Oct 17, 2017
A federal judge blocked the Trump administration from implementing its planned new travel restrictions on people from six Muslim-majority countries, ruling the president’s latest ban on travel is likely unlawful.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/k0meQyW
A U.S. judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump's latest bid to impose restrictions on citizens from several countries entering the United States, which had been set to take effect this week.
The Hawaii judge concluded that Trump appeared to run afoul of immigration law with his third version of the ban.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is expected to announce new restrictions on travel to the United States as his ban on visitors from six Muslim-majority countries expires
After a federal judge blocked President Trump's attempt to cut off sanctuary city funding, Trump on Wednesday accused political opponents of “judge shopping” in their bid to block some of his executive orders on immigration.
A judge has once again blocked Trump's bigoted travel ban because it is obviously discriminatory and undermines the "founding principles of this nation."
Republican Jeff Flake delivered a speech Thursday at the annual 'Politics and Eggs' event at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. Flake said that during the administration of President Donald Trump, conservatives were an endangered species and the Republican Party had surrendered to a...
President Donald Trump is expected to abandon the White House when thousands of students come to Washington, D.C. on Saturday to participate in the March for Our Lives anti-gun rally. According to FAA records obtained by Sun Sentinel, flight restrictions have been issued for the area around the...
As President Donald Trump heads to New Hampshire on Monday to roll out his administration's plan to combat the nation's staggering opioid epidemic, his White
The Federal Reserve has raised short-term rates five times since late 2015, but banks largely stood pat on deposit rates for rank-and-file customers. Now, with the Fed expected to lift rates again this week, there are signs this could change.
Boeing dropped its opposition to plans for its largest suppliers to merge, reflecting pressure on the aerospace industry to deliver its record backlog of jetliners.
A self-driving car from Uber Technologies struck a woman who died in Tempe, Ariz., in what is believed to be the first known fatality of a pedestrian from a driverless vehicle.
"Your lives, and the lives of our law enforcement, are more important than any protest."
The animal drug industry was under pressure to prove its products were safe; the study would not go the way the industry hoped.
The Game continues to call out 6ix9ine, and the Brooklyn rapper responds.