Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ LaCanfora’s report seems to indicate that Haley may be more agreeable to coming back to Arizona, even if it’s as QB coach, than previously thought.Why that is, who knows. It’s possible Haley would prefer to join a staff and team he’s familiar with, as he was Arizona’s offensive coordinator in 2007 and 2008 before becoming the boss in Kansas City. Or, maybe, he’s just not finding many great offers out there from other teams.Regardless of why he’d be coming back, Cardinals fans would most certainly be happy to have him. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Top Stories Comments Share It appears Todd Haley may be coming back to the Cardinals after all.Haley has been looking for work since being fired as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs December 12, and though he’s been connected to the Cardinals, the only vacant spot on the staff is that of a QB coach, a job that seems a bit beneath Haley’s stature.Maybe not, according to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network.Todd Haley meeting with Cards coaches and team officials today about rejoining their offensive staff. Had talked before as well …— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 24, 2012 What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Based off what I’m hearing now, sounds like they may be able to find common ground this time and make it work #insideslant— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 24, 2012
View comments Ruhland was arrested on charges of qualified trafficking and child abuse in a raid at a motel in Feb. 2, 2011. Espina said two Germans visited Ruhland prior to the incident.Ruhland requested to talk with Inopia at his office which he readily agreed to.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOPalace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spikeRuhland reportedly expressed his frustration at being detained for nearly three years.The German managed to hold him hostage by pointing an improvised knife on his neck. MOST READ PM Boris Johnson visits Belfast as Brexit woes hurt UK economy LATEST STORIES Carpio gets nominated as CJ for 4th time PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities PLAY LIST 03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension PBA: Rain or Shine overcomes San Miguel, McCullough’s 51 to avert sweep What’s new in town: Eggplant parmigiana deep-dish pizza, tofu ‘kakigori,’ ‘kamias’-date sticky toffee pudding Ruhland managed to keep the jail personnel at bay and demanded that he be given a weapon and a car so he can escape.MORE STORIESnewsinfoBravo hits Lacson for holding 2019 budget ‘hostage’newsinfo3-year-old hostage fatally stabbed by granduncle in MasbatenewsinfoChild held hostage near PUP Sta. MesaMORE STORIESnewsinfoBravo hits Lacson for holding 2019 budget ‘hostage’newsinfo3-year-old hostage fatally stabbed by granduncle in MasbatenewsinfoChild held hostage near PUP Sta. MesaEspina said Inopia managed to divert Ruhland’s attention enough to allow his men to overpower and disarm the German. One of the jail officers, SJO1 Joven Galman, injured his fingers during the scuffle with Ruhland.The Provincial Women’s Commission (PWC) voiced their relief over the incident.PWC Gender and Development Officer Hedda Largo said Ruhland poses a threat to the families of the two minors who filed a criminal case against him two years ago.She said the two girls are under the custody of the regional Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).ADVERTISEMENT “In these times, it pays not to relax the security in the facility where the girls are staying,” Largo said. Correspondents Gabriel C. Bonjoc and Peter L. RomanillosRead Next Pagasa: Rain expected as LPA enters PAR Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SMC bags Bulacan airport project An adobo upgrade: Add rosemary Driver convicted for murder of British expat Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements THE Talisay City police will wait on the jail warden’s decision on filing charges against a German who held him hostage for several minutes inside the Talisay City Jail in barangay Maghaway at 9 a.m. last Wednesday.SPO1 Mikie Espina said they are keeping in touch with Chief Insp. Gil Inopia Jr., the Talisay City jail warden who is recovering from the trauma after he was held hostage by 39-year-old German Thomas Michael Ruhland.ADVERTISEMENT
Source:https://www.stonybrook.edu/ Jun 27 2018The damage has been done. More than 2,000 children remain separated from their parents or guardians in detention centers with no plan to be reunited, despite President Trump’s new executive order.Dr. Gabrielle Carlson, Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at Stony Brook Medicine, says the trauma experienced by separated immigrant children will have future implications, not only in their lives but also in our society. The former policy of separating children has taken away their “secure base,” an established feeling of safety and comfort provided by a primary caregiver. This causes severe stress on young developing minds, further resulting in changes in the brain and a higher risk of developing serious psychiatric and physical problems in the future. Their mental health will impact the world at large as they struggle to cope and be productive members of society.If you burn down a building, pitching a tent in its place ultimately won’t help. It’s best not to burn down the building in the first place. Little comforts and therapy after the fact will do little to heal the trauma. These children, their families and our society will need to spend a long time rebuilding.