US Senate Republicans vote against Donald Trump emergency declaration in stunning rebuke, setting up veto showdown
In a stunning rebuke, a dozen defecting Republicans joined Senate Democrats Thursday to block the national emergency that US President Donald Trump declared so he could build his border wall with Mexico. The rejection capped a week of confrontation with the White House as both parties in Congress strained to exert their power in new ways.
Marking start of Donald Trump's major policy shift, first group of migrants seeking asylum in US sent back to Mexico's Tijuana
The US policy, dubbed the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), will return non-Mexican migrants who cross the US southern border back to wait in Mexico while their asylum requests are processed in US immigration courts.
US briefly shuts San Ysidro border as migrants try to cross over from Mexico; tear gas used to disperse crowd
US officials briefly closed a border crossing in southern California on Sunday after hundreds of migrants, part of the "caravan" condemned by President Donald Trump, tried to breach a fence from the Mexican city of Tijuana, authorities announced.
Mexico will hold US-bound refugees while court process claims, says Donald Trump; Mexico City flip-flops on its stand
No formal agreement has been signed but US officials view the deal, which would see would-be refugees' cases heard by US courts in Mexico, as a potential breakthrough in deterring migration.
Daily Bulletin: VHP Dharma Sabha in Ayodhya; Sushma Swaraj declines invite to Kartarpur event; Modi to deliver 50th Mann Ki Baat; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Ayodhya on high alert ahead of VHP and Shiv Sena's ram mandir events; Actor politician Ambareesh passes away; Narendra Modi to deliver 50th episode of Mann ki Baat today; and more.
Isolated and furious, Donald Trump fires back at US Chief Justice John Roberts for saying there aren't any 'Obama judges or Trump judges'
“Donald Trump pardoned one turkey, the other one is co-operating with the Mueller probe”, goes a joke on Twitter summing up the jittery White House mood ahead of the big Thanksgiving holiday when turkeys are carved up across America’s dinner tables and Donald Trump hit another low by directly attacking US chief justice John Roberts who contradicted Trump saying there are no “Obama judges or Trump judges”.
In rare rebuke, US Chief Justice Roberts slams Donald Trump: 'No Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges'
US Chief Justice John Roberts is pushing back against President Donald Trump for his description of a judge who ruled against Trump's migrant asylum policy as an "Obama judge."
Donald Trump administration defends president's decision to revoke press pass of CNN reporter Jim Acosta
The Donald Trump administration on Wednesday defended in court its decision to suspend the press pass of CNN reporter Jim Acosta, arguing that no journalist has the first amendment right to enter the White House
Migrant caravan groups, which were Donald Trump's midterm election drumbeat, begin arriving at hardened US border
Migrants in a caravan of Central Americans scrambled to reach the U.S. border, catching rides on buses and trucks for hundreds of miles in the last leg of their journey Wednesday as the first sizable groups began arriving in the border city of Tijuana.
Donald Trump likely to oust US Homeland Security boss Kirstjen Nielsen; wants 'John Wayne' brand hardliner as replacement
Kirstjen Nielsen, the top immigration official in the Trump administration, is likely being booted out. “It’s no longer ‘if’, it’s ‘when’”, is the buzz at the White House which offered no comment on “personnel issues”. Trump has long understood to have had problems with Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen - a protege of Trump’s chief of staff John Kelly who has been the DHS Secretary’s champion from well before her appointment.
Donald Trump denies asylum for immigrants at US border who enter outside ports of entry: All you need to know
US president Donald Trump ordered Friday that anyone who enters the U.S. illegally from Mexico by going around official border crossings is ineligible for asylum.
Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Stung by midterm results, Donald Trump invokes extraordinary national security powers to limit asylum; says people must 'come in legally'
Caravan migrants arrive in Mexico City on way to US border as Donald Trump makes their journey central campaign issue
Thousands of Central American migrants traveling in a caravan arrived in the Mexican capital Monday and began to fill up a sports stadium, still hundreds of miles from their goal of reaching the US a day before midterm elections in which President Donald Trump has made their journey a central campaign issue.
As migrant caravan endures 'route of death' en route US, trekkers condemn organisers for broken promises of bus transport
The caravan's 'strength in numbers' strategy has enabled them to mobilise support as they move through Mexico to the US and has inspired subsequent migrants to try their luck via caravan. Mexico now faces the unprecedented situation of having three caravans stretched over 500 kilometres of highway in the states of Chiapas, Oaxaca and Veracruz, with a total of more than 6,000 migrants.
Donald Trump says US military could fire at migrant caravan on Mexico border if people begin pelting stones
Currently, an estimated 5,000-7,000 people from three Latin American countries — El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala — are marching towards the US through Mexico. Trump has deployed more than 5,000 military personnel on the southwestern border to stop them from entering.
Donald Trump says executive order on asylum seekers coming next week; suggests US troops could open fire if migrants fling stones
Trump announced that a "comprehensive" executive order (EO) is coming as early as next week that covers asylum seekers too. He did not mention what else may be included in the EO, although in interviews this week, he has threatened to bring an EO to end birthright citizenship for children of non-citizens.
Be very afraid: Donald Trump's closing message ahead of midterm election stokes fears of immigrant ‘invasion’ as White House hawks plan more skewering
With five days to go before America’s midterm elections, US president Donald Trump’s closing message is clear: Be very afraid, because illegal immigrants, according to Trump, are “invading” America, having babies on “this side of the border” and freeloading on the country’s bounties. The messaging is so loaded with violent imagery that even the booming economy or last week’s massacre at a synagogue come a far second. As far as Trump’s White House and his campaign is concerned, the midterms and the 2020 elections are a culture war whose time has come. If it was vicious in 2016, it’s not getting better.
US midterm elections: Donald Trump hardens stance against migrant caravan, says 15,000 troops will be sent to Mexico border
The numbers cited by Trump are significantly higher than defence officials have disclosed. The Pentagon said on Monday it was deploying more than 5,200 troops to the border but that the number would rise. On Wednesday, it said more than 7,000 troops would support the Department of Homeland Security along the border.
US midterm elections: Donald Trump escalates threats against migrant caravan; tweets 'this is an invasion of our country' as 5,200 US troops head to border
Eager to focus voters on immigration in the lead-up to the midterm elections, President Donald Trump on Monday escalated his threats against a migrant caravan trudging slowly toward the U.S. border as the Pentagon prepared to deploy thousands of U.S. troops to support the border patrol.