Fearing that conservative students are not free to express their views on university campuses, the President signed an executive order on 21 March which links free speech to federal funding for colleges.
The EU has agreed to delay Brexit until 22 May if MPs can agree on a withdrawal deal next week or 12 April if there is no agreement.
Massimiliano Fedriga of Italy's populist Five Star Movement was struck ill with chickenpox earlier this week.
Social media platforms have scrambled to remove uploaded and re-uploaded footage of the Christchurch attack, drawing renewed attention to their role in distributing extremist material.
After the worst mass shooting in its history, New Zealand politicians are vowing to change legislation around the availability of semiautomatic weapons.
The Senate, controlled by Republicans, voted in favour of a resolution ending Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the US-Mexico border. Neither chamber voted for the resolution with a two thirds majority, however, meaning the president can still use his veto powers to declare the emergency.
After making a splash in a rousing but ultimately unsuccessful run for Senate against Ted Cruz last year, O'Rourke has ended intense speculation by confirming he will run in 2020.
Prime Minister Theresa May's motion passed by 321 votes to 278 against, though it was non-binding. On Thursday local time, UK Parliament will vote on whether Brexit should be delayed past the 29 March deadline.
Abigail Disney, a filmmaker and activist, told CNBC's Squawk Box: "CEOs in general are paid far too much".