Christian Science Monitor | All Stories Provacateur invited to conservative summit, then disinvited 2017-02-20T23:25:37.025422Z Despite a history of inflammatory statements, Milo Yiannopoulos was until Monday scheduled to speak at the CPAC conference. The controversy reflects a larger debate about balancing free speech and the value of civility. Travel ban rewrite: Should judges parse Trump motives as well as the text? 2017-02-20T22:16:12.976588Z President Trump is expected to release a new executive order affecting people trying to enter the US from seven Muslim-majority nations. Some legal scholars say it's appropriate for judges to also consider statements Trump made before becoming president. In deep-red Utah, a GOP bill to study the wage gap 2017-02-20T21:30:41.646212Z The bill's sponsor acknowledged that he isn’t likely to back new regulations. But he thinks that the numbers themselves could empower women. 3 books about African American history 2017-02-20T21:07:10.878897Z Three outstanding new books celebrate Black History Month with offerings in genres as disparate as literature, military history, and social justice. After millions sign petitions, British lawmakers debate Trump's state visit 2017-02-20T21:07:10.843394Z British Parliament debated two petitions Monday: one calling to rescind a state visit invitation extended to President Trump, and another urging them to keep the plans. Bouche à Oreille: Michelin mixup makes modest French café a star 2017-02-20T21:07:10.789483Z The cheerful eatery in Bourges shares a name with an upscale Paris restaurant, leading to the confusion. Though both chefs laughed it off, French dining remains a serious matter for many. One month of Trump: What voters think – and why that matters 2017-02-20T19:59:14.810016Z Approval of Trump is historically low for a new president. But the other side of the coin is that his own voters remain supportive. Given a GOP Congress, that's significant. SpaceX successfully launches to ISS from Apollo 11 pad 2017-02-20T19:14:46.412962Z Sweden responds to Trump's comments with confusion, criticism 2017-02-20T18:27:59.196388Z After President Trump seemed to suggest a terrorist attack had taken place in Sweden, many Swedes have criticized the president and highlighted the importance of clear, factual information. In Africa, how trees can help both climate and incomes 2017-02-20T17:53:49.118132Z In this edition: Morocco's lessons on climate-smart agriculture; managing dams gets tougher as more precipitation falls as rain not snow; the great bird count.