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5 Key Moments From the Appeals Court Hearing on Trump's Travel Ban
Three judges from the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit grilled lawyers for the Department of Justice and the state of Washington Tuesday in an extraordinary hearing over President Donald Trump 's executive order temporarily banning immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries.
How the Trump Administration Is Justifying the List of Countries Banned From Travel to the US
The controversial temporary immigration ban that President Trump initiated via executive order sparked public outcry over the weekend and now his administration is trying to explain the move -- including how the seven affected countries were chosen. Trump's top advisers say that the countries
Spicer: Trump 'Doing Exactly What He Said He Was Going to Do'
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer pushed back against criticism of President Donald Trump 's executive order on travel and refugees, asserting that the safety of the U.S. is paramount and the president is fulfilling his campaign promises. President Trump has "hit the ground running, had a
Top 2016 Wedding Trends on Etsy
We're talking right now about. Some DIY decor I have a Dana Tyson Johnson with us right now from at sea in and Dana what are the big trends. With weddings now is this whole DIY everybody kind of wants that authentic custom touch. But we also know that when you're planning a wedding it's one of the
UK Asking US Authorities Why British Muslims Are Being Denied Entry to US
British officials are asking US authorities to explain why a number of British Muslim passengers have been stopped from boarding flights to the United States, a Downing Street spokesman told ABC News. A British Muslim family gearing up for a trip to Los Angeles to visit relatives had their visa
What Congress Has Included In Its Massive Spending and Tax Bills
Before it adjourns for the year, Congress is poised to pass a pair of massive spending bills that would lift a 40-year ban on crude oil exports, require visas for foreigners who traveled to Syria and other countries and authorize funding for 9/11 responders. Also among the items included in the
Top House Republican Michael McCaul Fears Terror-Linked Individuals Targeting US Refugee Program
U.S. intelligence officials believe individuals linked to terror groups in Syria have tried to enter the United States as refugees, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul said in a national security address today. McCaul’s comments were sourced to an unclassified letter from the
President Obama's To-Do List for Congress: Mostly Dead-on-Arrival
While he didn’t announce any new policies last night, President Obama did outline his wish list for Congress. Just one item -- the visa waiver overhaul – is likely to see action on Capitol Hill. Here’s a look at where things stand. REQUEST: “Congress should act to make sure no one on a no-fly list
Obama: Terrorism an 'Evolving Threat' U.S. Will Overcome
President Obama said terrorism is an "evolving threat" but that the U.S. will be able to overcome it, speaking to the nation in a primetime address Sunday. "The threat from terrorism is real, we will overcome it," Obama said. "We will destroy ISIL and any other organization that tries to harm us."
President Obama Reveals New Strategy Against ISIS
The president outlined steps taken after San Bernardino shooting and urged Congress to act on gun control measures.