President Trump holds last-ditch talks with the Democratic Senate leader at the White House.
His family believes he was overusing prescription medication when he died in October, aged 66.
Tourists in Montego Bay should stay in their resorts after a number of shootings, foreign office says.
Properties in Persian shallots could boost the effects of antibiotic treatment, a study says.
Can Jez Butterworth's gory drama about the Roman invasion of Britain satisfy Game of Throne fans?
The meeting comes after the US president cancelled plans for a trip to London in February.
Tribal elders call on him to help protect them, saying they are being driven from their lands.
Chris Young's life fell apart when his mother died - his English teacher Lynn Ward turned it around.
Aly Raisman and Jordyn Wieber confront former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar in court.
The Church of England fears new pre-natal tests could lead to a rise in abortions of babies with Down's.
Senior coroner Mary Hassell says her office will not prioritise inquests "because of religion".
Fernando Trujillo works in dangerous areas of the Amazon to save the rare species.
The Times warns recently collapsed rape trials could undermine confidence in sex crime prosecutions.
Drinking takeaway coffee is a way of life in many parts of the world. So why do Italians refuse to do it?
Pole dancing instructor Kathy Buller said the pursuit was "very athletic".
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
One of the worst attacks on civilians during the conflict in Northern Ireland.
BBC coverage of latest developments
What is it like to live in the shadow of an unsolved murder?
Two former stars of the Channel 4 soap could be jetting to LA if their short film lands an Oscar nomination.
The French president had enough reasons to keep smiling this week, writes the BBC's Hugh Schofield.
Should the public have the right to see which animals are being caught up in commercial fishing nets?
As the Turpin family allegations shock the world, we look at how cases of extreme abuse can happen.
What happened to worries about President Trump's potential conflicts of interest?
Sam spent more than 20 years as an addict before overcoming a cycle of trauma and abusive relationships.
Two-time Masters winner John Higgins moves into the semi-finals of the 2018 event with a 6-1 victory over Ryan Day.
Motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss decides to retire from public life following a long illness.
BBC Sport's David Ornstein and Simon Stone discuss the details of the imminent transfer of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal to Manchester United.
Jordyn Wieber and teammate Aly Raisman tell the child abuser: "The tables have turned, Larry."
Mark Lawrenson takes on Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz in the latest round of Premier League predictions.
American Christian Coleman breaks the 60m indoor world record, clocking 6.37 seconds at a meeting in Clemson, South Carolina.
Trump's approval ratings among women have dropped during his first year. But not with these voters.
Trump may have stoked fears with his erratic and volatile tweets, but he has not torpedoed alliances.
Find out what President Trump has said about where you live since he was inaugurated in January.
In a rural county that voted for Trump, people are shocked to see friends and schoolmates deported.
Phyllis Reeve said she gets "satisfaction" from her work as it helps "make children happy".
A young surrogate mum reveals what motivated her into helping childless couples start families of their own.
A battle over the throne is the climax of the story of the Norman Conquest of England.
As councils report increasing numbers of potential victims of modern slavery, a charity explains how to spot the warning signs.
James Dowley, from Shropshire, says he felt "a bit of an idiot" for rescuing the child-like doll.
How has US growth, jobs, stocks and trade fared in the first year of Donald Trump's presidency?
Why did the City start to bet against construction giant Carillion before it went bust?
The head of the electronics retailer is switching to the cosmetics and chemist chain in a major move.
The drinks giant is pledging to reclaim a used can or bottle for every one sold.
The firm bumps up the monthly fee by $2, but the cost of an annual subscription was unchanged.
Shares in Dignity, the UK's only listed funeral firm fall 50%, as it cuts prices by 25%.
Shares in the retailer slump by 40% after the retailer suffers a "sharp deterioration" in UK trade.
Retailers saw their biggest monthly fall since the EU referendum, official figures show.
Asda and Aldi will introduce ID checks from early March, after campaigners called for restrictions.
The FSB small business organisation rejects government claims that banks' support will provide a lifeline.
Travis Kalanick is selling shares worth $1.4bn as a consortium invests $9.3bn in Uber.
