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Helen Gittos lost her baby Harriet when she was eight days old, and she believes the death was preventable.
The trial suggested more people fitted with stents were dying after three years than those given surgery.
The row over a Newsweek opinion piece comes as jurors start deliberations in the trial.
Khawaja Anwar, 82, was "left for hours in his own urine and faeces" at the Royal Liverpool Hospital.
West Ham co-chairman David Gold apologises for liking a social media post that described the late Caroline Flack as "weak".
It was one of several monuments in Plymouth that was vandalised on Monday morning.
The idea that came out of a US competition to improve the way we predict world events.
The chief negotiator says the UK's "particular proximity" to the bloc rules out a similar agreement.
Researchers describe the first "articulated" remains of a Neanderthal to be discovered in a decade.
A woman tells how her beloved pet kept sniffing the right side of her head before two brain tumours were diagnosed.
The US space agency's next rover will hunt for life's traces among the rocks of the Red Planet.
The targeted man "showed great bravery," says South Wales Police.
The presenter's death has prompted calls for people to "be kind" on social media and in the press.
Salford Red Devils' Rhys Williams talks about becoming a viral sensation and his comparisons to footballer Mohamed Salah, after his try against Toronto Wolfpack went "global".
As Formula 1 prepares for a new season, we asked for your questions about what 2020 holds for the sport, Lewis Hamilton and you...
The former New York mayor has qualified to take part in a Democratic debate for the first time.
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min will be sidelined for a "number of weeks" after fracturing his arm during Sunday's 3-2 win at Aston Villa.
England prop Mako Vunipola will miss Sunday's Six Nations game against Ireland after returning to Tonga for family reasons.
England Women's coach Phil Neville gives Grace Fisk her first senior call-up as he names a young squad for their SheBelieves Cup defence in March.
A bodybuilder, a watercolour artist and a film director are amongst those who have died in Wuhan.