From "American carnage" to the "Bowling Green Massacre" to the tweets – oh God, the tweets – here's how Trump's first weeks played out
He steals credit, describes the average as superlative, invents history and spins conspiracy theories
"I wanted this essay to change the language around how we think about immigration," says writer Valeria Luiselli
Shift appears to be in response to Trump's January immigration enforcement executive order
How an advocacy organization and a tech team created Notifica to offer a small peace of mind for immigrants facing possible deportation
Bill being rushed through the legislature would require police to cooperate with federal immigration authorities
Here's what judges had to say about the revised version of the Trump administration's "Muslim ban"
New executive order differs in several key ways from the ill-fated original one – though it will still be contested in court
Trump's new order doesn't "eliminate the constitutional problems" with the original ban, says the ACLU's Lee Gelernt
"I'd love for him to prove me wrong," says immigration activist Astrid Silva of Trump's immigration plans
A search for a deportation target leads to a demand for travelers' "papers" at JFK
Experts explain that the administration appears to have overlooked several crucial details
Miller spoke of the need to keep out of the country people who don't "share our values"
From fighting climate change to funding Planned Parenthood, the public has never been so out of step with a president
If you connect with America's anger and paranoia, you can steamroll our most sacred institutions without ever having to tell the truth