The ruling means the president cannot enforce the ban while it is contested in court.
Another two people are hurt in the head-on collision near Garner State Park, west of San Antonio.
The Euphrates Shield operation targeted Islamic State fighters and also Syrian Kurdish militias.
The Spratly Islands are a nebula of biological wonder -- an archipelago of atolls and reefs that support 600 coral species and 6,000 fish species -- including huge schools of batfish, bumphead parrotfish, scalloped hammerhead sharks, and dolphins.
The global food trade is depleting water sources quicker than they can naturally be refilled in many places.
California's SpaceX company expects to make a piece of history later when it re-flies a Falcon rocket.
The White House bows to pressure to make her role official, which means she is bound by employee rules.
Perfumery has always been an intricate science; much more effort goes into capturing a scent than those outside the industry might imagine.
BBC News asks people living in cities across Syria what it is like to live with war.
People tend to wonder if the iconic photo of Ninalee Craig was staged.
The BBC has learned that US officials "verified" a key claim in a report about Russian involvement in Donald Trump's election.
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.
You may not have heard of the Sulu-Celebes sea, but piracy is on the rise there.
A veteran state department employee is accused of being paid by Chinese agents for information.
Abraham Poincheval is sitting on 10 chicken eggs that he hopes to hatch in a Paris museum.
A letter delivered to Brussels from UK Prime Minister Theresa May will officially kick off the Brexit process Wednesday. This is how we got here.
President Donald Trump is getting a "presidential library" courtesy "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah."
Canada is experiencing an influx of funding for AI research and commercialisation.
The driver has been arrested, with no injuries reported, and terrorism has been ruled out by police.
The US secretary of state's cold shoulder for the press corps perplexes even Republicans.