American Muslims decry Trump travel ban - New Straits Times Online

John Wider carries a welcome sign near arriving international travelers on the first day of the partial reinstatement of the Trump travel ban, temporarily barring travelers from six Muslim-majority nations from entering the US, at Los Angeles ...

Watch: New Yorkers Hold Anti-Trump Rally In Union Square To Protest Muslim Ban - Patch.com

Activists in New York City rallied in Union Square Thursday to protest President Trump's ban. By Ciara McCarthy (Patch Staff) - Updated June 30, 2017 9:22 am ET. Watch: New Yorkers Hold Anti-Trump Rally In Union Square To Protest Muslim Ban. UNION ...

Local 19-year-old wins Lottery jackpot - The Daily Gazette

A local 19-year-old recently won big from a scratch off lottery ticket, but he isn't letting it go to his head. Anthony Iavarone, 19, of Clifton Park, won $1 million from a Cashword scratch-off ticket. According to New York State Lottery, he is the ...

Refugees face tough restrictions in President Donald Trump's travel ban, advocates say - Houston Chronicle

Hours before an executive order banning visitors from six predominantly Muslim nations went into effect Thursday night, Wafa Abdin worried about what it would mean for the refugees she helps resettle in Houston. A Supreme Court decision Monday had ...

Trump travel ban takes effect without airport disruptions - Newsday

Advocates and lawyers with the New York Immigration Coalition, holding a sign in Arabic and English, were in Terminal 4 at Kennedy Airport on Friday, June 30, 2017, the first full day of limited travel restrictions on refugees and travelers from six ...

Marxist Precedent for Trump's Supreme Court Travel Ban Battle - teleSUR English

Protesters chant slogans against President Donald Trump's limited travel ban, approved by the U.S. Supreme Court, in New York City, U.S., on June 29, 2017. | Photo: Reuters. Previous; Next. Published 30 June 2017 (6 hours 59 minutes ago). 0. Comments.

Travel ban a far cry from original - Arab News

People hug after arriving in advance of the incoming travel ban to the US. (Reuters). WASHINGTON: With US President Donald Trump's travel ban taking effect Thursday, the White House declared victory on the first major policy push of his presidency.

More challenges expected for Trump's new travel ban - CTV News

WASHINGTON -- A scaled-back version of President Donald Trump's travel ban is now in force, stripped of provisions that brought protests and chaos at airports worldwide in January yet still likely to generate a new round of court fights. The new rules ...

New Development: DOS & CBP Release Additional Guidance on Travel Ban Following Monday's Supreme Court Ruling - The National Law Review

On June 26, 2017, the Supreme Court partially lifted the injunctions granted by the Fourth and Ninth Circuits on President Trump's second Executive Order commanding a temporary travel ban. The Supreme Court narrowed the application of travel ban, which ...

'Bona Fide Relationships' Under Trump's New Travel Ban: Who's In and Who's Out? - The National Law Review

The U.S. Supreme Court made headlines on June 26 when it partially mandated aspects of Trump's notorious “travel ban” barring immigrants from select countries from entering the United States. In a lengthy opinion, the court provided that people seeking ...

The travel order rules face a court challenge - The Economist (blog)

The administration later retreated a quarter-step from this rather Scrooge-like view of the Supreme Court's compromise order, inviting fiancés into the class of relations who are exempt from the travel restrictions. But, in interpretive defiance of the ...

Travelers at San Francisco International Airport react to travel ban - KGO-TV

Friday is the first full day of President Trump's new* travel ban and there is still a lot of confusion surrounding how it will be enforced. The state of Hawaii is challenging the policy in court. (KGO-TV ). KGO. by Janine De la Vega. Friday, June 30 ...

Is the Supreme Court Killing Secularism? - Truthdig

The Supreme Court this week made a series of decisions that challenge the central tenet of secularism in the nation: the separation of church and state. First and most shockingly, the nine justices unanimously handed Donald Trump a victory on his ...

How the Supreme Court re-established the rule of law - Chicago Tribune

The recent decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court serve as a reminder of why it is the last bastion for the rule of law. President Donald Trump ordered a temporary 90-day travel ban on the same six chaotic nations President Barack Obama labeled as ...

Hawaii challenges Donald Trump's rollout of travel ban in court - Economic Times

Hawaii asked a court to clarify the scope of President Donald Trump's travel ban, saying the government's latest restrictions go further than the US Supreme Court allowed. The Supreme Court on Monday allowed Trump to implement his legally fraught ban ...

US Travel Ban Implementation Moves Ahead with Little Protest - Voice of America

President Donald Trump's modified travel ban has been implemented with little immediate protest as immigration lawyers gathered at U.S. airports to aid travelers from six affected countries. The U.S. activated the new rules Thursday evening, requiring ...

SCOTUS Decision on Executive Order Travel Ban: What Does It Mean? - The National Law Review

On June 26, 2017, the US Supreme Court granted certiorari and consolidated two cases, Trump v. IRAP and Trump v. Hawaii, recently litigated in the US Court of Appeals enjoining the President's second Executive Order entitled Protecting the Nation from ...

Trump's travel ban is bad news for grandma - The Mercury News

When President Trump's travel ban finally went into effect this week, it was a clear victory for his administration. It was not, however, a victory for the grandparents of the world. Related Articles. Trump's travel ban a far cry from original · Travel ...

US travel ban takes effect - The Daily Star

People hug after arriving in advance of the incoming travel ban to the US at John F Kennedy airport in New York, on Thursday. Photo: AFP, Reuters. Agencies. Lawyers and rights activists took up positions at major US airports as a weakened version of ...

Here's What You Need to Know About Trump's Travel Ban 2.0 - POPSUGAR

President Trump's revised travel ban took effect on June 28 after months of lawsuits, protests, and fierce national debate. The Supreme Court handed down the decision to approve the revised ban on June 26, when it was announced that they will start ...