1. Meghan and Harry: Duchess of Sussex expecting a baby

    The Duchess of Sussex is due to give birth in the spring, Kensington Palace says.
  2. Brexit talks hit 'real problem' over Northern Ireland border

    The UK and EU fail to resolve the Irish border issue ahead of Wednesday's crucial summit.
  3. Trump: Climate change scientists have 'political agenda'

    The US president says he accepts the climate is changing but does not want to "lose millions of jobs".
  4. Dance lessons for the lonely - on the NHS

    GPs in England are to prescribe "social" activities, such as dance and cookery lessons, to tackle loneliness.
  5. Young and black in Northern Ireland

    Young black people talk about what it's like for them living in Northern Ireland.
  6. Cancer lie husband 'stole years of my life'

    Lucy Witchard says David Carroll went as far as to get a friend to phone her, pretending to be a doctor.
  7. Children 'should be weighed up to age 18', report says

    A report by child health experts warns England is falling behind other countries unless policies change.
  8. 'Miss M' awarded damages after suing the man who raped her

    A woman, known as 'Miss M’, won £80,000 in damages in a private civil action from a man who had been cleared of raping her after a night out in Scotland.
  9. Dragons Den star: I owe my success to dyslexia

    Businessman and Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis credits dyslexia for giving him an "advantage".
  10. Yemen could be 'worst famine in 100 years'

    The United Nations is warning up to 13 million people in Yemen are facing starvation.
  11. Storm Callum: Flood clean-up continues in Wales

    Disruption continues after parts of Wales see their worst flooding for 30 years.
  12. New DNA evidence in unsolved murder case

    Lyn Bryant was walking the family dog when she was brutally murdered in a country lane.
  13. Cornwall teenager 'shocked' by photo prize win

    An award winning teenage photographer gives his top tips on taking the perfect picture.
  14. Cannabis in Canada: Who wins and who loses under new law

    Uruguay did it first, now Canada. Who will benefit from the new law change?
  15. The Papers: 'Brexit impasse' and a 'tussle in Brussels'

    The ongoing Brexit negotiations dominate Monday's front pages ahead of this week's crucial summit.
  16. Sophie Cornish: ‘Women, don’t be so hard on yourselves!’

    "Women tend to be their own worst critics," says co-founder Sarah Cornish.
  17. World Conker Champion 'practised for 20 minutes'

    Karen Holloway, 32, from Derby, was declared the overall winner.
  18. Kerala floods: Tribal chief who refuses to leave the forest

    The chief of a dwindling forest tribe in India refuses to abandon his home.
  19. The Venetians trying to reclaim Venice

    Venice has lost more than half its population in the past 50 years. Residents who remain are trying to find solutions to stop the exodus.
  20. Puffin patrol: The children saving Iceland's pufflings

    Puffin populations are struggling, but some young volunteers are coming to their rescue.
  21. World Conker Champions 2018 crowned in Northamptonshire

    About 250 competitors braved wet, cold and blustery conditions to take part.
  22. BBC News Channel

    BBC coverage of latest developments
  23. How chemical weapons have helped bring Assad close to victory

    A BBC investigation has found that at least 106 chemical attacks have taken place since mid-2014.
  24. Elvis Costello revives an old friend on his new album Look Now

    The post punk singer shares his new album, the 31st of his career, which features collaborations with Burt Bacharach and Carole King.
  25. The people using the ocean to wash their anxieties away

    Meet the people who use the ocean to anchor their mind.
  26. The puzzle of the people least likely to vote Tory

    The UK's growing non-white population could be decisive in choosing who governs in future.
  27. 'We're proud of our scars too'

    Princess Eugenie unapologetically displaying her scar at her wedding has inspired our readers.
  28. Five things to know for the week ahead

    Your Monday briefing on the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.
  29. 'The lucky ones were often terrorised'

    The plight of refugees fleeing war inspired Scottish businessman Charlie MacGregor to set up a charity to try to help.
  30. US and the British royals: A long-distance love affair

    An exhibition of royal portraiture has come to Texas from London, offering clues to a longstanding fascination.
  31. How to protect reporters on Afghanistan's deadly front line

    The race to be first to the scene must be balanced with care and protection, writes the BBC's Najiba Feroz.
  32. Scotland 1-3 Portugal: 'I have to stand up and be brave' - Alex McLeish

    Alex McLeish says he will need to "stand up and be brave" as the pressure increases on the Scotland manager.
  33. Spain v England: Gareth Southgate says World Cup players 'lacking freshness'

    Premier League players have suffered because the competition started "so early" after the World Cup, says England boss Gareth Southgate.
  34. BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year 2018: Top 10 revealed

    Learn more about the 10 athletes named on the shortlist for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year 2018.
  35. Aaron Ramsey out for Wales against Republic of Ireland due to 'family reasons'

    Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is to miss Wales' Uefa Nations League game against the Republic of Ireland for "family reasons".
  36. Croatia v England: Meet the fans who travelled for behind-closed-doors game

    BBC Sport joins a group of England fans on a road trip to Croatia as they try to see the Nations League game played behind closed doors.
  37. Usain Bolt questions why he is being drug tested as he is not yet a professional footballer

    Usain Bolt questions why he has received a notice for a drugs test from Australia's anti-doping authority, saying he is not yet a professional footballer.
  38. You're on the verge of losing everything - but you don’t understand why

    A run of bad luck left one man struggling to make sense of the UK benefits system - and at risk of losing his home.