Conway remained adamant and went on to promote Ivanka’s products on an interview, saying “Go buy Ivanka’s stuff. I’m going to go get some myself today.”
In its ruling, the judges said the government had failed to show that any person from the seven Muslim-majority countries had planned a terrorist attack in the US.
The US company is keen to switch F-16 production to India, as long as the Indian government agrees to order hundreds of the planes, but concedes it needs to get the Trump administration on board first.
The vicious cycle of corporate investments in the Indian media plays a major part in stifling the press.
Two judges, at a hearing on the ban, have pushed the government to explain what would happen if Trump decides to ban all Muslims from entering the US.
A new report by US-based experts has called for the Trump administration to take a tougher stand against Pakistan to urge it to turn its back on terrorist groups.
Democrats and civil rights and immigration groups have voiced alarm about Sessions, who won by a 52-47 vote largely along party lines.
The US and other western countries have in the past used their strength to threaten nations into ‘falling in line’.
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is powerful with control over large stakes in Iran’s economy and also has influence over its political system.
Only two Republican Senators and two independents supported the Democrats in their opposition to DeVos’ nomination for education secretary.
Trump has angered Mexicans by demanding Mexico pays for the construction of a wall on the Mexico-US border as well threatening to end a bilateral trade deal.
May, who is also under pressure from some of her lawmakers over her strategy for Brexit, has stuck to her commitment to a state visit for Trump this year.
A Fox News presenter called Russian President Putin a ‘killer’ in a segment interviewing the US President, prompting the Kremlin to ask for an apology.
Between April 2016 and January 2017, 1,280 asylum seekers entered irregularly into Quebec, triple the previous year’s total.
Israel’s attorney general has said it is unconstitutional and that he will not defend it at the Supreme Court.
House of Commons Speaker John Bercow said that addressing parliament is not an ‘automatic right’ but an ‘earned honour’.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says, “No president or administration is more powerful than our laws and our constitution.”
Religious radicalism is an offspring of deprivation, alienation and despair by people who find options for improving their lives increasingly difficult to come by.
US tech firms have been among the more vocal sectors speaking out against the policy, with many of its staff made up of foreign-born nationals.
There is an overwhelming consensus that voter fraud is rare in the US, but Trump has repeatedly said he thinks perhaps millions of votes were fraudulent.
The centre-right candidate’s camp has called the fake work scandal a left-wing conspiracy, declaring, “Enough is enough”.
Several corporations, including Budweiser, used their Super Bowl ad slots to air videos that promoted inclusion and undermined Trump’s immigration policy.
It is unusual for a sitting president to attack a member of the judiciary, which the US constitution designates as a check on the power of the executive branch and Congress.
The inspector general of Homeland Security has directed that all documents related to the Muslim ban be preserved for an investigation looking into its implementation.
The Justice Department has filed an appeal against a judge’s order lifting Trump’s travel ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries.
The move would bring no benefit but damage Sino-US ties instead, a senior Chinese official in charge of Tibet affairs was quoted by a state-run newspaper.
Japan hopes US defence secretary Jim Mattis’ visit would lead to deeper security ties between the two nations in the wake of North Korea’s nuclear provocations.
In 40 cities across India, a global campaign that protests violence against women will take place for the fifth year running.
A slew of protests erupted across the country after details about an acrimonious phone call between Trump and Australian PM regarding refugee settlement emerged.
If the recently acquired extended employment authorisation for dependents is overturned – which appears increasingly likely under the Trump administration – it will push many people several years behind.
Earlier reports, citing a government attorney at a federal court hearing, put the figure at more than 100,000 visas.
The US president’s order had wreaked havoc at US airports last weekend with travellers being turned back, protests being held and legal objections being filed.
The US military withdrew a ten-year-old video it posted on Friday to prove that the recent Yemen raid on al Qaida was a success.
Security sources in Cairo identified the man as Abdullah Reda al-Hamamy who was born in Dakahlia, a province northeast of Cairo.
A Muslim-dominated New Jersey neighbourhood is coming to terms with the shocking immigration imposition by the new US administration.
In conversation with Karan Mahajan on writing contemporary novels, memory, political correctness and a post-Trump US.
The proposed revamp would rename the multi-agency ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ (CVE) task force to possibly ‘Countering Islamic Extremism’ and eliminate initiatives aimed at other violent hate groups in the US.
In a message to staff today, Reuters editor-in-chief Steve Adler wrote about covering President Trump the Reuters way.
US President Donald Trump is poised to impose new sanctions on Iran to counter what he sees as it’s destabilising behaviour.
A delegation of Indian IT industry body Nasscom will be visiting Washington in the last week of February to lobby against changes to visa regulations that could hurt the country’s $150 billion industry.