WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court will decide three cases in coming months that could help or hinder President Donald Trump's efforts to ramp up border security and accelerate deportations of those in the country illegally. (Reuters US News) More
National Catholic Reporter
Supreme Court travel ban ruling: What it means
National Catholic Reporter
Washington — The Supreme Court delivered a mixed ruling on June 26 that will allow President Trump to implement his travel ban against six Muslim majority nations — but only for visitors lacking ties to the United States. The court ruled that Trump ...
Trump's travel ban not a first, US immigration laws go as far as 1798
Trump. v. International Refugee Assistance Project - Supreme Court of the United States
Statement from President Donald J. Trump
Posted on 26 June 2017 | 1:31 pm | Google News
The Supreme Court's Ominous National Security Ruling
“If you are cold, put on a sweater, perhaps an overcoat, and maybe even turn up the heat,” Justice Stephen Breyer told his colleagues from the Supreme Court bench Monday. “But don't set ... The verdict could have significant implications for the case ...
Supreme Court bails out Bush officials over 9/11 detentions
Posted on 19 June 2017 | 4:16 pm | Google News
British politics in ferment as exit poll shows May failing to win Majority
Analysts were treating the exit poll with caution. In the last election, in 2015, the ... “It's difficult to see, if these numbers were right, how they (the Conservatives) would put together the coalition to remain in office,” said Osborne. “But ...
Bernard (Bernie) Sanders | TheHill
Posted on 8 June 2017 | 5:10 pm | Google News
'100-Day Action Plan' Scorecard
He did fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, but his efforts to “suspend immigration from terror-prone regions” have been blocked by the courts. Once in office, Trump criticized “the ridiculous standard ...
Posted on 29 April 2017 | 5:52 am | Google News
4 details of Trump's new deportation rules that worry an immigration lawyer
The Trump administration said that they will expand “expedited removal” to avoid this. That process is intended for someone who was previously deported and reentered the U.S., Hong said, not for someone who has never gone through the hearing process.
Executive Orders on Protecting the Homeland | Homeland Security
Posted on 22 February 2017 | 2:03 pm | Google News
US Border Patrol shooting of Mexican national goes to Supreme Court
This is the first case the Supreme Court heard under the new administration and comes as President Donald Trump's policies concerning his executive order on immigration have raised questions about the constitutional rights of non-citizens. Another ...
Supreme Court seems split over Mexican teen's shooting death by Border Patrol agent
Supremes to decide if foreigners have constitutional rights
Posted on 21 February 2017 | 11:20 am | Google News
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