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2 GOP Senators to Vote ‘No’ on Education Secretary Nominee Betsy DeVos

Susan Collins of Maine and Sen. Betsy DeVos, President-elect Donald Trump's pick to be the next Secretary of Education, testifies during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill January 17, 2017 in Washington, DC. Without Murkowski or Collins, DeVos would need the vote of Vice President Mike Pence to win approval if all Democrats voted against her. 38.907192
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2 GOP Senators to Vote ‘No’ on Education Secretary Nominee Betsy DeVos

Betsy DeVos, President-elect Donald Trump's pick to be the next Secretary of Education, testifies during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill January 17, 2017 in Washington, DC. “I simply cannot support her confirmation,” Collins said on the Senate floor. (Credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Republican Sens. Check back for updates on this developing story. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska both said Wednesday they would not vote to support President Donald Trump’s choice for education secretary, Betsy DeVos, the first two sitting Republican senators to publicly say they wouldn’t back one of Trump’s Cabinet nominees.

5-Month-Old Pennsylvania Girl Dies Starves to Death Days After Both Parents Overdosed on Drugs: Coroner

22. “I hope we never have to prosecute a person for the death of their child.”

-78.921970 The three bodies were discovered on Dec. The Cambria County coroner said the substance is more dangerous than heroin. Jason Chambers, 27, and Chelsea Cardaro, 19, died from acute fentanyl overdoses around Dec. Fentanyl is a narcotic used to treat severe pain. “It’s unfathomable to think what this child endured while it was alive,” said Johnstown Police Department Chief Jeff Janciga. Cardaro had four times the lethal amount in her body, while Chambers had two and a half times the lethal amount, according to the coroner
Officials initially found heroin in the home and believed that was the cause of death. 20. 15, according to an autopsy report obtained by television station WJAC in Johnstown. The infant, identified as Summer Chambers, died around Dec. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

A 5-month-old Pennsylvania baby died of starvation and dehydration after her parents died from drug overdoses and she was left by herself at the family’s Johnstown home for several days by herself.

Massive New 456,000-Square-Foot IKEA Set to Open Feb. 8 in Burbank

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The doors open to the public on Feb. The new store will feature a 600-seat restaurant and several play areas throughout the store. The store, built on 22 acres, is located west of San Fernando Boulevard and south of Providencia Avenue, about a mile from the old store. It is also nearly twice as big as the original store, which covered a mere 242,000 square feet. “We cannot wait for customers to experience our new store’s ease of access, convenient parking and updated layout,” store manager Jeff O’Shaughnessy stated in a news release announcing plans for the store in January. 8. Customers can continue to shop at the old store, which was the first IKEA in California when it opened in 1990, through Saturday evening when it will close permanently, according to the earlier news release. At 456,000 square feet, the new store will be the largest IKEA in the United States, the Los Angeles Times reported. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

Swedish retailer IKEA is preparing for the grand opening of their massive new 456,000 square-foot store, which is set to open in Burbank next week. 8 at 9 a.m., but officials say customers hoping to get in first can begin lining up as early as 6 a.m. There are currently more than 390 IKEA stores in 48 countries, including 43 in the U.S. The massive new IKEA Burbank is set to open Feb. 34.180839

‘Get Off Your Phone:’ Texas Day Care’s Message to Parents Goes Viral

It also prompted thousands of comments below the post, with many expressing support of the sign’s message. Are you happy to see your child?? The sign reads:
You are picking up your child. A photo of sign outside a Rose Hill, Texas, day care center urging parents to get off their cellphones while they are picking their children has been shared more than a million times since being posted to Facebook last Friday. We have seen children trying to hand their parents their work they completed and the parent is on the phone. We have heard a child say, “Mommy, mommy, mommy…” and the parent is paying more attention to their phone than their own child. The photo received more than 69,000 likes as of Wednesday morning on Facebook user’s Juliana Farris Mazurkewicz’s page. Get off your phone!! GET OFF YOUR PHONE! It is appalling. The sign reminds parents that they’re picking up their children from day care and shouldn’t have their heads buried in their phones because their children are excited to see them. 30.070774
-95.703558 Your child is happy to see you!

