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Sepsis survivor Tom Ray wants better awareness and faster diagnosis of the potentially deadly disease.
Robyn used to drink and smoke marijuana, but says her impending little girl changed her life.
People with lung conditions describe the impact air pollution has on their health.
Cats, shoes, eggs and milkshakes - why people throw things at politicians.
Technology reshapes the workplace in much subtler ways than simply robots stealing jobs.
One is a real estate term. The other is a cookie. US Housing Secretary Ben Carson got them mixed up.
Stretched staff, cavernous premises and the curse of the coupon.
Anxious workers in Scunthorpe are waiting to hear the fate of the UK's second-biggest steel maker.
Personal details for 4,545 TalkTalk customers stolen during a 2015 data breach are accessible online.
Investors are to vote on whether the firm should continue selling its facial ID tech to the police.
The men who play for the Middlesbrough club say it helps give them a sense of belonging.
The BBC met three mothers who have all had their children taken to Lebanon by their former partners.
A new film explores the little-known story of Germany's mixed-race population in the 1930s and 1940s.
Liat Malka was 35 and single when she decided she wanted a child. The sperm donor she found had died five years previously.
How did primary school lessons about equality spark a national outcry?
The show's actresses get considerably less time speaking on screen than the actors, data suggests.
Has the PM's "final desperate attempt" to find a parliamentary majority already backfired?
Thirty-one years after he was left for dead, one of the taxi driver's victims has his day in court.
The retailer is launching a monthly subscription service for fashionistas who are happy to share.
The defence chief says US actions have stopped potential attacks and its policy was of "deterrence".