Muslim-American leaders and allies came together on Tuesday to urge the Supreme Court to rule this fall against President Donald Trump’s travel ban. The court announced on Monday that it would take the case and added that it would reinstate part of Trump’s order in the interim, barring...
The Supreme Court won't hear the case until October, but there will be plenty of action before then that will affect travelers to the United States.
On Monday, the Supreme Court issued what has been billed as a split decision on Donald Trump’s ban on immigration from six majority-Muslim countries. The court kept the ban in place for those who couldn’t prove a “bona fide relationship...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court's decision to partially reinstate President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban has left the effort to keep some foreigners out of the U.S. in a murky middle ground, with unanswered questions and possibly more litigation ahead. Continue reading ? The post Supreme Court ruling in travel ban case leaves some questions unanswered appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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Via White House press release: Today’s unanimous Supreme Court decision is a clear victory for our national security. It allows the travel suspension for the six terror-prone countries and the refugee suspension to become largely effective. Show More Summary
The Supreme Court ruling partially reinstating the travel ban could have a greater impact on refugees
Donald Trump proclaimed victory after the supreme court’s decision. Donald Trump was quick to proclaim victory when the supreme court decided to allow elements of one of his most controversial policies to take effect before justices hear the case in the fall. Show More Summary
In an appearance on MSNBC, DNC deputy chair Keith Ellison criticized the Supreme Court for reinstating parts of Trump's travel ban.
Even though courts initially froze Trump's "Muslim bans," his executive orders still slowed the U.S. resettlement of LGBT people fleeing violence. Now that the Supreme Court has partially reinstated the bans, things are getting really scary.
The Latest on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to partially reinstate President Donald Trump's travel ban (all times local): 5:30 a.m. Iranians at Tehran's international airport say they don't expect … Click to Continue »
President Trump was quick to declare Monday’s travel ban decision by the Supreme Court a “clear victory” for him. It is not.
Even as it allowed a limited version of the Trump administration's travel ban to take effect for now, the Supreme Court carved out a major exception. It said Monday that … Click to Continue »
The Supreme Court's decision to partially reinstate President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban has left the effort to keep some foreigners out of the United States in a murky middle … Click to Continue »
By Lawrence Hurley and Andrew Chung WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to President Donald Trump by reviving parts of a travel ban on people from six Muslim-majority countries that he said is needed for national security but that opponents decry as discriminatory. Show More Summary
By Ishaan Tharoor It’s not surprising that President Trump was “very pleased” following the Supreme Court’s decision on Monday to partially reinstate the White House’s travel ban on refugees and citizens of six Muslim-majority countries. Show More Summary
Yes, Monday’s decision was limited in scope. But it confirms Trump’s message that Muslims are dangerous and not like other Americans.
President Donald Trump cheered the Supreme Court's unanimous decision to allow portions of his administration's controversial travel to be implemented, kicking a final decision down the road until the fall. "Today's unanimous Supreme Court decision is a clear victory for our national security. Show More Summary