Here's What to Expect When the Next Travel Ban Is Issued
Protestors rallied against Trump's executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority nations in New York's Times Square earlier this month. The White House says a revised order will be issued as early as next week. Andres Kudacki / Associated ...
Questions and answers regarding Trump's revised travel banNJ.com
A look at the legal path ahead for the Trump travel banABC News
White House gives plenty of ammunition to
With Trump Travel Ban Suspended, What Will Filmmakers From Targeted Countries Do For The Oscars? - ForwardForward
With Trump Travel Ban Suspended, What Will Filmmakers From Targeted Countries Do For The Oscars?
The 2017 film awards show circuit has been more politically charged than most, from Meryl Streep's speech criticizing President Trump for mocking a disabled reporter during his 2016 campaign to Julia Louis-Dreyfus' pointedly humorous imitation of Trump ...and more »
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Trump rejects DHS intelligence report on travel ban
Officials in President Trump's administration Friday downplayed an intelligence report by the Homeland Security Department that contradicts the White House's main arguement for implementing a travel ban on seven predominantly Muslim countries.
DHS memo contradicts threats cited by Trump's travel banUSA TODAY
DHS report casts doubt on need for Trump travel banWashington Post
DHS Draft Report Casts Doubt on Extra Threat From 'T
- DOJ has list of detainees under Trump travel ban
New York Post
The Justice Department has complied with a Brooklyn judge's order to compile a list of 746 names of people who'd been detained at airports last month during the chaotic travel-ban rollout, but immigration advocates complained in court Friday that it's ...
Weeks later, still no sign of a new travel order
Just two weeks ago, President Donald Trump was a man in a hurry — itching to move forward with a revised version of his travel ban executive order because, he said, the security of the nation depended on it. But there's still no sign of it. Story ...
Here's everything we know about Trump's upcoming travel ban orderBusiness Insider
Michael Dorf: The Flaw at the Core of Trump's Travel BanNewsweek
White House gives plenty of
- New York Times
US List of Those Detained for Trump's Travel Ban Is Called Incomplete
New York Times
Muneer I. Ahmad, a lawyer representing people who were detained last month as a result of a travel ban ordered by President Trump, outside the Federal District Court in Brooklyn on Friday. Credit Eduardo Munoz/Reuters. A month after President Trump's ...
The government now says 746 people were held due to the travel ban. Here's why that number keeps changing.Washington Post
More than 700 for
- USA TODAY
DHS memo contradicts threats cited by Trump's travel ban
Refugees seeking asylum in the USA from the seven countries listed under President Trump's controversial travel ban do not pose a significant terrorism threat to the United States, according to an internal Department of Homeland Security memo.
DHS intelligence report disputes threat posed by 7 travel ban nationsChicago Tribune
DHS report casts doubt on need for Trump travel banWashington Post
Homeland Security intel re
How much is President Trump's travel actually costing American taxpayers?
A 9NEWS project to make sure what you've heard is true, accurate, justified. Want us to verify something for you? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. THE QUESTION It's all over the Internet. President Donald Trump is on track to spend more American taxpayer ...
Travel agency loses business due to Trump's travel order - Story ...
Saeed Hassan worries his travel agency could go under. After President Trump's recent executive order restricting travel from seven predominantly Muslim ...and more »
Travel agency loses business due to Trump's travel order
"All these people had one question: if they're going, will they come back?" said Hassan, owner of Dawn Travels. After President Trump's recent executive order restricting travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries, Hassan is trying to keep his ...and more »
Terrorism and Trump's Travel Ban
Stephen Miller, a senior White House policy adviser, claimed that 72 people from the seven countries covered by President Donald Trump's 90-day travel ban “have been implicated in terroristic activity in the United States” since the 9/11 attacks. That ...
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- Daily Kos
Conservatives believe Trump's travel expenses are a conspiracy against Trump
Donald Ely, 83, a Pennsylvania Republican Party official, had heard the stories of Trump's travel expenses. But he wasn't sure he could trust them. “I resented Obama going to all these places overseas, particularly because his agenda was anti-American ...
