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trump executive order: calls of 'let them in' at airport protests


protests have been taking place in some airports across the us after president donald trump signed an executive order banning migrants and refugees from several muslim countries. in a setback for mr trump, a federal judge has issued an emergency stay order that temporarily blocks the government from deporting people who land with valid visas.trump executive order: us judge temporarily halts deportations






federal judge stays deportations of detainees after challenge to trump order


the order drew cries of outrage from a range of activist and advocates for muslims, arabs and immigrants. more than 4,000 academics from universities nationwide signed a statement of opposition and voiced concern the ban would become permanent. they described it as discriminatory and "inhumane, ineffective and un-american."the executive action has caused "complete chaos" and torn apart families, said abed ayoub, legal and policy director of the american-arab anti-discrimination committee.






federal judge blocks deportations under trump's 'extreme vetting' order for refu


after a day of chaos at airports around the world, a federal judge in brooklyn on urday night stayed deportations under president trump’s executive order barring citizens of some muslim countries from entering the united states. u.s. district judge ann m. donnelly ordered a halt to any removal of refugees or others who hold valid visas to enter the united states—meaning those who have arrived at u.s. airports from the seven predominantly muslim countries named under the president’s executive order can remain, for now. the judge did not rule on the legality of the executive order, nor did she say that others who have not yet arrived in the u.s. can be allowed to proceed. the ruling e in response to a petition filed by the american civil liberties union on behalf of two iraqis detained a






trump executive order: us judge temporarily halts deportations


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption new york's jfk airport was among several which drew large protest crowds on urday a us judge has issued a stay temporarily halting the deportation of visa holders or refugees under an executive order from president trump.the american civil liberties union (aclu) filed a legal case early on urday in response to the order.the judge's stay prevents those "caught up" in the aftermath from being deported, the aclu said.the group estimates that between 100 and 200 people were being detained at airports or in transit.the court decision e as hundreds protested at airports in several us states over donald trump's clamp down on immigration.his executive order, signed on friday, halted the entire us refugee programme and also instituted a 90-day travel ban for






trump executive order: us judge temporarily halts deportations


media captionprotesters shouted "let them in" at demonstrations at new york's jfk airporta us judge has issued a stay temporarily halting the deportation of visa holders or refugees under an executive order from president trump.the american civil liberties union (aclu) filed a legal case early on urday in response to the order.the judge's stay prevents those "caught up" in the aftermath from being deported, the aclu said.the group estimates that between 100 and 200 people were being detained at airports or in transit.the court decision e as thousands protested at airports in several us states over donald trump's clamp down on immigration.his executive order, signed on friday, halted the entire us refugee programme and also instituted a 90-day travel ban for nationals from iran, iraq, libya






federal judge grants emergency stay allowing trump-stranded travelers who landed


a federal judge in brooklyn, new york issued an emergency stay on urday that temporarily blocks the u.s. government from sending people out of the country after they have landed at a u.s. airport with valid visas.the american civil liberties union estimates the stay will affect 100 to 200 people detained at u.s. airports or in transit, but government lawyers could not confirm that number.the ruling by judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court for the eastern district of new york e during a hearing called after president donald trump issued an executive order blocking people from seven muslim-majority from entering the united states and putting a temporary halt to refugee admissions.(reporting by mica rosenburg, writing by frank mcgurty; editing by nick zieminski)






donald trump: executive order 'not a muslim ban'


president trump told journalists at the white house that his administration was prepared to implement an executive order which temporarily bans all refugees and people from seven mainly muslim countries from entering the united states.he defended the move, which has been condemned by rights groups, and he said it was not a "muslim ban".trump executive order: refugees detained at us airports






federal judge blocks deportations under trump's 'extreme vetting' order for refu


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judge bars u.s. from deporting travelers with valid visas covered by trump order


