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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.

Supporters of President Donald Trump talk about his first week in office — especially the executive orders he signed regarding immigration and refugees.

NPR's Kirk Siegler reports from Los Angeles International Airport where protesters have gathered to speak out against President Trump's immigration suspension.

Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter are among companies in the tech and travel sectors which had a strong and swift reaction to President Donald Trump's executive orders on refugees and immigration.

The temporary suspension of immigrants from Syria has left some refugees stuck in Lebanon, wondering what is next.

Writer Reza Aslan talks about Trump's executive actions affecting refugees. Aslan is an Iranian-American scholar of religious studies, best-selling author and host of the upcoming CNN series Believer.

David French, staff writer of the National Review, makes the case in his latest article that while the roll out of the executive order was flawed, the reaction is overblown.

Lee Gelernt of the American Civil Liberties Union gives a legal analysis of the immigration ban. He is an attorney who helped get a federal judge to temporarily halt President Trump's bans.

John Bellinger, legal adviser for the National Security Council during President George W. Bush's first term, discusses why the move to elevate Steve Bannon to a full member is unusual.

The latest news on how President Donald Trump's ban on refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries is being carried out nationwide.




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