The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit in Seattle ruled on Friday that President Donald Trump exceeded his authority in the latest iteration of his administration’s travel ban, which mostly targets Muslim–majority countries.
On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that Donald Trump’s travel ban against residents of six predominantly Muslim countries can be fully implemented while legal challenges to the controversial policy move forward.
The White House has been scrambling to explain just what the hell President Trump was thinking when he retweeted a trio of vile Islamophobic videos this morning.
For families with roots in countries singled out by President Trump’s travel ban, this holiday season is a particularly complicated time to explore what being American truly means. In the second video of our “Banned Recipes” series, a Yemeni American opens up her kitchen to show us how to make Saltah, a dish designed…
Thanksgiving is the quintessential American holiday. But for families with roots in countries singled out by President Trump’s travel ban, this Thanksgiving is a particularly complicated time to explore what being American truly means. In this first video of our “Banned Recipes” series, a Syrian American family opens…
The Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration’s request to ban most refugees from entering the U.S. under its travel ban on Tuesday. Last week, an appeals court ruled that refugees with sponsorship from resettlement groups were exempt from President Trump’s travel ban.
An appeals court in Seattle, WA, has upheld a lower court’s ruling that the Trump administration’s definition of close familial relationship as it pertained to the travel ban was too narrow. A federal judge in Hawaii previously rejected the White House’s attempt to bar grandparents and cousins from entering the U.S.…
President Trump’s attempt to prevent people from six majority-Muslim countries from entering the U.S. has incurred yet another legal loss. The government has settled a class action lawsuit filed by plaintiffs who were denied entry at airports across the country, despite possessing valid visas, when Trump’s ban was…
Donald Trump’s ongoing effort to enact his administration’s legally dubious travel ban has been done largely in the name of preventing terrorism and protecting American families. But one lesser-known effect of the ban has been to prevent those families from forming in the first place—by blocking orphaned refugees from…
Following a district judge’s ruling that grandparents (and other close family members) with relatives who are U.S. citizens were exempt from President Trump’s travel ban, the State Department has officially reissued its guidelines to reflect the ruling.
On Thursday, a federal judge in Hawaii ruled that the White House’s list of relationships exempted from the administration’s Muslim travel ban must be expanded beyond immediate family to include grandparents/children, cousins, in-laws, aunts/uncles and nieces/nephews of those people already in the United States.
A team of Afghan girls competing in a robotics competition have been denied entry to the United States for a second time—and no one is quite sure why.
Minutes before President Trump’s revised travel ban restricting immigration from six predominately Muslim countries was supposed to go into effect last Thursday, Hawaii’s Attorney General Douglas Chin filed an emergency motion to clarify its reinstatement.
The majority of Americans still support President Trump’s ban to strictly limit the number of residents from six majority-Muslim countries from entering the country, new polling released on Wednesday found.
As the Supreme Court’s session draws to a close, the court on Monday reinstated most of President Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban—allowing it to cover everyone except people who have a “bona fide relationship” to the United States—as it agreed to hear the constitutional merits of the ban in the fall.