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Department of Justice Appeals Blocking of US Travel Ban

Department of Justice Appeals Blocking of US Travel Ban

Washington challenges a legal order that temporarily halted Donald Trump's Travel ban on citizens from seven countries. The US justice department has appealed a temporary block of Donald Trump's immigration ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, as the US president unleashed fiery statements towards the judge who stopped implementation of the order.

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State Dept. Reverses Visa Revocations under Trump’s Executive Order, Allows Banned Travelers to Enter U.S.

State Dept. Reverses Visa Revocations under Trump’s Executive Order, Allows Banned Travelers to Enter U.S.

The State Department says previously banned travelers will be allowed to enter the United States after a federal judge in Washington state on Friday temporarily blocked enforcement of President Trump’s controversial immigration ban.

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With A Stroke Of The Pen, Donald Trump Will Wave Goodbye To Dodd Frank Act

With A Stroke Of The Pen, Donald Trump Will Wave Goodbye To Dodd Frank Act

Days ago, President Donald Trump vowed to do a "big number on Dodd Frank," the sweeping banking legislation put in place by the administration of President Barack Obama in response to the 2008 financial crisis. Trump called Dodd Frank "a disaster" that has impeded growth by making it harder for banks to lend to consumers and small businesses. Still in his second week in office, Trump is making good on his statement.

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Apple, Facebook, Google Unite Over Trump Immigration Ban

Apple, Facebook, Google Unite Over Trump Immigration Ban

It’s been just six days since President Donald Trump issued his executive order that includes a temporary ban on immigration and refugees entering the U.S. from seven majority-Muslim countries. And in less than a week, the president has heard more than an earful from millions of people around the world who oppose his decision.

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