President Trump says his suspension of immigration from the Middle East does not amount to a "Muslim ban" — but some of his top advisers have a history of making anti-Muslim and anti-Islam comments.
Steve Inskeep talks to Jon Finer, former chief adviser to Secretary of State John Kerry, about the intent of the memo that raises concerns about Donald Trump's temporary visa and refugee ban.
Trump relieved Sally Yates, an appointee from the Obama administration serving temporarily, after she said the Justice Department should not defend his executive order on immigration and refugees.
Democratic leaders held a protest Monday over President Trump's executive order on immigration. That's about as much as they can do to stop it, but it's not enough for some Democratic base voters.
Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic Rep. Andre Carson of Indiana, who is Muslim, and who has condemned the order barring refugees and limiting visitors from seven predominately Muslim countries.
David Frum, conservative commentator and ex-speechwriter for President George W. Bush, has an article in The Atlantic on how a potential future under Trump unfolds, and how that path could be changed.
Money from the Veterans Choice Act, which was meant to improve medical staffing levels at VA health centers, has had little impact on hiring numbers and how quickly vets get access to medical care.
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President Trump's executive order on refugees left travelers stranded at airports worldwide. To some, the scenes evoked images of Jewish refugees during World War II. We investigate the parallels.
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The president replaced Sally Yates late Monday after she told Justice Department lawyers not to defend his executive order. The top federal prosecutor in suburban Virginia was elevated in her place.
Democrats held a rally outside the Supreme Court Monday night to protest President Trump's executive order on immigration. This was after many lawmakers joined protests at major airports this weekend.
Acting Attorney General Sally Yates has told lawyers she is not convinced President Trump's executive order restricting travel and immigration from many Muslim-majority countries is lawful.
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Kentucky has already enacted a bill that would prohibit labor unions from forcing non-union members to pay fees to the union. Lawmakers in Missouri and New Hampshire are debating similar bills.
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The White House argues little has changed when it comes to its National Security Council. But the elevation of chief strategist Steve Bannon to the Principals Committee represents a major departure.
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State Department employees are using the channel to register objection to the executive action temporarily blocking refugees and visas for citizens of seven mainly Muslim countries.
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Some people in Nashville's Kurdish community — the largest in the U.S. — are worried about Trump's executive order on immigration. Reports of green card holders being turned away overseas are causing panic among legal permanent residents.
President Trump's immigration order has caused political problems for one of the country's key allies in the battle against ISIS: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
President Donald Trump says this week he will announce his choice for the Supreme Court seat vacated by by the death of Antonin Scalia nearly one year ago.
Congressional Democrats planned a protest Monday evening in front of the Supreme Court against President Trump's order on immigration and refugees. Republicans have been mixed in their reaction to the executive action.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations filed suit against the Trump administration on Monday on behalf of 20 people affected by the new restrictions on travel to the U.S. Separately, protests continued around the country as opponents faulted what they called Trump's de facto Muslim ban. The White House rejected any religious dimension to the ban and cited the small number of people it has affected.
NPR's Ari Shapiro reconnects with Corine Dehabey, coordinator of Us Together, an organization that works to settle new refugees in Toledo, Ohio. They helped 131 Syrian refugees settle from October 2015 to November 2016. Following President Trump's executive order, we check back in with her about her concerns and worries for Syrians in Toledo, awaiting family members banned from the United States.