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Justice Department appeals ruling on travel ban

Officials cited the ‘‘sovereign prerogative’’ of a president to admit or exclude aliens.

Attorney General Maura Healey’s advisory came as several school departments have sought to reassure their communities that protections remain in place for immigrant and transgender students.

Healey advises schools to educate students regardless of immigration status

The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education plans to distribute the three-page advisory this week to all educational agencies.

From right: Sara Mohamed, Nawal Abdullahi, and Naima Abdullahi, were among those at an event in Jamaica Plain to discuss President Trump’s immigration policies.

Teens speak out against Trump’s immigration policies

The event at First Baptist Church included musical performances, skits about the immigrant experience, and stories from teens that are immigrants or the children of immigrants.

Trump’s former Miss Massachusetts wants to practice immigration law

During the last presidential campaign, she said she had an “epiphany” that immigration law might be her calling given her own family’s story from Jamaica.

A family walked past the J&F Ice Cream store which closed for the day in solidarity with the

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Are we fighting about immigration or assimilation?

If assimilation is a driving concern America is at a dangerous stage for the simple reason that many of the immigrants in America just haven’t been here long enough.

Trump administration says it will revise travel ban

Trump’s administration says it does not want a larger appellate panel to review travel ban on hold, and will instead revise the ban.

The lower Manhattan skyline, including One World Trade Center. Some experts say President Trump’s travel ban could be as damaging to US tourism as the Sept. 11 attacks.

You could call US tourism a victim of Trump’s travel ban

Some travel industry experts say President Trump’s order could be as damaging to US tourism as the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

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Trump vs. the courts: How far will he take it?

Brace yourselves: This may just be Round 1 of a long, drawn-out fight.

US President Donald Trump meets with senators to discuss his nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington, DC, on February 9, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMMNICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images

In major blow to Trump, travel ban left blocked

A US appeals court has refused to reinstate Trump’s ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations.

Cambridge, MA -- 1/23/2017 - Harvard students hold signs before a rally and a delivery of a letter to President Drew Faust. Included in the letter are demands for measures to protect undocumented students and Muslim students among other concerns. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 24daca Reporter:

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Trump’s low road on immigration will hurt Mass. higher ed

The country has unceremoniously thrown away its welcome mat to the world, and our universities and colleges will be among those hardest hit.

President Donald Trump speaks to the Major County Sheriffs' Association and Major Cities Chiefs Association, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump uses Boston case in arguing for travel ban

President Trump again cited a federal court ruling in Boston during a speech before police associations.

 The John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse is seen during the closing statements phase of the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev federal death penalty trial on Wednesday May 13, 2015, in Boston. Tsarnaev is charged with conspiring with his brother to place two bombs near the Boston Marathon finish line that killed three and injured 260 spectators in April 2013. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)

Chelsea, Lawrence challenge Trump on sanctuary cities

The Mass. cities say the proposal is an unconstitutional penalty for local governments that have sought to build trust with their immigrant communities.

A man walked outside of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco on Tuesday.

Federal judges express skepticism about Trump’s travel ban

A panel of judges hammered away at the government’s arguments that the states cannot challenge the controversial order.

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 7: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Donald Trump speaks as he meets with county sheriffs during a listening session in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on February 7, 2017 in Washington, DC. The Trump administration will return to court Tuesday to argue it has broad authority over national security and to demand reinstatement of a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries that stranded refugees and triggered protests. (Photo by Andrew Harrer - Pool/Getty Images)

Trump paints dark picture in defense of travel ban

The more Donald Trump tries to build support for his refugee and immigration ban, the darker the world seems to get.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly speaks at a news conference at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection headquarters in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, to discuss the operational implementation of the president's executive orders. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

DHS chief predicts travel ban will be reinstated, acknowledges missteps

Testifying before the House Homeland Security Committee, John Kelly forcefully defended President Trump’s executive order.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said, given a second chance, he might do things differently in rolling out the order.

John Kelly testifies travel ban should have been delayed

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly appeared before a congressional committee to defend the controversial policy.

