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U.S. President Donald J. Trump listens during a Department of Veterans Affairs announcement of a new program using video and software technology to provide medical care to veterans at The White House August 3, 2017 in Washington, DC.

Federal judge in Hawaii blocks Trump’s 3rd travel ban hours before it was going to take effect

A federal judge has granted a temporary restraining order against President Donald Trump's third travel ban, just hours before it was set to take effect.

Trump is reportedly talking about Supreme Court justices’ health issues, privately predicting he’ll be able to appoint 4

A major accomplishment of President Donald Trump's presidency has been the appointment of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.

What is gerrymandering? The Supreme Court heard oral arguments for a case that could overhaul American elections

The Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday for Gill v Whitford, a case on gerrymandering in Wisconsin that could have broad implications for future elections.

Neil Gorsuch gave a speech at the Trump International Hotel — and it sparked an uproar

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch sparked an uproar by speaking at an event in a Trump hotel, in which the president still holds a financial stake.

The Trump administration will drop the refugee cap to 45,000 — the lowest in decades

The Trump administration is reducing the amount of refugees resettled in the US to 45,000 for the 2018 fiscal year — it's the lowest level since 1980.

The Trump administration has reportedly been preparing new restrictions to replace the travel ban

The Trump administration has reportedly been drafting a new travel ban that would create restrictions tailored to roughly eight or nine countries.

A federal appeals court just dealt another blow to Trump’s travel ban

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a lower court's ruling on the scope of President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.

Supreme Court President criticises government’s failure to be clear on how Brexit will affect law

Lord Neuberger has said that judges might be forced to make the law after Brexit if the government is unclear on how courts should interpret EU legislation.

Asian-American students Harvard turned down are at the center of the next big fight over affirmative action

An anti-affirmative action group called Students for Fair Admissions filed a lawsuit against Harvard.

Supreme Court rules that the government’s employment tribunal fees are illegal

The Supreme Court has ruled that high employment tribunal fees are illegal in a victory for the trade union Unison.