The US Supreme Court has upheld Donald Trump's ban on travel from several mostly Muslim countries - rejecting a challenge that it discriminated against Muslims or exceeded the president's authority.
The terms of the executive order - which places travel restrictions on eight countries - can be active while challenges to it are processed
The restrictions have morphed from a travel ban imposed by Donald Trump on six majority-Muslim countries this year
The government had attempted to deny family members of Americans from six majority-Muslim countries exemption from the order
It is thought many Chaldean Catholics of Detroit voted for Donald Trump in the presidential election because he claimed Christian heritage would be protected
Judges have ruled that the refugee ban can be enforced, but a travel ban on grandparents of US citizens from six Muslim-majority countries has not been allowed
The ban will apply to those without a 'bona fide relationship' with another already in the US
Steve Scalise was shot by an unidentified man in Virginia and is a strong supporter of Donald Trump and many of his policies
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said the executive order was discriminatory and the President was overstepping his authority
The order would have allowed the Trump administration to withhold funding for cities which help immigrants to remain in the United States
Trump says he has achieved a lot and is victim of media bias
Karin Robinson, the former UK Vice Chair of Democrats abroad, says Mr Trump and his team 'have been explicit in their intent to block Muslims'
US District Judge Derrick Watson said the evidence the ban was a matter of national security was 'questionable'
Rights for the 2026 World Cup are currently up for grabs and America is the favourite to win, but Fifa president Gianni Infantino has warned that they may be discounted from the race
Jan Halper-Hayes, a representative from Republicans Overseas and member of the Trump Transition team, was discussing the latest travel ban and wiretap allegations made by the president in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer
Judges have upheld a decision made last week by Judge James Robart to suspend Donald Trump's travel ban
Neil Gorsuch called it "disheartening' that the President was attacking the judiciary branch of government
The President was quite active on Twitter last night, and some of his claims were provocative to say the least.
Yesterday a case was heard in the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals about Donald Trump's travel ban, three judges raised questions over the President's power to impose the ban
On Friday a man attacked soldiers with two machetes at Paris's Louvre Museum. The suspect is being detained in hospital having been shot during the incident
Donald Trump was reportedly not fully briefed on the executive order he signed which gave Steve Bannon a seat on the National Security Council
Donald Trump has likened US foreign policy to Russia’s, as well as sending many tweets against the judge who has temporarily blocked his travel ban
Federal Judge James Robart has ruled against Donald Trump's travel ban, meaning once banned travellers can now enter the country
JK Rowling has hit back at one of her former fans who claimed she burnt the Harry Potter books
Protesters against Donald Trump don't want him to build a wall along the Mexico border, yet the UK's plans for a similar boundary received almost no attention, says our presenter
Joe Walsh, now a popular conservative talkshow hosts, believes 'we're in for four years of protests and warfare'
George Galloway opened his show today with a moving monologue on Donald Trump's travel ban
Thousands of people took to the streets in the UK yesterday, protesting against Donald Trump’s travel ban and calling on the Government to cancel his state visit to the UK
Julia Hartley-Brewer has had a row on Twitter with Lily Allen over Donald Trump's state visit
Julia Hartley-Brewer had a heated debate with Labour MP Ben Bradshaw, over what exactly voting leave in the EU referendum meant
Dr. Brian Klaas, a fellow in Global Politics at the London School of Economics, said the new regime is already in total chaos
Donald Trump has banned travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries from America, a move that has sparked outrage
Whittle says Nigel Farage is free to say what he thinks and Muslim ban protesters are just 'hysterical' Trump haters
Donald Trump has once again taken to Twitter to discuss his travel ban, which has been criticised by many
Trump has banned those from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering America, he has also banned the entry of Syrian refugees and suspended the US Refugee Admissions Programme
Former Labour leader Ed Milliband and Zahawi have called for an emergency debate in Parliament on Donald Trump's travel ban