1. White Island volcano: Rescuer tells of 'Chernobyl'-like scene

    A paramedic who saved tourists says conditions were like something from "the Chernobyl mini-series".
  2. General election 2019: Jonathan Ashworth insists Jeremy Corbyn criticism was 'banter'

    The shadow health secretary says he was "joshing" in a secret recording leaked by a Tory friend.
  3. UK economic growth slowest since early 2009

    The economy sees the weakest three months for more than a decade and the worst October since mid-2012.
  4. Roxette singer Marie Fredriksson dies, aged 61

    The singer, whose hits included The Look and It Must Have Been Love, had had a brain tumour.
  5. Czech shooting: Gunman kills six at hospital in Ostrava

    The man opened fire at the hospital in Ostrava before going on the run and shooting himself dead.
  6. General election 2019: Parties concentrate on key messages as election day nears

    The Tories attack Labour's spending plans and warn of a hung Parliament, while Labour focuses on the NHS.
  7. Drugs and guns found on Juice Wrld's jet, police say

    Police in Chicago say the rapper suffered a seizure as they questioned his entourage in an airport.
  8. Myanmar Rohingya: Suu Kyi to defend genocide charge at UN court

    The UN's top court is hearing allegations of atrocities committed against the Rohingya people.
  9. Ted Baker bosses resign as firm issues profit warning

    The chief executive and executive chairman at the High Street fashion retailer are to step down.
  10. Man arrested in Bristol over suspected terror offences

    The 33-year-old is arrested at a property in Bristol as part of a planned operation, police say.
  11. Falklands veteran 'forced out over sexuality' will get medal back

    Joe Ousalice was discharged in 1993 when there was a ban on LGBT people in the armed forces.
  12. Plane spins on runway during emergency landing in Costa Rica

    The pilot warned his passengers before he brought the plane down in Costa Rica.
  13. The secrets of 'food porn' viral videos

    Is the fashion for filming calorie-saturated food videos encouraging unhealthy eating?
  14. This Morning's Phil and Holly deny claims of a rift

    The presenting duo tell Newsbeat people are 'mistaken' if they think there's a problem with their relationship.
  15. Golden Globes criticised for all-male director nominees

    After the release of another all-male nominee list for Best Director at the Golden Globes, we look at why women are not getting accolades in directing
  16. The papers: 'Volcano horror' and 'war' over boy on A&E floor

    Fears for Britons after the New Zealand eruption and a hospital election row lead the front pages.
  17. Llangollen steam rail line nears opening as 45-year track work ends

    Volunteers have been working since the 1970s to rebuild a railway line between two towns.
  18. Stockton's universal basic income scheme

    Stockton in California is providing poor residents with a universal basic income, but could it work nationally?
  19. Joe Biden's campaign trail across Iowa

    The Democrat candidate and former vice-president has been travelling across Iowa to rally support.
  20. Poland's model gingerbread village lights up for Christmas

    More than 30 artists and bakers in Poland create model houses, castles, people and working trains.
  21. Why can't this doctor work in the UK?

    An refugee doctor would love to work in the UK, and the NHS would love to have him - but there's a hitch.
  22. Do apostrophes still matter?

    The end of the Apostrophe Society has sparked debate over the modern state of grammar.
  23. General election 2019: A really simple guide

    The UK's main parties are gearing up for a general election on 12 December.
  24. Sanna Marin: The rising star set to lead Finland's 5.5 million

    Sanna Marin, who at 34 will be at the head of a coalition of female leaders in Finland.
  25. The Strokes: A tale of two Fabrizio Morettis

    The Strokes drummer and the art dealer join forces for a curious new Sotheby's art installation.
  26. Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed: Inside the mind of this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner

    Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has published a book outlining his philosophy of "medemer".
  27. White Island: The privately owned New Zealand volcano that is always active

    Experts explain the history of New Zealand's White Island and why tourists were there when it erupted.
  28. Should children watch toy unboxing videos?

