By comparison, Japan and Germany get off easy. The U.S. trade gap with Mexico, though, is smaller than the ones with Japan and Germany. Why does Mexico bear the brunt of Trump's wrath, while Germany and Japan usually get a pass?
The official said the administration plans to defend the order on its merit before a federal district court instead.
President Donald Trump said late on Friday he is considering issuing a new travel ban executive order, while a White House official said the administration did not plan to escalate a legal dispute over Trump's original travel ban order to the Supreme Court. Trump's original order banning entry to the United States by refugees and citizens of seven...
President Donald Trump is considering signing a new executive order on immigration and is not planning to escalate the dispute over an earlier travel ban to the U.S. Supreme Court, according to media reports late on Friday. MSNBC reported on Friday that a senior official said the Trump administration will not ask the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider the ruling...
In an earnings call this week, CoreCivic President/CEO Damon Hininger identified the possible opportunity to grow its detention business with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. CoreCivic's statement further indicates that private prison firms think they could profit from a Trump presidency, who has already issued executive orders aimed at...
Japan's tough stance on immigration, legal and illegal, has left many Japanese industries suffering from severe labor shortages.
A White House official said the new executive order could be a modified version of the one signed last month or a new version altogether. Priebus says the White House is "fighting out this case on the merits, which will be proven ultimately 100 percent correct and vindicated on the merits." A White House official says President Donald Trump has "full confidence" in...
U.S. District Federal Judge Leonie Brinkema holds a hearing on the temporary restraining order to block for seven days the removal of any green card holders being detained at Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Virginia.
The former Democratic presidential nominee reacts to court's immigration ruling on Twitter.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s resolution to complete Brexit negotiations within a two year timeframe could come back to haunt her.
NBC News' Edward Lawrence reports the latest news out of Washington including
Arun Pillai-Essex, political risk analyst for North America at Verisk Maplecroft, talks about Donald Trump’s first few weeks in the White House, with comment on immigration and China.
Jonathan Adler from Case Western Reserve University explains the legal process ahead now that President Trump has lost his appeal.
Reaz Jafri, global head of immigration at Withers Bergman, says the case is likely to go back to trial courts.
Stephen Vladeck, professor at the University of Texas School of Law, says the case is still in the early stages of litigation.
The president responded after a U.S. appeals court dealt him an unfavorable ruling on his executive order.
Alex Nowrasteh of the Cato Institute says President Trump is unlikely to back down from the travel ban.
The ban temporarily suspended the nation's refugee program and immigration from countries that have raised terrorism concerns.
The court has some options beyond a straightforward yes or no, NBC News reports.
Three judges will decide on Thursday whether to immediately reinstate President Donald Trump's travel ban.