National News

  1. Brexit: Boris Johnson warns against 'punishment beatings'

    Boris Johnson tells the EU not to treat the UK's Brexit "escape" like a "World War Two movie".
  2. 'Wheelchair v buggy': Man wins Supreme Court case

    Bus drivers will have to do more to help wheelchair users after a disabled man's court victory.
  3. James Ellington & Nigel Levine 'conscious and stable' after crash

    British sprinters James Ellington and Nigel Levine are "conscious and stable" following a motorbike accident in Spain.
  4. CIA releases 13m pages of declassified documents online

    Intelligence briefings, flying saucer sightings and psychic tests are all part of the archive.
  5. Jackie Kennedy role 'portrait of sorrow'

    The actress says her latest role is "a portrait of grief and incredible sorrow".
  6. Southern rail 'full service' to resume next week

    Train drivers suspend their walkouts, with a full timetable in place on Tuesday, the company says.
  7. Mosul battle: Iraqi army prepares offensive on west of city

    Islamic State militants remain in control of western Mosul, their last urban stronghold in Iraq.
  8. British holidaymakers to be flown out of The Gambia

    Thousands of British holidaymakers are to return to the UK after new Foreign Office advice.
  9. UK schoolgirls inspired by Michelle Obama

    Some of the British schoolgirls who met Michelle Obama in 2015 pay tribute to the outgoing US first lady.
  10. Italy weather: Quakes hit snowbound central regions

    Abruzzo, Lazio and Marche suffer quakes, with tremors felt as far away as Rome.
  11. Leonne Weeks death: Women arrested in Rotherham murder probe

    The 26-year-old's been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender after the death of Leonne Weeks.
  12. Australian Open 2017: Andy Murray through after Dan Evans stuns Marin Cilic

    Britain's Dan Evans stuns seventh seed Marin Cilic at the Australian Open, before Andy Murray also progresses to the third round.
  13. Travelling from China to London

    China has launched a direct rail freight service to London, as part of its drive to develop trade.
  14. On the banks of two majestic US rivers

    Jon Kay talks to people working on the busiest US inland waterway about maintaining the locks, and what Donald Trump could do for them.
  15. Couple 'risk lives' at North Yorkshire rail crossing

    A couple with a toddler "risked their lives" by climbing over a locked level crossing gate near Scarborough, Network Rail have warned.
  16. Tsukiji fish seller: 'My family has sold tuna for 170 years'

    As Tokyo's legendary fish market prepares to move, a third-generation tuna seller tells his story.
  17. Syrian conflict: What's left of Aleppo's Great Mosque?

    The BBC's Jeremy Bowen has visited the site of Aleppo's Umayyad Mosque to see what's left after the war in Syria.
  18. Who is Chelsea Manning?

    President Obama is commuting the 29-year-old's sentence.
  19. Wheelchair user Doug Paulley on winning bus buggy dispute

    Wheelchair user Doug Paulley says the case "will hopefully make a major difference for disabled travellers".
  20. Drone footage shows huge Antarctic ice crack

    Aerial video shows a huge ice crack which is forcing British Antarctic Survey staff to leave their base.
  21. BBC News Channel

    BBC coverage of latest developments as suspect in Berlin market attack is shot dead in Milan.
  22. Family traced after plea over watch from torpedoed SS Athenia

    An appeal for information about the original owner of a watch gifted to a Scottish museum helps reunite members of his family.
  23. Babies remember their birth language - scientists

    Babies learn language in the early months of life, and retain this knowledge, say scientists.
  24. Jeremy Bowen: Families return to the ghost towns of East Aleppo

    Large areas of East Aleppo are like ghost towns, but some families are returning to their old homes or moving into unoccupied buildings, says Jeremy Bowen.
  25. Martin Bashir: 'Unity' call on Reformation anniversary

    The Archbishops of Canterbury and York urge Protestants to "repent" for their part in historical Church divisions.
  26. Gordon Corera: Why was the Zimmerman Telegram so important?

    Marking the 100th anniversary of one of the greatest of all feats of code-breaking
  27. Is free trade good or bad?

