’ with the supreme court saying he was “ineligible” for the benefit. the apex court referred to the centre’s order which had pointed out that the man did not meet the eligibility criteria of either having been underground for more than six months or undergone sentence for more than six months to be eligible for the pension scheme.for the purpose of grant of pension und






graft charges: supreme court quashes hc order for cbi probe against nabam tuki


new delhi: in a relief to former arunachal pradesh chief minister nabam tuki, the supreme court today set aside the gauhati high court order for a cbi probe into corruption allegations related to his tenure as pwd minister in 2006. a bench comprising chief justice j s khehar and justice n v ramana asked the high court to hear afresh the pil, on which cbi probe was launched against the congress leader. referring to the contents of august 21, 2015 order of the high court, the apex court said the since the former chief minister had not been accorded the hearing a fresh adjudication was needed. the bench, however, accepted the submission of solicitor general ranjit kumar, representing cbi, that several firs had been lodged in pursuance of the hc order and the consequential proceedings and inv






trump asks for very careful checkup of those entering us


washington: us president donald trump said that he has asked the department of homeland security to very "carefully" check those entering the country after a us court rejected a request by his administration to reinstate travel ban on citizens of seven muslim-majority nations. the us president continued to be critical of the judge for p ing an order that halted his executive order which banned people form seven countries frim entering the united states. "i have instructed homeland security to check people coming into our country very carefully. the courts are making the job very difficult!" trump tweeted. "just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril. if something happens blame him and court system. people pouring in. bad!" trump said. earlier in the day, a us federal a






trump reportedly considers new immigration order after court defeat


although president trump said he is convinced that his travel ban will eventually win in court, he said friday that he is considering crafting a “brand new order."he said any action would not come until next week, but he stressed that “we need speed for reasons of security.”the comments, which were made on air force one, suggest that he is going to take bifurcated strategy, according to the wall street journal. in that case, his administration could continue a legal fight for his first order all while crafting another.“i have no doubt that we’ll win that particular case,” trump said at the white house, during a press conference alongside visiting japanese prime minister shinzo abe.the justice department is weighing its options, which also include appealing to a broader panel of judges or t






us court to hear arguments on trump's travel ban


a u.s. federal  appeals court tuesday will hear arguments over president trump’s controversial temporary travel ban, and whether trump’s order should be restored after last week’s federal judge’s ruling.the filing with the ninth circuit court of appeals e three days after a federal judge in washington state halted trump's order and granted a nationwide stay.the justice department said u.s. district judge james robart's order was "vastly overbroad" and said trump's executive order was "a lawful exercise of the president's authority over the entry of aliens into the united states and the admission of refugees."the appeals court refused to immediately reinstate the ban, and lawyers for washington and minnesota -- two states challenging it -- argued anew on monday that any resumption would "un






34 swanky pubs, bars at gurgaon-delhi expressway may go dry soon


as many as 34 pubs and bars  situated near the delhi-gurgaon expressway at gurgaon’s posh dlf cyberhub may have to shut down or relocate in light of supreme court’s order disallowing liquor outlets within a 500-meter radius of highways.dlf  cyberhub, which is among ncr’s most famous hangout places for booze lovers,  may go dry soon as the swanky pubs and bars in here are likely to lose their licenses on april 1 in compliance with the apex court order.excise department have shortlisted another 109 pubs and 43 liquor outlets  whose contracts are very unlikely to be renewed after april 1, according to hindustan times.you may also likethe report also says that bars of several five star els and resorts also fall in the red zone.in india, 330 million cases (9 litres each) of branded liquor are s






supreme court judgement bars sasikala from contesting elections for 10 years


new delhi: the supreme court has virtually ended aiadmk general secretary vk sasikala’s chief ministerial ambitions when it upheld her conviction in a rs 66-crore disproportionate assets case by a trial court that sentenced her to four years’ imprisonment. sasikala, who has roughly spent two months in jail earlier, will have to surrender before a bangalore lower court, the top court directed. however, reports from chennai said she was waiting for a copy of the verdict before surrendering. the conviction disqualifies her from contesting elections for six years in addition to the four years she will be in jail. her camp said it would seek a review of the judgement, which may not help as the review will be done by the same bench. justices pinaki chandra ghose and amitava roy in their verdict






death in pellet firing: cops seek time to file reply in vadodara court


by: express news service | vadodara | published:february 23, 2017 5:00 am a pellet had pierced arshad through his eye and was lodged in his brain. (file photo)a court of the judicial magistrate first class in vadodara on wednesday began hearing a petition filed by the family of arshad hussain shaikh, who had succumbed to injuries sustained in the pellet gun firing by the police during a communal clash in the old city area on december 8. the police informed the court that they have sought legal opinion to investigate the case as per the family’s request because the action of using armed forces to disperse crowd was prescribed under the sections of the crpc.the vadodara police sought time from the court to file its detailed official response, stating that they were still in the proces...