new york -- a federal judge in new york has barred the u.s. from deporting travelers with valid visas covered by president trump’s executive order.playvideocbs evening newschaos, confusion at airports as immigration crackdown takes effect president trump signed an executive order that puts a four-month hold on all refugees settling in the u.s., a 90-day ban for visitors from seven ... the federal judge, in brooklyn, issued an emergency stay on urday. it temporarily prevents the u.s. government from sending people out of the u.s. after they landed with valid vises at u.s. airports, reuters reported.the department of homeland security has not seen the judge’s order issuing an injunction and therefore could not say how it will change how they implement the president’s orders tomorrow, cbs new






trump issues more executive actions on national security


president trump kept up his frenetic pace of executive action on urday by signing new directives that put his own imprint on the national security apparatus. trump signed executive actions to reorganize the national security council and to direct the joint chiefs of staff to present him with a plan to defeat the islamic state terror organization, according to white house officials who have seen the documents and described their content to reporters. he also issued a five-year ban preventing people who work for him from lobbying his administration after they leave it. the action e right on the heels of a controversial executive order on friday closing u.s. borders to refugees from around the world and temporarily halting immigration from several mostly muslim countries. despite the num






trump immigration policy changes put some on edge


chicago immigration reform advocates and muslim leaders denounced president donald trump's executive order to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. while the government reviews screening processes, calling it an effective ban on muslims in america.in issuing the order friday, which calls... (manya brachear pashman and angie leventis lourgos)






trump's ban targeting muslims suspended by federal judge, refugee deportation ba


a federal judge for new york's eastern district issued an emergency stay on urday night that temporarily halts president donald trump’s friday executive order banning entry to the us from seven mostly muslim countries. report this ad trump's executive order led to widespread protests at airports around the country, and chaos as travelers from the blacklisted countries were detained, interrogated, and refused entry to the united states. the lawyers who sued the government said the decision following an emergency hearing in a new york city courtroom could affect an estimated 100 to 200 people. from the new york times: judge ann m. donnelly of federal district court in brooklyn, who was nominated by former president barack obama, ruled just before 9 p.m. that implementing mr. trump’s order






us lawyers for iraqis sue to block trump immigration order


immigration lawyers sued on urday to block president donald trump’s order halting the entry of refugees and foreign nationals from seven predominantly muslim countries to the united states, saying numerous people have already been unlawfully detained.the lawyers from numerous immigration organizations and the american civil liberties union sued in federal court in brooklyn, new york, on behalf of two iraqi men, one a former u.s. government worker and the other the husband of a former u.s. security contractor.the two men had visas to enter the united states but were detained on friday night at new york’s john f. kennedy international airport, hours after trump’s executive order put a four-month hold on allowing refugees into the united states and temporarily barred travelers from syria and






13 held at o'hare after trump order, but park ridge man freed


thirteen people were believed to be in custody urday night at o'hare international airport as authorities enforced president donald trump's executive order on immigration from certain majority-muslim countries — a crackdown that left relatives frantic and prompted protesters to rush to the airport.late in the day, a federal judge in new york temporarily barred the u.s. from deportations under the order, and lawyers at o'hare isting those in custody said they expected them to be freed soon.a few travelers had already been released after hours of questioning. they included hessan noorian, a park ridge resident returning with his family from iran.noorian and his wife, zahra amirisefat, knew about trump's order before boarding their flight home to chicago. but the couple never imagined it woul






trump blocks muslim refugees, america loses a part of itself


chicago immigration reform advocates and muslim leaders denounced president donald trump's executive order to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. while the government reviews screening processes, calling it an effective ban on muslims in america.in issuing the order friday, which calls... (manya brachear pashman and angie leventis lourgos)






milwaukee protesters denounce trump immigration crackdown


milwaukee — protesters in milwaukee have demonstrated against president donald trump's immigration crackdown.more than 100 protesters rallied outside of the federal courthouse in milwaukee on urday. the milwaukee journal sentinel (http://bit.ly/2k3nndg ) reports many of the protesters were iranian-born university of wisconsin system faculty and graduate students.protesters chanted and carried signs saying "no ban no wall" and "i'm a scientist, not a terrorist."soroush aslani, an istant professor at the university of wisconsin-whitewater, said he has canceled a trip next month to visit family in canada, because he's afraid he won't be able to re-enter the u.s.on friday, trump issued an executive order that suspends the entry of all refugees to the united states for 120 days. the order also






