Ron Nixon

New York Times

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Ron Nixon is a homeland security correspondent for the New York Times.

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The Trump Administration is rolling out its revised travel ban today, now that the Supreme Court has given the green light to parts of the order.

New details on who the travel ban will bar

The Trump Administration is rolling out its revised travel ban today, now that the Supreme Court has given the green light to parts of the order.

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It’s been about five months since President Trump introduced his three-month travel ban.

Has the government made headway on reviewing vetting processes for foreigners coming to U.S.?

It’s been about five months since President Trump introduced his three-month travel ban.

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Ronald Reagan failed to have ketchup defined as a vegetable for the federal school lunch program, but pizza and French fries are on the menu.

Political Food Fight: Pizza as a Vegetable in School Lunches

Ronald Reagan failed to have ketchup defined as a vegetable for the federal school lunch program, but pizza and French fries are on the menu.

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He did, apparently. Just not while posing for photographs.

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