The other day, while being patted odown, I observed a “supervisor” demand that a diabetic patient wearing an insulin pump go through the x ray machine. The passenger tried to reason with them and told them that the machine would render his pump inoperable. The only answer from the supervisor was ” Either you go through the machine or you won’t get on the flight.” The passenger, protesting loudly, went through the machine and yes, his pump went dead.

Mr. NAVARRETTE: They can hang back and wait ’til you leave. It makes it hard, really hard for you to get the Afghan people who are on your side to come up with you because they’re like, well, wait a minute, when you split in 18 months or three years, I’m going to be toast, because they’re going to come looking for me.

Just one example: I’ve gotten quite a bit of feedback to this very good in depth online piece fact checking Trump’s first 100 days action plan, along with laments along the lines of “why didn’t NPR report this earlier?” It did, in several pieces. Two of them were more of the campaign trail variety of story. One covered more policy, with a clear web presentation, but, because it dealt with both Trump’s and Clinton’s plans, had nowhere near the detail of the later piece.

The head chef ‘Gaetano Fernandez’ is from Italy, and you can taste the love he puts into the preparation of his authentic Italian dishes. Everything is made from scratch, to include the sauces, pasta, bread, and fabulous desserts. The food is “to die for”! It’s decor to puts you in mind of the Trattorias that can be found just off the Piazza Navona, in Rome.

CAIRO Relations between Washington and Cairo plummeted further when Egypt’s military controlled government announced that 19 Americans working for pro democracy groups, including the son of a Cabinet official, would be ordered to stand trial on licensing and financial charges. Has threatened to suspend $1.3 billion in annual aid to Egypt’s military. It highlights the widening divide between Washington and one of its closest allies over democratic reforms at a time of sweeping political upheaval across North Africa and the Middle East.State media reported judges have referred 43 people, including 19 Americans, to be prosecuted on charges of violating foreign funding laws for nongovernmental organizations working in Egypt.

Cutting through the radiology department, I catch a glimpse of my reflection in the glass window outside the MRI unit. The man I see looks unfamiliar. He has piggy eyes, a pillow crease scar across his left cheek, and a jaunty case of bed head. The amazing thing about MTV is how I can hear a song on on 8 or on 9 on Sirius and instantly picture parts of the video for that song even if I haven seen it in decades. “Take on Me” half black and white cartoon, half live action. “Right Here Right Now” Berlin Wall tear down clips.