Antibiotic resistance plan to fight 'urgent' global threat
Ministers want drug firms to develop new antibiotics and to stop people overusing of existing ones.
Brexit: Jargon-busting guide to the key terms
From Article 50 to Backstop, find out what the key terms mean.
Brexit: Theresa May to meet union leaders for talks
The PM continues meetings over her deal as the chancellor promotes the UK to businesses in Davos.
Facebook 'sorry' for distressing suicide posts on Instagram
It comes after it emerged a teenage girl took her own life after viewing disturbing content online.
Prince William says celebrities shunned mental health charity
The Duke of Cambridge tells business leaders that stars didn't want to be associated with mental illness.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd hands himself in to police
Jack Shepherd, who killed his date in a boat crash, has been in the Georgian capital Tbilisi since March.
UK government pays damages to 33 Cypriot pensioners
A group of Cypriots who claimed they were tortured by British forces in the 1950s win £1m damages.
Sex offenders: Public not protected enough, say inspectors
Some sex offenders were put in budget hotels after leaving prison - rather than monitored bail hostels.
Man charged over Bearwood PCSO police chase death
Holly Burke, 28, was off duty when her car was struck by a vehicle involved in a police pursuit.
Two people dead after Liverpool house fire
The blaze has been extinguished by firefighters and is currently not being treated as suspicious.
US shutdown: Trump says Pelosi 'afraid of the truth'
The president says he will deliver the State of the Union speech next week despite calls to postpone it.
'Criminals escaping justice' due to IT system
The system used by nine forces regularly crashes, causing cases to be dropped, officers say.
The Papers: Fugitive held and plane tragedy fallout
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd and the disappearance of Emiliano Sala's plane make the front pages.
Knife crime: 'I'll never forget the day I found out what happened to Michael?'
In November 2017, 16-year-old Jhemar Jonas's brother Michael was stabbed to death in south London. Nobody has been convicted of the 17-year-old's murder.
Vatican II: How a modernising Pope brought change for millions of Catholics
In 1959 Pope John XXIII called all the world’s Catholic bishops and cardinals to Rome to discuss the future of the Church, it led to sweeping reform.
Naomi Osaka: Noodle company apologises for 'white-washing'
The Haitian-Japanese tennis player's appearance in an advert sparks a conversation over race in Japan.
A bridge ending centuries of commuter chaos
The 1.9km structure spanning the River Gambia is set to revolutionise trade with Senegal.
Eurovision Song Contest 2019: BBC reveals this year's hopefuls
Three songs and six contestants are vying to represent the UK at Eurovision. Here's how they sound.
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BBC coverage of latest developments
Oscars 2019: Five female-directed films that were missed
Women are absent from the best director category at the Oscars this year.
Drop-off baby boxes: Can they help save lives in the US?
Certain US states are permitting anonymous baby hatches where newborns can be left as a "last resort".
'Super poo donors' wanted
Some people appear to have extra special poo, rich in good bugs, that could help mend sick patients.
Macedonia and Greece: Why this 27-year row may be about to end
Macedonia's name has been a running sore with its neighbour ever since it came into existence in 1991.
Davos 2019: How dining in the dark can open your eyes
An evening meal in pitch darkness is the surprising hot ticket at this year's World Economic Forum.
Teachers tired of pointless emails
Teachers say they can't stay up all night answering individual email queries from parents.
Oscars 2019: Why Black Panther win would be a 'big surprise'
Radio 1 film critic Ali Plumb explains why superhero films don't pick up the big award at the Oscars.
'R. Kelly insisted I have a sex trainer'
For two years Asante McGee was R. Kelly's girlfriend. Then she went to live in his house in Georgia. She lasted three weeks.
England in West Indies: James Anderson takes four wickets to boost tourists
James Anderson takes four wickets in the final session to swing the first Test in England's favour on day one against West Indies in Barbados.
Manchester City reach Carabao Cup final with 10-0 aggregate win over Burton Albion
Manchester City reach the Carabao Cup final by completing a 10-0 aggregate win over League One Burton in their semi-final.
Sala search suspended for night - 'no hope' of finding missing footballer alive
Police say a nine-hour search finds no trace of the plane carrying Emiliano Sala and a pilot.
Highlights: Serena Williams knocked out of Australian Open by Karolina Pliskova after holding match points
Serena Williams misses four match points as Czech seventh seed Karolina Pliskova wins the final six games to reach the Australian Open semi-finals in Melbourne.
Greek youngster Tsitsipas expects to do 'something good' against Nadal
Stefanos Tsitsipas feels he "can do something good" against 17-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open semi-final.
Rangers beaten by goal from Kilmarnock's Jones - who will join them in summer
Jordan Jones scores the winner against the club he will join this summer, as Kilmarnock came from behind to beat Rangers and move into second place in the Scottish Premiership.
Gonzalo Higuain: Chelsea complete loan move for Juventus striker
Chelsea complete the signing of Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain on loan for the remainder of the season.
A really simple guide to Brexit
Feeling a little lost about what's going on with Brexit? Here's our basic guide.
The backstop in two minutes
Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.
Brexit: What does no deal mean?
There's still no certainty over an agreement for the UK's departure from the EU.
The customs union
Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.
What could happen next?
Theresa May has won a no confidence vote in her government. But with her Brexit plan defeated, what now?
'The bed that saved me from the Taliban'
On 20 January 2018 Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul that was popular with foreign guests - Vasileios Vasileiou was one of them.
'Why I wanted a tattoo on my mastectomy scar'
Kris Hallenga was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but beat the odds. Her scar is part of her body art.
How will history judge President Trump?
Two years into a history-defying presidency, the BBC's Nick Bryant assesses how Donald Trump may be remembered.
The North Korean women who had to escape twice
Trafficked into the sex industry after defecting from North Korea, two young women spent years in captivity.