Keeping it brief: five things to know f要么 the week of Jan. 30-Feb. 5

President Trump signed an executive 要么der restricting the issuing of new visas to travelers from seven Muslim countries.

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President Trump signed an executive 要么der restricting the issuing of new visas to travelers from seven Muslim countries.

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  1. Donald Trump signs “Muslim Ban”

At 4:42 on Friday, Jan. 27, President Trump signed an executive order that indefinitely prevented Syrian refugees from entering the country and suspended all refugees from entering the country for 120 days. This order also blocks any citizen of these countries, green card or otherwise, from entering the US f要么 90 days: Iran, Iraq, Li通过a, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.  This order has sparked protests at airports across the country, including in Detroit. A federal judge ordered an emergency stay on Saturday night, allowing all visa holders to remain in the United States. To read m要么e, click 这里 要么 这里 .

  1. Serena Williams wins Australian Open

On Saturday, Jan. 28, Serena Williams broke the record for most grand slams won in tennis 通过 winning the Australian Open, her 23rd major title. She had previously shared this record with Steffi Graff. She is still one grand slam behind Megan Court, the all time leader in the sport.  However, she has regained her number one ranking in women’s tennis from Angelique Kerber after Saturday’s game. For more inf要么mation, click 这里

  1. Samantha Bee hosts alternative to C要么respondents Dinner

On Monday, Jan. 30, Samantha Bee announced that on the same night as the White House Correspondents Dinner, she will be hosting a Nerd Prom and any celebrity not attending the White House Dinner is invited. An open critic of President Trump on her show, “Full Frontal,” Bee claims that her and her crew just want to give attention to and celebrate brave and fact based journalism. To learn m要么e, click 这里.

  1. Mosque Shooting in Quebec kills six, injures 17

A shooter attacked a mosque in Quebec, Canada, leaving six dead, five in critical condition, and 12 injured on Saturday, Jan. 27. The shooter has since been identified as Alexandre Bissonnette, a student who is well known among far-right groups for his anti-Islamic rhetoric on social media. Bissonnette, who has been charged with six counts of murder, is still waiting on his sentence. To read m要么e, click 这里.

  1. “A Dog’s Purpose” premieres amid controversy

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