A bill in the New York legislature would fine website operators for not removing online material deemed to be “inaccurate,” “irrelevant,” “inadequate,” or “excessive.” Three other bills already passed by the New York State Senate would also attack free speech.
Two federal judges have issued rulings blocking President Trump’s latest executive order banning foreign nationals from six countries identified as havens for terrorists.
During a speech to automobile company executives and workers in Michigan, President Trump promised to restore the federal government’s review of fuel efficiency standards.
A North Korean statement warned of “merciless” attacks if U.S. and South Korean forces engaged in joint exercises infringe on its sovereignty “even a bit.”
The ACLU staged a major event in Florida, during which Executive Director Anthony Romero kicked off the organization’s “People Power” protest and resistance project.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s statement disagreeing that carbon dioxide is the major cause of global warming prompted much criticism from the global-warming crowd.
DHS Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly said that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data shows a 40-percent drop in apprehensions of illegal immigrants from January to February.
Linwood Kaine, the son of Virginia senator and former Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine, was arrested outside the capitol grounds in St. Paul, Minnesota, on March 4, on suspicion of riot in the second degree.
North Korea reported that the nation’s launch of four missiles on March 6 was part of practice tests to hone its ability to strike U.S. military bases in Japan.
On March 6, President Trump signed an executive order “to protect the Nation from terrorist activities by foreign nationals admitted to the United States.”