The court exempted grandparents, other family members and thousands of refugees from President Trump’s travel ban, now under Supreme Court review.
Delaying a decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program would buy the president some breathing room but displease nearly everyone else.
People who were turned back at airports in January are to get a letter from the government and a fair chance to reapply for entry.
As the Supreme Court prepared to hear the case, an appeals court considered who may be barred from entering in the meantime. The judges were more circumspect about refugees.
By LISA FRIEDMAN August 15, 2017 President Trump will sign an executive order on Tuesday to roll back standards that demanded the federal government account for climate change and sea-level rise when building new infrastructure, the White House confirmed....