California Attorney General Xavier Becerra claims the Trump Administration committed an "unlawful action" by trying to terminate the DACA program in the wrong way. He made the comments after arguments this morning before the Supreme Court. New York Attorney General Letitia James said terminating DACA would provide "great distress" to recipients, adding that immigrants are "here to stay."    President Trump claims his economic policies have launched an unprecedented economic boom in the U.S. Speaking to the Economic Club of New York, Trump said his policies have exceeded expectations "by a very wide margin." Trump argued that his administration has reversed a "slow, inevitable decline and insisted that prior economic policies put America's best interests "last."    Former National Security Adviser John Bolton is suggesting that President Trump's foreign policy decisions regarding Turkey were motivated by personal interests. According to people who were present at the private gathering in Miami, Bolton questioned Trump's merits in applying his business interests to foreign policy.    Former President Jimmy Carter is recovering from surgery today. The Carter Center tweeted that there were no complications in the procedure that helped to relieve pressure on his brain caused by two falls last month. Carter will remain at the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta for observation.    At least four people have died due to slick road conditions in the Midwest and the Plains as a winter storm is making its way across the eastern half of the country. More than one thousand flights have been cancelled at Chicago's two airports alone, and the storm is expected to continue creeping across the Ohio Valley to the Northeast.    The launch of the Disney-Plus subscription service is falling short of magical. Some users who downloaded the new streaming service received a message under an image of Wreck-It Ralph that says it is unable to connect. About 73-hundred people reported having problems to Downdetector by 7 a.m. Eastern time.