The US Supreme Court partly implements the travel and refugee bans pending a full review in October.
"Hundreds of thousands of people will die if this bill passes," the House minority leader warns.
Hostage Johan Gustafsson, in Mali since 2011, has been freed, the Swedish government says.
A judge orders exhumation of the painter's body to obtain samples for a paternity suit - Spanish media.
The cladding was used on Grenfell Tower, where at least 79 are feared dead after fire engulfed it.
A convicted burglar is recaptured in Springdale, Arkansas after more than three decades on the run.
The woman was able to rip off part of the door, according to a passenger on board the flight to Texas.
The White House breaks an almost 20-year tradition, failing to host a dinner marking the end of Ramadan
Theresa May's Conservatives strike a deal with the Northern Irish DUP party after two weeks of talks.
Myanmar burns seized illegal drugs to mark the UN day against drug abuse.
Organisers for the "inclusive" event said the rainbow Star of David flags "made people feel unsafe".
The University of Delaware sacks a professor who derided Otto Warmbier as a "clueless white male".
The mother of a black driver killed by a police officer in Minnesota reaches a settlement over his death.
The PM outlines plans designed to address the "anxiety" of EU citizens about their status after Brexit.
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