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A Virginia federal judge on Friday refused to issue a ruling blocking President Trump’s revised travel ban, in a break with two other federal courts that have considered the issue, pointing to “substantive revisions” in the president’s new executive order.
A group of Cubans who were refused asylum after landing at an abandoned Florida Keys lighthouse asked the Eleventh Circuit on Friday to reverse the lower court's decision that the lighthouse does not count as U.S. soil.
The U.S. Department of State has instructed consular posts abroad to increase scrutiny for some visa applicants, according to a cable posted by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, implementing a memo that President Donald Trump signed along with his revised travel ban executive order.
The U.S. arm of a Shiite Muslim organization and a Yemeni husband and wife were the latest to challenge President Donald Trump’s revised executive order banning people from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States, alleging Friday that the order is outright religious discrimination.
With the U.S. government officially seeking proposals for the border wall, the Trump administration seems determined to get started on its wall project as soon as possible. Here’s a look at the wall’s potential costs, its contracting requirements and the many land, tribal and environmental issues that could get in the way.