Judge Roger Gregory of the Fourth said the order was still the product of religious hostility, based in part on remarks Trump made on the campaign trail.

Plus, an 11-year-old starts a book club for young Black boys in St. Louis and a Hawaii and Maryland judge strikes down recent Muslim travel ban.

Officials allegedly asked, “Where did you get your name from?” and “Are you Muslim?”

Ibtihaj Muhammad claims that she was detained for no other reason that her last name and her hijab.


As usual, Trump responds—in all caps this time!—on Twitter to show he's mad.

Federal agencies say they will comply with order and restore visas, while President Trump whines about the ruling on Twitter.

The former president weighed in on the new administration and the power of resistance.

Sage Steele gets dragged after criticizing the protesters outside of LAX.

U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly issued an emergency stay temporarily halting the removal of travelers detained after POTUS issued an order to ban Muslim immigrants from entering the U.S.

Plus, Trump signs executive order banning Syrian and Muslim refugees from entering the U.S. and Georgia police chief apologizes for Black teen's lynching 76 years ago.

Twitter is running with The White House’s statement that Donald Trump’s proposed Muslim ban disqualifies him from the Presidential election. While we would love that to be true, it was more or less a figure of speech as he’ll still be able to seek the Republican party’s nomination during the primaries. In the meantime, enjoy […]