{FD} AP Source: Yates troubled that law disadvantaged Muslims

A person familiar with Sally Yates’ thinking says the former acting attorney general has told others she felt Donald Trump’s executive order on refugees appeared to favor Christians over Muslims and she was troubled by that.

{FD} US deports Colombian wanted in death of journalist

U.S. immigration officials say a Colombian man wanted in his home country in the fatal shooting of a journalist has been deported after being arrested in South Texas last year.

{FD} Orlando shooter’s widow seeks jail release pending trial

Lawyers for the widow of the man who staged a deadly terrorist attack at a Florida nightclub had no advance knowledge of the plot and did not know ahead of time that her husband planned to buy ammunition while they were on a trip to Walmart.

{FD} The Latest: California bill seeks to hamper Muslim registry

The Latest on California legislation involving immigration (all times local): 3:40 p.m.

{FD} Yemen anti-terror raid turned up intel ‘treasure trove,’ sources say

A raid targeting senior Al Qaeda leaders in Yemen over the weekend yielded a large amount of potential intelligence, military sources tell Fox News.

{FD} Probe into alleged fake jobs for relatives threatens French conservative presidential candidate

French presidential candidate Francois Fillon not only paid his wife for an allegedly fake job as a parliamentary aide, but also employed two of the couple’s children for the same positions, a weekly newspaper is reporting.

{FD} Union-backed Ronald Vitiello named to lead Border Patrol

A longtime Border Patrol official who is backed by the agents’ union has been named chief of the agency, less than a week after his predecessor resigned under pressure.

{FD} 4 hurt in helicopter crash during training at Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell says four soldiers have been injured after a helicopter crashed and caught fire at the Army post.

{FD} White House: No Americans will be targeted in terror strikes

The White House said Tuesday that no American citizen “will ever be targeted” in raids against terror suspects, a blanket statement that appeared to signal a break from the Obama administration’s strategy for pursuing and targeting suspects in counterterrorism operations overseas.

{FD} Premier says Mosque shooting shows Quebec has its ‘demons’

Quebec’s premier acknowledged Tuesday that his French-speaking province has its “demons” in terms of attitudes toward Muslims, but he said it is generally open and accepting despite this week’s deadly attack on a mosque and long-simmering debates about religious accommodation.

{FD} First of 911 calls from Florida airport shooting released

A terrified girl trapped in a janitor’s closet and a Delta flight crew hiding inside a briefing room are among those who called 911 during the Florida airport shooting spree that killed five people and wounded six others.

{FD} Some Sept. 11 families speak out against Trump’s travel ban

Some families of those killed in the Sept. 11 attacks spoke out Tuesday against President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven majority-Muslim countries.

{FD} Prosecutor: Defendant stalked NYC boy 37 years ago

Pedro Hernandez watched 6-year-old Etan Patz from the corner store where he worked all those years ago, prosecutors said. He knew the little boy liked to get treats there, and that he waited for the school bus in the morning without adult supervision, they said.

{FD} Infant died of starvation after parents’ overdose deaths

A coroner says a 5-month-old Pennsylvania girl starved to death in her bassinet after her parents died of drug overdoses.

{FD} Iran launched another ballistic missile in secret last month, US officials say

On the same day the United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting to discuss Iran’s recent test launch of a medium-range ballistic missile, Fox News has learned of another secret missile launch, this one conducted in early December, two U.S. military officials tell Fox News.

{FD} US official says 872 refugees to be allowed in

The Trump administration said 872 refugees will be allowed into the United States this week despite a presidential order suspending the U.S. refugees program.