Images of migrant children being tear-gassed at the San Ysidro border crossing provoked outrage.
The administration's extraordinary string of court defeats have come at the hands of judges across the country appointed by Republican as well as Democratic presidents.
A case cited in CNN's complaint against Trump points to an important precursor that holds clues about the viability of the First Amendment claim.
A federal judge in Montana said the administration failed to properly justify its decision allowing construction of the controversial 1,200-mile oil pipeline.
In 1898, Wong Kim Ark was a Chinese American cook at the center of a landmark but often forgotten Supreme Court decision that upheld birthright citizenship.
Newly released letters to Ireland's prime minister show the depth of hostility toward Trump in a country where U.S. presidents have always been welcome.
“Holy cow,” said Simpsonville Mayor Janice Curtis. “I think it’s wonderful news.”
The attorney general blames “judicial activism” for administration setbacks in the courts. But the record suggests otherwise.
It would be fair to call for “replacement” of federal judges who overstep their boundaries, he said.
A federal judge believes there's a plausible case that Ross acted with discriminatory intent when he added a citizenship question to the 2020 census. Ross has gone to the Supreme Court to avoid answering questions.