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The Senate rejects Democratic attempts to obtain documents and evidence in the proceedings.

The Duchess of Cambridge meets children in Birmingham to mark the launch of her "five big questions".

Future generations will be "astonished" to think we did not protect kids, the information commissioner says.

The new virus could mutate and spread further, Chinese health officials warn, as they step up containment measures.

The Canadian province was hit with more than 70cm of snow in a record-breaking blizzard.

Peers make five amendments to the legislation, but the government plans to overturn them in the Commons.

The drinks giant says it will not ditch plastic outright but will try to recycle more.

Moving to London is unaffordable for those from poorer backgrounds, says social mobility report.

One in 10 dementia patients spends over a month in hospital after being admitted as an emergency.

Five times as many want to work in art, entertainment and sport as there are jobs, a study suggests.

Former military personnel will save a third off most train fares, the government announces.

Britain's Heather Watson showed tremendous fight in blustery conditions to win her Australian Open first-round match against Czech Kristyna Pliskova.

Rock star Ozzy Osbourne's announcement that he has Parkinson's disease features on many front pages.

Australia's bushfire crisis has crippled habitats, but there are also remarkable signs of life.

Women in Sudan are taking on the patriarchy and challenging social norms.

A UK-led satellite aims to get an absolute measurement of the light reflected off Earth's surface.

How a conservationist tried to protect Congo's rainforest during the country's civil war

Leftovers from a popular drink are collected and used to create these sunglasses

An order of service for Amelia Roberts' funeral found in a drawer led to a tweet which went viral.

The two successful candidates will live together without electricity and hot water for six months.

As Meghan and Harry start their new lives in Canada, do people think race is an issue in the way she is treated?

At this year's London Art Fair, Occupy the Void showcases 10 female photographers aged over 50.

Hugh Laurie says he and Stephen Fry have missed a deadline they set themselves to reunite.

Paris St-Germain striker and World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe talks to Natalie Pirks about becoming a football superstar, Liverpool's title charge and his future.

This politician is going on leave to take care of his newborn son, and it's pretty controversial.

Several little-known but remarkable stories of the 18th and 19th Centuries are being told on stage.

Andrew Barnett is backing a trial at a hospital a year after he nearly died while playing football.

Can we afford to pay pensions, given the huge demographic challenge of our ageing population?

Campaigners say men are increasingly using the defence to try to get away with murdering women.

The 75th anniversary of Auschwitz's liberation threatens to be overshadowed by recriminations.

People with eating disorders may use veganism as a "socially acceptable" restrictive diet, a charity warns.

People who have a healthy weight are in the minority in Scotland. Why is that and what can be done?

Ofsted says schools must not inflate results with low-value qualifications.

Sephton Henry says separating youth offenders from their peers leaves them "in a place of distress".

What we can expect in the trial starting on Tuesday, from the key players to unusual rules in place.

Commes Des Garçons became the latest fashion house to cause offence at Paris Fashion Week on Friday.

Tie-up of flexible solar film and energy storage aims to take homes and business off-grid.

Only around 5% of the population suffer from a smell disorder, but it doesn't just affect your nose.

Fishermen on the Solway Firth say the Viking-era practice of haaf netting could die out within a generation.

One year has passed since Emiliano Sala's death in a plane crash. His family in the small rural town of Progreso, Argentina, are still suffering.

Arsenal overcome David Luiz's dismissal against his old club to twice come from behind against Chelsea in an eventful London derby.

Saracens have been urged to be more transparent with fans over how they came to be relegated to the Championship, says Premiership Rugby chief executive Darren Childs.

Newcastle United score two late goals against Everton to rescue a point at Goodison Park in the Premier League.

Formula 1 makes further changes to its plans for a Miami Grand Prix in the hope of overturning objections to the race from locals.

Sergio Aguero scores his sixth goal in his last three games as Manchester City edge a gutsy Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

USA reach the gold medal match at the Winter Youth Olympics after a drama-filled final two minutes against Canada.

Watch NBA plays of the week, including an impressive team move by Memphis Grizzlies duo Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson Jr in their victory over the Houston Rockets.

A worker and a chief executive tell their stories about mental health in the workplace.

Nerina Ramlakhan explains the four signs of burnout that people can exhibit, due to stress at work.

"It's important to combine peak performance with moments of rest," says Lloyds Bank chief executive

Consultancy firm Deloitte call for bosses to invest more to support their staff.

Amber Coster's physical symptoms baffled doctors - until a psychiatrist examined her way of working.

Leaked documents reveal how Isabel dos Santos made her fortune through exploitation and corruption.

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