The European Union says that 70% of material deemed to be offensive is removed within 24 hours.
People in remote areas could be left with little or no access to cash, says consumer group Which?
Tata employees claim they have been mis-sold advice about moving from the British Steel Pension Scheme.
Nathan Bostock was responsible for controversial GRG division during scandal, MPs are told.
Can a futuristic tube-based transport scheme that shoots pods through a vacuum become a reality?
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the zipper became a million dollar idea.
Less than half of parents feel flexible working is an option in their workplace.
The app that's allowing Africa's fishermen to sell their catches directly to restaurants.
"Peter" came to Britain looking for a new life but instead he was held captive and forced to work for nothing.
Market traders in Zambia protest against government rules aimed at containing an outbreak of cholera.
What's been the impact of Donald Trump's withdrawal of the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement?
Detroit motor show: Autonomous vehicles move centre stage
Beauty blogger Amena Khan hopes to empower young women by wearing a hijab in a new hair advert.
Short-term lets, like Airbnb, are big business in the UK - but neighbours are increasingly fed up.
As cars become more automated, some experts worry that we are becoming complacent drivers.
The mother who had to give up her job to fit in childcare
There are 13,000 modern slavery victims in the UK, the BBC's Nina Warhurst meets one man who managed to escape.
Ukraine's IT sector is flourishing despite continuing conflict with Russian-backed rebels in the east.
As the number of employees working over 48 hours a week rises, some companies are experimenting to find better work-life balance.
How two student friends set up and grew popular bikini and swimsuit business Agua Bendita.
A partnership between Imperial College London and a major French agency will keep access to European research funding.
Carillion's collapse throws the future of its big UK building projects and those that work on them into doubt.
This year's Detroit car show sees new US investments, a Chinese challenger, nostalgia and fashionable headlights.
Cyber insurance is growing fast as businesses lose billions to hackers.
How the collapse of Carillion has affected those who worked with and for the company.
The Detroit motor show is a major industry event, but technological advances are changing the traditional order.
The construction firm is to be liquidated after its huge financial troubles finally overwhelmed it.
How a UK expat introduced Americans to the joys of traditional British desserts, such as sticky toffee pudding.
Women say they are being groped at events, abused on social media and belittled in their jobs.
John Cronin and his father, Mark, explain how they've grown their colourful socks business.
How the UK's big retailers are trying to reduce the amount of avoidable plastic waste they produce.
With water usage and droughts across the globe rising, the race is on to manage water more efficiently.
A "revolution" in our financial lives will begin next month, but what is it and how will it work?
Of all the questions hanging over world trade in 2018, none loom larger than Donald Trump's attitude to it.
Business will no longer be able to charge customers for paying by card, so what does this mean for prices?
How young Australian entrepreneur Melanie Perkins set up and grew popular design website Canva.
Basketball rivals the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers are in the UK to boost the NBA's global presence.
Carrie Gracie's resignation at the BBC got us wondering how widespread the problem is in the UK.
Nation-state malware dubbed Dark Caracal uncovered by security researchers.
About 40,000 customers of OnePlus could have had card details stolen in the attack by cyber-thieves
The Post Office came out worst for landline services and Vodafone worst for mobile services.
A South Korean consumer group has filed a complaint against Apple over iPhone slowdown.
The problem can knock out home networks by overwhelming routers with data surge, it said
Singer Chrissy Chambers describes how her life changed when her ex posted an explicit video online.
A range of concept cars and trucks are showcased at the 2018 Detroit motor show.
Buses carrying Apple and Google employees to work have been targeted while en route.
The force says the home app is being used to tell "the public about important neighbourhood issues".
The chip-maker says the patches it has issued to fix two security flaw can cause further problems.
Labo will turn Switch controllers into a piano, a fishing rod, a motorbike or even a robot suit.
Chrissy Chambers is awarded damages from her ex-boyfriend who posted sexual videos of her online.
American teenagers have been swallowing laundry detergent and posting videos online as part of a challenge.
Only 250,000 homes will be able to access the new services - a fraction of the total connected to the internet.
The video-clip platform will require creators to have more than 1,000 subscribers to feature adverts.
