After five years in development, the makers of a circular phone say it is nearly ready for launch.
Buckingham Palace was "blindsided" by Prince Harry and Meghan's decision to step back from their roles.
A vigil is held for Iran plane crash victims in Toronto, where many of them were travelling to.
The BBC's Ros Atkins explains why the arson claims around Australia's fires are inaccurate.
The US has a "right to self-defence", the UK foreign secretary says after meeting his US counterpart.
A judge in Brazil orders Netflix to remove a film where Jesus brings home a presumed boyfriend.
Quibi also announced its pricing and a star-studded line-up at the CES tech expo.
Alun Cairns resigned as Welsh Secretary last year over claims he knew his aide had broken a judge's ruling.
Would controlled burning have stopped the Australian bushfires?
Stopping plastic packaging could lead to higher carbon alternatives, a Parliamentary report says.
Lynsey Ritchie explains why she threw a "thanks for the mammaries" party days before her double mastectomy.
Jerry has completed five half marathons. But at one point she "couldn't see a way out" of depression.
Struggling families are being hit by failures in the system designed to help them, a watchdog says.
Women and men can ward off cancer, heart problems and diabetes, a US study found.
Pressure is growing on countries that don't base their definition of rape on a lack of consent.
The Canadian pop star says it's been a "rough" few years but vows to return "better than ever".
Celeste got fired over her love of music. Now she's been named the UK's most promising new star.
As the US prepares to open a consulate in Greenland, there are concerns over American influence.
Total sales fell last year for the first time since 1995, says the British Retail Consortium.
Owners of the fire-prone Hotpoint and Indesit machines fear a much longer wait to hot wash their clothes.