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Trump's Immigration Order Faces New Challenges Following Tumultuous Weekend
President Trump's executive order restricting travel and immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries received a fresh wave of legal and political challenges today following a tumultuous weekend in which protesters took to the streets in many American cities to voice their dissent. Democrats
US Judge Grants Stay on Deportations Under Trump Immigration Order, But Overall Ban Remains
A federal court in Brooklyn tonight granted an emergency stay on President Trump's executive order that bans immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries for two Iraqi men who had valid visas to enter the United States but were detained today when they arrived in New York. Trump's order
Green Card Holders Fall Under Trump's Executive Order
Green card holders, who are legal residents of the United States, fall under President Trump's executive order on immigration if they come from any of the seven Muslim-dominated countries from which immigration is temporarily banned, according to a senior administration official who spoke to ABC
Those who bet -- or didn't and wish they had -- on Leicester City
It is the summer of 2015. The Premier League is gearing up for a new season and the oddsmakers are crunching numbers in their London offices, coming up with the first future odds that they hope will lure bettors to wager on teams for the next campaign. Near the bottom of the 2014-15 standings were
Trump's Commerce Secretary Pick Wilbur Ross: Everything You Need to Know
President-elect Donald Trump has officially tapped billionaire investor Wilbur Ross as his nominee for secretary of commerce. Ross, 78, made a fortune restructuring failed companies in the manufacturing and steel industries, among others, earning him the moniker, the “King of Bankruptcy.” He is
Key Moments of the 2016 Election
As this historic and wildly unpredictable election comes to a close on Election Day, it may be hard to remember how America got here. It began with five candidates hoping to be the Democratic nominee -- Hillary Clinton , Bernie Sanders , Martin O’Malley, Lincoln Chafee and Jim Webb . And on the
US Markets Are Still Expecting a Clinton Win, Analysts Say
With national polls showing a tight presidential race, U.S. markets are suffering from a serious case of the jitters. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped a few hundred points over the past few days while the S&P 500 finished at its lowest level in three months on Wednesday. But several
Trump Taj Mahal Casino Contractors Say They Were Wronged
The Trump Taj Mahal Casino and Resort, which opened in 1990, finally closed on Oct. 10, at 5:59 a.m.
The Campaign Trail Through a College Student's Eyes
ABC News' Charli James is at Longwood University, site of the Vice Presidential debate, taking a look at photos shot by Longwood students on the campaign trail.
Meet the Starting Lineup for the 2017 Kitten Bowl
ABC News' Charli James and Michael Rothman take us preview of the 2017 Kitten Bowl.