    Free trade has been a dominant part of the post-WW2 global economy, but it is now being challenged.
  28. Sophie the Giraffe: How safe is it?

    After mould is reportedly found in the popular children's toy - should parents be worried?
  29. Reality Check: How could customs union deal work?

    Theresa May says she wants an agreement with the customs union but not full membership.
  30. How often do planes fall on houses?

    Plane crashes in residential areas are extremely rare, largely because of the skill of pilots in a crisis.
  31. Inflation means inflation, but who wins?

    Sooner or later, the downward pressure on the pound since the UK's Brexit vote is expected to lead to upward pressure on the prices of most things we buy.
  32. Is it likely that MH370 will ever be found?

    Mystery around flight MH370 may remain after the search was halted, as the BBC's Anna Jones reports.
  33. What is happening at Stormont?

    What has caused the latest political crisis to strike down the Stormont executive?
  34. Is the Philippines' communist insurgency nearly over?

    As both sides meet for talks, could the Philippines' decades-long communist insurgency soon be over?
  35. In pictures: Prize pigeons

    Photographs from inside a Turkish pigeon auction in Sanliurfa.
  36. Week in pictures: 7-13 January 2017

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  37. Africa's top shots: 7 - 13 January 2017

    A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
  38. Keeping the slopes open

    Photographer John Vink captures the work behind the scenes keeping the ski slopes open at Saint Sorlin d'Arves in France.
  39. Australian Open 2017: Nick Kyrgios beaten by Andreas Seppi, Roger Federer through

    Home hope Nick Kyrgios is beaten in five sets by Andreas Seppi at the Australian Open, while Roger Federer reaches the third round.
  40. Heather O'Reilly: Arsenal Ladies sign ex-USA midfielder from Kansas City

    Arsenal Ladies sign former USA midfielder Heather O'Reilly for the 2017 Women's Super League Spring Series.
  41. The secret university

    Iran's Bahai minority is forbidden from studying at university - but they have a way round it, at least until it comes to postgraduate degrees.
  42. Shock of the nude

    The BBC's Siobhann Tighe was unsure what to do when she boarded a bus and sat next to a man watching porn on his mobile phone. Here readers tell their own stories of porn in public.
  43. Looking for $8m ideas

    Internet entrepreneur Charles Chen Yidan is going to award $8m per year to education projects.
  44. Happy 100th

    With more and more people expected to live until 100, how does that affect our working lives?
  45. Brexit speech

    BBC Economics Correspondent Andrew Walker answers your questions on Theresa May's Brexit speech.
  46. Base drop

    A replica of an Arctic basecamp has been set up by a group of leading scientists, as a call to action to global leaders attending the World Economic Forum summit.
  47. The disaster effect

    How Australia's deadliest train crash - 40 years ago on Wednesday - reshaped its response to disasters.
  48. McDosa to go

    The BBC's in-house cartoonist, Kirtish Bhatt, on McDonald's bid to become "more Indian".
  49. May on Brexit: Then and now

    A look back at Theresa May's big Brexit speech - and at what she said before the EU referendum.
  50. 11 key points from the May speech

    Theresa May has revealed more about what Brexit might mean for the UK - here's what we know now.
  51. Clearest idea yet of deal PM wants

    Analysis of Prime Minister Theresa May's speech on Brexit, from the BBC's political correspondent, Ben Wright.
  52. Europe reacts to speech

    Europeans see a "hard" UK Brexit looming - but welcome more British clarity on future EU ties.
  53. Key points from the speech

    Theresa May has set out her negotiation priorities for the UK to leave the European Union.
  54. Trump and the nuclear codes

    What are the checks on a US president launching a strategic nuclear strike?
  55. Melania Trump's hometown celebrates

    Guy Delauney visits Melania Trump's hometown of Sevnica in Slovenia to meet those who knew her.
  56. Who are the figures pushing Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin together?

    Advisers to Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are promoting a stronger relationship between the two.
  57. Trump inauguration boycott escalates

    More than 50 Democrats will miss Mr Trump's inauguration because of his attack on civil rights hero John Lewis.
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