Hearing for Pakistani Man Pushed Into Next Week 

A hearing for a Pakistani man living in South Portland who was was arrested in the fallout from the attempted bombing of Times Square has been pushed into next week.34-year-old Mohammad Shafiq Rahman is accused of staying in the US longer than his Work Visa allowed.His lawyer says Rahman asked for the postponement and plans to file for a change in immigration status because he married an American in March.He remains in custody in South Portland. Authorities say he and two men arrested in Massachusetts may have given money to the Times Square suspect through an informal money transfer network, but might not have known how the money would be used. The hearing has been rescheduled for next week.