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Emergency services are on the scene of a major fire and partial building collapse in New York City.
A long-running study shows dark matter coasts unscathed through galactic collisions, betraying a ghostly lack of interaction with the known Universe.
Yemen's President Hadi arrives in the Saudi capital Riyadh, as Saudi Arabia continues air strikes against Shia Houthi rebels.
Premier League clubs have agreed to share at least £1bn of their record TV rights deal with English football.
Just 17% of England's rivers are judged to be in good health, according to "shocking" figures
Australia captain Michael Clarke is inadvertently asked about sex by a BBC Sport journalist following his side's World Cup semi-final win over India.
England captain Wayne Rooney has warned against putting too much pressure on fellow striker Harry Kane.
MPs debate topics including reforming the Vaccine Payment Act
Police believe loyalists linked to the UDA may have been involved in a series of paramilitary attacks in North Antrim including the murder of Brian McIlhagga in Ballymoney in January.
A man in his 20s is shot in the arms and legs by four masked men in Coleraine, County Londonderry.
Budget airline Easyjet says it will require two crew in the cockpit at all times, after UK airlines are told to review procedures following the Alps crash.
Great Britain will have two men in the world's top 100 as Aljaz Bedene's passport application is successful.
What psychological screening do pilots have to go through?
Chelsea captain John Terry extends his contract at the club until the end of the 2015-16 season.
The police watchdog says it is investigating complaints against 42 South Yorkshire Police officers over the handling of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.
Jean Sebastein Beaud from the mountain police, who arrived at the French Alps site soon after the plane crash, describes the scene as "surreal".
Less than 24 hours after being dropped by the BBC Jeremy Clarkson has already been offered work, in Russia.
The London stock market falls as investors react to a jump in oil prices following airstrikes by Saudi Arabia on rebel targets in Yemen.
A university student in Oklahoma who led a videotaped racist chant that caused a national uproar has apologised.
A US soldier and his cousin are arrested and charged with conspiring to support the Islamic State, the Department of Justice says.