As the Trump administration continues efforts to keep \Americans safe, the DOJ takes the president’s travel policy back to the Supreme Court. The Department of Justice asked the nation’s highest court to allow officials to fully implement President Trump’s revised travel restrictions.
As the push to end illegal immigration continues, the Trump administration warns dozens of sanctuary cities to comply with federal agents or risk losing aid.
The Trump administration is set to make an unprecedented move, allowing seven states to enforce work requirements for Medicaid recipients. Arkansas, Arizona, Indiana, Maine, New Hampshire, Utah, and Wisconsin are expected to submit the waivers. Four of these states previously decided to grant Obamacare Medicaid expansion to low-income residents.
The Trump administration is placing new restrictions on U.S. business and travel to Cuba. The changes are expected to take full effect on Thursday. Americans will be prohibited from doing business with dozens of Cuban government-run hotels, shops, and other entities identified by the U.S. State Department.
The DHS revokes temporary immigration benefits to over 5,000 Nicaraguan nationals as it decides what to do with another 300,000 migrants living in the U.S. The migrants were previously allowed to stay in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, after hurricane Mitch hit Central America back in 1998.
The U.S. Forest Service urges the Trump administration to partially lift an Obama-era ban on new uranium mining in Arizona. In a new report, Forest Service officials argue a revision of the ban could enhance the country’s energy independence and economic growth.
The Trump administration releases a new batch of JFK files featuring an analysis on Martin Luther King Jr. shedding a negative light on the civil rights activist. The 20 page document released on Friday, ties the civil rights leader to various communist influences and financial misconduct.
Iran labels the U.S. as its “number one enemy, and threatens to continue its efforts to increase its defense capabilities. Iran’s supreme leader delivered the warning Thursday as Washington slaps new sanctions on the Middle Eastern nation over its nuclear missile activity.
In keeping with campaign promises, the Trump administration unveils a three part infrastructure plan. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and Office of Managment and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney announced a proposal Wednesday to invest $200 billion toward infrastructure over the next 10 years.