Solicitor general Noel Francisco said in a court filing “time is of the essence” and asked the high court to rule on the case before its current term ends in June.
“It just shows everyone how broken and unfair our Court System is when the opposing side in a case (such as DACA) … almost always wins before being reversed by higher courts,” the Republican president wrote on Twitter.
The Court of Appeals also stated that its ruling would be put on hold until a decision on the latest version of the administration’s travel ban is passed by the Supreme Court.
Created by Trump’s predecessor, the DACA provides protection from deportation and work permits.
The ban proposes to make exceptions for the people from the targeted countries to apply for a visa for tourism, education or business purposes as well as also allowing any applicant to ask for an individual waiver.
The ban will now go fully into effect for people from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen seeking to enter the US.
Such a decision by US Supreme Court would allow, even encourage the International Finance Corporation – World Bank’s lending arm – to continue to act irresponsibly without worrying about consequences.
The Trump administration earlier this month terminated the payments, which help cover out-of-pocket medical expenses for low-income Americans.
Regardless of the Supreme Court’s final verdict, the false dichotomy between privacy and welfare must be expunged.
A memo from State Secretary Rex Tillerson was sent to all US diplomatic posts after a Hawaiin district court ruled to limit the scope of Trump’s travel ban.
Grandparents, aunts, uncles or grandchildren of US citizens from six Muslim-majority countries are not being allowed to enter the country.
The US Supreme Court said Trump’s blanket 90-day travel ban on six Muslim majority nations could proceed, but only for travellers with no “bona fide relationship” with an American person or entity.
The US Supreme Court is set to issue the final rulings of its current term including on Trump’s emergency request to revive his travel ban.
American citizens have long favoured information and government openness over secrecy. But the landscape is changing with heightened anti-leak and anti-press rhetoric.
Trump called out the Justice Department on submitting a ‘politically correct’ version of the ban, which he thinks needs to be toughened up.
The administration has filed two emergency applications to lift or stay the injunctions placed on Trump’s travel ban by federal district courts.
The Trump administration has argued that the travel ban is needed to prevent terrorism in the US.
Psychological and linguistic research has long shown that gender plays a significant role in interruptions. In groups of one or one-on-one conversations, women are disproportionately interrupted by both men and by women.
The 75 year old was executed for the murder of his girlfriend’s husband after being on death row for more than 30 years.
The court stated that those challenging the ban, including refugee groups and individuals, were likely to succeed on their claim that the order violates the US constitution’s bar against favouring one religion over another.
Outside the Seattle courtroom a group of protesters gathered carrying signs with slogans including, “The ban is still racist” and “No ban, no wall.”
The US Supreme Court rejected a Christian minister’s challenge against ‘gay conversion’ therapy ban, which aimed at turning youths away from homosexuality.
Neil Gorsuch has restored the SC’s conservative majority, allowing them to go begin the Trinity Lutheran case, which will test the limits of religious rights.
Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement would give Trump a further chance to shape the Supreme Court, after his first nominee Neil Grouch was sworn in this week.
US district judge Derrick Watson put an emergency stop to the new order in response to a lawsuit filed by the state of Hawaii, which argued that the order discriminated against Muslims in violation of the US constitution.
The actuarial team at Oliver Wyman prepared an infographic to “illustrate the historical patterns as well as the implications for future [US Supreme Court] appointees.”
Trump previously unveiled a list of 21 conservative jurists he would consider for the job and said this month he had whittled the list down to “probably three or four.”
Has society let go of the belief that disparate communities can be brought together for a common goal without one absorbing the other or both tearing each other apart?
Though I reject the slogan, merely demanding azadi will not be a crime unless one goes further and commits violence, or organises violence, or incites imminent violence.
Clinton’s advisers say they see little benefit in her going toe-to-toe with Trump over every personal accusation, generating sound bites that would dominate cable news broadcasts. Rather, they are happy for him to be embroiled in controversy while Clinton focuses on policy.
A Virginia school board may temporarily block a student who was born a girl from using the boys’ bathroom while a legal fight over transgender rights proceeds on appeal, the US Supreme Court said on Wednesday.
The battle over abortion rights is set to have crucial impact on the presidential elections as the public opinion is split over the matter.
The Republican-led Senate had been for long opposing Obama’s policy for giving recognition to the immigrants.
President Obama hailed the verdict upholding the consideration of race in college admissions.