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Reporter Aaron Roach Bridgeman speaks to suspects, police and campaigners.
Utility giant PG&E reaches a settlement over several fires tied to the firm's equipment.
The award-winning actor, best known for playing Rachel's dad in Friends, had a decorated career.
Day seven of BBC Sport's advent calendar looking back at the sporting decade features one of the defining moments in London Marathon history.
Friends of the Earth rates the party above the Greens and Lib Dems in its environment policy survey.
A deadly attack by a Saudi air force member "in no way" represents the kingdom, Donald Trump told.
Party pledges more government funding for amateur football as it eyes a 2030 tournament bid.
The papers had their first wide burst of attention when unveiled in the election campaign by Labour.
They make up 51% of the population but what are the parties offering to women this election?
Specially designed tech is allowing Adam, who has Down's syndrome, to live without in-home carers.
More and more rapes are being reported in India - but how well is the justice system coping?
A selection of news photographs taken around the world this week.
When does something healthy, such as exercise, become an unhealthy obsession? And can apps make things worse?
Some of the big donors pouring pounds into the political parties are an intriguing bunch.
With insect populations in decline, a study shows how gardens can support beetles, spiders and the like.
The use 21 separate electronic record systems in NHS hospitals across England 'could lead to errors'.
Three years after being told he has a terminal illness, rugby legend Doddie Weir refuses to give it an inch.
It wants to electrify UK buses by 2030, but the Tories say Labour would "scrap vital new roads".
Yinka Ilori is a London-based artist whose technicolour work is inspired by his Nigerian heritage.
Saturday's front pages report the TV clash between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn as Storm Atiyah nears.