President Trump's latest travel ban prevents a Yemeni journalist from accepting her award in New York.
Two federal judges recently halted the latest iteration of restrictions, which broadly suspend travel for most nationals from eight countries.
The latest version of President Donald Trump's immigration restrictions has been temporarily blocked by a federal judge.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals exempted more types of family members from the travel ban barring people from six countries.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of two Iraqi men who had valid visas but were detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Right now, an estimated 15 million Yemenis don't have access to basic health care.
The Supreme Court partially lifted lower courts' injunctions on the so-called travel ban. The justices will hear the case next term.
UNICEF and the World Health Organization say Yemen is currently facing the world's worst cholera outbreak, with over 200,000 suspected cases.
King Salman removed his nephew, Mohammed bin Nayef, as crown prince. And he appointed his son to take on the position instead.
Warring factions in Yemen are blocking medicine and crucial supplies from entering the country.
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a ruling from a Maryland court rejecting President Trump's travel ban, citing religious discrimination.
Press secretary Sean Spicer said the U.S. Department of Justice will fight for Trump's second travel ban attempt.