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Addressing thousands of supporters in Florida, the president hails a "great political movement".
Pacific Gas & Electric Corp are facing billions of dollars worth of lawsuits over the fires.
Scientists in Dundee will test thousands of drug combinations to find a way to stop sperm working.
The amount of alcohol per adult bought in Scotland last year fell to its lowest level since records began.
Accused of being a communist, Guatemala's president was toppled in a US-led coup
Young people with learning disabilities share their experiences and thoughts for the future.
A complex system of beliefs and social identities was oversimplified by colonisers, writes Sanjoy Chakravorty.
Danny Boyle's film cancels the Fab Four, but makes an actor of Ed Sheeran and a UK-Asian rock star.
From Bermuda and the Azores to Ireland and France, large numbers of shoes are washing ashore.
Daniel Nwosu, 22, has only just revealed to his mates the impact of living with sickle cell disease.
One Filipino mother's worst fears were realised when her unvaccinated children caught measles.
Stephen Schwarzman, a confidant of President Trump, makes the largest ever donation to a UK university.
Women know too little about alcohol's role in increasing breast cancer risk, a study suggests.
How did the candidates for Conservative leader fare in the BBC's Our Next Prime Minister debate?
Watch all the best bits from day 12 of the Women's World Cup featuring Marta's history-making goal and incredible scenes after Jamaica score their first ever World Cup goal.
Social media companies know approval can be addictive, so how should we manage the compulsion to be liked?
The royal couple have sent their best wishes to the elderly woman, 83, who is in a serious condition.
It is thought thousands of children were born as a result of rape during the 1994 genocide.
Why some people aren't happy that words like 'burger' and 'sausage' are being used to describe vegan products.
Poverty among those who are working has risen, but many more people are now in work, research indicates.