The protests against Trump's travel ban could change how America designs airports
Monday, 20 March 2017 In late January, tens of thousands of Americans in over 80 airports protested Trump's first travel ban, which would have temporarily barred refugees and immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries. (Two federal judges blocked Trump's second iteration of the ban on March 15.)
President Donald Trump railed against a judge's order that blocked his immigration restrictions. He said the ruling made America "look weak," and even drew chants from supporters saying "lock her up!" when he attacked his former rival Hillary Clinton. The second version of Trump's travel ban, which...
Tech companies are rallying together again to fight against Trump's second travel band. Over 160 companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Snap, told a... Softpedia - TechnologyAlso reported by •DNA •SeattlePI.com
Attorney General Jeff Sessions, chief lawyer of the United States government, continued the Trump administration’s relentless attacks on the judicial branch,... Raw Story - USAlso reported by •Huffington Post