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As court mulls ruling on travel ban, legal experts say edge may favor states - Fox News;

As court mulls ruling on travel ban, legal experts say edge may favor states - Fox News

Fox NewsAs court mulls ruling on travel ban, legal experts say edge may favor statesFox NewsAs the federal appeals court decides on whether to reinstate President Trump's travel ban after a contentious hearing Tuesday, legal experts consider which side presented a more compelling argument in court. It was unclear which way the three judges of ...and more »

Appeals court judges grill both sides in Trump travel ban hearing - Chicago Sun-Times;

Appeals court judges grill both sides in Trump travel ban hearing - Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-TimesAppeals court judges grill both sides in Trump travel ban hearingChicago Sun-TimesDavid Pearce, left, and his daughter Crissy Pearce hold signs outside of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu). Sudhin Thanawala. Sign-Up for our News & Politics Newsletter Sign-Up.and more »

Why Courts Appear Willing to Reject Trump's Travel Ban Order - Just Security

Why Courts Appear Willing to Reject Trump's Travel Ban OrderJust SecurityOn Friday, James Robart, a U.S. federal district judge in Seattle, issued a nationwide temporary restraining order (TRO) against President Donald Trump's Executive Order that imposed a temporary ban on travel to the United States by immigrants and ...and more »

Donald Trump rages against the judge who halted his travel ban - The Economist (blog);

Donald Trump rages against the judge who halted his travel ban - The Economist (blog)

The Economist (blog)Donald Trump rages against the judge who halted his travel banThe Economist (blog)ON FEBRUARY 3rd, one week after Donald Trump issued an executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries and suspending America's refugee programme, a federal judge in Washington state dealt a major blow to the administration's ...and more »

Trump's immigration order remains on hold; flurry of legal activity expected - Dallas News;

Trump's immigration order remains on hold; flurry of legal activity expected - Dallas News

Dallas NewsTrump's immigration order remains on hold; flurry of legal activity expectedDallas NewsA federal appeals court on Sunday ruled that President Donald Trump's controversial immigration order will remain suspended for the time being, allowing those previously banned from coming to the U.S. at least another day to get here. The decision by ...and more »

What's Next in the Legal Battle Over the Travel-Ban Block? - New York Magazine;

What's Next in the Legal Battle Over the Travel-Ban Block? - New York Magazine

New York MagazineWhat's Next in the Legal Battle Over the Travel-Ban Block?New York MagazineWe'll soon find out what the Supreme Court thinks about the travel-ban block. Photo: Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images. The legal battle over President Trump's travel ban has greatly intensified over the past several days, starting with a ruling by the ...and more »

Trump Administration Suspends Travel Ban, Pending Appeal, While Trump Attacks Judge - New York Magazine;

Trump Administration Suspends Travel Ban, Pending Appeal, While Trump Attacks Judge - New York Magazine

New York MagazineTrump Administration Suspends Travel Ban, Pending Appeal, While Trump Attacks JudgeNew York MagazineIt remains unclear if the president of the United States fully understands what judicial independence means. Photo: Pool/Getty Images. A U.S. appeals court has denied the Trump administration's request for an emergency stay on a federal judge's order ...and more »

Borders open to visa holders barred from US - Buffalo News

Borders open to visa holders barred from USBuffalo NewsWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A day after a federal judge temporarily blocked President Trump's immigration order, the nation's borders were open Saturday to visa holders from seven predominantly Muslim countries. But there was an air of uncertainty at major ...and more »

Appeals court rebuffs request to quickly restore travel ban - Politico;

Appeals court rebuffs request to quickly restore travel ban - Politico

PoliticoAppeals court rebuffs request to quickly restore travel banPoliticoThe Justice Department has asked a federal appeals court to lift a ruling by a Seattle judge halting President Donald Trump's travel ban, but the court turned down the administration's request for immediate permission to reinstate the controversial ...and more »

Appeals Court Shoots Down DOJ Request To Immediately Restore Travel Ban - Huffington Post;

Appeals Court Shoots Down DOJ Request To Immediately Restore Travel Ban - Huffington Post

Huffington PostAppeals Court Shoots Down DOJ Request To Immediately Restore Travel BanHuffington PostWASHINGTON/BEIRUT (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court late on Saturday denied a request from the U.S. Department of Justice to immediately restore a immigration order from President Donald Trump barring citizens from seven mainly Muslim countries and ...and more »

