NEWS FEATURES TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK The biggest headlines of the week: 1.
Why did President Donald Trump announce a travel ban for citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries?
The GOP Congress passed a $1.5 trillion tax cut that’s designed to benefit the rich, but many Democrats are furious and some have said they’ll oppose it. 3.
Donald Trump’s travel ban will allow businesses to discriminate against Muslim Americans.
An Indiana woman has sued to block the construction of a memorial to her late mother who died of breast cancer.
Trump has been sued for discrimination by an Indiana pastor who said he’s being persecuted by the president.
The first women to graduate from the University of California, Berkeley, said they’re not leaving the school because of the campus climate, but they hope to go back someday.
A judge blocked Trump’s executive order to deport thousands of illegal immigrants from two southern states, but the administration appealed the ruling.
Donald Trumps inauguration, which was marred by controversy, was marinated in racial tension.
The president was asked on Twitter about a Trump supporter’s accusation that a black man on his team said that “black lives matter.”
The NFL’s national anthem protests were met with protests by players who say it disrespects the flag and the country.
The White House announced that the Department of Homeland Security will begin implementing a ban on refugees from certain countries who are “at heightened risk of being exploited by criminals, terrorists, or other foreign governments.”
The Senate voted overwhelmingly to approve an expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
The Trump administration has proposed $1 trillion in spending cuts over the next decade that will affect some 70 million Americans.
The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the government from enforcing a Trump administration rule requiring colleges to offer courses on sexual assault prevention.
A federal judge in New Jersey blocked President Donald Trumplands proposed $2.9 billion in new spending cuts for 2019, but a judge in Pennsylvania upheld the measure.
A Florida man is suing to overturn the Trump administration’s order to bar people on U.S. military bases from donating blood.
Former White House adviser Hope Hicks testified before Congress that Trump made her feel uncomfortable in a private meeting about a sexual assault case in the Oval Office.
Trump’s first executive order temporarily barred refugees from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for 90 days.
The Justice Department is seeking a temporary injunction to block a California voter-approved measure that would allow people to register to vote from being used to register illegal immigrants to vote.
President Donald J. Trump speaks to reporters at the White House.
President Barack Obama said that his administration has not “discriminated against any religion” in any way and called for unity and openness.
A U.K. judge blocked the Trump Administration from enforcing the order temporarily barring refugees from seven Muslim-dominated countries from coming to the U.