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Trump’s national security adviser says ISIS bride Hoda Muthana has to provide proof of her alleged American citizenship if she wants to come bac...
The White House national security adviser weighed in on the controversy surrounding the New Jersey-born ISIS bride on "Face the Nation" on Sunday.
American ISIS bride’s father files lawsuit to have the US recognize her as a citizen and return her to the country immediately
The Trump administration claims that Hoda Muthana is not a citizen, despite the fact that she was born in New Jersey and held a US passport.
The American ISIS bride fighting to return to the US has an 18-month-old son whose life is also in limbo as the Trump administration refutes the New J...
Hassan Shibly, the lawyer for American ISIS bride Hoda Muthana, spoke to INSIDER on Thursday about what the future holds for her young son.
Unlike what President Trump said, the US is not the only country in the world that recognizes birthright citizenship, though it is in the minority.
Paul Ryan rejects Trump plan to end birthright citizenship with executive order: ‘You obviously cannot do that’
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday rejected President Donald Trump's plan to end birthright citizenship via an executive order.
Trump has ‘zero authority’ to end birthright citizenship, and this is a ‘Hail Mary’ a week before the midterms, legal experts ...
President Donald Trump has "zero authority" to end birthright citizenship by himself, legal experts say.
The new conservative Supreme Court justices take a strict read of the Constitution, and that is unlikely to play well for the planned executive order.
The 14th Amendment of the US Constitution, and a 1952 act of Congress, say that people born in the US and subject to its jurisdiction are citizens.
Trump plans executive order to stop granting citizenship to children born in the US to noncitizen parents
President Donald Trump aims to sign an executive order to stop granting citizenship to children born in the US to noncitizen parents.