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Iraqis and supporters rally outside the Theodore Levin United States Courthouse, Wednesday, June 21, 2017, in Detroit. A hearing began on a lawsuit that seeks to stop the government from deporting more than 100 Iraqi nationals who were recently rounded up. The American Civil Liberties Union filed the lawsuit in federal court in Detroit against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement seeking a temporary stay of deportations. The ACLU says possible deportations aren't expected at least until after the request is heard. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
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Judge suspends all Iraqi deportations in US for 2 weeks

In this May 15, 2017 file photo, protesters wave signs and chant during a demonstration against President Donald Trump's revised travel ban, outside a federal courthouse in Seattle. The Supreme Court is letting the Trump administration enforce its 90-day ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders that blocked it. The action Monday, June 26, 2017, is a victory for President Donald Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his young presidency. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
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Q&A: Murkiness follows Supreme Court’s action on travel ban

People visit the Supreme Court in Washington, Monday, June 26, 2017, as justices issued their final rulings for the term, in Washington. The high court is letting a limited version of the Trump administration ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries take effect, a victory for President Donald Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his young presidency. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
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Trump travel ban partly reinstated; fall court arguments set

The Supreme Court Building is shown in this, Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 file photo in Washington. A small church in a Phoenix suburb says its local government puts far stricter limits on its roadside signs advertising Sunday services than it places on politicians, real estate agents and other groups, and is asking the Supreme Court for relief. The justices are hearing arguments Monday in a case from Gilbert, Arizona, that raises First Amendment questions about how governments may regulate their citizens' speech. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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Supreme Court could reveal action on travel ban at any time

In this Saturday, April 15, 2017, photograph, the entrance to the GEO Group's immigrant detention facility is shown in Aurora, Colo. People once held in a privately run Colorado immigration detention center are challenging the system used to keep it clean and maintained, arguing it borders on slavery. They have won the right to sue GEO Group on behalf of an estimated 60,000 people held at its detention center near Denver over a decade. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
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Former immigration detainees challenge labor practices

In this Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016 file photo, Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl arrives for a pretrial hearing at Fort Bragg, N.C. Attorneys for Bergdahl said Saturday, March 5, 2016, they may seek a deposition from presidential contender Donald Trump or call him as a witness at a legal proceeding, saying they fear his comments could affect their client's right to a fair trial. (AP Photo/Ted Richardson, File)
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Bergdahl lawyers rip gov’t case, dispute most serious charge

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Poll: Courts are right in blocking Trump’s travel ban

In this Sept. 17, 2015, photo, Dr. Eloisa Tamez walks in her backyard where the border fence passes through her property, in San Benito, Texas in the Rio Grande Valley. Tamez refused to cede her three acres in San Benito for the building of the wall, land that had been in her family for generations. A federal judge ruled in the government's favor, and Tamez was compensated $56,000. With the looming prospect of a long and drawn-out fight over a proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall, government lawyers are taking new action to close the last cases against landowners over the existing border fence. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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As wall looms, US moves to settle border fence land cases

In this June 6, 2017, file photo, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. The Trump administration is formally revoking an Obama-era program intended to protect immigrant parents of U.S. citizens and legal residents from deportation. The Deferred Action for Parents of Americans program was announced by the Obama administration in 2014 but was blocked by a federal judge in Texas after 26 states challenged the program’s legality in federal court. Kelly formally revoked the policy memo that created the program, which mirrored an earlier effort to protect young immigrants in the country illegally from deportation on June 15. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
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Fate of program to protect young immigrants still undecided

Astevana Shaya, 28, of Sterling Heights, Mich., wears a Chaldeans Lives Matter T-shirt at the protest, Monday, June 12, 2017 in Sterling Heights, Mich. The arrests of dozens of Iraqi Christians in southeastern Michigan by U.S. immigration officials appear to be among the first roundups of people from Iraq who have long faced deportation, underscoring rising concerns in other immigrant communities. (Todd McInturf/Detroit News via AP) /Detroit News via AP)
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Hearing set on suit to stop deportation of Iraqi nationals

In this Feb. 7, 2017, file photo, Karen Shore holds up a sign outside of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, Calif. A ruling Monday, June 12, 2017, from a unanimous three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals deals the administration another legal defeat as the Supreme Court considers a separate case on the issue. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, file)
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Trump travel ban dealt another blow, faces high court next

Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin talks about a U.S. appeals court decision on President Donald Trump's revised travel ban Monday, June 12, 2017 in Honolulu. The decision by a unanimous three-judge panel of the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals helps keep the travel ban blocked and deals Trump a second big legal defeat on the policy in less than three weeks. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)
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Q&A: What’s next in the legal fight over the travel ban

Accused leaker Reality Winner leaves the U.S. District Courthouse in Augusta, Ga., following a bond hearing Thursday afternoon June 8, 2017. U.S. Magistrate Judge Brian Epps denied bond Thursday for 25-year-old Reality Winner. Prosecutor Jennifer Solari says investigators seized a notebook from Winner's house in Augusta, Georgia, and in it, Winner made references about traveling to the Middle East (Michael Holahan/The Augusta Chronicle via AP)
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No bond for woman accused of leaking top-secret documents

President Donald Trump speaks during the Ford's Theatre Annual Gala at the Ford's Theatre in Washington, Sunday, June 4, 2017. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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Trump assails Justice Dep’t court strategy on travel ban

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Bombing suspect’s attempted murder trial stays in Jersey

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Convicted jihadist with California ties loses US citizenship

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Mexican’s immigration status is in dispute over deportation

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Feds arrest suspected shooter of border agent Brian Terry

This undated file photo provided Wake County Sheriff's Office shows Basit Sheikh. A federal judge is checking Thursday, April 13, 2017, whether Sheikh, a mentally ill North Carolina man accused of trying to join al-Qaida-linked fighters in Syria, has improved after nearly a year of forced medication. (Wake County Sheriff's Office/The News & Observer via AP, File)
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US judge to check on man forcibly medicated in terror case

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Hawaii asks full court to hear Trump travel ban appeal

In this April 2, 2015 courtroom file sketch, defendants Noelle Velentzas, left and Asia Siddiqui, appear at federal court in New York after they were arrested for plotting to build a homemade bomb and wage jihad in New York City. By combing the web, attorneys for the two defendants say they have obtained a photograph and learned the real name of the undercover agent who helped nab the women by assumed a fake identity and going by the name "Mel." And recently the attorneys got a judge's approval for a plan to circulate her picture at area mosques to try to build a case that their clients were entrapped. (AP Photo/Jane Rosenberg, File)
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Who is ‘Mel’? US terror case may unmask New York police mole

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Trump administration: Travel ban is religiously neutral

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