Wednesday Forecast: Clouds, Cooler Weather to Move Into SoCal

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Look for clouds and cooler weather to move into Southern California beginning Wednesday evening. 34.052234
-118.243685 1, 2017. Henry DiCarlo has KTLA’s forecast on Feb.

How to Sleep Better Together

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Princess Cruises Sleep Specialist and Clinical Psychologist Dr.   For more details on Dr. Michael Breus joined us live with tips on how to sleep better together. Breus, his books and apps, visit his website. For more information on the Princess Luxury Bed, visit their website.

Senate Judiciary Committee Advances Nomination of Jeff Sessions for Attorney General

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All 11 Republicans on the panel backed Sessions, an Alabama senator. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearing to be the U.S. All nine Democrats opposed him. John Cornyn objected, calling Franken’s behavior “inappropriate.”
“We have an important job to do here and it’s important that we understand the nominee’s record accurately — it’s not our job to shade the record,” Franken said. The committee was initially expected to vote Tuesday, but Democrats used a procedural maneuver to delay the committee vote until Wednesday. Franken took direct aim at not only Sessions, but Texas Sen. The Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday morning advanced the nomination of Jeff Sessions for attorney general in a party-line vote. Yet Cruz was not in the room for Franken’s attack and Sen. Ted Cruz for allegedly misrepresenting Sessions’ record on civil rights and voting rights cases during the confirmation hearing last month. 38.907192
-77.036871 Sheldon Whitehouse and Minnesota Sen. Sessions’ nomination was already politically charged, but it has received even more scrutiny in the wake of President Donald Trump’s executive order banning foreign nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries, his recent firing of acting attorney general Sally Yates, and his calls last week for a voter fraud investigation. “Nominees have to meet a higher standard when a White House trafficks in alternative facts,” Whitehouse said. Attorney General January 10, 2017 in Washington, DC. Rhode Island Sen. The full Senate could vote on the nomination as early as next week. Al Franken were the two remaining Democrats left to speak on Wednesday and echoed their colleagues’ views, walking through lengthy lists of their concerns with Sessions’ record and highlighting his close allegiance to Trump.

‘Mom Cut the Baby’s Neck,’ Toddler Tells Police After Infant Stabbed to Death; Arizona Mother Arrested

The child had been stabbed several times and was not responsive. Portillo was held on a $500,000 bond at the Maricopa County jail. Andrea Portillo is seen in a booking photo obtained by KTRK and distributed by the CNN Wire. A Buckeye, Arizona mother said she had been hearing voices was possessed and was not in control of her actions before police say she fatally stabbed her 5-month-old son on Monday, according to court documents. Portillo’s mother says she stopped by the house after Portillo made concerning statements via phone, which also prompted a call to 911. The officer took the child and tried to save him. The name of the 5-month-old victim has not been released. Portillo’s mother also told police that her daughter said to her, “Look what I did.”
Portillo’s 3-year-old daughter was also home at the time, and told detectives she was aware that “mom had cut the baby’s neck.” A third young child was also in the home. Portillo allegedly admitted to a police sergeant that she had stabbed her baby. Police say Andrea Portillo, 29, faces one count of second-degree murder and one count of child abuse, Phoenix-area television station KTVK reported. The boy was airlifted to Phoenix Children’s Hospital but later was pronounced dead. 33.370320
-112.583777 When police arrived, they said they found the child’s grandmother holding the boy. His mother was standing behind her, covered in blood, court documents said. Both were unharmed, according to the station.

