Trump’s original order which he said was meant to head off attacks by Islamist militants, barred people from seven Muslim-majority countries and sparked worldwide protests.
The main schism in today’s free speech debates pits liberals, advocating unbridled speech as a tool of freedom, against radicals, who unmask unbridled speech as a tool of class privilege. But that rift tells only one story.
Born into slavery and self-taught, Greenfield forced white critics across the US to re-examine their assumptions about the abilities of African-American singers.
A Sudanese man among them said that they had been living and working in Delaware for the past two years. “Nobody cares about us” he told journalists.
Sidin Vadukut’s new book, based on a real case, fails to build a convincing world around its characters, leaving the reader discontented.
Activists called “A Day Without Immigrants” to highlight the importance of the foreign-born, who account for 13% of the US population.
Donald Trump’s executive order triggered chaos at some US and overseas airports, led to international protests, complaints from US businesses and drew more than a dozen legal challenges.
Canada, Australia and the US were the top providers of asylum to Rohingya Muslims who came to Bangladesh from Myanmar before Dhaka stopped the programme around 2012.
The network had irked the socialist government with various reports, including one alleging passports and visas were being sold illegally at Venezuela’s embassy in Iraq.
Barack Obama failed to execute an economic and military pivot to Asia. Will Donald Trump pick up the fumble and run with it?
While American creativity has persisted through the millennia, one group of prolific innovators has been largely ignored by history: black inventors born or forced into slavery.
The US Department of Treasury on Monday labelled El Aissami a drug “kingpin,” accusing him of facilitating shipments by air and sea and having links to drug gangs in Mexico and Colombia.
A watchdog panel asked the White House to explain reports why Trump dealt with a sensitive foreign policy issue in view of club guests.
Democrat Elijah Cummings said on Sunday that Miller’s characterisation of Conway’s remarks was incorrect.
US military officials say their aircraft have conducted around 30 air strikes in Helmand in the past week.
Speaking to a Washington audience on Friday,Husain Haqqani said that both the US and Pakistan needed to rethink their positions.
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Lopez Obrador’s folksy brand of leftist, Mexico-first rhetoric has put the former Mexico City mayor out front in opinion polls for the 2018 presidential election.
The interior ministry has offered 100,000 soles ($30,000) for information leading to former Peru President Alejandro Toledo’s capture.
Only five of 161 people arrested in Southern California would not have been enforcement priorities under the Obama administration, said a US official.
Trump might rewrite the original order to explicitly exclude green card holders, or permanent residents, said a congressional aide familiar with the matter.
Entire populations of ‘pets’ are being collected using academic publications targeting them, as soon as they are scientifically described.
Since ISIS presence in Afghanistan is still a secondary threat, Afghanistan should degrade Taliban’s terror structure before shifting the focus of the war.
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.
Several corporations, including Budweiser, used their Super Bowl ad slots to air videos that promoted inclusion and undermined Trump’s immigration policy.
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.
A slew of protests erupted across the country after details about an acrimonious phone call between Trump and Australian PM regarding refugee settlement emerged.
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.
A Muslim-dominated New Jersey neighbourhood is coming to terms with the shocking immigration imposition by the new US administration.
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.
A raid on al Qaida branch of Arabian Peninsula in Yemen during the weekend was ill prepared and could have caused more civilian deaths, reports say.
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.”
The largest slice in the foreign aid pie is still reserved for Bhutan, though it has dropped by one-third compared to the initial allocation for 2016-17.
Members of Iraq’s Yazidi community, who were scheduled to leave for the US, are now stranded in Iraq awaiting more news from the US.
Atta Mohammad Noor, governor of Balkh in northern Afghanistan, is in talks with President Ashraf Ghani to join the central government.
The French-Canadian gunman identified as Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, is a student at Université Laval and has been charged with six counts of murder.
The recently declassified report dated as early as March 1986 details CIA’s thorough analysis on possible repercussions of Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination.
Several countries including long-standing US allies like UK and Germany spoke out against Trump’s order calling the measure discriminatory and divisive.
Trump’s supporters have shrugged off concerns about botched execution, damage to foreign relations and legal challenges across the country.