The Opening Ceremonies were disrupted. Some are concerned the Closing Ceremonies might be targeted, too.
Hundreds of people have been killed in Eastern Ghouta in the past week as government forces bombard rebel positions.
The decision is a 'pretty dramatic reversal of precedent,' said one lawyer who has studied the issue.
The department scrambled to see if it could act on the devices after a shooting in Las Vegas, but that process has been mired in bureaucracy and legal debates.
Russia, which has veto power in the council, objected to the proposed terms.
Elaine Duke, who served as the department’s acting secretary for four months last year, was mostly sidelined after Kirstjen Nielsen took over at DHS in December.
State Department is looking into the legality of private financing after casino magnate Sheldon Adelson offered to fund part of the construction.
The measures target 56 entities involved in shipping and trade, part of a bid to prevent Pyongyang from evading previous sanctions.
Mueller was deployed near dangerous Mutter's Ridge.
Trump has proposed hiring veterans to serve as security guards at schools and arming 20 percent of teachers.
Negotiations are underway between the United States and its allies to address administration concerns about Iran.
The filing intensified legal pressure on the two former Trump campaign aides.
The operation early this month marked the biggest direct challenge to the U.S. military in eastern Syria since U.S. Special Operations forces began deploying there in 2015.
The issue erupted into the forefront last summer with tweets from President Trump.
The question of who has legal standing to seek residency has new urgency as the Trump administration cancels the temporary protected status program.