Originally published 04/18/2018
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a 1942 executive order that sent more than 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry to internment camps.
Originally published 09/26/2017
European elites sneer compulsively at Trump, but polls show that majorities of their citizens would support a similar ban on Muslim immigration into the European Union.
Originally published 07/23/2017
The decision to ban travel by U.S. citizens to a foreign country marks an unusual policy shift for the State Department, harking back to restrictions on travel not widely used since the Cold War era.
Originally published 06/27/2017
The law came out of the subcommittee of Sen. Pat McCarran (D-Nev.) in the 1950s.
Originally published 05/09/2017
In 1971, the Supreme Court decided that courts shouldn’t investigate the motivations of officials who closed public pools rather than integrate them.
Originally published 04/28/2017
They draw a parallel with believe the federal government’s targeting of Mormons in the 19th century.
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