- Hours before President Trump’s second attempt to ban travel from parts of the Muslim world was to take effect, a federal judge in Hawaii froze it.
- “This ruling makes us look weak,” Mr. Trump said at a rally in Nashville. “We’re going to take our case as far as it needs to go.”
- The president would send billions to the southern border and the Pentagon while cutting funds for foreign aid and the environment.
- It is Mr. Trump’s first real effort to translate his broad but vague campaign themes into the black and white of spending priorities.
Some of the budget losers may be some of the very constituencies that have been most supportive of the new president.
Voters turned out in record numbers, and rewarded right and center-right parties that had co-opted parts of Geert Wilders’s message.
As the president spoke in Nashville, House Speaker Paul Ryan conceded that his overhaul bill would need to be refined.
Representative Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said he had seen no evidence to support President Trump’s claim that President Obama wiretapped him.
In an appearance before auto executives and workers in a former assembly plant near Detroit, Mr. Trump said he would reopen a review of federal mileage rules as part of a larger emphasis on cutting corporate regulations.
The move will increase the upward pressure on interest rates that consumers pay, but the immediate effect is likely to be modest.
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Federal prosecutors announced charges against four men, including two Russian intelligence agents, for their roles in the 2014 theft of 500 million Yahoo accounts, one of the largest known data breaches.
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The American team said that it would sit out the first prime-time game of this year’s women’s world championship, contending that USA Hockey does not pay them a living wage.
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