474 Arrested, 28 Sexually-Exploited Children Rescued During Statewide Human Trafficking Operation: LASD

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474 Arrested, 28 Sexually-Exploited Children Rescued During Statewide Human Trafficking Operation: LASD

A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department patrol car is seen in this file photo. “You are worthy of more. The statewide operation took place over the three-day period between last Thursday and Saturday. A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department patrol car is seen in this file photo. The Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking and Saving Innocence organizations were coordinating efforts to help victims in L.A. “Operation Reclaim and Rebuild focused on rescuing victims of sexual slavery and human trafficking, providing victims with much-needed services, identifying and arresting their captors, seeking successful prosecutions, and disrupting the demand for vulnerable victims by targeting their customers,” the release stated. More than 30 federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and task forces, as well as the Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force, participated in the third annual “Operation Reclaim and Rebuild” enforcement operation, according to a sheriff’s news release. (Credit: KTLA)

Hundreds of people were arrested and dozens of sexually-exploited children and adult victims were rescued across California during a statewide operation to combat human trafficking, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced Tuesday. Additionally, 28 commercially, sexually-exploited children and 27 adult victims were rescued. And we will work tirelessly with our partners…to provide you services and help you rebuild your life,” Sheriff Jim McDonald said, addressing the victims during a news conference on Tuesday. In total, 474 arrests were made, including 142 males on solicitation charges, and 36 males on suspicion of pimping, according to figures provided by the Sheriff’s Department. County. “Police agencies and other trafficking task forces throughout our state joined in the enforcement operation to send the clear message that California law enforcement shares a unified mandate: Human trafficking must not be tolerated in our state!”

-119.417932 The minors who recovered during the operation were being cared for by various Department of Children and Family Services Agencies across the state, according to sheriff’s officials.

New Technology Lets Scientists Finally Read Ancient Charred Roman Scrolls

The volcanic eruption also devastated the city of Pompeii. The process is called X-ray phase-contrast tomography. They’ll do this with a new process that allows them to unroll the Herculaneum scrolls — virtually. That’s a major development because the scrolls, which were buried in a Herculaneum library and excavated 260 years ago, are extremely fragile and could potentially be ruined by unwrapping using older, more invasive methods. For over two millennia, scrolls from the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum eluded analysis. “The result is significant because we are finally able to virtually see what’s inside the scroll.”
So what do the scrolls say? It virtually unwraps the scrolls and flattens out digital sheets of the physical carbonized document. It’ll be a little while before the world knows. “The goal of this technology is to make it accessible to all art historians, museums and libraries to virtually read ancient manuscripts that have been so damaged,” says Alessia Cedola, a researcher and physicist at Italy’s National Research Council. Text being translated
The technology could help scientists and others read other ancient scrolls that have been illegible for thousands of years. The content from two of the scrolls — written by the ancient philosopher Philodemus on the subject of political rhetoric — is currently being translated from ancient Greek into English and will soon be published in a scientific journal. Left buried under the ashes when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, the scrolls were preserved — but in a charred and illegible state. 40.746157
14.498934 There are hundreds of Herculaneum scrolls, some unrolled and others in a fully rolled state. (Credit: CNR Institute)
But thanks to modern science, researchers are now able to read what’s on the scrolls without even opening them up. For over two millennia, scrolls from the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum eluded analysis.

Washington Woman Stabbed Date, Intended to Eat His Heart in Quest to Become Serial Killer: Court Documents

The woman then stabbed him in the chest, according to police, before he eventually broke free, got out of the room and dialed 911 from the hotel office and then escaped to the Walgreens. The woman admitted to the office who first detained her that said planned to eat the victim’s heart after she killed him, police said. The victim, who police met at a nearby Walgreen’s after receiving a 911 call, told Lynnwood police officers he had met the woman on Craigslist through a post seeking “friendship and possible dating,” Seattle-area television station KIRO reported. Police found the suspect in the parking lot and detained her. 47.820930
-122.315131 30, 2017. A woman allegedly tried to kill a man at the Rodeo Inn in Lynwood, Washington, on Jan. At one point throughout the conversation, she was more concerned with missing work the following day than facing the possible consequences of an aggravated assault,” the officer stated in a Snohomish County Superform. The victim told police the pair were lying on the bed when she asked him multiple times whether he was a serial killer. She told police she aspired to become a serial killer, and said had already written a note to leave on his body explaining her plan to kill again, according to authorities. The woman isn’t being named publicly pending formal charges. He said there had been no argument or altercation before she attacked him. (Credit: KCPQ)
Police arrested the suspect, a 24-year-old Edmonds woman, on suspicion of first-degree attempted murder after she allegedly stabbed the 29-year-old victim in the chest, puncturing his lung, according to KTLA sister station KCPQ, citing the court documents. A judge on Tuesday set bail at $1 million. According to documents, he told her “No,” and she climbed on top of him and said, “Well I am a serial killer” as she grabbed a pocket knife. “She was extremely emotionless when she spoke to me about attempting to kill (the victim). After meeting in person, the pair ended up booking a room at the Rodeo Inn on Highway 99 in Lynnwood, which he paid for, according to KIRO. During an interview with police, the woman told an office, “I’m a loon,” and said she wanted to become a serial killer and planned to stab the victim to death, according to arrest documents obtained by KIRO. A woman set up a date at a Lynnwood, Washington motel Sunday night with the intent of killing a man she met online and eating his heart, according to court documents obtained by multiple television stations in Seattle.

