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A Singapore teenager seeking to stay in the U.S. made his first appearance Monday in a Chicago immigration court.
"This executive order is one we do not support," CEO Jeff Bezos said in an email.
Got an unsolicited call that asks "Can you hear me now?" It may be a robocall scammer who wants to steal your identity and money. NBCNews reports.
Senator Jeff Merkley vows to filibuster Trump's Supreme Court nominee. Vox reports.
"I had literally at least two or three dozen people contact me over the weekend asking me if they should just go back home," said Vivek Wadhwa.
Lockheed can slash costs of the F-35 in the latest batch order by about $600 million through cost savings up and down the supply chain.
Mylan has been under fire since last summer over the rising price of its anti-allergy auto-injector EpiPen device.
It could be because AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile need something from the Trump Administration, Recode reports.
Citizen engagement "is exactly what we expect to see when American values are at stake," a spokesman for Obama said in a statement.
After President Trump's ill-received travel ban sparked protests across the country, many companies have fired back in support of those affected by the travel restrictions.
Dropbox CEO Drew Houston says his company can chart its own course to an IPO, now that it's generating cash and $1 billion in annual sales.
The boycott spans US restaurants, coffeeshops, stores and products, Buzzfeed reports.
President Trump's immigration action jeopardizes $20 billion worth of Boeing sales to Iran and Iraq, according to an aerospace analyst.
The head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and DNI should attend all Situation Room meetings, Michael McFaul says.
The Cleveland Clinic has held a fundraiser at Trump's Mar-A-Lago resort every year since 2011.
Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer called the ban "appalling," adding that it hurts innocent people, NBC News reports.
On Sunday, multiple outlets reported that the Trump administration was discussing a requirement for all foreign visitors to share their social media and web activity with customs officials, or be denied entry if they refuse.
"I have heard from many of you, and share your concern over the recent executive order," Intel CEO Brian Krzanich reportedly told employees.
The uproar over the president's travel ban is making markets anxious, with traders worried the policy will divide Republicans.
Sears shares tumbled 14 percent on Monday, piling onto declines over the past few trading sessions.
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