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after several travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after several travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more g






unknown number of u.s. permanent residents stuck overseas as a result of trump's


an undetermined number of longtime u.s. residents have been stranded overseas as a result of president trump's executive order temporarily blocking visas from seven countries in the middle east and north africa. all visa holders from those seven countries are now barred entry to the u.s., including lawful permanent residents, also known as green card holders, people with u.s. work visas and other types of visas, according to a senior u.s. immigration official. the official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations. some of the affected countries, such as yemen and libya, have relatively few nationals who are u.s. permanent residents or visa holders. but a large number of iranians have permanent residency in the u.s., as do smaller numbers from some of the other c






us judge blocks trump's order to ban muslim travellers


a federal judge has granted an emergency stay of president donald trump's executive order to ban the entry of people from several muslim countries into the united states.the temporary measure allows travellers who have already landed in the us with valid visas to stay in the country.us district judge ann donnelly's ruling late on urday followed a cl -action lawsuit brought earlier in the day by the american civil liberties union (aclu) and other groups in new york city that won a temporary stay of execution, ending the detention of those with valid visas as well as residency cards arriving in the us."victory!!!!!!" the aclu tweeted after donnelly issued her decision."our courts today worked as they should as bulwarks against government abuse or unconstitutional policies and orders."aclu sa






a look at trump's executive order on refugees, immigration


washington — president donald trump signed an executive order friday making major changes to america's policies on refugees and immigration.a look at what trump ordered:___syriatrump's order directs the state department to stop issuing visas to syrian nationals and halts the processing of syrian refugees. that will remain in effect until trump determines that enough security changes have been made to ensure that would-be terrorists can't exploit weaknesses in the current vetting system.___refugeestrump ordered a four-month suspension of america's broader refugee program. the suspension is intended to provide time to review how refugees are vetted before they are allowed to resettle in the united states.trump's order also cuts the number of refugees the united states plans to accept this bu






federal judge in new york bars u.s. from deporting travelers with valid visas co


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us judge blocks trump's order to ban muslim travellers


a federal judge has blocked part of president donald trump's executive order on immigration, ruling that travellers who have already landed in the us with valid visas should not be sent back to their home countries.lawyers had filed a legal case in response to the order that includes a 90-day entry ban on citizens of seven muslim-majority nations.us district judge ann donnelly's ruling late on urday concerns dozens of people who were detained at us airports following trump's actions. the american civil liberties union (aclu), which had filed a cl action lawsuit against the ban, hailed the temporary stay of execution as a victory."this ruling preserves the status quo and ensures that people who have been granted permission to be in this country are not illegally removed off us soil," lee ge






trump’s executive order could block 500,000 legal u.s. residents from returning


when details leaked earlier this week about a spate of immigration-related executive orders from president donald trump, much public discussion focused on a 30-day ban on new visas for citizens from seven “terror-prone” countries. but the order signed this afternoon by trump is actually more severe, increasing the ban to 90 days. and its effects could…






us judge blocks trump's order to ban muslim travellers


a federal judge has blocked part of president donald trump's executive order on immigration, ruling that travellers who have already landed in the us with valid visas should not be sent back to their home countries.lawyers had filed a legal case in response to the order that includes a 90-day entry ban on citizens of seven muslim-majority nations.us district judge ann donnelly's ruling late on urday concerns dozens of people who were detained at us airports following trump's actions. the american civil liberties union (aclu), which had filed a cl -action lawsuit against the ban, hailed the temporary stay of execution as a victory.  "this ruling preserves the status quo and ensures that people who have been granted permission to be in this country are not illegally removed off us soil," lee






