The ruling means the president cannot enforce the ban while it is contested in court.
The 329-year-old insurance market says it has chosen Brussels for its new EU subsidiary.
The first daughter bows to pressure to make her West Wing role official, binding her by ethics rules.
Ex-Cyclone Debbie brings widespread flash-flooding to Queensland's most populous region.
A lifestyle video proposes bursting the popular Xiao Long Bao and throwing out the soup.
Measures to end the supremacy of EU law come after the government formally triggered Brexit.
The Euphrates Shield operation targeted Islamic State fighters and also Syrian Kurdish militias.
The deal must still pass the state Congress and its terms have angered LGBT activists.
The global food trade is depleting water sources quicker than they can naturally be refilled in many places.
The guidelines for everyday foods are aimed at helping to reduce childhood obesity.
Anti-death penalty advocates say plan to execute eight men in 10 days is 'unprecedented'.
California's SpaceX company expects to make a piece of history later when it re-flies a Falcon rocket.
Another two people are hurt in the head-on collision near Garner State Park, west of San Antonio.
Lyse Doucet revisits a young Syrian girl Bara'aa, who three years ago, was living through the horror of war in Homs.
Abraham Poincheval is sitting on 10 chicken eggs that he hopes to hatch in a Paris museum.
Could student hall-style accommodation for young professionals tackle loneliness in big cities?
There is a fight to rebury the 11th President of the United States, James K Polk - for the fourth time.
The questionable likeness was revealed at a ceremony to name Madeira airport after the footballer.
The Oscar winner says she "couldn't live there" as she condemns the pressure on actresses to be thin.
According to a new survey, nearly half of British dog and cat owners let their animals sleep on their bed.
The flag on the Pakistan border is to be replaced for a fourth time after being torn by the wind.
The BBC has learned that US officials "verified" a key claim in a report about Russian involvement in Donald Trump's election.
While pythons can eat large prey, an adult man was long thought to be too big.
The BBC's Vikas Pandey visits a community of butchers affected by the crackdown on meat shops.
You may not have heard of the Sulu-Celebes sea, but piracy is on the rise there.
In our series of letters from African journalists, Joseph Warungu looks at why Kenya insists that its senior political leaders must hold a university degree.
The First Lady lets her guard down only slightly during a visit to the centre of American diplomacy.
Yogi Adityanath: What kind of leader will the polarising new chief minister of Uttar Pradesh be?
Britain's Jo Pavey says it is a bittersweet feeling to receive her 2007 World Championships 10,000m bronze medal.
Tottenham midfielder Erik Lamela is ruled out for the remainder of the season because of a hip injury.
Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi wants Arsene Wenger to remain as manager and says criticism of the Frenchman is "unfair".
With Article 50 now triggered and Brexit underway, what will it mean for the UK's security?
Theresa May has invoked it with a letter, but what is it, can it be reversed and what happens next?
There is "no reason to pretend this is a happy day", European Council President Donald Tusk says.
Now it has triggered Article 50, does the UK definitely have to leave the EU?
With Article 50 now triggered, what are the options for the UK's negotiators when it comes to trade?
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.
As Article 50 is triggered, here's what some people will miss about EU membership, and what some won't.
Red lines, Britons in the EU and can the UK back out? Kevin Connolly and Norman Smith investigate.
There is little optimism in the European press on the start of Britain's departure from the EU.