The administration has sought ways to block thousands of Central American men, women and children traveling in caravans to escape violence and poverty in their home countries from entering the USA, with Mr Trump calling them a national security threat.
The Trump administration's stay request was part of an aggressive effort to draw the Supreme Court into legal battles over some of the president's most controversial initiatives.
Judge Tigar's ruling prompted Mr Trump to call the jurist an "Obama judge" and blast the 9th Circuit in general as a "disgrace". At the port of entry in Tijuana, among other locations, migrants and refugees are managing an informal list of those wishing to cross into the USA to apply.
"President Trump's November 9 proclamation barred asylum for anyone who crossed the U.S. -Mexico border between official ports of entry, a reaction to recent caravans of migrants from Central America", The Washington Post notes.
Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the four liberal justices in the 5-4 ruling. The statute says an asylum application must be accepted from any alien "physically present in the United States or who arrives in the United States whether or not at a designated port of arrival. irrespective of such alien's status".
Trump's comments elicited a rare public rebuke from Chief Justice John Roberts, who shot back that the federal judiciary does not "have Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges".
Immigrants rights advocates said the president did not have the legal authority to change the law on his own.
The Associated Press reports that the court upheld a federal judge's ruling barring a ban on asylum seeking along the southern border. Government statistics show the number of undocumented immigrants arrested near the Mexican border is less than half what it was a decade ago, the groups said.
"After World War II and the horrors experienced by refugees who were turned away by the United States and elsewhere, Congress joined the global community in adopting standards for the treatment of those fleeing persecution", lawyers with the ACLU. wrote.
Lee Gelernt of the American Civil Liberties Union, representing those challenging the regulation, praised the court's decision to keep the stay in place.
"We are pleased the court refused to allow the administration to short-circuit the usual appellate process", he said.
Donald Trump's immigration ban on Central Americans rejected by the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
"The 9th Circuit, we're going to have to look at that", Trump said, before adding that "every case" that goes through that circuit results in "an automatic loss" for his administration.
Trump had boycotted a Republican presidential debate and held what he described as a fundraiser for veterans instead. The foundation will give away its assets to other nonprofit organizations throughout the next 30 days.
As internal tensions continue over Google's secretive Project Dragonfly , the initiative has reportedly been put on hold. The data collected was to see what people in mainland China were searching for in order to build a Dragonfly prototype.
But the German, who has lost three finals during his time at the club, said there was more to consider than just trophies. Asked how far away United are from being a team in their manager's image, Mourinho said: "Far".
The prime minister won the confidence vote with a majority of 83 - 63% of Conservative MPs backing her and 37% voting against her. The vote had been triggered by MPs angry at her Brexit policy, which they say betrays the 2016 referendum result.
Distillate inventories were up the same week by 712,000 barrels, compared to an expected build of 1.801 million barrels. A drop in US crude stockpiles, though less than expected, has helped boost sentiment, analysts said.
Mr Trump and Schumer jabbed at each other over the import of the midterm elections - and who will be blamed if a shutdown occurs. Interested in Democratic Party? Pelosi and Schumer both implored Trump not to shutdown the government.
Qualcomm was not pleased by Apple's decision to merely update its phones, releasing a strongly worded statement of its own. Meanwhile, Qualcomm is pushing even harder on Apple, apparently emblazoned by the preliminary injunctions win this week.
Relotius, who is 33 years old and started writing for Der Spiegel in 2011, was not available for comment. Relotius worked as a freelancer for years, writing for several outlets in Germany and overseas .
She is also exploring whether some of those provisions could also be implemented in the House rules for the next Congress . Tim Walz , Minnesota's Democratic governor-elect and member of the House Agriculture Committee, did not vote, nor did U.S.
Mysterious light seen in California sky prompts speculation
KCAL9's Evelyn Taft reports the light is believed to have been ice crystals that formed when a meteor hit the Earth's atmosphere. But controllers called the attempt off about 10 minutes before the planned launch, after noticing an issue with the rocket.
Sanctions will block path to peace, warns North Korea
Trump's tweeted statement came in response, he said, to "many people" asking how the US negotiations with North Korea were going. It was the leader's first public activity in two weeks after visiting a shoe factory in Wonsan earlier this month.
United and PSG set for Champions League showdown
It will be a 50/50 chance when Mauricio Pochettino's side, Tottenham play against surprise Group A winners, Borussia Dortmund. Spanish football pundit and former Real Madrid player and manager Jorge Valdano said: 'Juventus are not happy either.
Google CEO reveals why Trump pops up in 'Idiot'
That piece featured a leaked transcript that seemed to suggest that Google was close to launching the search engine. Pichai explained, "We provide search today for any time you type in a keyword".