Director of photography Halyna Hutchins was killed by a prop gun fired by the actor in New Mexico.
Tougher measures to stop the spread of coronavirus could be avoided with early action, advisers say.
The 24-year-old is detained at Manchester Airport on suspicion of a terrorism offence.
A statement from the veteran politician was read out in the Lords, backing a new assisted dying bill.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
Students were suspended and barred from school activities for wearing long hair, the lawsuit says.
It may be more contagious than Delta, but there is no evidence yet that it causes worse illness, experts say.
The home secretary wants to change the law after the BBC revealed a big rise in cases being dropped.
The jailed real estate heir is facing a new second-degree murder charge, authorities say.
The arrests follow multiple reports of drinks being spiked and needles being used.
Five officers have cases to answer over messages sent on WhatsApp and Signal, the police watchdog says.
The broadcaster says live text services will be restored on several platforms and programmes.
The singer scores her third UK number one single with the hotly anticipated new single Easy On Me.
The Queen's physician has to maintain privacy for a patient whose life is lived out in public.
Chris Storey is waiving his right to anonymity in the hope of helping other people.
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
Trafalgar Day is marked with a service at Britannia Royal Naval College's chapel.
How the Senegalese-born 21-year-old's myth-busting of "life hacks" made him a household name.
Philanthropist and author William Sieghart says he can find a poem to ease anyone's troubles.
The singer will read I Talk Like a River, about a boy whose father helps him with his stutter.
One company plans to build the world's longest electricity cable to connect Morocco to the UK.
The auction house said the skeleton was sold to a private collector for a European record of €6.65m.
Authorities, who held the robot for 10 days, feared that it may have been hiding covert spy tools.
An incident involving US actor Alec Baldwin puts the spotlight on an item often used on film sets.
How the pandemic has affected child development in one primary school in north-east England.
Chancellor Merkel bows out from her role at the EU's helm, praised as Europe's "compass".
The man's citizenship was removed in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack which killed 22 people.
Here are some of the reasons why the Saudi-led consortium has proved controversial.
We speak to experts about reports of people being injected with drugs without them knowing.
The number of people wearing masks has fallen, but ministers don't want to reintroduce restrictions.
More than 1,000 people are dying in Russia every day, and in Vologda only one in four is vaccinated.
Relationship education is now compulsory in England, including sex education at secondary schools.
Valtteri Bottas heads Lewis Hamilton as Mercedes set an imposing pace in first practice at the United States Grand Prix.
The postponed Emirates Old Trafford Test between England and India this summer will be played at Edgbaston in July 2022.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says managers are being put off taking jobs because of the sort of abuse suffered by Steve Bruce.
Why experts say cutting contrails costs less than $1bn a year but may be worth so much more.
A crucial climate change summit is being held in the UK - this is why it's important.
Ros Atkins looks at how Europe is getting to grips with its emissions problem.
What can homeowners do to reduce their energy consumption?
World temperatures are rising because of human activity, and climate change now threatens every aspect of human life.
Support for roads, aviation and fossil fuel drilling could undermine UK's green credentials at COP26.
The Greens performed well in German elections but they are having to adapt their policies to succeed.
BBC science correspondent Matt McGrath answers your questions about Glasgow's COP26 climate summit.
As the UK prepares to host a global climate summit, is the government on track to meet its own commitments?
Experts have recommended developed countries adopt targets to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050.
The BBC's Nick Beake meets the young climate activists trying to stop Norway drilling for oil and gas.
Making energy supply to homes and businesses more flexible could help the UK meet its climate goals.
The global battle against climate change is likely to be won or lost in China.
Health service figures are calling for stricter Covid restrictions in England to protect the NHS.
More than four million people have had a Covid vaccine booster dose.
The number of red-list countries will be cut to just seven.
UK officials are keeping a close watch on a new descendent of the Delta variant of Covid.
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?
Face coverings could become a legal requirement in England again if the NHS struggles this winter.
The UK has higher infections than most of its neighbours, as scientists fear a difficult winter.
Face coverings remain compulsory in Scottish schools, and are being reintroduced in parts of England.
Online abuse against women is on the rise, but why aren't the police, government and social media sites doing more to stop it?
Steroids, the threat of nuclear war and... lost luggage. A small team of female British athletes went to the Friendship Games of 1984.
Senior black scientists tell the BBC they believe UK science to be "institutionally racist".
A former colonel describes a leadership making cash by any means, from drug factories to illegal arms deals.
Aliyah's smile conceals a lifetime of abuse - and experts warn her experience is all too common among a forgotten group of girls.
The Bank of England's new chief economist says it will have a "live" decision on interest rates next month.
Retail sales in the UK fell for the fifth month in a row, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Safety data from US company Lyft says the incidents were reported between 2017 and 2019.
Some used car models are growing in value despite getting older, research by the motoring group suggests.
There is growing concern that free face-to-face debt advice could be cut.
The Barbie maker announces $1.8bn net sales saying parents are prioritising spending on children.
Shares opened up 6% after reports the Chinese property giant made a payment before a crucial deadline.
Warehouse workers in Staten Island hope to organise, in the latest labour push at the firm.
