Judge Knocks Down Another Immigration Order, Tax Plan Guidelines, and More
A San Francisco judge used President Donald Trump’s own words to block an executive order that would cut federal money to so-called “sanctuary cities.”
This is the third time in two months that an order regarding Trump’s proposed immigration ban has been blocked by the courts.
U.S. District Judge William Orrick issued the temporary ruling as a result of two lawsuits brought against the administration by the city of San Francisco and the county of Santa Clara. The preliminary injunction against the sanctuary cities order will stay in place while the lawsuits work their way through court. Read the story from The AP.
Tax Plan Guidelines
Just ahead of his 100th day in office, the Trump administration is is vowing the “biggest tax cut” and “largest overhaul” in the history of the country. Read the story from NPR.
Hollywood Writers Strike
The members of the Writers Guild of America voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike that could begin as soon as next week. Here’s a look at what it could mean. Read the story from The AP.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The popular NASCAR racer announced that he’s retiring at the end of this season. Read the story from NPR.
Cassini went out of radio contact with Earth as it became the first spacecraft to enter the gap between Saturn and its rings. Read the story from The AP.
Remembering Jonathan Demme
Jonathan Demme, best-known for directing “The Silence of the Lambs” and “Philadelphia,” has died. He was 73. Read the story from The Atlantic.