Wyoming police officers arrested a man on charges of public intoxication who tried to explain to them that he needed to talk to the “president of the town” because he was from the future and needed to help people.
On Monday the Supreme Court announced that it would hear President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban and decide whether the president can prevent travel to the U.S. from six mostly Muslim countries.
A retired police chief was detained and questioned by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport upon his return from a trip abroad earlier this month because his first name is Hassan.
The “Free State” of Maryland on Friday became the fifth state to join a legal challenge seeking to block the Trump administration’s revised “Muslim ban” in court. More than two dozen lawsuits were issued against the original Jan. 27 travel ban.
The states of Hawaii and Oregon joined Washington and Minnesota on Thursday in their legal challenge against President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban, which goes into effect March 16, and the states of New York and Massachusetts have said they will join the challenge, too.
Because President Vladimir TrumPutin won’t let it just die, he has signed a revised executive order that will ban immigration from certain Muslim-majority countries.
Muhammad Ali Jr., son of the boxing great who made news last week after it was reported that he and his mother had been detained by immigration officials at a Florida airport because of their Muslim names, is speaking out about his ordeal and said Monday that he felt “violated” when he was asked about his religion.
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…
A U.S. federal appeals court decided unanimously Thursday to uphold the temporary suspension of President Donald Trump’s travel ban that restricted people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
Updated Sunday, Feb. 4, 2017, 10:30 a.m. EST: Governmental policy now moves with the speed of a Williams-sisters tennis match. Today a federal appeals court denied the Justice Department’s request for an immediate reinstatement of President Donald Trump’s travel ban for certain travelers and refugees, which was…
The American people appear to be signaling that they will not be divided or sit quietly as President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily barring entry to refugees and citizens of seven majority Muslim countries goes into effect.