Mufseen Miah, like Harry and Meghan, knows what it's like to walk away from family to be happy.
There is alarm at the speed that stony coral tissue loss disease is killing the Caribbean reef.
The assassination of the Iranian general has set off a chain of consequences, says Jeremy Bowen.
A long sequence involving Andrew Scott had to be re-filmed because of a dodgy prop.
The MoD's "poor management" of the programme has resulted in growing costs and delays, a watchdog finds.
The government is urged to consider restrictions on pay-as-you-go phones to prevent drug dealers using them.
Young people are struggling to get the help they need for mental health problems, says a report.
More than 50 people have been infected with a newly discovered virus.
Jo Daniels is urging more men to donate blood, after figures showed a gender imbalance.
Why do hair salons charge women more for a haircut - and are barbers allowed to turn them away?
The announcement came three years to the day since devolution collapsed in Northern Ireland.
Some retailers had a cracking Christmas, while for some, 2019 was a bit of a turkey.
It was thought VR would be as common as televisions, but despite improvements it is yet to take off.
Householders are getting billed extra for energy they used years ago, despite a ban on the practice.
The fallout after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's announcement dominates Friday's front pages.
Australia legend Shane Warne raises one million Australian dollars (£528,514) for the bushfire appeal after his "baggy green" Test cap is sold at auction.
British bobsledders, who won bronze at the Sochi Winter Olympics, return their medals after "farcical" engraving error.
Vice-President Mike Pence says he thinks Americans are "safer today". Here's what people in Washington DC think.
Tiger Woods will bid to break Sam Snead's PGA Tour record when he competes at the Farmers Insurance Open on 23 January.
Samsung's SelfieType scans finger taps on a table using the smartphone's front camera.