    Millions of kids are watching toy unboxing videos in the run-up to Christmas. Should parents be concerned?
  29. Brian Cox: Why I've been exploring our scientific past

    The science broadcaster explains why he's been delving into the lives of some extraordinary scientists.
  30. 'I slept in a cupboard for three months'

    Entrepreneur Mathias Mikkelsen was so desperate to get into a 'hacker house' he slept in a closet.
  31. Ukraine: Paris talks with Russia aim to end eastern conflict

    The first face-to-face talks between the leaders of Russia and Ukraine will take place in Paris.
  32. General election 2019: What was England like at the last December poll?

    The last UK general election to be held in December was in 1923. What were the issues for voters?
  33. Universal credit claimants one year on

    Many people are out of pocket after a five-week wait for their first benefit payment, charities say.
  34. Group B Strep: ‘A common bug could have killed my baby’

    A mother whose baby got meningitis because of Group B Strep says all pregnant women should be tested.
  35. The Tiger Who Came To Tea: Judith Kerr story heads to TV

    The Tiger Who Came To Tea heads for the small screen, 50 years after Judith Kerr's book was written.
  36. Seychelles: The island nation with a novel way to tackle climate change

    The Seychelles has swapped 5% of its national debt for a cash injection to fight climate change and save its ocean.
  37. Klopp prepared for Salzburg 'final' as Liverpool seek to reach last 16

    European champions Liverpool need a point away at Red Bull Salzburg on Tuesday to be sure of a place in the Champions League last 16.
  38. 'If you break the rules unintentionally, it's not cheating' - Reed dismisses accusations

    American Patrick Reed says he should not be called a cheat after receiving a two-stroke penalty last week for improving the lie of his ball.
  39. Newcastle offer free half-season tickets to help fill St James' Park

    Newcastle are offering season ticket holders a free additional half-season ticket to gift to fellow supporters to help fill St James' Park.
  40. West Ham manager Pellegrini 'not worried about relegation'

    West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini is "not worried about relegation" from the Premier League even though his side are above the bottom three by only a point.
  41. Russia banned for four years to include 2020 Olympics and 2022 World Cup

    Russia is handed a four-year ban from all major sporting events - including the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics - by the World Anti-Doping Agency.
  42. Eli Manning throws 55-yard touchdown to Darius Slayton in New York Giants loss to Philadelphia Eagles

    Quarterback Eli Manning returns to the New York Giants with a 55-yard touchdown to Darius Slayton but cannot stop his side losing 27-20 to the Philadelphia Eagles.
  43. General election 2019: Question Time under-30s fact-checked

    Representatives of seven parties face an audience of under-30s on national television.
  44. 11 charts on why the NHS matters in this election

    The NHS will be at the centre of the major parties election campaigns, but why is it so important?
  45. General election 2019: The campaign's most controversial numbers

    The Reality Check team navigates the most questionable figures that have come out of the election campaign.
  46. General election 2019: One sick boy and the NHS (Monday's election news)

    The PM was criticised after refusing to look at a photo of a boy being treated on the floor of a Leeds hospital - here's what happened.
  47. The 12 key policies in the SNP manifesto

    The SNP election manifesto has been launched. What are its most eye-catching promises?
  48. Election blind dates: Owen Jones and Nimco Ali

    What happens when two people from across the political divide are brought together for dinner?
  49. General election 2019: NHS policy check - what to look out for

    If you care about what the parties are promising on the NHS, here are some key issues to watch for.
  50. Poll tracker: How do the parties compare?

    Our poll tracker measures how people say they are going to vote at the next general election.
  51. Who should I vote for? Compare party manifestos

    Compare where the parties stand on key issues - from Brexit and the NHS to education and the environment.
  52. What action is being promised on climate change?

    It's the greenest election campaign ever - but how much are the parties promising on climate change?
  53. Election 2019: Will there be checks between Great Britain and NI?

    Boris Johnson has claimed only goods passing through on their way to the Irish Republic would be checked.