Luxury Boutiques Vandalized on Melrose Place in Beverly Grove

Adjacent to Frame, the front door of another business, Vince, was boarded up after it had been broken in the early morning incident. Investigators will be searching for surveillance video of the incident. 34.073473
-118.376572 Shards of glass could be seen both outside and inside the business. KTLA’s Stephen Acosta contributed to this report. Video from the scene showed a side window had been smashed at a business called Frame. 1, 2017. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

Three luxury boutiques were vandalized on Melrose Place in Beverly Grove early Wednesday morning, police said. Across the street, a third business by the name of Zimmermann also had to board up a glass door that had been smashed. (Credit: KTLA)
The windows of three businesses were broken sometime after midnight in the 8400 block of Melrose Place, Los Angeles Police Department spokesman Mike Lopez said. The vandals did get away with some cash from one of the business, although it was not clear which one, Lopez said. The front door to Vince is boarded up after the business was vandalized on Feb.

President Trump Named in 41 Federal Lawsuits Since Inauguration Day

Emoluments Clause
Just three days after Trump took office, the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington sued the President, alleging that Trump violated the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution. In Qatar, however, he was told he would be sent back to Iraq due to Trump’s travel ban, the lawsuit states. Before a court could rule, according to court documents, it was ordered that Vayeghan be returned to Iran, via Dubai. President Donald Trump speaks during African American History Month listening session in the Roosevelt Room of the White House February 1, 2017 in Washington, DC. We must be the ‘guardians of our democracy’ that President Obama urged us all to be in his farewell address.”
“Sanctuary cities have less crime, fewer people in poverty and lower unemployment than other counties,” he said, citing a University of California, San Diego study. The professors, who both earned PhDs at Johns Hopkins University, were returning from an engineering conference. The ACLU and other groups filed a class-action lawsuit — the first to challenge Trump’s executive order on immigration — on behalf of the men. The seven countries affected by the travel ban are areas where the President has done business in his previous life, they said. Issa left Iraq, flying from Baghdad to Qatar, with plans of then traveling to the United States. “The executive order is harmful, discriminatory, and unconstitutional,” Healey said at a press conference Tuesday. Earlier this month Trump said he would transfer his business holdings to a trust run by his sons. However, we continue to press both DHS and CBP to provide a full list of those who are currently detained and allow them access to legal service providers.”
On Tuesday, Schneiderman said his office would join a federal lawsuit, filed by the ACLU, the National Immigration Law Center and others, challenging the travel ban. The White House has repeatedly said its travel ban is not based on religion and Trump has chastised the media for reporting otherwise. Massachusetts
After the ACLU filed a lawsuit Sunday demanding the release of two University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth associate professors — Iranian nationals who are permanent residents of the United States — federal judges in Boston ruled Sunday that officials could not detain someone on the basis of Trump’s travel ban. As of midday Tuesday, Trump has been named in 41 federal lawsuits since his inauguration. Vayeghan sued, requesting that he be allowed to return to the United States under the terms of his previously approved visa. Later, Issa was told he could enter the United States after all, the lawsuit states. Darweesh v. By comparison, former President Barack Obama was named in 11 suits during his first 11 days in office — some of them involving the long-debunked “birther” claims that Obama was not an American citizen. US District Judge Dolly Gee gave the government until Friday to file its opposition and ordered a hearing next week. “That is why we must stand up and oppose it. The two men were detained Saturday at John F. “It discriminates on the basis of religion and national origin, denies our residents access to due process and equal protection of the law, and violates federal immigration law.”
