As the Trump administration gears up to send 800 troops to the U.S.-Mexico border, Donald Trump is reportedly considering imposing a ban on asylum-seekers. The proposed executive action would be similar to the anti-Muslim travel-ban, which was blocked by federal courts until the Supreme Court upheld a watered down,…
On Wednesday morning, the Supreme Court was presented with oral arguments over the legitimacy of Trump’s travel ban in Trump v. Hawaii. The case is over the ban’s third iteration, which was struck down by lower courts. Justice Elena Kagan wanted to know what would happen if a really shifty, bigoted, terrible president…
President Trump’s campaign promise of “extreme vetting” led to the creation, by executive order, of something called the National Vetting Center, which is a redundant and useless since there are already several rigorous systems in place that screen those who wish to enter the United States.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the Trump administration’s travel ban, which bans residents of six Muslim-majority countries from traveling to the United States, will be enforced in full, even as its legality is still up for debate.
Donald Trump took a break from tweeting about sports teams on Sunday to issue a new travel ban on an expanded list of seven countries, just as the previous, widely-detested order was on the brink of expiring.
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Among the countless casualties of this heartless administration are more than 100 unaccompanied refugee orphans who have been stuck in limbo after Donald Trump’s travel ban blocked them from relocating to America to live with their foster families.
The fate of Donald Trump’s xenophobic travel ban will be decided upon by the Supreme Court, as the administration brings its case asking for the ban to be reinstated while the court considers its legality.
On Wednesday US District Court Judge Derrick Watson granted the state of Hawaii’s request to extend the order halting President Donald Trump’s revised Muslim ban executive order.
Less than six hours before President Donald Trump’s new-and-improved-but-still-shitty travel and refugee bans were set to go into effect, a federal judge in Hawaii has issued a temporary nationwide restraining order.
As South by Southwest’s music portion gets underway in Austin, Texas, several international artists who were slated to perform at the event have been barred from entry to the United States, as a result of visa issues and general confusion caused in part by the travel ban.
Just one day after Hawaii filed a suit against the newly-revised but still very awful travel ban signed by Donald Trump, Washington state has renewed its request to block the executive order.
On Monday, Donald Trump signed a newer, shinier version of the travel ban that prevents people from six Muslim-majority countries from getting visas for 90 days and suspends the refugee program in the United States for 120 days: On Tuesday, Hawaii filed a suit against the new travel ban, in the hopes of it being…
A list of 746 names of the people “processed or detained” during the first weekend of President Donald Trump’s xenophobic nightmare of a travel ban was released for the first time Thursday.
Town hall meetings are underway across the country this week as members of Congress return to their districts during the congressional recess. Well, sort of—only 19 Republican members of Congress are holding town hall meetings during the recess, and notably none of them are located in Utah, where Rep. Jason Chaffetz…
On Thursday, a federal appeals court unanimously refused to reinstate President Donald Trump’s travel ban, the New York Times reports. Nice to see that for now, democracy is still working, isn’t it?
San Francisco filed a lawsuit Tuesday against President Trump’s executive orders targeting funding for sanctuary cities.