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Immigration activists, including members of the DC Justice for Muslims Coalition, rally against the Trump administration's new ban against travelers from six Muslim-majority nations, outside of the US Customs and Border Protection headquarters in Washington.

Trump confirms he’ll expand the travel ban to 7 additional countries, including Sudan and Nigeria

The Trump administration is reportedly expanding his controversial travel ban to seven more countries on the 3-year anniversary of his original order.
TGI Fridays has made some major changes — including when it comes to mozzarella sticks.

TGI Fridays CEO says immigration reform is one of the biggest challenges in the restaurant industry

As the restaurant industry grapples with low unemployment rates, TGI Fridays' CEO is calling for immigration reform.
Even Meghan Markle must go through a lengthy application process to become a citizen of the UK.

Meghan Markle might have jeopardized her British citizenship application by returning to Canada

The Duchess of Sussex reportedly returned to Canada shortly after the couple announced their plans to "step back" from royal life.
Hooded vultures wait for scraps of meat at Bissau's main slaughter house on November 26, 2019. - Tens of thousands of Hooded Vultures flock to the city of Bissau to in search of food left behind in heaps of garbage or around market areas.

Vultures are taking over a Customs and Border Protection radio tower and disrupting communications by dropping too many feces

A CBP spokesperson described the 'terrifying and dangerous' environment created by the vultures that drop prey and feces from as high as 300 feet.

Malaysia’s passport fell to 13th spot on a global power ranking – here’s why it lost to countries like Singapore and Japan

Currently, the Malaysian passport grants holders visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 178 destinations worldwide.
Border Patrol agent Wesley Farris said in a PBS Frontline documentary that separating one two-year-old from his family was the breaking point for him.

A Border Patrol agent who separated migrant families says it was ‘the most horrible thing I’ve ever done’

A Border Patrol agent told PBS's "Frontline" that he had to separate a devastated two-year-old boy from his family and he refused to do it again.
The border crossing between Blaine, Washington, and White Rock, British Columbia, on November 8, 2001.

American border officials detained dozens of people with ties to Iran at the US-Canada border amid escalating tensions, civil-rights group says

CBP authorities denied reports but also said agents were "operating with an enhanced posture" because of the "current threat environment."

Trump’s biggest accomplishments and failures as president as he heads into a reelection year after impeachment

Trump will have to lean on his record as president while seeking to convince Americans he deserves a second term.
A resident on Oklahoma Avenue outside Brownsville, Texas mows the grass along the high steel border fence that's designed to thwart Mexican drug runners and illegal immigrant smugglers.

Texas landowners say Trump’s border wall will be built miles inland, leaving much of their property blocked behind barriers

One Texas resident said roughly 350 acres of his property will be trapped between the wall and the Rio Grande, and he'll have to use gates for access.
A photo the Claremont United Methodist Church shared on Facebook of its nativity scene.

A California church has sparked controversy with its nativity scene showing Joseph, Mary, and Jesus in cages

Some found the nativity scene's political overtones offensive, and made their opinions known online. Others found it moving.