Justice Department appeals ruling on travel ban - The Boston Globe;

Justice Department appeals ruling on travel ban - The Boston Globe

The Boston GlobeJustice Department appeals ruling on travel banThe Boston GlobeWASHINGTON — The Justice Department has appealed a judge's order temporarily blocking President Trump's refugee and immigration ban, saying it's the ''sovereign prerogative'' of a president to admit or exclude aliens in order to protect national security.and more »

Justice Department Appeals Order Blocking Trump Travel Ban - Huffington Post;

Justice Department Appeals Order Blocking Trump Travel Ban - Huffington Post

Huffington PostJustice Department Appeals Order Blocking Trump Travel BanHuffington PostUPDATE: Feb. 4 ― The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals temporarily denied the Justice Department's request to restore President Donald Trump's travel ban late on Saturday. Previously: Justice Department lawyers filed an appeal late Saturday night ...and more »

James Robart: judge derided by Trump known for fairness and helping children - The Guardian;

James Robart: judge derided by Trump known for fairness and helping children - The Guardian

The GuardianJames Robart: judge derided by Trump known for fairness and helping childrenThe GuardianJudge James Robart: the law is important for people who feel the system is 'stacked against them'. Photograph: Jose Romero/AFP/Getty Images. Trump travel ban. James Robart: judge derided by Trump known for fairness and helping children. The federal ...and more »

Federal Judge Halts Trump's Travel Ban - GOOD Magazine;

Federal Judge Halts Trump's Travel Ban - GOOD Magazine

GOOD MagazineFederal Judge Halts Trump's Travel BanGOOD MagazineOn Friday night, U.S. District Judge James Robart of Washington state blocked enforcement of President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban. In the hearing, Robart said,. “The court concludes that the circumstances that brought it here today are ...and more »

Court Denies DOJ Request For Stay; Trump Immigration Order Remains Suspended - WBUR;

Court Denies DOJ Request For Stay; Trump Immigration Order Remains Suspended - WBUR

WBURCourt Denies DOJ Request For Stay; Trump Immigration Order Remains SuspendedWBURAn Airbus A350-900 for Qatar Airways in 2014 in France. Qatar Airways is among the airlines that have announced they will resume boarding travelers affected by President Trump's executive order. Updated at 4:13 a.m. ET Sunday. President Trump's travel ...and more »

Jury is still out on Trump's travel ban as challenges to the executive order roll into courts - New York Daily News;

Jury is still out on Trump's travel ban as challenges to the executive order roll into courts - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsJury is still out on Trump's travel ban as challenges to the executive order roll into courtsNew York Daily NewsPresident Trump had at least one judge on his side — a federal judge in Boston who discontinued the temporary stop on the ban for Massachusetts. (Carolyn Kaster/AP). BY Andrew Keshner Greg B. Smith. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Saturday, February 4 ...and more »

Meet the Bush-appointed federal judge who halted Trump's executive order - Chicago Tribune;

Meet the Bush-appointed federal judge who halted Trump's executive order - Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneMeet the Bush-appointed federal judge who halted Trump's executive orderChicago TribuneJudge James Robart listens to a case at the Seattle courthouse on March 12, 2013. Robart placed a nationwide hold on President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel to the United States by migrants from seven Muslim-majority countries.and more »

Donald Trump's most bone-chilling tweet - CNN;

Donald Trump's most bone-chilling tweet - CNN

CNNDonald Trump's most bone-chilling tweetCNNDean Obeidallah, a former attorney, is the host of SiriusXM radio's daily program "The Dean Obeidallah Show" and a columnist for The Daily Beast. Follow him @deanofcomedy. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his. (CNN) On Saturday morning ...and more »

Next steps in legal battle over the travel ban - CNN;

Next steps in legal battle over the travel ban - CNN

CNNNext steps in legal battle over the travel banCNNWashington (CNN) It has been less than 24 hours since a federal judge brought the enforcement of President Donald Trump's travel ban to a screeching halt -- and the legal battle over the ruling has only just begun. The White House announced late Friday ...and more »

Trump's itchy Twitter finger aims at 'so-called' federal judge - CNET;

Trump's itchy Twitter finger aims at 'so-called' federal judge - CNET

CNETTrump's itchy Twitter finger aims at 'so-called' federal judgeCNETTechnically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. Donald Trump. He's not happy with the judge. Getty Images. US President Donald Trump's Twitter account exists for him to express displeasure at anyone who ...and more »