The Department of Homeland Security has reportedly drafted an executive order to curb the policy.
The government wins a vote over Parliament's say in the Brexit process after key figures backs down.
Passengers are angry after tickets to Tel Aviv and Dubai were cancelled for being the incorrect price.
Relatives call for a criminal inquiry into the "unforgivable" actions at the Gosport hospital.
Cristiano Ronaldo continues his sensational start to the World Cup with the winner as Portugal knock out Morocco.
The UK's prime minister says the US is "wrong" to hold children in what appear to be cages.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom's Daniella Pineda reveals her character is gay - but don't expect to see that play out on screen.
Lord Sugar is criticised for an "unhelpful and ignorant" tweet comparing Senegal's World Cup team to "beach sellers in Marbella".
It becomes the second country in the world to allow recreational use of the drug nationwide.
They've done it again - Japan fans amuse and impress by cleaning up after their team's opening match at the World Cup.
The sister of a murder victim wants to change a "hellish and barbaric law" on post-mortem examinations.
A panel has analysed hundreds of patient death certificates at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
BBC Sport will be showing all its games from the 2018 Fifa World Cup, including England against Panama, in Virtual Reality.
England have once again broken the record for the highest total in ODI cricket, but are all the runs good for the game?
The US envoy to the UN called the 47-member council "hypocritical and self-serving".
Russia move to the brink of qualifying for the last 16 of the World Cup after they beat Mohamed Salah's Egypt in St Petersburg.
England make 481-6 - the highest one-day international total in history - as they crush Australia by 242 runs to seal the series.
The US president claimed that separating families was "the only solution" to end illegal immigration.
Andy Murray's comeback after almost a year out with a hip injury ends in a narrow defeat by Nick Kyrgios at Queen's.
Tracking devices stopped working as the pudding reached 52,500ft, attached to a high altitude balloon.
Families of epileptic children welcomed the move, which does not change rules on recreational use.
England's win over Tunisia attracts a peak television audience of 18.3 million on BBC One, while a record three million stream the game on the iPlayer and BBC Sport website.
The controversial rapper, a rising star who faced domestic violence charges, has been killed aged 20.
But the home secretary tells MPs there will be a review of cannabis-based medicines in the UK.
Harry Kane's stoppage-time winner ensures England started their World Cup campaign with victory after Tunisia threaten to snatch a point.
Spray cans were found by the bodies on the tracks near Loughborough Junction, it is understood.
Former Republican First Lady Laura Bush condemns Trump's policy as his wife also expresses concern.
Dion Dublin takes a look at what England can expect from Tunisia, their first opponents at the World Cup, during a 1-0 friendly win over Costa Rica.
Greece's PM hails the agreement, but it faces stern opposition from nationalists on both sides.
The VAR system is now in regular use at the World Cup. How might it have changed past events?
Michael Morris' actress wife posts dramatic footage of this week's incident in Los Angeles.
The PM says it will be part-funded by a "Brexit dividend" but Labour says this is a "hypothetical" windfall.
The party can now support a law which is set to allow abortions within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
The building, being restored in a multi-million pound project, has been extensively damaged.
Andy Murray will make his competitive return from hip surgery in the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen's next week.
Flames engulfed the world-renowned Mackintosh building for the second time in four years.
The PM says she still wants to see the new law pass after one of her MPs stopped it from progressing.
The actor, best known for playing the roguish "Dirty Den" Watts in the BBC One soap, dies aged 71.
No reason has been given for the former Take That singer's gesture during the World Cup opening ceremony.
Some claimants have waited eight months for payment - but there's no way back, says audit report.