New York
A federal judge in New York blocked part of the executive order Saturday, ruling that authorities could not remove individuals from seven Muslim-majority countries who had arrived in US airports with valid visas. There also “exists the risk that petitioners have credible fears regarding a removal from the United States, should any petitioner be sent to a country where he or she has previously been the subject to or threatened with persecution,” the lawsuit said. San Francisco sanctuary city
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed suit Tuesday against the Trump administration over the President’s order targeting sanctuary cities. Experts differ on whether the case is a viable one, and Trump lawyer Sheri Dillon said earlier this month that the Constitution’s framers never considered “that paying your hotel bill was an emolument.”
Also, the US Supreme Court has has ruled that to sue in federal court, plaintiffs must prove a concrete and particularized injury. He was released 30 minutes later, his lawyers tell CNN. Added Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney in a statement, “The Trump administration very well may have just given these families a death sentence.”
In another Pennsylvania case, an Iranian mother with a visa and two daughters studying for their doctorates in the United States experienced a similar situation and was sent back to Iran within two hours of her arrival, the ACLU says. “The president’s executive order is not only unconstitutional, it’s un-American,” Herrera said in a statement. We are a nation of immigrants and a land of laws. It also ordered that a list of detainees be provided to the ACLU, but no list was provided. Kennedy International Airport, setting off a large protest. CREW alleges in the suit filed in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York that the clause prohibits Trump from accepting anything of value from foreign governments, via his myriad business ventures overseas. Here’s a look at some of the lawsuits from the opening days of Trump’s presidency. CAIR’s lawsuit
The Council on American Islamic Relations on Monday filed a lawsuit in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia on behalf of 27 named and unnamed individuals challenging what the Muslim civil rights organization terms Trump’s “Muslim ban.” It targets Trump, Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, the State Department and the Director of National Intelligence. Texas
Labeeb Ibrahim Issa worked for the US Army in Iraq as a driver and general maintenance worker when he was injured in 2016 after being targeted for his work helping the US, according to a lawsuit filed on his behalf in US District Court for the Northern District of Texas on Tuesday. Jeff Davis said. Pennsylvania
Three families denied entry to the United States at Philadelphia International Airport over the weekend plan to file two federal lawsuits against the Trump administration asking that family members be admitted into the country, according to the ACLU’s Philadelphia chapter. This was in addition to a complaint alleging that Trump’s order is “separating Washington families, harming thousands of Washington residents, damaging Washington’s economy, hurting Washington-based companies, and undermining Washington’s sovereign interest in remaining a welcoming place for immigrants and refugees.”
The attorney general says the travel ban violates the Constitution’s First Amendment and Equal Protection guarantee, and it “contravenes the federal Immigration and Nationality Act.” A federal court has issued a stay forbidding travelers detained in Washington from being sent back to their home countries. On Monday, his office issued a statement:
“DHS has said that it will comply with the federal court orders. “There is no evidence that refugees — the most thoroughly vetted of all people entering our nation — are a threat to national security,” Lena Masri, CAIR’s national litigation director, said in a statement. Schneiderman called the ban unlawful and vowed to “protect the families caught in the chaos sown by President Trump’s hasty and irresponsible implementation.”


