A federal appeals court on Sunday ruled that President Trump’s controversial immigration order will remain suspended for the time being, allowing those previously banned from coming to the U.S. at least another day to get here. The decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit preserves a lower judge’s order to temporarily halt the ban — and based on a schedule the court outlined — the stop will remain in place at least until sometime Monday. The Justice Department said

it would not elevate the dispute to the Supreme Court before that. There will be a flurry of legal activity in the next few days. The appeals court asked those challenging the ban to file written arguments by 3 a.m. Eastern on Monday, and Justice Department lawyers to reply by 6 p.m. Eastern. They could then schedule a hearing, or rule whether the ban should remain on hold. READ MORE