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Pacific Ocean iron particles can travel thousands of miles, study finds
Can a better understanding of iron particles that are carried vast distances across the Pacific Ocean help scientists predict how our oceans can reduce carbon emissions? A new study by researchers at Texas A&M, Rutgers University, the University of ...
- Chicago Tribune
DHS intelligence report disputes threat posed by 7 travel ban nations
In this June 5, 2015 file photo, a view of the Homeland Security Department headquarters in Washington. Analysts at the Homeland Security Department's intelligence arm found insufficient evidence that citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries ...
Homeland Security intel report disputes threat posed by travel ban nationsPolitico
CNN: White House wants intel report to back up travel ban | TheHi
- Mason City Globe Gazette
Weather: 'Travel not advised' on several North Iowa highways
Mason City Globe Gazette
Haedyn Deroos, front, and her brother, Cooper, of Mason City, speed down the sledding hill in East Park Friday after a winter storm dumped fresh snow onto North Iowa overnight. Snow 2. Buy Now · CHRIS ZOELLER, The Globe Gazette. Victor Calhoun and ...
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- Visitors on the NYC Slavery and the Underground Railroad Tour.
- A tour in Lower Manhattan on a cold winter day is a somber and empowering course in the history of slavery — and the fight against it.
- A stop on the NYC Slavery and the Underground Railroad Tour.
- The intersection of Water and Wall Streets was once home to New York City’s first slave market.
- There are only traces of Underground Railroad history at Prospect Bluff and Fort Mose. But their stories are impossible to forget.
- Escaped slaves and Native Americans created a thriving community in the Florida Panhandle, but hundreds were killed when U.S. forces attacked it in 1816. Here’s their story.
- Slaves fleeing the American South established new lives in Canada. Three noteworthy museums tell of their struggles and triumphs.
- As fugitive slaves made their way to freedom in Canada, they stopped in Detroit, where visits to churches today illuminate the hardships they endured.
- The Heinz History Center and the F. Julius LeMoyne House document Pittsburgh’s role in the Underground Railroad, but some sites, sadly, are gone.
- John Parker, a former slave, was a daring conductor on the Underground Railroad. His home in Ripley, Ohio, helps to tell his story.
The government now says 746 people were held due to the travel ban. Here's why that number keeps changing. - Washington PostWashington Post
The government now says 746 people were held due to the travel ban. Here's why that number keeps changing.
The Monday after the tumultuous roll-out of his travel ban, President Trump took to Twitter to declare, “Only 109 people out of 325,000 were detained and held for questioning.” The figure — even then — seemed to seriously understate the impact of the ...
More than 700 foreigners held over first weekend of travel banCNN
- Chicago Tribune
Travel etiquette: Armrests, reclining seats, snoring and more
Jacy Reese was just being polite when he offered to switch airline seats with a mother and her young son on a recent flight from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Toronto. But as the old saying goes, no good deed goes unpunished. "I had preordered a vegan entree ...and more »
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Here's everything we know about Trump's upcoming travel ban order
9th circuit court travel ban Karen Shore holds up a sign outside of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017. Associated Press/Jeff Chiu. WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's travel ban has been frozen by the ...
White House gives plenty of ammunition to travel ban's opponentsWashington Post (blog)
A look at the legal path ahead for the Trump
Visit TRAPPIST-1e! NASA Travel Poster Advertises Exoplanet Discovery
Visit TRAPPIST-1e! NASA released this exoplanet travel poster to commemorate the discovery of seven Earth-size planets, three of them in the habitable zone, around the star TRAPPIST-1 39 light-years from Earth. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech. If you're ...and more »
- Valencia received a record 95,106 British visitors in 2016, 19.9 per cent more than in 2015 and, with new direct flights from London Luton, Birmingham, Glasgow and Edinburgh being launched in the next few months, that figure is expected to grow further this year.