unknown number of u.s. permanent residents stuck overseas as a result of trump's


an undetermined number of longtime u.s. residents have been stranded overseas as a result of president trump's executive order temporarily blocking visas from seven countries in the middle east and north africa. all visa holders from those seven countries are now barred entry to the u.s., including lawful permanent residents, also known as green card holders, people with u.s. work visas and other types of visas, according to a senior u.s. immigration official. the official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations. some of the affected countries, such as yemen and libya, have relatively few nationals who are u.s. permanent residents or visa holders. but a large number of iranians have permanent residency in the u.s., as do smaller numbers from some of the other c






facebook coo sheryl sandberg criticizes trump over ‘global gag rule’ executive o


facebook coo sheryl sandberg criticized on thursday president donald trump’s executive order which reinstates the global gag rule, saying it could have “terrible consequences for women and families around the world.” what is the global gag rule the executive order reinstates the policy that limits funding for abortion education and procedures around the world, known as…






stanford university student detained at jfk airport for five hours after trump's


a stanford university graduate student who was on a flight from sudan to new york at the time president donald trump signed an immigration order was detained at jfk airport for five hours before being released urday morning, a college spokeswoman said.the sudanese student, who is studying anthropology at the university, is a legal u.s. resident and holds a green card. she’s not immediately returning to california, but the university has offered her support.“she may release a statement later, but right now she’s very tired,” said lisa lapin, a spokeswoman for stanford. the university isn’t currently releasing the student’s name.on friday, trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred all refugees from entering the united states for 120 days and blocks the acceptance of syrian refu






microsoft reaches out to its workers affected by immigration ban


microsoft president brad smith said the company had reached out to its employees from majority-muslim countries, but added there may be others with permanent-resident status who could be banned from re-entering the u.s. under the new policy.microsoft sought to re ure and offer legal istance urday to employees affected by president trump’s executive order temporarily blocking citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the u.s.trump’s order, signed friday, suspended entry of all refugees to the u.s. for 120 days, and barred syrian refugees indefinitely. it also halted, for 90 days, entry into the u.s. for citizens of iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen.in an email to employees urday afternoon, microsoft president and chief legal officer brad smith said the






stanford university student detained at jfk airport for five hours after trump's


a stanford university graduate student who was on a flight from sudan to new york at the time president donald trump signed an immigration order was detained at jfk airport for five hours before being released urday morning, a college spokeswoman said.the sudanese student, who is studying anthropology at the university, is a legal u.s. resident and holds a green card. she’s not immediately returning to california, but the university has offered her support.“she may release a statement later, but right now she’s very tired,” said lisa lapin, a spokeswoman for stanford. the university isn’t currently releasing the student’s name.on friday, trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred all refugees from entering the united states for 120 days and blocks the acceptance of syrian refu






a look at trump's executive order on refugees, immigration


washington — president donald trump signed an executive order friday making major changes to america's policies on refugees and immigration.a look at what trump ordered:___syriatrump's order directs the state department to stop issuing visas to syrian nationals and halts the processing of syrian refugees. that will remain in effect until trump determines that enough security changes have been made to ensure that would-be terrorists can't exploit weaknesses in the current vetting system.___refugeestrump ordered a four-month suspension of america's broader refugee program. the suspension is intended to provide time to review how refugees are vetted before they are allowed to resettle in the united states.trump's order also cuts the number of refugees the united states plans to accept this bu






microsoft reaches out to its workers affected by immigration ban


microsoft president brad smith said the company had reached out to its employees from majority-muslim countries, but added there may be others with permanent-resident status who could be banned from re-entering the u.s. under the new policy.microsoft sought to re ure and offer legal istance urday to employees affected by president trump’s executive order temporarily blocking citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the u.s.trump’s order, signed friday, suspended entry of all refugees to the u.s. for 120 days, and barred syrian refugees indefinitely. it also halted, for 90 days, entry into the u.s. for citizens of iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen. in an email to employees urday afternoon, microsoft president and chief legal officer brad smith said the