The recent crisis exposed deep flaws in the way the market was structured, top executive says.
Filling station storage tanks were 45% full on average on Sunday, according to government figures.
Consumer goods giant Unilever says high rates of cost inflation will continue into next year.
Borrowing was lower than a year earlier, but was still the second-highest number on record for September.
Major tax evasion and avoidance schemes have deprived countries of £127bn, research shows.
The electric car maker recorded its highest quarterly profit of $1.6bn and sold more than 240,000 cars.
The territory of St Helena, which has remained coronavirus-free, wants a big rise in tourists.
A former banker is now a poster boy for a scandal described as "the theft of the century".
A Birmingham tower block resident, where combustible cladding is being removed, explains his plight.
Design boss Jo Barnard says you should always make you have future work lined up for your firm.
In India, Covid has widowed thousands of women, who are now struggling to adjust to a new life.
New materials are making body armour lighter but nanotechnology could provide a breakthrough.
China is the factory of the world but exports have been hindered by the global supply chain crisis.
Firms are racing to bring flying taxis and the mini-airports they need into service.
About 67 million US children are eligible for new benefits, but some of the most vulnerable are missing out.
As shareholders prepare to vote on a £7bn takeover, what are the views from Morrisons' birthplace?
Can Africa-focussed tech giant Jumia deliver on its promises to a new generation of consumers?
A team of people in the north of England are now making clothes, from seeds to finished garments.
Michele Roberts, executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, shares her CEO Secrets.
Outages of Facebook and its family of apps now lead to significant disruption for firms worldwide
Devices that measure brainwaves are increasingly being used by athletes to improve their performance.
The perfect storm of long and short-term factors driving the energy crunch.
The social-media giant has found tweets from parties on the political right are "amplified" more.
Nick D'Aloisio previously sold an app to Yahoo when he was only 17 years old.
The former US president was banned from Twitter and Facebook following the US Capitol riots.
The CMA says the social media giant, which also may be changing its name, deliberately broke rules.
Almost a million people in the UK were misled by calls or messages over the summer.
Eight Nigerian men are charged in South Africa after an international operation involving Interpol.
The video games giant is attempting to repair its reputation following a series of lawsuits.
New AI features such as "magic" photo editing and on-device voice processing come with the new chip.
After Sir David Amess' death, we look at the detail of the Online Safety Bill and what measures it offers.
Jen Copestake looks at the best of the week's technology news stories.
Decode Genetics is researching how genetics shape our bodies, our minds and our personalities.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has been adapted for use in schools for teaching about the Vikings.
Sensors in cars and on lampposts are used to spot erratic driving and locate dangerous hotspots.
Huge wind turbines are pushing the limits of what ports and installation vessels can handle.
Frances Haugen's Facebook leaks and the new Silenced No More Act may help others to come forward.
How technology could help the insurance industry spot potential disasters before they occur.
Historic cars are being retrofitted with recycled electric motors and batteries.
Ireland miss out on a place in the Super 12s of the Men's T20 World Cup as minnows Namibia pull off a shock win to go through.
England's 1994 Women's Rugby World Cup trophy has been found after going missing for 15 years.
Newcastle interim boss Graeme Jones says he was "upset" to see Steve Bruce leave, but is focused on preparing the team for the next two games.
Watch some of the key moments as Namibia pull-off a shock eight-wicket victory to knock Ireland out of the T20 World Cup and reach the Super 12s.
Watch highlights as running back D'Ernest Johnson guids the injury-stricken Cleveland Browns to a 17-14 win over the Denver Broncos, rushing for 146 yards and a touchdown.
Watch the best of Stephen Curry's 45-point performance for the Golden State Warriors in their 115-113 win against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Leon Bailey is one of the most exciting young talents playing in Europe but his path from Jamaica to the Premier League was far from straightforward.
BBC Sport looks at the five elements that have helped England to number one in the world rankings going into the ICC T20 Men's World Cup.
Manchester City defender Lucy Bronze talks to MOTDx's Liam MacDevitt about trainers, team-mates and her desire to win Euro 2022 with England.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says "sometimes managers we are treated worse than the worst" and wishes former Newcastle boss Steve Bruce "all the best".
Arsenal forward Emile Smith Rowe speaks to Football Focus about the club filming an ad campaign for local businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic, including a local barbers
Watch as Namibia spurn two easy chances to make a run out against Ireland during their T20 World Cup match.
MMA legend Emelianenko Fedor and his opponent Tim Johnson look ahead to their heavyweight contest at Bellator 269 in Moscow.
Watch Richie Berrington hit a six out of the Al Amerat stadium as Scotland qualify for the T20 Cricket World Cup Super 12 with victory against Oman.
BBC Sport looks back at the day when Manchester City beat rivals Manchester United 6-1 at Old Trafford, and Mario Balotelli revealed his now famous 'Why Always Me?' t-shirt.
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire and goalkeeper Tom Heaton visit local children with special education needs and disabilities to help them get active after lockdown.
We'd like to invite you to explore our brand new website! It's been a long time coming, but whsaccountants.co.uk has been completely overhauled for the modern web, responsively designed to work on any device.
We've published our tax calendar for the current tax year, for your convenience and our own!