Day 15 – February 4th, 2017

– BREAKING NEWS: The Department of Homeland Security said Saturday it has suspended all actions to implement President Donald Trump’s immigration order.

– DeVos opposition snowballs into avalanche –
Sen. Brian Schatz, a Hawaii Democrat, said on Twitter that the last three days had “been the busiest in Capitol switchboard history” by “almost double.” He urged opponents of DeVos to “keep it up.”

– Trump lashes out at ‘so-called judge’ who temporarily blocked travel ban

– Iran holds military exercise in defiance of US sanctions

– Vincent Viola Said to Withdraw as Secretary of Army Nominee

– China: U.S. is putting regional stability in East Asia at risk

– Donald Trump defends ‘Muslim ban’ claiming Middle Eastern countries AGREE with him as thousands protest in London in the latest mass demonstration against the travel ban and Prime Minister Theresa May’s relationship with the US president

– The FCC’s wireless telecom bureau sent letters to AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile informing them that the violation of net neutrality rules probes were over.

– FCC makes it harder for poor people to get subsidized broadband
Some might pay $9.25 more as ISPs lose ability to sell low-cost Internet plans.

– Donald Trump might be more popular than you think
Once again, there’s evidence suggesting traditional polls aren’t accurately measuring support for the president and his policies.

– Former Norwegian PM says he was held at US airport over Iran visit

– Trump Should Mind His Own Business, French President Hollande Says at Summit

– Germany’s largest magazine sparks furor with image of Trump beheading Statue of Liberty