The Hottest Stories on the Internet Today (Tuesday January 31)

January 31, 2017

On this last day of January, these are the stories making headlines.

Resistance to Trump’s travel ban mounts

Deadly shooting at Quebec mosque reported

2nd day of protests over Trump’s immigration policies

How Trump’s travel ban affects green card holders and dual citizens

‘Stranger Things’ star’s speech gets crowd on feet after show’s surprise SAG Award win

Computer outage grounds Delta flights nationwide

Starbucks pledges to hire 10,000 refugees

India is planning to give free WiFi to more than 1,000 villages

Multiple CNN accounts on Facebook hacked by OurMine

Google creates $4 million crisis fund to fight Trump’s immigration ban

It seems the UK really, really doesn’t want Trump to meet the Queen

Twitter reacts with anger as tech CEOs offer to reach out to Trump over immigration ban

Watch John Legend destroy Trump’s Muslim ban in awards speech

‘Big Bang Theory’ actor brings #MuslimBan protests to the red carpet

Here’s Justin Bieber getting savagely checked in the NHL All-Star celebrity game

It Took Trump 8 Days To Bring The U.S. To The Brink Of A Constitutional Crisis

5 Killed In Shooting At Quebec Mosque

900,000 Brits Sign Petition to Block Trump’s State Visit Due To ‘Misogyny and Vulgarity’

Protests Against Trump’s Executive Order Don’t Let Up

How to Respond to Donald Trump’s Betrayal of American Values

Christian groups oppose Trump’s preference for Christian refugees

Government rejects calls to cancel Trump’s state visit to the UK

SAG Awards turns into a protest against President’s immigration ban

Trump accuses McCain and Graham of trying ‘to start World War III’

SAG Awards turns into a protest against President’s immigration ban

Green Card holders WILL enter the US confirms Homeland Security chief

Trump doubles down and defends his controversial ‘Muslim ban’

Girl’s Iranian father blocked from going to the US for her birthday

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