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Recode Daily: Appeals court judges were tough on both sides in the Trump travel ban suit

A ruling is expected in the next few days.

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A federal appeals court panel had hard questions for both sides in the lawsuit over President Trump’s immigration ban, touching on issues of presidential power and religious discrimination. A ruling on the ban’s suspension is expected this week, with a Supreme Court appeal to follow. — [Matt Zapotosky and Robert Barnes / Washington Post]

BuzzFeed News takes a more aggressive approach to journalism than traditional competitors, as it showed when it published the unverified Trump dossier. But can it handle the consequences, like the lawsuit that followed? — [Peter Kafka and Ben Popper / Recode]

To help shield its users from abuse, Twitter will hide inappropriate responses in conversations, add a “safe search” feature and make it harder for banned users to rejoin the service. — [Kurt Wagner / Recode]

YouTube is now letting creators with more than 10,000 subscribers livestream mobile video and will help them make money with Super Chat, which lets fans pay to highlight their comments. Meanwhile, YouTube’s coming TV service has an unannounced deal for a bundle of Disney networks, including ESPN and ABC. — [Jefferson Graham / USA Today]

Work on Apples new spaceship campus has gone slowly, in part because Apple managers brought a Steve Jobs-like level of attention to the tiniest of details, visible or not. — [Julia Love / Reuters]

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