WASHINGTON (AP) - HE'S BEEN IN WASHINGTON FOR ALMOST A YEAR. YET IN ALL THAT TIME, PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP HAS YET TO ENJOY A SINGLE NON-WORKING MEAL AT A RESTAURANT THAT DOESN'T PAY HIM RENT. HE HASN'T TAKEN IN A PERFORMANCE AT THE KENNEDY CENTER; HASN'T BEEN TO A SPORTING EVENT; HASN'T TOURED THE SIGHTS. IT'S ONE OF THE PECULIARITIES OF THE TRUMP PRESIDENCY AND ONE OF A LONG LIST OF WAYS IN WHICH HE'S CHANGING THE OFFICE, AS WELL AS ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH WASHINGTON.

LONDON (AP) - FORMER PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA CALLS IT "ONE OF THE DANGERS OF THE INTERNET" -- THAT PEOPLE CAN HAVE "ENTIRELY DIFFERENT REALITIES" AND SEEK OUT INFORMATION THAT "REINFORCES THEIR CURRENT BIASES." IN AN INTERVIEW WITH BRITAIN'S PRINCE HARRY, OBAMA ALSO URGED PEOPLE IN LEADERSHIP ROLES TO BE CAREFUL IN THEIR USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA. HE DIDN'T DIRECTLY MENTION HIS SUCCESSOR, DONALD TRUMP, A FREQUENT TWITTER USER.

JERUSALEM (AP) - A SENIOR MUSLIM CLERIC IS DENOUNCING A PLAN FOR A RAILWAY TUNNEL UNDER JERUSALEM'S OLD CITY. IT WOULD END AT THE WESTERN WALL WITH A STATION NAMED AFTER PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP, WHO'S BEEN HAILED IN ISRAEL FOR HIS DECISION TO RECOGNIZE JERUSALEM AS ISRAEL'S CAPITAL. ISRAEL'S TRANSPORTATION MINISTER IS PUSHING AHEAD WITH PLANS FOR THE TUNNEL, WHICH WOULD PASS NEAR SITES HOLY TO JEWS, CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS. THE MUSLIM CLERIC SAYS NAMING THE STATION AFTER TRUMP WON'T GIVE IT "ANY LEGITIMACY."

ERIE, PA. (AP) - AS SNOW CONTINUES TO PILE UP IN ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA, FORECASTERS WARN OF FRIGID, SUB-ZERO ARCTIC AIR AND DANGEROUSLY COLD WIND CHILLS IN MUCH OF THE NORTHERN U.S. A STORM IN ERIE BROUGHT MORE THAN 60 INCHES SINCE CHRISTMAS DAY, WITH AN ADDITIONAL 2 TO 4 INCHES PREDICTED WEDNESDAY AS RESIDENTS DUG OUT IN FRIGID TEMPERATURES. WIND CHILL ADVISORIES OR WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR MUCH OF THE NORTHERN PLAINS, NEW ENGLAND AND GREAT LAKES STATES.

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A 49-YEAR-OLD MAN WAS ARRESTED BY CHEYENNE POLICE IN CONNECTION WITH THE SHOOTING OF ANOTHER MAN ON IMPERIAL COURT ON (SATURDAY), ACCORDING TO A NEWS RELEASE FROM THE CHEYENNE POLICE DEPARTMENT..

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LARAMIE, WYO. (AP) - THE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING MAY CONSIDER REDUCING ITS TUITION FOR OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS IN AN EFFORT TO INCREASE ITS ENROLLMENT. THE LARAMIE BOOMERANG REPORTS THE UNIVERSITY'S ONGOING CAPACITY STUDY POINTS TO APPEALING TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS FROM NEIGHBORING STATES, ESPECIALLY PEOPLE FROM NEBRASKA AND COLORADO, AS A WAY TO GROW. THE STUDY BY HURON CONSULTING GROUP SUGGESTS LOWERING THE CURRENT $15,500 BASELINE TUITION FOR OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS TO THE ABOUT $10,000.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - THE UTAH AVALANCHE CENTER HAS EXTENDED AN AVALANCHE WARNING INTO WEDNESDAY FOR MOST OF THE MOUNTAINOUS BACKCOUNTRY OF NORTHERN UTAH. THE WARNING IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 A.M. THE WARNING IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 A.M. WEDNESDAY FOR THE BEAR RIVER RANGE, WESTERN UINTAS AND ALL THE WASATCH RANGE INCLUDING OGDEN, PROVO, SALT LAKE CITY AND PARK CITY.

JACKSON, WYO. (AP) - WYOMING U.S. REP LIZ CHENEY HAS INTRODUCED A BILL TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF DAYS THAT HELI-SKIING IS ALLOWED IN WILDERNESS-QUALITY LAND SOUTH OF TETON PASS. THE JACKSON HOLE NEWS AND GUIDE REPORTS THAT CHENEY'S BILL WOULD AMEND THE WYOMING WILDERNESS ACT AND SUPERSEDE A 2006 FEDERAL COURT OPINION THAT LIMITS THE NUMBER OF SKIERS COMMERCIAL HELICOPTERS CAN FERRY INTO THE PALISADES WILDERNESS STUDY AREA.