News

  1. Mueller report: Trump 'tried to get special counsel fired'

    Trump tried to get Special Counsel Mueller fired, the just released report into Russia collusion says.
  2. Facebook bans UK far right groups and leaders

    A dozen named groups and individuals will be purged from the social network, it said.
  3. Trainspotting T2 actor Bradley Welsh dies after shooting

    Police confirm that the death of Bradley Welsh in Edinburgh's west end is being treated as murder.
  4. Sophie Gradon: Love Island star took own life

    Former beauty queen Sophie Gradon was found dead by her boyfriend who killed himself days later.
  5. Climate change: Sir David Attenborough warns of 'catastrophe'

    The veteran naturalist's BBC programme on climate change is his strongest warning yet on the threat of rising temperatures.
  6. Mother 'felt suicidal' after baby death news reports

    Holly Eastall says she felt suicidal after being falsely accused of abuse following her baby's death.
  7. Extinction Rebellion: Climate activists 'face full force of law'

    The home secretary speaks out as hundreds of Extinction Rebellion protesters are arrested in London.
  8. Santorini deaths: London teachers killed in buggy crash

    Milly and Toby Savill were on Santorini when the buggy they were in fell into a ravine.
  9. Professional footballers to boycott social media for 24 hours in racism protest

    Footballers will boycott social media for 24 hours on Friday in protest at the way social networks and football authorities respond to racism.
  10. George Alagiah's 'guilt' over disabled toilet use

    The BBC newsreader tells of his guilt at using the toilets with an "invisible disability".
  11. Woman in devil mask filmed throwing acid over house

    People in a Forest of Dean village say there have been a spate of acid attacks on cars in recent months.
  12. London sewers blocked by record-breaking 'concreteberg'

    The 100m-long mass, weighing 105 tonnes, was caused by concrete poured into sewers.
  13. 'My boyfriend's sperm, or a donor's?'

    "Emma" says it is unfair that she faces a deadline to choose how to fertilise her frozen eggs.
  14. Notre-Dame: Family in viral photo found after search

    Brooke Windsor, who took the widely shared photo, says the father wishes to remain anonymous.
  15. Easter travel 2019: Where to avoid on roads and rail

    Most roadworks have been lifted or completed, but rail passengers are warned to plan ahead.
  16. How this date rape wristband can tell if your drink has been spiked

    25-year-old Kim Eisenmann created it after her friend was drugged and found naked in a city park.
  17. 'Real-life James Bond' from Swansea given 007 gravestone

    James Charles Bond, from Swansea, served as a WW2 spy under Bond author Ian Fleming.
  18. Elon Musk swaps shots with Museum of English Rural Life

    The Museum of English Rural Life now appears as Elon Musk on Twitter after he used their sheep picture.
  19. Spider named after The Very Hungry Caterpillar author Eric Carle

    Uroballus carlei, named after Eric Carle, was "previously unknown to science", a spider expert says.
  20. Europe's first underwater restaurant

    Norway's 'Under' combines the disciplines of architecture, marine biology and gastronomy.
  21. Chloë Grace Moretz: 'No age limit' for learning acceptance

    US actress Chloë Grace Moretz on LGBT education and the 'underlying darker tone' of her film career.
  22. The workers juggling careers and caring

    Two women share their stories of juggling senior jobs and being home carers.
  23. BBC News Channel

    Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
  24. A Bulgarian vulture's odyssey into Yemeni war zone

    Nelson was captured by a militia who believed the vulture was transmitting military secrets.
  25. 'The doctor wrote a question mark for my child's sex'

    A child known as Baby A became the subject of a high court case that has prompted Kenya to start changing its approach to intersex children.
  26. Healthcare for the homeless: 'I probably wouldn't be alive without them'

    Life is tough enough for people who are homeless. But who takes care of their health?
  27. Brexit limbo: Hotels, packing boxes and plans on hold for the MEPs

    Their offices are full of boxes, they're living in hotels, and farewell drinks seem a long way off.
  28. Legal dilemma of granting child killers anonymity

    Reporting restrictions apply to children up until the age of 18, but what happens once they become adults?
  29. Nusrat Jahan Rafi: Burned to death for reporting sexual harassment

    Nusrat was set on fire after accusing her headmaster of sexual harassment, but spoke out before dying.
  30. New York City congestion charge - what it can learn from London

    The largest city in the US will charge drivers coming into Manhattan, 18 years after London did the same.
  31. 'My son killed himself after circumcision'

    Why did a young man kill himself two years after being circumcised?
  32. McLeish exits as Scotland head coach after 12 games

    Alex McLeish says he was "grateful for the opportunity" after his second spell as Scotland boss ends after 14 months.
  33. Ireland captain Best to retire after Rugby World Cup

    Ireland and Ulster captain Rory Best will retire after this year's World Cup in Japan.
  34. BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2019 shortlist revealed - vote for your favourite

    The shortlist for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2019 is revealed - and you can vote for your favourite.
  35. Highlights: Manchester United beat Aston Villa 5-0 to earn WSL promotion

    Watch highlights as Manchester United crush Aston Villa 5-0 in the Women's Championship, securing their promotion to the Women's Super League.
  36. Barton 'emphatically' denies assaulting opposition manager

    Fleetwood Town manager Joey Barton says he "emphatically" denies allegations that he assaulted Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel.
  37. Notre-Dame fire: Why the cathedral's beauty wins hearts around the world

    The cathedral has come to symbolise the heart of France since it was built 850 years ago.
  38. Is it OK to rebuild a 12th Century monument with titanium?

    Using modern technology to preserve a medieval building is nothing new in France.
  39. Should bookshops profit from sales of Victor Hugo's novel?

    Publishers of Victor Hugo's iconic Hunchback novel are asked to contribute to the restoration fund.
  40. Close up - a look inside the fire-damaged cathedral

    The scale of the destruction is still unclear, with experts saying reconstruction will take decades.
  41. Notre-Dame fire: How well prepared are UK cathedrals?

    How well prepared are historic buildings on this side of the Channel for a fire?
  42. Why the blaze was so difficult to tackle

    Experts tell the BBC of the challenges fire crews faced as they battled to save the historic building.
  43. The grief that comes from lost buildings

    People around the world share emotional stories about seeing important cultural sights destroyed.
  44. Notre-Dame: The story of the fire in graphics and images

    How the Notre-Dame fire spread and the damage it caused, shown in graphics and images.
  45. Notre-Dame fire: How will the cathedral be restored?

    Experts explain how the 850-year-old building can be saved, after it was ravaged by a major fire.
  46. Notre-Dame cathedral: First look inside fire-damaged building

    Search teams are assessing the damage to the 850-year-old Parisian landmark.
  47. Notre-Dame fire: Paris surveys aftermath of cathedral blaze

    Images from Paris as residents and officials examine the extent of the disastrous fire.
  48. 'I helped test a wonder drug - then I was denied it'

    When Louise Moorhouse took part in a drug trial she was able to eat normally for the first time in her life.
  49. The mental rigours of being US president

    Some of Trump's predecessors were manic depressives, bipolar and even psychopathic, say experts.
  50. Graffiti punished by reading - 'It worked!' says prosecutor

    Two-and-a-half years after five teenagers were sentenced by a court to read a list of books, all are still in education and none has reoffended.
  51. The footballer, the Saudi prince and the proposition

    When a Saudi prince told a Mancunian footballer his feelings, the footballer fled the country.
  52. Islamic State: The women and children no-one wants

    Al-Hol is a Syrian camp that has grown to 70,000 people - inside are the women and children of the jihadist group Islamic State (IS).