Supreme Court Allows President Trump To Use Military Funds To Build Border WallThe Supreme Court said Friday that it would lift a freeze on the money put in place by a lower court. The Supreme Court's action means the Trump administration can tap the funds and begin work.
Senate Votes To Reject President Trump's National Emergency Declaration, Setting Up His First VetoIn a rebuke of the president, the Senate voted 59-41 to pass legislation Thursday afternoon rejecting President Trump's national emergency declaration concerning the U.S.-Mexico border.
As Trump Renews Demands For Border Wall, Still No Signs That Mexico Will Pay For ItIt was a common refrain for then-candidate Donald Trump during his oftentimes raucous campaign rallies: "Mexico is going to pay for the wall, 100 percent."
President Trump Signs Gov't Spending Bill, Declares National Emergency To Fund Border WallPresident Donald Trump signed a bill to fund the government Friday and signed a national emergency declaration to free up more funds to build a border wall. Click for the latest from CBS News.
No Wall Funding In House Democrats' Opening Offer In Border NegotiationsIn her weekly news conference Thursday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi addressed the ongoing negotiations over border security, making it clear that she still opposes a wall.
Federal Workers To Miss Second Paycheck If Government Doesn't Reopen By MidnightPresident Donald Trump and Congress seem no closer to reaching a deal on reopening the government.
President Trump Speaks At Pentagon, Addresses Americans Killed In SyriaAt the Pentagon Thursday, President Donald Trump addressed the deaths of the four Americans killed in a targeted attack by ISIS in northern Syria on Wednesday.
Former DHS Chief: Trump Plan To Use Disaster Aid For Border Wall 'More Legally Plausible'The White House directed the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to explore using $13.9 billion in funds the corps received for disaster relief in 2018 to begin building a border wall.
Tri-State Federal Workers In Dire Financial Straits As Government Shutdown Enters Third WeekOn Thursday, federal workers from New York to California rallied in hopes of ending the stalemate.
President Trump Threatens To Declare National Emergency If Democrats Don't Fund His WallSunday marked the 16th day of the government shutdown. Democrat and Republican lawmakers tried negotiating over the weekend, but there's still no deal.
CBS2 Demands Answers From Sen. Schumer Over His Past Voting History On Border ControlIt may turn out to be the burning question of the government shutdown: Just what is the definition of a wall?
Gov’t Shutdown Day 12: President Trump, Congressional Leaders To Meet On Border SecurityHouse and Senate leaders are expected at the White House for a briefing on border security Wednesday. This comes as the partial government shutdown enters day 12, and Democrats are getting ready to take control of the House.
U.S. Enters 2019 Still In A Partial Government ShutdownThe partial federal government shutdown has closed most immigration courts, forcing judges to indefinitely postpone hearings that had been scheduled months, and sometimes years, in advance.
President Trump Wants Military To Protect Border With MexicoSpeaking during a visit with Baltic leaders, Trump said he's been discussing the idea with his Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis.
U.S. House Passes Spending Bill With $1.6 Billion For Mexico Border WallThe U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed a spending bill that includes a downpayment for a border wall with Mexico.