1. Hospital cuts planned in most of England

    Hospital services in nearly two-thirds of England could be cut or scaled back, BBC analysis shows.
  2. Heterosexual couple lose civil partnership challenge

    Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan want to have a civil partnership instead of a marriage.
  3. Melbourne plane crash: Five killed as aircraft hits shopping centre

    Four US citizens and an Australian pilot died when their light aircraft came down on a shopping centre.
  4. Trump names Lt Gen HR McMaster as national security adviser

    Lt Gen HR McMaster replaces Gen Michael Flynn, who was fired after just three weeks.
  5. HSBC shares slide after 62% profit fall

    One-off charges, including pulling out of Brazil, hit the global banking giant's annual results.
  6. Islamic State: Battle for Mosul by land and air

    While so-called Islamic State rules the road, Iraqi forces control the skies in the battle for Mosul, as the BBC's Quentin Sommerville reports.
  7. Mary Berry 'stands by' Paul Hollywood after Bake Off move

    The former Bake Off judge also admits the one thing she didn't like about the show.
  8. David Cassidy: Ex-Partridge Family idol says he has dementia

    He forgot the words to classic songs and appeared physically unstable at concerts last weekend.
  9. Trump state visit: Protests as MPs debate petition

    Protests take place in London as MPs debate whether Donald Trump should be given a state visit to the UK.
  10. Teacher shortage getting worse, say MPs

    The government is failing to tackle "significant teacher shortages"' in England, MPs say.
  11. Snail venom compound 'offers chronic pain therapy'

    It could open the door to a new type of medicine for preventing and treating pain.
  12. Children's hospital is first to be rated 'outstanding'

    Birmingham Children's Hospital, criticised for failings eight years ago, now declared "outstanding" by inspectors.
  13. MPs attack ministers' lack of action on gender pay gap

    The Women and Equalities Committee calls government response inadequate and deeply disappointing.
  14. Victoria Derbyshire

    BBC coverage of latest developments
  15. Light plane crashes into Melbourne shopping complex

    A plane carrying five people has crashed into a Melbourne shopping complex, Australian authorities say.
  16. Syria crisis: Footage shows girl 'Aya' rescue

    Footage released by Syria Civil Defence shows a girl being pulled alive from rubble, apparently in Damascus amid reported air strikes.
  17. Kim Jong-nam killing: Footage shows airport 'attack'

    Footage from an airport in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is said to show the moments before Kim Jong-nam died.
  18. Scientists 'solve' the ketchup problem

    A super-slippery coating for bottles could make getting liquids out much easier, US scientists say.
  19. Angelina Jolie exclusive: Cooking bugs in Cambodia

    Angelina Jolie and her family try some of Cambodia's delicacies.
  20. Steve Hewlett: Eddie Mair announces broadcaster's death

    Eddie Mair of BBC Radio 4's PM programme announces the death of fellow Radio 4 presenter Steve Hewlett.
  21. David Baddiel on impact of dad's dementia

    Comedian David Baddiel has made a documentary about the impact of his father's rare form of dementia.
  22. Breast cancer diagnosed after breastfeeding problem

    When her baby boy stopped breastfeeding, Sarah Boyle insisted on a hospital scan.
  23. Newspaper headlines: 'Business rates battle' and the £6bn bill

    Accusations over the proposed changes to business rates make the front pages.
  24. The woman who's baking big news stories

    The Nobel Prize, viral videos, Beyonce's pregnancy photo... Amber Spiegel has covered them all - on cookies.
  25. Singapore 'fire rainbow' cloud phenomenon lights up sky

    The multi-coloured glow appeared in the late afternoon, to the delight of people in the city-state.
  26. Sea worm festival

    Thousands of people gathered in Seger Beach in Indonesia to catch and eat sea worms, a symbol of prosperity.
  27. A modern point of view

    LensCulture has announced the winners of its annual Exposure Awards, showcasing the best in contemporary photography.
  28. Week in pictures: 11-17 February 2017

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  29. Africa's top shots

    A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
  30. Love

    Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Love".
  31. Faster drugs?

    How cloud computing is speeding up the development of potentially life-saving drugs.
  32. Accessing the world

    Brazilian Ricardo Shimosakai is a tourist agent who specialises in finding holiday packages for people with mobility issues.
  33. Thaw on pause

    The new Trump presidency could have profound implications for US relations with Iran, says the BBC's Kambiz Fattahi.
  34. Blurred lines

    Meet the London Fashion Week designers using clothes to shape how we see gender.
  35. Grunge's greatest icon

    Kurt Cobain would have been 50 today. Here are six reasons why we still love him
  36. Walls of sound

    Forty blue plaques will be unveiled on BBC Music Day this year - and you can decide who gets one.
  37. Gunners in sight

    Meet Sutton United's team as they prepare to take on Arsenal in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
  38. Amy's Place

    Amy's Place is the UK's only recovery house dedicated to helping young women overcome their addictions.
  39. Who are 'Antifa'?

    In a divided America, two groups at the extreme ends of the political spectrum are doing battle online, and on the streets.
  40. Battle for western Mosul will be toughest fight yet

    Losing its most cherished prize will present IS with an existential challenge, says Renad Mansour.
  41. Tim Harford: Computing's hidden hero

    The story behind the compiler, a remarkable innovation that made modern computing possible.
  42. Jonathan Marcus: US and Europe weigh each other up

    Vice-President Mike Pence represents the new Donald Trump administration at the Munich Security Conference.
  43. Met Police Commissioner: Who will be Britain's next top cop?

    The UK's next top police officer will be chosen on Wednesday - who are the contenders?
  44. Who is internet 'supervillain' Milo Yiannopoulos?

    Internet "supervillain" Milo Yiannopoulos is dropped from a conference and has a book deal cancelled.
  45. Does Silicon Valley have a sexism problem?

    As taxi app Uber faces claims of workplace sexism, is harassment really rife in Silicon Valley?
  46. 'Enemies of the people': Trump remark echoes history's worst tyrants

    The US president calls the media "enemies of the people" - a phrase favoured by Stalin and Mao.
  47. Unilever: Profile of a consumer goods giant

    Profile of Unilever, the business behind brands from Marmite to Pot Noodle and Persil.
  48. Ecuador election: Who will succeed Rafael Correa?

    Ecuadoreans vote for a new leader as President Rafael Correa ends his term after a decade in power.
  49. Reality Check: Are there more winners than losers on business rates?

    Some businesses will see their rates change on 1 April 2017.
  50. Reality Check: Four claims in Tony Blair's speech

    How do the former prime minister's assertions stack up?
  51. Pakistan's bloody week: Who is really to blame?

    The Pakistani military points the finger at Afghanistan and India, but some believe the answer is more complex.
  52. Kevin Pietersen says IPL auction is a 'slap in Test cricket's face'

    Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen says the IPL auction on Monday delivered "another slap in Test cricket's face".
  53. FA Cup: Sutton players will go down in history for FA Cup run, says manager

    Sutton's players will "go down in history" despite missing out on a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals, says manager Paul Doswell.
  54. Bullying accusations: No excuse for not making athlete welfare a priority - UK Sport

    UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl warns there is "no excuse" for failing to prioritise athlete welfare on the eve of a report into British Cycling.