How do US courts work? A map of the battlefield for Trump's immigration bans - The Globe and Mail

Protesters take to the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 31, 2017. TASOS KATOPODIS/GETTY IMAGES FOR PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY. EVAN ANNETT. The Globe and Mail Last updated: Thursday, Mar. 16, 2017 ...

Trump's unhealthy dependence problem: The president's at war with courts, press and states - Salon

With congressional Republicans in the majority in Congress and unwilling to cross Donald Trump, the job of containing Trump's incipient tyranny falls to three centers of independent power: the nation's courts, its press and a few state governments ...

Judges uphold the suspension of Donald Trump's travel ban - The Economist (blog)

ON FEBRUARY 9th, after Donald Trump's appeal to reinstate his travel ban suffered a unanimous defeat at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the 45th president posted a tweet in capital letters: “SEE YOU IN COURT, THE SECURITY OF OUR NATION IS AT ...

9th Circuit lets stand restraining order against Trump travel ban: Will case be heard en banc? - ABA Journal

Updated: The San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has declined to reinstate President Donald Trump's executive order banning travelers from seven majority-Muslim countries. The decision (PDF) released Thursday afternoon says the ...

Trump has been sued more than 60 times since becoming president: A partial survey - Los Angeles Times

Donald Trump is certainly no stranger to the legal system. He's been sued thousands of times during his career as a real-estate developer, and that trend appears to be continuing now that he's president — a job that already draws its fair share of ...

Donald Trump considering 'brand new' immigration order - The Guardian

Donald Trump has said he is considering signing a “brand-new” executive order on immigration, following the court ruling blocking his travel ban on Thursday. The US president said he was confident he would win the court battle over the hugely ...

Donald Trump considers issuing new travel ban - BBC News

Donald Trump is considering a new executive order to ban citizens of certain countries from travelling to the US after his initial attempt was overturned in the courts. Mr Trump told reporters on Air Force One that a "brand new order" could be issued ...

Trump considers writing 'brand new' immigration order - Washington Post

President Trump said Friday that he is considering rewriting his executive order temporarily barring refugees and citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the country, indicating that the administration may try to quickly restore some ...

Trump says he's considering a new, narrower travel ban - Los Angeles Times

Rebuffed again by the courts, President Trump said Friday that he is weighing a new, more narrowly tailored executive order to curb entry into the U.S., a step that would mean setting aside his legal battle in favor of moving more quickly on his ...

(UPDATE: Yep they reversed this too) Trump reverses vow to take #MuslimBan to US Supreme Court - Boing Boing

Update, 330pm PT: Aaaaand it looks like the White House just issued statements that reverse everything they said a half hour ago. White House changes earlier statement, says it may take fight over temporary halt of travel order to Supreme Court https ...

The next steps in the legal fight over Trump's travel ban - PBS NewsHour

Najmia Abdishakur (2nd L), a Somali national who was delayed entry to the U.S. because of the recent travel ban, is greeted by her mother Zahra Warsma (L) at Washington Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Virginia, in February. Photo by Jonathan ...

What's Next for Trump's Travel Ban? - The Atlantic

Subscribe to The Atlantic's Politics & Policy Daily, a roundup of ideas and events in American politics. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals dealt President Trump a major blow on Thursday by rejecting his request to lift a lower court's nationwide ...

Court Refuses to Reinstate Travel Ban, Dealing Trump Another Legal Loss - New York Times

From left, Abdulmajeed and his wife, Baraa, Syrian refugees, were greeted by her father at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago on Tuesday. They were allowed to enter the country after a federal judge blocked key parts of President Trump's ...

Donald Trump Travel Ban Heads Toward Fight Over Executive Privilege - Wall Street Journal

A ruling by a federal appeals court against President Donald Trump's ban on travel from seven countries sets the stage for a potential new conflict between the branches of government. The unanimous ruling by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ...

Appeals court ruling was the biggest warning to Trump yet on how he's approaching the presidency - Los Angeles Times

The appellate court repudiation of President Trump's travel ban marked the first high-level loss for a new administration that, for all the chaos it has inflicted on Washington and itself, had thus far largely succeeded in accomplishing its immediate ...

Trump promises action 'very rapidly' after travel ban halted - PBS NewsHour

President Donald Trump speaks at a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the White House on Feb. 10. Photo by Jim Bourg/Reuters. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump promised Friday to take action “very rapidly” to ...

White House Rewriting Trump's Controversial Travel Ban Order: Sources - NBCNews.com

President Donald Trump said Friday that he could issue a new executive order on immigration after an appeals court refused to reinstate restrictions on entry to the United States from seven predominantly Muslim nations. "The unfortunate part is that it ...

Judiciary keeps Trump on a tight leash - The Hindu

Court upholds nation-wide stay on ban order, asserts its power to review executive decisions on security issues. A U.S appeals court upheld a nation wide stay on the travel ban imposed by the Donald Trump administration on people from seven Muslim ...

Trump loses appeal, but travel ban fight isn't over yet - The Conversation US

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Trump's executive order religiously discriminatory, Appeals Court suggests - Religion News Service

Your executive order on immigration looks like a pathetic loser, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals told Donald Trump Thursday evening. Upholding Federal District Judge James Robart's temporary restraining order, the unanimous three-judge panel ...