- Travelport has announced a new multi-year agreement with Astra Travel, the first dedicated travel management company in Egypt. Established in 1990, Astra Travel provides integrated travel services as well as event management services to large local and international firms.
- Malaysia Airlines has become the first Malaysian carrier to receive the International Air Transport Association Fast Travel Green certificate in recognition of the airline’s efforts in making passengers’ travel more flexible and convenient via its self-service facilities.
- The 10 Most Innovative Companies In Travel 2017
The past year in travel has been marked by consolidation: Marriott created the world's largest hotel company with its acquisition of Starwood Hotels; Paris-based AccorHotels took over the luxury portfolio of Fairmont, Raffles, and Swissôtel; and China ...
- Simon Thomas, head concierge at The Lanesborough in London, will be appointed International president of Les Clefs d’Or on in March 2017. The ceremony will be held at the Union Internationale des Concierges d’Hôtels Les Clefs d’Or in Berlin.
- Heathrow welcomed a record 75.7 million passengers in 2016, up one per cent on the previous year. Passenger charges fell by one per cent at the UK’s largest airport, as Heathrow retained its position as Europe’s best hub for the third year running.
- airBaltic will launch a direct service between Riga and Abu Dhabi on October 29th, 2017. The Latvian airlines will operate the Riga-Abu Dhabi route four times weekly with a long-range Bombardier CS300 aircraft.
- Amadeus IT Group has reported adjusted profit of €911 million for the full year of 2016, which represents growth of 21.2 per cent compared to 2015. This growth was supported by an increase of 14.3 per cent in revenue, to €4,473 million, and 16 per cent in EBITDA to €1,700 million.
- International Airlines Group has reported pre-tax profits of €2.5 billion before exceptional items for the year to December 31st, 2016. The figure is up 32.7 per cent on that of 2015.
- bmi regional has announced it will be launching a new service between City of Derry Airport and London Stansted Airport from May 2nd. The route, which is a public service obligation, or PSO, has previously only been operated on a daily basis.
- Antler has designed a range of functional, stylish cases for spring and summer 2017. With a plethora of features, each case defines its own benefits for both long and short haul travel; each a desired possession, to have and to hold all summer through; and with a ten year global guarantee, a further ten summers to follow.
- The new basic economy class seats are expected to be in many cases the same price as the existing standard economy fare.
- The Commercial Appeal
Ban on travel to Tennessee affecting U of M events
The Commercial Appeal
A ban on California state-sponsored travel to Tennessee is stopping students and professors from the Golden State from attending a national conference held at the University of Memphis in April. The University of California-Davis confirmed six students ...and more »
Get paid to travel Europe for 6 months
Instead of spending your days killing time by the water cooler between meetings, you could be exploring the waterways of Venice or the ruins of Rome. Travel company Busabout is seeking two individuals – a brand ambassador and video producer – to travel ...
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- A restaurant in Woodside, Queens, trades in the keyed-up spicing of the Himalayas.
- Local travel briefs
Local travel briefs — SHORT TRIPS: Mount Vernon Parks and Recreation offers travel opportunities for ages 8 and older (adult supervision required for ages 17 and younger). Trips depart from and return to Hillcrest Park, 1717 S. 13th St., Mount Vernon.
- Qantas today reported an underlying profit before tax of $852 million and a statutory profit before tax of $715 million for the six months ended December 31st, 2016. The underlying result was down 7.5 per cent compared with the prior corresponding period, but above the guidance range provided in October last year.
- TAP Portugal has announced the launch of a new destination in Africa. As of July 17th, TAP will fly via its hub in Lisbon to Abidjan, in Ivory Coast, taking the airline’s network to a total of 15 destinations in ten African countries.
- Emirates will launch a series of new cabin products and enhancements in 2017 for both its A380 and Boeing 777 fleet. The multi-million dollar cabin interiors upgrade programme includes an enhanced on-board Lounge for its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft.
- Boeing and Korean Air today celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first 787-9 Dreamliner. The Seoul-based carrier will be the first Korean carrier to operate the 787-9 Dreamliner in the country.
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