men held at jfk, migrants to u.s. grounded in cairo


new york - immigration lawyers sued on urday to block president donald trump’s order halting the entry of refugees and foreign nationals from seven predominantly muslim countries to the united states, saying numerous people have already been unlawfully detained.the lawyers from numerous immigration organizations and the american civil liberties union sued in federal court in brooklyn, new york, on behalf of two iraqi men, one a former u.s. government worker and the other the husband of a former u.s. security contractor.most popular nation storiesthe two men had visas to enter the united states but were detained on friday night at new york’s john f. kennedy international airport, hours after trump’s executive order put a four-month hold on allowing refugees into the united states and tempor






u.s. judge bars deportations under trump's travel ban


washington — a federal judge issued an emergency order urday night temporarily barring the u.s. from deporting people from nations subject to president donald trump's travel ban, saying travelers who had been detained had a strong argument that their legal rights had been violated.u.s. district judge ann donnelly in new york issued the emergency order after lawyers for the american civil liberties union filed a court petition on behalf of people from seven predominantly muslim nations who were detained at airports across the country as the ban took effect.the judge's order affected only a portion of trump's executive action. as the decision was announced, cheers broke out in crowds of demonstrators who had gathered at american airports and outside the brooklyn courthouse where the ruling w






protesters cheer and sing as detainees are released at airports across us


it has been a long, difficult day for many people trying to enter the u.s., some of whom were holding valid visas when their flights left the ground only to find themselves turned back at u.s. airports.donald trump’s vaguely-worded executive order banning nationals from sudan, syria and a number of other muslim countries set off chaos in our nation’s immigration system.however, when americans found out what was happening at our airports, m ive protests embled at airports around the country. now, after a federal judge issued an emergency stay to travelers t ped by trump’s immigration orders, many stranded travelers and weary refugees are being allowed to complete their journeys. here is a video roundup of some of the joyful scenes at airports across the country. cheers go up at o'hare as at






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 14 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 14 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






protesters gather at o'hare airport after immigrants detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 18 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 18 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






advocacy groups condemn u.s. suspension of refugee program


president donald trump’s order to temporarily suspend the u.s. refugee program and nationals from several majority-muslim countries, as well as to indefinitely ban the entry of syrian refugees, drew fierce condemnation from civil-rights organizations and leaders of faith-based groups charged with absorbing refugees.groups that support curbing immigration applauded the order, highlighting that it made good on the president’s paign...






u.s. judge bars deportations under trump's travel ban


washington — a federal judge issued an emergency order urday night temporarily barring the u.s. from deporting people from nations subject to president donald trump's travel ban, saying travelers who had been detained had a strong argument that their legal rights had been violated.u.s. district judge ann donnelly in new york issued the emergency order after lawyers for the american civil liberties union filed a court petition on behalf of people from seven predominantly muslim nations who were detained at airports across the country as the ban took effect.as the decision was announced, cheers broke out in crowds of demonstrators who had gathered at american airports and outside the brooklyn courthouse where the ruling was issued.the order barred u.s. border agents from removing anyone who






stanford university student detained at jfk airport for five hours after trump's


a stanford university graduate student who was on a flight from sudan to new york at the time president donald trump signed an immigration order was detained at jfk airport for five hours before being released urday morning, a college spokeswoman said.the sudanese student, who is studying anthropology at the university, is a legal u.s. resident and holds a green card. she’s not immediately returning to california, but the university has offered her support.“she may release a statement later, but right now she’s very tired,” said lisa lapin, a spokeswoman for stanford. the university isn’t currently releasing the student’s name.on friday, trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred all refugees from entering the united states for 120 days and blocks the acceptance of syrian refu






a closer look at trump's executive orders


if you thought president obama was slap-happy with the executive order, take a look at seth meyers’s closer look into trump’s early days in office.full story at youtube.more about politics. posted by josh urich






trump executive order could be used to deport green card holders


president donald trump’s crack down on immigration could result in the deportation of legal immigrants and lawful permanent residents, legal scholars say. trump signed two executive orders on immigration policy wednesday. one set the framework for construction of a wall along the southern border of the u.s. the other, titled “enhancing public safety in the interior…






