WASHINGTON D.C.- President Donald Trump on Friday put a four-month hold on allowing refugees into the United States and temporarily barred visitors from Syria and some other Muslim-majority countries, saying the moves would help protect Americans from terrorist attacks.
NEW YORK-On Wednesday, Assistant U.S. Attorney Negar Tekeei told a federal jury in Manhattan that Mohammed El Gammal, 44, a "steadfast and enthusiastic supporter" of ISIS, urged jurors to convict an Arizona man who she alleged was instrumental in helping a New York college student travel to Syria, where he died fighting for ISIS.
NEW YORK-Debt nearly doubled under former President Barack Obama, who presided over it mushrooming from $10.6 trillion to $19.9 trillion by the time he left office last week. Donald Trump, having been in office for less than a week, saw the debt rise another $2 billion.
HELENA-More than 25 people testified at a Senate Judiciary Hearing Tuesday in favor of Senate Bill 97 banning the application of foreign law in state courts.
WASHINGTON D.C.-On Tuesday, Trump signed orders reviving the controversial Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, rolling back Obama’s executive actions to halt further construction on the pipeline.
MEMPHIS, TN- A basketball coach at the Pleasant View School at the Muslim Community Center in Memphis hopes to teach her students a life lesson after a confrontation with a referee on Sunday night before their game.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Islamophobic website WND reported in 2014 that John Guandolo, former FBI agent and reputed Islamophobe, “helped draft the...anti-Brotherhood bill,” The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) reported Tuesday.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday ordered construction of a U.S.-Mexican border wall and punishment for cities shielding illegal immigrants while mulling restoring a CIA secret detention program as he launched broad but divisive plans to reshape U.S. immigration and national security policy.