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OC refugee with cancer tells of 5-hour ordeal at LAX

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| An Iraqi refugee on her way back to Los Angeles, where her husband and children awaited, was stopped by federal agents. Then her five-hour ordeal began.

Trump's executive order on immigration, annotated

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The order, which temporarily bans travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, has prompted protests and legal action around the country. Here is the full text, annotated by NPR journalists.

LAX border agents asked detainees to sign away US residency, attorneys say

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Attorneys for people held under President Trump's immigration ban at LAX say border agents tried to get the detainees to abandon their legal residency status.

ACLU wins release of LAX detainees, but says others still held

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An unknown number of people still have not been released by border agents at LAX, attorneys say, as President Trump's immigration order is enforced.

Judge halts Trump immigration order after detentions at airports like LAX

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The federal court decision follows a petition filed by ACLU on behalf of people from seven predominantly Muslim nations detained at airports across the country, including LAX.

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Trump calls for new limits, tougher vetting procedures for immigrants

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President Donald Trump's executive order is aimed at screening out "radical Islamic terrorists" and temporarily limiting refugees, including those bound for California.

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President Donald J. Trump's Tweets, Annotated

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President Donald J. Trump tweets a lot. With tens of millions of followers on Twitter, Trump proposes policy, shares his latest actions and reacts to the news. But 140 characters rarely gives the full context. Here, NPR staff attempts to do just that for key tweets.

California officials push back after Trump's latest voter fraud claim

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In the wake of President Trump's call for an investigation into widespread voter fraud, California's Secretary of State called the statements "a flat-out lie."

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