federal judge stays deportations after trump's order barring refugees, migrants


president donald trump's sweeping executive order to suspend refugee arrivals and impose tough controls on travellers from seven countries was met with protests at u.s. airports. jerry mar , emma brown, katherine shaverthe washington posta federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted a request from the american civil liberties union to stop the deportations after determining that the risk of injury to those detained by being returned to their home countries necessitated the decision.minutes after the judge's ruling in new york, another e in v






amazon working on plan for staffers stranded overseas


amazon said urday that it was working on plans to ist u.s.-based employees and their immediate families stranded overseas due to a white house order that temporarily bars nationals from seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the u.s.amazon.com said urday it was working on plans to ist u.s.-based employees and their immediate families stranded overseas due to a white house order that temporarily bars nationals from seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the u.s.in an email to employees, amazon human resources vice president beth galetti said that it would communicate directly with staffers from iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen working under temporary employment visas or as u.s. permanent residents and are currently out of the country.president trump






wa governor blasts ‘train wreck’ immigration mess


the governor of washington lashed out at the trump administration on urday over the “train wreck” of a mess caused by trump’s sweeping executive orders banning immigration from some muslim countries and invalidating the visas of some legal residents, leaving them stranded in limbo at airports around the country.“these people couldn’t run a two-car funeral,” said gov. jay inslee (d) at a press conference at seattle-tacoma international airport on urday, according to the seattle times. “it is a train wreck. it can’t stand. we’re drawing the line here at sea-tac.”the executive order bans entry to the u.s. for all refugees for 120 days. syrian refugees are barred indefinitely and the order imposes a 90-day wait on travelers from iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen.inslee compare






at sea-tac, inslee and other officials denounce immigrant ban ‘train wreck’


“these people couldn’t run a two-car funeral,” gov. jay inslee said of the white house. “it is a train wreck. it can’t stand. we’re drawing the line here at sea-tac.” meanwhile, airport officials are trying to connect families there with lawyers who might help them.ibado ahmed was at seattle-tacoma international airport on urday morning to meet her husband, who was coming from somalia via vienna. his flight arrived as scheduled. but ahmed, a refugee who has lived in seattle 12 years according to family members, did not get to see her husband.federal customs agents detained him. port of seattle commissioner courtney gregoire said she tried to arrange for ahmed’s husband to meet with an attorney. “unfortunately, he was already on his way back to vienna,” gregoire said.president trump's execu






jordan’s king abdullah ii to visit washington on monday


washington—jordan’s king abdullah ii is scheduled to arrive in washington on monday and could mark the first arab leader to meet with president donald trump, just days after he signed an executive order that suspended the u.s. refugee program and blocked people from iraq, syria and several other muslim countries from entering the u.s.mr. trump’s executive order, signed friday night, is a version of a paign promise he made beginning in 2015, but it still caught many off guard in washington because its details weren’t...






google criticizes impact on staff of trump immigration order


google chief executive sundar pichai criticized president donald trump’s immigration order in an email to staff late friday, saying the u.s. ban on foreign nationals from seven countries affects at least 187 google employees.“we’re upset about the impact of this order and any proposals that could impose restrictions on googlers and their families, or that could create barriers to bringing great talent to the us,” mr. pichai said in...






former italy prime minister berlusconi faces trial on corruption charges


rome—just when silvio berlusoni hopes to run for office after being sidelined by a tax-fraud conviction, a milan judge has ordered him to be tried on corruption charges.the italian news agency ansa, reporting from milan, said judge carlo ottone de marchi set trial to begin april 5 in milan.milan daily corriere della sera says the former three-time premier is accused of having shelled out millions of euros, plus expensive...






syrian families bound for allentown turned back under trump order


read the full presidential executive order blocking refugees from coming to the u.s.the white houseoffice of the press secretaryfor immediate release                         january 27, 2017 executive order - - - - - - - protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states       by the authority vested in me as president by the constitution and laws of the...the white houseoffice of the press secretaryfor immediate release                         january 27, 2017 executive order - - - - - - - protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states       by the authority vested in me as president by the constitution and laws of the...