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Under the new law, people can choose to have their body turned into soil after their death.
Chelsea's new £58m forward Christian Pulisic wants to reach the same level as Eden Hazard - and hopes to play alongside the Belgian next season.
Alabama banned all abortions but what does that mean for women across the US going forward?
The Judoon were last seen terrorising David Tennant's incarnation as the doctor, in 2007.
Nike and Adidas are among 170 firms who claim higher tariffs are 'catastrophic' for consumers.
David Davies, who wears a body camera because of abuse, is also called a traitor outside Parliament.
World champion Lewis Hamilton has paid tribute to Niki Lauda by saying he was "a bright light in my life".
The PM wants MPs them to vote on what she says is a "new" Brexit deal - but what exactly has changed?
Like giant lawnmowers, more than a dozen twisters hit Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, including two at once.
England have "the best opportunity in my time" to win the World Cup this summer, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
A Tesco clubcard and national insurance card were among those posted to Becca Milsom.
Change UK has spent more than £60,000 in the past week on the platform, while UKIP spent under £100.
"Born Anxious" is a clothing label with designs aimed at autistic children.
Theresa May says MPs will get a vote on whether to hold another referendum if they back her bill.
Helen Housby has journeyed from a farm in Cumbria to becoming one of the best shooters in world netball - can her story take another dramatic turn at this summer's World Cup?
Their battles on the track defined motor racing in the 1970s, and were immortalised in the film Rush.
Paul Kirkpatrick was speaking at the inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal.
England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs calls for more research into the links between anterior cruciate ligament injuries and menstrual cycles.
West Bromwich Albion's Brendon Batson, Laurie Cunningham and Cyrille Regis get a statue.
From World Cup possible to certainty in the space of three games, the multi-talented Jofra Archer has impressed on and off the field.