Boston, MA - 2/7/2017 - Fans cheer along the parade route during the New England Patriots' Super Bowl Parade in Boston, MA, February 7, 2017. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)

What school? Kids swell crowds on Patriots parade route

There were plenty of young faces lining the route of the Patriots victory parade Tuesday.

School of the Museum of Fine Arts student Minoo Emami is worried about how the travel ban might affect plans to return to Iran this summer.

Travel ban creates anxiety in Boston arts community

Some Boston arts organizations are assessing whether they’ll have to scrap upcoming events involving people from the affected countries.

A 3-year-old from Somalia and her mother (center) were united with the girl’s grandmother at Dulles Airport on Monday.

Administration urges court to reinstate travel ban

Judges of the Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco are to hear arguments Tuesday on whether the ban should be reinstated.

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For those from far away, reunions in a city of choice

In the first days after President Trump’s immigration order, Boston had emerged as the destination of choice for those with the slimmest hope of making it to the United States.

Boston, MA 020614 Cardinal Sean O'Malley interviewed on February 6, 2014 at the the Cathedral's rectory.(Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff)/ MET

O’Malley pledges support for immigrants in wake of travel ban

“You are an important part of our family and your Church will not cease to advocate on your behalf,” the cardinal wrote in a letter.

Should your town become a sanctuary city?

The push to protect undocumented immigrants has spread to suburbs such as Acton and Arlington.

With Trump travel ban stay, immigrants scramble to get back to US

Because an appeals court declined to intervene immediately, affected travelers can enter until at least Monday.

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Trump continues attacking judge who halted travel ban

In a series of tweets Sunday afternoon, President Trump said he “cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril.”

Mohammad Alizadeh (left)  witnessed his mother-in-law, Tahereh Marvdashti, meeting her grandson Omid for the first time at Logan International Airport.

People affected by travel ban advised to get on flights immediately

Immigration attorneys in Boston say the time is now to enter the US for travelers who may be impacted by a ban.

Protesters who object to President Trump’s travel ban held signs Sunday in Hong Kong in front of the US consulate.

White House is defiant after travel ban ruling

An appeals court ruled against the travel ban, but the administration said Sunday it believes that decision will be overturned.

Anti-Trump protesters shut down Conn. highway, delay ambulance

More than 100 people protesting President Trump’s travel ban blocked Route 34 in New Haven.

People protested against President Donald Trump as they gather at the entrance to the Mar-a-Lago Resort on Saturday.

1,000 chanting protesters aim directly at Trump’s wallet

Around 7:30 p.m., about 200 of the 1,200 marchers made it across the bridge to the back gates of Mar-a-Lago.

Trump attacks judge who blocked visa ban

The statement recalled the attacks Trump made during the presidential campaign on a federal district judge in California.

Lynda Tocci of East Somerville waved a flag while her partner Anne-Marie Fitzgerald held a sign during Saturday’s rally.

Somerville celebrates 30 years as a sanctuary city

“Sanctuary cities do not protect criminals,” Perla Hernandez told a crowd of more than a thousand. “They protect families.”

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The best democracy blood money can buy

A historian’s post tries to make sense of the profoundly disorienting, and disordered, first weeks of the Trump administration.

Items from Ivanka Trump’s fashion line, on sale at Saks Off Fifth Avenue, have been dropped by some retailers.

Early signs suggest Trump’s actions are taking a toll on family’s brands

Major companies appear to be reevaluating their relationship with the Trump companies.

Who is the judge who stopped Trump’s travel ban?

A look at James Robart, who dealt a blow to President Trump’s immigration order in a Friday ruling.

TOPSHOT - US President Donald Trump steps off Air Force One upon arrival at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Florida on February 3, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MANDEL NGANMANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images

Trump blasts ruling that blocks immigration order

President Trump said on Twitter that a ruling by a federal judge that blocked his immigration order “is ridiculous and will be overturned.”