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Just-Retired Customs and Border Protection Commissioner: ‘I Don’t Believe Anyone Was Talked to About a Travel Ban’ On January 30, Issa arrived at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and was held by customs officials for 14 hours before an attorney could request an emergency hearing to have him released, according to the lawsuit. State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman asked for a list as well, as well as assurances that the Department of Homeland Security and US Customs and Border Protection were complying with the judge’s order. But he omitted Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Turkey, India and the Philippines — countries Eisen and Painter contend have and do pose terror threats to the US. The Asalis told CNN their family members — who are Christian Orthodox, one of the most persecuted groups in Syria — don’t speak English well and were returned to Qatar. A federal judge granted his request, demanding that the court’s order be immediately communicated to officers in Dubai who are holding Vayeghan. In his first 11 days at the country’s helm, his travel ban and perceived conflicts of interest have spawned a handful of lawsuits, with plaintiffs contending the President of the United States should not be barring certain immigrants from entering the country and that his enterprises around the globe should not be accepting business from foreign governments. Separately, the Pentagon is compiling names of people who supported US military operations in Iraq so they can more easily receive waivers under Trump’s executive order on immigration, Pentagon spokesman Capt. Because of threats related to his association with the US Army, Issa sought a special immigrant visa on January 13 and demonstrated the ongoing threat he was experiencing, according to court documents. But CAIR alleges that the “underlying motive” of Trump’s executive order is to ban people of the Islamic faith from entering the country. Donald Trump the president has continued that legal legacy, as it were. “This is an order that is based on bigotry, not reality.”
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A federal court issued a temporary restraining order saying that 50 to 60 permanent residents returning from trips abroad should have access to lawyers while they are being detained at Dulles International Airport and that these people cannot be removed from the United States for seven days. He was granted the visa, which required that the United States confirm he poses no security threat to the country, the lawsuit states. Vayeghan v. CREW has said that Trump is forcing it to “divert essential and limited sources” from its government watchdog role, forcing the organization to litigate the matter and educate the public unless a court stops him. (Credit: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
He filed numerous lawsuits and faced an array of allegations of his own before stepping into the Oval Office, including claims of sexual harassment, bilking investors and defrauding students of his eponymous university. The White House has threatened to withhold federal grants from any “jurisdictions” that protect undocumented immigrants and decline to prosecute them for violating immigration laws. “I want my family here and safe regardless of what it takes,” Sarmad Asali told CNN. Another Iraqi, Haider Sameer Abdulkhaleq Alshawi, had been granted a visa to join his wife, who worked for an American contractor in Iraq, and son, 7, both of whom already live in the United States as refugees. Washington state
“No one is above the law — not even the President,” state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said in filing a motion for a restraining order to halt Trump’s executive order. In a column for The New York Times this week, Norman Eisen and Richard Painter — former White House ethics lawyers who now serve, respectively, as CREW’s chairman and vice chairman — linked the emoluments case to the travel ban. Kelly
Ali Khoshbakhti Vayeghan filed a motion in a California federal court for a temporary restraining order so that he could be released from Department of Homeland Security custody Saturday. As a result of the attack, he broke his pelvis and was left confined to a wheelchair to be able to move. At least one suit will be filed Tuesday in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, lawyers said. On Tuesday, state Attorney General Maura Healey said she is filing intervention papers in federal court challenging the executive order. Trump
Hameed Khalid Darweesh worked with the American government for 10 years after the United States invaded Iraq. The motion for the restraining order, filed on behalf of brothers Tareq Aqel Mohammed Aziz and Ammar Aqel Mohammed Aziz, said that without counsel the detainees could not meaningfully understand their rights and obligations. Donald Trump the businessman was no stranger to lawsuits, both frivolous and substantive. Trump and his representatives have repeatedly defended the travel ban and dismissed concerns about potential conflicts of interest. In one case, when family members of legal US citizens Sarmad and Sarah Asali arrived in Philadelphia from Doha, Qatar, they were told they could have their visas revoked or return on the next flight to Doha. Herrera accuses Trump of exceeding his authority, and his lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of the presidential order and requests a finding that San Francisco is complying with federal law.

Bomb Threats Target Jewish Community Centers Across U.S.

-118.193739 1, 2017. Christina Pascucci reports for the KTLA 5 Morning New son Feb. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

A series of bomb threats targeted Jewish community centers across the country Tuesday.