It’s a go — for now. The Supreme Court has agreed to review President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban in October, overiding two previous federal court rulings that deemed the measure illegal. That means authorities are allowed to enforce most of the order, which temporarily bars travelers from six predominantly Muslim countries. Those with ties to U.S. citizens or organizations will be exempt. Trump hailed the decision — taken during the court’s last day before summer recess — as a “clear victory for our national security,” though it follows months of political turmoil and legal trouble for his administration.