(Reuters) – A federal judge in Wisconsin dealt the first legal blow to President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban on Friday, barring enforcement of the policy to deny U.S. entry to the wife and child of a Syrian refugee already granted asylum in the United States.
Still fewer than five days old, the House Republican bill to repeal Obamacare has an uncertain legislative path ahead. And no small part of the blame goes to President Donald Trump.
The Trump administration is reaching out to deputize local and state authorities in federal immigration matters. But participation could backfire.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has asked all of the nearly four dozen federal prosecutors who were nominated by former President Barack Obama to leave.
On the first day of his presidency, Donald Trump filed papers with the Federal Election Commission to qualify him as a candidate in 2020.
Mass., N.Y., Oregon and Washington state call the latest order discriminatory and unconstitutional.
Could the former California governor terminate Dianne Feinstein’s long Senate career?
President Donald Trump is wading into the fray Thursday and flexing his deal making skills to build momentum behind the Republican Party’s Obamacare repeal bill, amid growing concern among prominent GOP figures that fast-tracking the measure could lead to flawed legislation.
The White House is privately lining up behind conservative calls to roll back Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion sooner than the health care reform bill currently calls for, two senior administration officials and a senior House conservative aide told CNN on Thursday.
(Reuters) – Several states said on Thursday they would move forward with legal challenges to a revised executive order signed by President Donald Trump this week that temporarily bars the admission of refugees and some travelers from a group of Muslim-majority countries.