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The Morning Brief: Patriots’ Super Bowl Win, Trump’s Travel Ban and Queen Elizabeth’s Milestone

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Good morning. These are today’s top stories:

President Trump’s travel ban is back in court

Homeland Security on Saturday halted President Donald Trump’s immigration order after a federal judge in Washington state temporarily suspended it. Trump called the judge’s action “ridiculous” and said it would be “overturned.” Here’s what’s next for the executive order in court.

Trump says health care replacement won’t be ready soon

Trump said a health care law replacement under his administration is unlikely to come in 2017. “Maybe it’ll take till sometime into next year, but we’re certainly going to be in the process,” he told Fox News in an interview that aired Sunday.

Patriots win the Super Bowl in overtime

The New England Patriots pulled off a historic comeback to beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. The Patriots defeated the Falcons 34-28 during overtime after trailing by 25 points.

Queen Elizabeth marks milestone

Queen Elizabeth II, the world’s longest-reigning monarch, celebrates her sapphire jubilee today. It means the British monarch has been on the throne for 65 years.


Massive protests are taking place in Romania to fight corruption.

Seven percent of Catholic priests in Australia are accused of sexually abusing children, according to a lawyer.

Doctors who train abroad are better at their jobs, a new study has found.

Some New York City subway riders teamed up to erase swastikas and anti-Semitic slurs scrawled on a train car, using hand sanitizer and tissues.

The Morning Brief is published Mondays through Fridays. Email Morning Brief writer Melissa Chan at melissa.chan@time.com.

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