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10/19/2017 07:57 AM
Top aide defends Trump over widow remarks
The US president's chief of staff rails against a politician who claimed Mr Trump was insensitive to a grieving war widow.
10/19/2017 07:43 AM
Eni Aluko: Lee Kendall investigated over behaviour towards striker
England women's goalkeeping coach Lee Kendall is being investigated by the FA for alleged "unacceptable behaviour towards Eni Aluko".
10/19/2017 07:31 AM
Crvena Zvezda 0-1 Arsenal
Olivier Giroud's stunning late strike gives Arsenal victory at 10-man Crvena Zvezda as they retain control of their Europa League group.
10/19/2017 06:32 AM
Catalonia crisis: Spain moves to suspend autonomy
Spain is to begin the process of imposing direct rule on Catalonia after a disputed independence vote.
10/19/2017 06:06 AM
Anger over Mogadishu bomb attack boils over into streets
A red bandana becomes the symbol of protest in Mogadishu as Somalis protest at Saturday's bombing.
10/19/2017 04:57 AM
Brexit: EU leaders seek Brexit talks progress
Leaders gather for a crunch summit as the UK faces EU calls to do more to break the deadlock.
10/19/2017 04:29 AM
'It's all got to change' after Weinstein
Tom Hanks talks to the BBC about the Harvey Weinstein scandal, saying there will now be a "sea change" in Hollywood.
10/19/2017 04:24 AM
Penny Lancaster says she was sexually assaulted
The model and wife of Rod Stewart says her attacker was someone she worked with as a teenager.
10/19/2017 04:12 AM
Gary Neville: FA needs radical reform but top bosses should keep their jobs
Former England defender Gary Neville says the Football Association needs complete reform but bosses Greg Clarke, Martin Glenn and Dan Ashworth 'shouldn't lose their jobs'.
10/19/2017 03:56 AM
The letters Obama sent to college girlfriend
A series of angst-laden letters from the early 1980s paint a portrait of a young Barack Obama.
10/19/2017 03:50 AM
Fernando Alonso: McLaren driver signs new contract for 2018 season
Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso will remain at McLaren for the 2018 season after signing a new deal.
10/19/2017 03:49 AM
Norfolk Police could axe all PCSOs
Norfolk Police said the "radical plans" were an attempt to improve efforts to tackle violent crime.
10/19/2017 03:36 AM
Storm Brian: Strong winds set to hit British Isles
The Atlantic storm is due to hit parts of the UK and the Republic of Ireland on Saturday morning.
10/19/2017 02:58 AM
Grammar school A-level row head suspended
The head of a school where some pupils were stopped from taking A-levels, is suspended.
10/19/2017 02:51 AM
Premier League: No Christmas Eve fixtures for English top flight
No Premier League games will take place on Christmas Eve after none of 23 December's games were moved there for live television coverage.
10/19/2017 01:57 AM
When does flirting become sexual harassment?
The line between flirtation and harassment is a fine - and often blurred - one.
10/19/2017 01:26 AM
Warning over stag selfies with Wollaton Park deer
A wildlife photographer says one man posed behind a stag's antlers at Wollaton Park in Nottingham.
10/19/2017 12:54 AM
Norway massacre: 'We could hear the gunshots getting closer'
Lisa Marie Husby recalls the day Anders Breivik opened fire as she sat with students attending a summer camp in Norway.
10/19/2017 12:23 AM
Elsie Scully-Hicks' injuries 'typical' of 'being shaken'
The 18-month-old allegedly killed by her adoptive father died following "a single event", a court hears.
10/19/2017 12:22 AM
Cambridge Uni students get Shakespeare trigger warnings
Cambridge University students are given "trigger alerts" that they might be upset by some text.
10/18/2017 11:54 PM
The good dog who is bad at sniffing out bombs
US agency posts a series of tweets explaining why a four-legged operative was relieved from duty
10/18/2017 11:39 PM
Is Jennifer Lawrence's nude line-up common practice?
A casting director says Jennifer Lawrence's experience is not representative of the acting industry.
10/18/2017 11:35 PM
How Harrison inspired children to have healthy lifestyle
A 12-year-old boy from the West Midlands has been announced as one of BBC Radio 1's teen heroes.
10/18/2017 11:08 PM
Jacinda Ardern becomes New Zealand's youngest woman leader
The Labour leader, who came second in September's polls, will head a centre-left coalition.
10/18/2017 09:44 PM
Smacking to be banned in Scotland
The move would make the country the first part of the UK to outlaw the physical punishment of children.
10/18/2017 09:26 PM
Reality Check: Is crime up or down?
Crime statistics are regularly disputed so here's what the numbers mean.
10/18/2017 07:27 PM
The Premier League Show: Is Burnley away form down to luck, or a structure and a plan?
Some statistics show Burnley are somehow winning away games despite being battered, but is their form on the road actually down to a structure and a plan?
10/18/2017 06:25 PM
Whale in beach grave to be dug up in Australia
Buried whale to be dug up by Australian authorities over shark fears.
10/18/2017 05:54 PM
Tom Karen: Meet the man who designed the 70s
Tom Karen found fame after he designed the Raleigh Chopper bike.
10/18/2017 05:13 PM
Harold the dove sees off strangers in Long Stratton street
The bird has been known to pursue postal workers delivering to houses in Long Stratton, Norfolk.
10/18/2017 01:20 PM
'He hid in a cupboard - we just couldn't get him to school'
When Evelyn and Tony adopted Ryan at the age of seven, his special needs were not immediately apparent.
10/18/2017 01:05 PM
Philip Pullman: Rules of writing from man behind His Dark Materials
The author gives his tricks of the trade to the BBC ahead of the publication of La Belle Sauvage.
10/18/2017 12:48 PM
Universal credit: My five-year-old searched bins for food
Some people are left near-destitute due to flaws in the benefits system, the Victoria Derbyshire programme is told.
10/18/2017 12:08 PM
Hundreds of families block organ donation
Legally, consent lies with the deceased, but in practice, relatives' wishes are always respected.
10/18/2017 12:03 PM
Brexit: How are the talks really progressing?
After five rounds of talks, the two sides are making competing claims about progress. How much has really been made?
10/18/2017 11:46 AM
'Death Island': Britain's 'concentration camp' in Russia
British soldiers opened the first concentration camp in Russia in 1918, during World War One. To locals it was known as "Death Island".
10/18/2017 11:43 AM
100 Women: The pink bus designed to protect women from harassment
Authorities in one city in Turkey have put pink women-only buses in service, designed to protect female passengers from harassment.
10/18/2017 11:35 AM
Bletchley Park quiz - Are you a codebreaker?
As a Bletchley Park book of brainteasers is released, test your knowledge of the home of WW2 codebreakers.
10/18/2017 11:31 AM
Myanmar Rohingya: What you need to know about the crisis
Who are they, why are they fleeing from Myanmar and what is the international community doing?
10/18/2017 11:16 AM
What does China's congress think of Kim Jong-un?
Getting views on Kim Jong-un proved quite a challenge for our correspondent at the Communist Party Congress.
10/17/2017 09:04 PM
Tim Loughton: The MP who loves being in hot water
Tim Loughton says a long soak is the best way "to relax and compose my thoughts for the day ahead".
09/14/2017 09:16 PM
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