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(John Sharp/jsharp@al.com). comments Roberta Engine decided to dress up in red, white and blue apparel to honor the last remaining days of Barack Obama’s presidency and to show respect for the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. “Today’s march, to me, is all about Dr. King and Obama, whose legacy will still go on,” said Engine, who held a framed photograph of the slain civil rights leader whose birthday was celebrated with parades and gatherings throughout Alabama and the U.S. on Monday. Roberta Engine, dressed in patriotic attire, prepares to join the annual Martin Luther King Jr. march in downtown Mobile, Ala. The march left from Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic School on Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (John Sharp/jsharp@al.com). When asked if she is concerned about President-elect Donald Trump reversing some of Obama’s key policies once he takes office Friday, Engine replied: “I’m concerned for others.

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Ethics watchdog investigating Canadian PMs vacation OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Canadas ethics commissioner said Monday she is launching an investigation into Prime Minister Justin Trudeaus recent family holiday at the Aga Khans private island in the Bahamas. Ethics commissioner Mary Dawson said Trudeau may have violated the federal ethics code during his holiday with the Aga Khan, a family friend, philanthropist and hereditary spiritual leader to the worlds approximately 15 million Ismaili Muslims. Its the first time the ethics commissioner has opted to investigate the actions of a sitting prime minister. In a letter to opposition Conservative lawmaker Blaine Calkins, who was among those who filed formal complaints, Dawson said she is looking into both Trudeaus stay at the island and his use of the Aga Khans private helicopter to get there. The vacation included Trudeau, his family, Liberal lawmaker Seamus ORegan and Liberal party president Anna Gainey, all of whom took part in the chopper flight from Nassau to get to the secluded island. Both the Conflict of Interest Act and Trudeaus own ethics guidelines bar the use of sponsored travel in private aircraft, allowing it only for exceptional circumstances. This time, inaugural fashion is intertwined with politics NEW YORK (AP) Whatll she be wearing? interview attireIts a question that fascinates fashion-watchers and lots of others every four years: Which designer will the new U.S. first lady choose to wear on Inauguration Day and, more importantly, on Inauguration Night? This year as never before, the question is a loaded one. Dressing the first lady has long been considered a great honor for a designer and a huge business boon.

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