A court has kept a suspension of President Trump's order on refugees in place — for now.
A controversial immigration ban, feuds over inauguration crowd size, unfounded allegations of voter fraud and a Supreme Court nominee: highlights of Trump's first two weeks in office.
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Washington Post sports columnist Kevin Blackistone, conservative commentator Lenny McAllister and ESPN magazine writer Pablo Torre discuss whether sports and politics can be separated.
President Trump's stance on immigration isn't new to America's history. Boston Globe Magazine writer Neil Swidey says a group in Boston used these same tactics, even the same rhetoric, 100 years ago.
The U.S. government said it had stopped implementing President Trump's executive order on immigration and refugees after a federal judge temporarily blocked it.
A federal judge in Washington state granted a temporary block on enforcement of President Trump's immigration order that bans citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.
Ben Gaddis, president of Austin-based advertising company T3 made an Internet bot that shorts stock when President Donald Trump tweets negatively about a company.
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Judge James L. Robart is an appointee of President George W. Bush who also noted last year that "black lives matter."
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A judge in Washington state recently ruled to halt President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration. Washington Governor Jay Inslee talks about the judge's decision.
The White House made inaccurate assertions about the president's travel ban, the reshuffling of the National Security Council and even about a massacre — that never took place.
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After a stay issued Friday by a federal judge, several airlines said Saturday they would again resume service to passengers affected by the ban. President Trump decried the decision as "ridiculous."
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There's a well-worn tradition of new administrations blaming past presidents for their problems, but the Trump administration appears to be taking it to an extreme.
President Trump's firing of the acting attorney general reminded some of Nixon's sacking of a special prosecutor in 1973. Scott Simon speaks with Nixon's White House special counsel John Dean.
President Trump has nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Yale Law Professor Stephen Carter about his reputation and qualifications.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with analyst Karen Petrou of Federal Financial Analytics about President Trump's plans to cut back financial regulations created after the financial crisis.
Senate Democrats have vowed to resist President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen about party strategy and future legislative fights.
President Trump had several phone calls with foreign leaders this week. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with former Ambassador Thomas Pickering about how those calls are affecting U.S. foreign policy.
President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court, had Rex Tillerson confirmed for secretary of state and insulted Arnold Schwarzenegger in a busy political week.
Data overwhelmingly confirm that black people are involved in and are victims of police-involved killings at greater proportions than any other racial group in the country. But there's a new twist.
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What could "extreme vetting" mean in practice? For some who've helped form President Trump's refugee policies, it's not about stricter security screening. It's about something else.
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