Boston-02/03/2017 ACLU of Massachusetts, Executive Director, Mary Rose enters Moakley Federal Court Friday morning for a hearing on it's lawsuit challenging Trump's executive order on immigration. John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe(metro)

Seattle judge halts Trump’s immigration order nationwide

The White House vowed Friday night to fight the ruling, initially issuing a statement that called it an “outrageous order.”

A demonstrator wore a Statue of Liberty hat and clapped during a rally in Boston.

Tens of thousands of visas were revoked, State Department says

Fewer than 60,000 visas were provisionally canceled under President Trump’s travel ban, a number that contradicts what a Justice Department lawyer said in court.

Salem Mayor Kimberley L. Driscoll said the ordinance would essentially codify and reaffirm Salem’s existing policies regarding undocumented residents.

Salem to consider sanctuary city ordinance

Mayor Kimberley Driscoll isn’t worried that the city could lose about $10 million in federal funding.

Fact check

How Kellyanne Conway got 2 things wrong in less than a minute

No, there wasn’t a massacre in 2011 in Bowling Green, Ky., and no, President Obama did not issue a “ban” against Iraqi refugees.

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 22: Counselor to President, Kellyanne Conway, prepares to appear on the Sunday morning show Meet The Press, from the north lawn at the White House, January 22, 2017 in Washington, DC. Conway discussed President Trump's recent visit to the CIA and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's first statement. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Analysis

Kellyanne Conway brought up ‘Bowling Green massacre’ for a reason

There was no “Bowling Green massacre,” but it’s important to remember why the Trump aide made the false claim.

Cardinal O’Malley hosted a gathering of Boston-area Muslim community leaders and local officials, including Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker.

Cardinal O’Malley stands in solidarity with Muslims over travel ban

“Our country has been greatly enriched by our Muslim brothers and sisters,” the archdiocese said in a statement.

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It’s immigrants who make Boston a world-class city

The real Massachusetts miracle is how becoming global has made Boston so desirable.

US District Judge Nathaniel Gorton (right), shown at a US naturalization ceremony at Faneuil Hall, will hear arguments in the legal challenge to President Trump’s immigration ban.

Meet the judge who will hear the Boston legal challenge of Trump’s ban

Judge Nathaniel Gorton can seem as stern as they come from the bench, showing little emotion and no appetite for theatrics in his courtroom.

Close to 350 people were sworn in as US citizens during a ceremony at Faneuil Hall.

Citizenship ceremonies are supposed to be festive. This one wasn’t.

“I should be able to see my family,” said Asa Valenti, a 35-year-old finance manager, eyes welling with tears.

A man looked at a sign on the gate of a closed bodega Thursday in New York City.

Hundreds of Yemenis in NYC close businesses to protest travel ban

Protesters include Manhattan deli owner Haron Zokari, who says his wife and baby are stuck in Yemen after almost completing a four-year green-card process.

President Donald Trump spoke on the phone with Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Turnball from the Oval Office.

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About that call to Australia . . .

It says something about the Trump administration that the disastrous call with Malcolm Turnbull, prime minister of Australia, seems kind of minor, even funny.

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Many veterans applaud Trump for immigration order

To these veterans, President Trump’s “America First” policies seem to be a common-sense approach to unpredictable danger.

More than 200 people rallied against President Trump's immigration policy on Boston Common on Wednesday.

More than 200 rally in Boston against Trump order

A crowd rallied on Boston Common in favor of a state bill that would prevent police from assisting federal immigration officials.

A large crowd protested the recent immigration bans at Boston Logan Airport's Terminal E for international arrivals.

With visas revoked, travelers barred entry despite court order

Despite federal court orders, some are not being allowed to board planes because the State Department had already revoked their visas.

Boston, MA - 1/29/2017 - Boston Mayor Marty Walsh speaks at a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's executive orders restricting immigrants from seven Muslim countries at Copley Square in Boston, MA, January 29, 2017. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)

Walsh seizes spotlight in Trump immigration battle

Mayor Walsh’s elevation to the national stage has raised questions about his own record — but also overshadowed a challenge from Jackson.

President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday night.

721 — not 109 — denied entry to the US under Trump’s travel ban

A far larger number of people were affected by President Trump’s executive order on refugees than he initially said.