The Global Business Travel Association says $185 million in business travel bookings were lost in the week following President Trump's travel ban. Mr. Trump met with chief executives of several major U.S. airlines at the White House Thursday, after one airline CEO called the travel ban "divisive." Peter Greenberg shows how the order may be jeopardizing travel into and out of the U.S.
Democratic lawmakers joined a demonstration on the Supreme Court steps Monday on President Trump's travel and refugee ban. Thirty-three senators co-sponsored a bill to remove the executive order. Opponents filed at least two more lawsuits to block it and also got a boost from former President Obama. Nancy Cordes reports.
Silicon Valley is taking a stand against President Trump's newly-imposed travel restrictions. Last month, Mr. Trump reached out to high-tech leaders, but now his travel ban is facing heavy criticism from some who are immigrants themselves. They include executives from Microsoft, Tesla and Google. John Blackstone reports.
Huge nationwide protests erupted once again during President Donald Trump's second weekend in office after he ordered a travel ban. What started out Saturday as a spontaneous demonstration at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York had spread to airports from coast to coast Sunday. Jericka Duncan reports.
Severe weather is causing problems from coast to coast. In the West, heavy rain could bring devastating floods and mudslides. From the Deep South to the Northeast, snow, ice and rain are making it tough to get around. Mark Strassmann reports from Atlanta. Kenneth Craig reports from New York. Carter Evans reports from Northern California, and meteorologist Molly Rosenblatt is tracking the storms at CBS Minneapolis station WCCO-TV.