An upset Bill Richardson, former governor of New Mexico, calls the advisory body a “whitewash and a cheerleading operation” for Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
The U.S. president speaks by phone with his Egyptian counterpart about the shooting. Responsibility for the church attack is being claimed by Islamic State.
The proposal is likely to meet heavy resistance from Palestinians, neighboring Arab countries and the international community.
Every president influences U.S. law and legal institutions, but few have had the impact of Donald Trump. And he’s just getting started.
Guatemala becomes the first nation to follow the lead of President Trump in ordering the change. Its president, Jimmy Morales, has not announced a time frame for the move.
A federal judge agrees that the policy prevents people from some mostly Muslim countries from reuniting with relatives living legally in the U.S.
Journalist Shir Hever traces current Middle East turmoil to the Ottoman Empire and asks viewers to question the shifting paradigms of the discord.
The justices, voting 7 to 2, say the policy can take full effect even as legal challenges against it make their way through the courts.