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The three Republicans are seeking a guarantee that the measure will be debated further.
Millions of Indian women have never used their husband's name - it's a way of showing respect for him. But campaigners are now urging some of them to change their ways.
The bill imposes new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, despite White House objections.
They were killed during an operation to free a group abducted by Boko Haram, the army says.
Demonstrations that could "disturb or affect" Sunday's controversial vote are outlawed.
The US criticises the launch from a new space centre, describing it as a provocative action.
The BBC witnesses the hidden reality inside the war-torn country.
The BBC's Orla Guerin sees the suffering of cholera and malnutrition victims in Yemen's civil war.
Astronomers have discovered an object that could be the first known moon located beyond the Solar System.
The president had encouraged the Scouts to boo Barack Obama as he touted his political agenda.
Hailstones and heavy rain have battered the Turkish city.
Opposition allies have been told they must not fight against Bashar al-Assad's government forces.
Senator Lindsey Graham also says going after special counsel Robert Muller could be the end for Trump.
King Abdullah says the Israeli PM's praise for a guard who shot two Jordanians is "provocative".
One person was killed and several injured in the accident at Ohio's State Fair.
The US top general says President Trump needs to issue guidance before any changes come into effect.
Germany's transport minister orders move to remove what he says is illegal emissions-controlling software.
The late night chat show host sung L-G-B-T to the tune of L-O-V-E as he called out the president on his military trans ban
The animals, including bears, lions and tigers, are now having treatment before finding new homes.
But gusts of wind still threaten to fuel blazes near the Cote d'Azur, officials warn.