trump says he might sign new executive order on travel ban


president trump said on friday that he might sign a new executive order on immigration amid conflicting reports about whether the white house would seek an emergency ruling at the supreme court to restore his suspended travel ban.“we have a lot of other options, including just filing a brand-new order,” he said on air force one.asked if he would issue new order, he said, “we need speed for reasons of security, so it very well could be.”it was unclear whether trump was planning appeal to the supreme court after lower courts blocked his order restricting travel from seven countries.trump would need five votes for a win in the high court. the court is divided 4-4 along ideological lines as his nominee, neil gorsuch, awaits confirmation.citing white house sources, nbc reported the supreme cour






us court rejects president donald trump's travel ban policy


president of the united states, donald trump, faced a setback on january 10 after a federal appeals court denied to consider a temporary travel ban imposed on the people from seven muslim-majority countries.a panel of three judges of the 9th us circuit court of appeals erted that the trump administration has failed to prove any national security threat from these 7 countries to support or justify the immediate imposition of the ban. the court only ruled whether or not to lift an emergency halt to trump’s order put in place by a lower court while that case is ongoing. the judges said that this case needs more briefing from the sides.a few moments after the court released a 29-page ruling, donald trump tweeted,”see you in court, the security of our nation is at stake!”you may also likesee yo






bombay hc pulls up rbi for not exchanging old notes in dead man’s locker


written by radhika ramaswamy | mumbai | published:february 3, 2017 3:06 am the rbi refused to exchange the notes as the december 31 deadline had p ed. (file p o)the bombay high court wednesday e down heavily on the reserve bank of india (rbi) for not complying with its order to change demonetised currency notes totalling rs 14 lakh that had been kept in a private bank’s locker belonging to a man who is now dead. deceased alok singh’s wife had approached the hc with a testamentary petition on singh’s will, and requested the court to intervene as she suspected his locker might have demonetised currency notes.on december 20, justice g s patel ordered that the locker, in kotak bank, be opened in the presence of an officer of the court and that the old currency notes be exchanged for new ones






pasadena won't fight voting rights order; elections will proceed as planned


published 12:18 pm, wednesday, february 15, 2017 the city of pasadena will not fight an appellate court ruling over its election system, a decision that will allow the upcoming may council elections to proceed with eight-single member district seats, according to the lead attorney for the city in the closely watched voting rights case.the elections will proceed under the district  format and will not using six neighborhood council and two at-large seats, a system a district judge ruled was discriminatory against latino voters.the city, through its attorneys, sought a stay of chief u.s. district judge lee h. rosenthal's order, but the fifth u.s. circuit court of appeals upheld the order.the city will continue to appeal the judge's ruling, which also ordered pasadena to again obtain  precle






delhi hc put stay on cic order to inspect smriti irani's academic records


in a recent development, the delhi high court on february 21 has put a stay on the order given by the central information commission (cic) which directed the central board of secondary education to allow inspection of class 10th and 12th school records of union minister smriti irani. earlier in january 2017, the cic has directed the cbse to disclose the academic records of smriti irani, denying the argument that this was personal information. in return, the cbse had challenged the cic order in delhi high court.further, the commission also has directed the central education board, ajmer and the holy child auxilium school, delhi, from where she claimed to have passed out, to provide her roll number or the reference number to the board which possesses the records for the years 1991 and 1993 w






gujarat hc allows ‘rape victim’ to live with accused’s family


by: pti | ahmedabad | published:february 16, 2017 12:13 am gujarat hc directed police in anand district to take a pregnant girl to the family of her alleged rapist, after she told the court that she loved him and wanted to give birth to his child. (file photo) the gujarat high court on wednesday directed police in anand district to take a pregnant girl to the family of her alleged rapist, after she told the court that she loved him and wanted to give birth to his child. the court also asked the social welfare officer of mahisagar district, where the man’s family lives, to ensure that the baby is delivered safely and directed the government hospital authorities to take care of the baby’s health.watch what else is making news:the girl had moved the high court against a lower court order ref






sc reserves order on sabarimala issue


by: express news service | new delhi | published:february 21, 2017 4:16 am supreme court. (file photo)the supreme court monday reserved its order as to whether to refer the matter pertaining to a ban on the entry of women at kerala’s sabarimala temple to a constitution bench. being heard by a three-judge bench at the moment, the issue centres on whether the right to practice and profess religion could include right to restrict access of women to a shrine.






united states - are there any offices in the usa that require loyalty to the pre


in the usa, acting attorney general sally yates was fired, apparently because she considered that an executive order by the president was unlawful and instructed staff not to defend the order in court.are there any offices in the usa that where there is a requirement (such as by law, by oath of office, by employment contract) such that loyalty to the president has precedence over loyalty to the law?in other words; are there any positions in which a person has to follow what the president instructs, even if he or she believes this order to be against the law? what if the president orders something illegal? could anyone be shielded from legal liability if they can prove that they were carrying out direct (illegal) orders from the president, or would they be legally required to refuse to impl






court tosses order forcing parents to pay daughter's tuition


a years-long court battle between a college student and her estranged parents came to a head after an appellate court ruled the new jersey mother and father are not legally required to pay for their daughter’s education. caitlyn ricci in 2014 successfully sued her parents to pay $16,000 a year for her out-of-state temple university college tuition, but an appeals court on friday tossed out the judge’s order, freeing them from footing the hefty bill, the courier post reported. “a parent cannot be viewed as a wallet and deprived of involvement of college decision making process,” according to the ruling cited by nj.com. the appellate court referred the case back to a lower court, but encouraged the family to avoid the stress of continuing their fight in court.n.j. parents refuse to pay adul






10 best events, shows and concerts this week in phoenix


ariana grande performs at us airways center in phoenix, monday, april 6, 2015.(p o: patrick breen/the republic)the first month of 2017 is nearly over, and the february fun is just about to begin. and there's plenty to do across the valley. this week and weekend's events include the phoenix open, ariana grande and a chocolate festival.1/30-2/5: waste mana ent phoenix open an aerial view of the 16th hole at tpc scottsdale, home of the waste mana ent phoenix open.  p o: james toddfullscreen an aerial view of the 16th hole at tpc scottsdale, home of the waste mana ent phoenix open.  p o: james toddfullscreen the 10th and 16th greens are seen from the "snoopy 2" metlife blimp during the second round of the waste mana ent phoenix open golf tournament at tpc scottsdale in scottsdale, ariz., on