Tag: travel

SCOTUS Upholds Trump’s Travel Ban

WASHINGTON, D.C. — It’s a major victory for national security and the Trump Administration. On Tuesday morning, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 opinion in the Donald Trump in Trump v. Hawaii “travel ban” case, siding with the President. The concerned President Trump‘s September executive Read More

How swanky spa, resort play into Menendez’s corruption allegations

NEWARK — A prosecutor’s line of questioning Monday afternoon in U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez’s ongoing federal corruption trial focused on the lavish amenities at a high-priced resort. The “number one” rated golf course in the Caribbean. Miles of sandy beaches Read More

#WINNING: SCOTUS Reinstates Bulk of Trump’s Controversial ‘Travel Ban’

The U.S. Supreme Court stepped in to put the 9th Circuit in its place on Monday morning, Save Jerseyans, permitting the Trump Administration to enforce most provisions of its reworked “travel ban” executive order. Citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Read More

GOP governor candidate: ISIS will ‘unleash hell’ if N.J. backs off Trump travel ban

TRENTON — A Republican candidate for governor warned Monday that ISIS would “unleash hell” if New Jersey enacts a bill blocking Port Authority police from enforcing President Donald Trump’s new travel ban on Muslim-majority nations. Steve Rogers, a 38-year veteran Read More

Experts Differ on Whether Trump’s New Travel Ban Makes America Safer

President Donald Trump sought to settle legal and political concerns Monday with his revised executive order pausing travel from six countries plagued by terrorism—and temporarily keeping out all refugees. While the order contains notable revisions—including removing restrictions on Iraq, a Read More

DENIED: 9th Circuit Rules Against Trump On Refugee Order

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined to overturn a district court order temporarily barring enforcement of key provisions of the president’s executive order on refugees late Thursday, raising the prospect of a dramatic appeal to the Supreme Court. Read More