Administration

Citing Court Order, Trump Administration Resumes Accepting DACA Renewal Applications

Days after a federal judge in California temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s efforts to pull the plug on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, the federal government said on Saturday that it would ― “until further notice” ― resume accepting renewal applications for the program. Yahoo News – Latest News & Headlines

Canada’s frustrating year dealing with the Trump administration, Why the West is culpable for untold suffering in Yemen, The new year calls for a pivot in anti-Islamic State strategy, President Trump’s National Security Strategy is devoid of direction

A roundup of global commentary for the Jan. 1, 2018-Jan. 8, 2018 weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

Trump’s elephant trophy reversal comes as a surprise to administration employees, interest groups

President Donald Trump’s move late Friday night to postpone a decision to allow the import of elephant hunting trophies from two African countries came as a surprise not only to interest groups, but also the US Fish and Wildlife Service employees who oversaw the proposed change in policy, a source with knowledge of the agency’s(…)

Exclusive: Trump administration concerned about U.S. firms giving financial ‘lifeline’ to Venezuela

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration is concerned about any action by U.S. companies that provides a financial lifeline to Venezuela’s government, senior White House officials told Reuters, after Goldman Sachs Group Inc came under fire for purchasing $ 2.8 billion of state oil company bonds at a steep discount. Reuters: Business News

The Trump Administration Is Asking the Supreme Court to Reinstate Its Travel Ban

(WASHINGTON) — The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to reinstate its ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries. The Justice Department filing to the high court late Thursday argues that the federal appeals court in Richmond, Virginia, made several mistakes in ruling against the Trump travel policy. The government says the nation(…)