A new campaign aims to make lessons about intellectual property infringement fun.
It struck a crane that was not in place when the pilot carried out site safety check, a report says.
The payment is expected to be the largest of its type following US tax code changes.
A 19-year-old woman finds her location in Charleroi in Belgium and alerts her brother.
The crypto-currency has nearly halved in value since its peak in December.
SinVR app says it has fixed an issue which left 20,000 names and email addresses exposed.
Streams were widely disrupted by a series of attacks that hit them with hundreds of toxic comments.
The Asian nation has been a big adopter of virtual currency, so developments there have a global impact.
More than 200 people report seeing fraudulent charges following a purchase via the OnePlus site.
Drivers who do not take a long enough break will not be able to log in to the app and take trips.
The firm says it will have 40 hybrid and fully electric vehicles in its range within five years.
They are accused of sharing explicit videos of two 15-year-olds via Facebook Messenger.
The group breached BlackWallet, a web-based wallet application that stores the Stellar Lumen currency.
A man accused of making a prank call that led to a fatal shooting is charged in the US.
The European planemaker says it will stop making its giant A380 jet if it does not get any more orders.
Apps containing the malicious code were downloaded more than three million times.
Parents are struggling to get subsidised childcare they are entitled to due to continued web issues.
An over-the-air recharging solution designed for use in the car is on show at the CES trade fair.
The share sale could include listings in Tokyo and London but Softbank says no decision has been taken.
Data suggesting movements correlating to how a suspect disposed of a body used as evidence.
Social media service Snapchat redesign has not proved popular with many of its regular users
CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he plans to make posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent.
The hotel chain apologises, saying it "respects and supports" Chinese sovereignty.
The Commission wants to spend 1bn euros on machines far faster than existing supercomputers
Start-up company Voyage will start rolling out the service at The Villages, Florida next year.
The attacked allegedly spied on users via webcams and stole personal data and login information.
The brains behind PUBG, one of the most popular games in the world, talks eSports with the Radio 1 Gaming Show.
The modular parts used to make the 146in TV also allow for screens of unusual shapes to be made.
Logan Paul loses business deals after posting a video showing an apparent suicide victim in Japan.
Attendees were evacuated from an area hosting Samsung, LG and Sony at the giant Las Vegas trade fair.
Government cryptocurrency concerns include tax evasion and people developing gambling addictions.
Taiwanese police gave malware-infected thumb drives as prizes at a cyber-security expo.
The social media company says the text-based service that operates with human input, was an experiment.
The patch for a security hole in its chips may slow down machines but the impact will be limited, it says.
Taxi users are facing inflated fares because their position has been wrongly located thousands of miles away.
The regulator says its £400,000 fine follows the discovery of rudimentary mistakes by the retailer.
A company linked to the Chinese government will operate the service in China from 28 February.
Fixes for the Meltdown and Spectre flaw are temporarily halted by Microsoft after AMD machines freeze.
An innovative e-sports league will be broadcast exclusively on social video service Twitch.
A tie-up with AT&T was seemingly scuppered over concerns about Chinese firms entering US telecoms.
US regulators say it did a poor job of protecting data it gathered about children and parents.
The Hindu woman had been bullied over her friendship with a Muslim man, Indian police say.
Lifeguards were being trained how to use the drone when the drama unfolded in what's being called a world first rescue.
The F-35 fighter due to arrive at RAF Marham in Norfolk this summer.
Spinning LED strips are used to create video images that appear to float in mid-air like holograms.
A wearable camera lets users record events that have already happened over the past 10 seconds.
A small display that shows images offers motorists a new way to communicate to each other.
Just Eat says its "appalled" at its initial response to a customer who complained about messages from a delivery driver.
Drones that were incapacitated by the collapse of their creator are set to work again.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have taught a robot to play.
Linking modular quantum computers together could create a more powerful network.
Two mid-range 360 cameras are put to test by the BBC Click team.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
A BBC Trending report about online predators prompted a reader to investigate and eventually led to the conviction of a dangerous paedophile.
Tech firms try to convince the public their robots are ready to buy despite several stumbles.
A smattering of gadgets show off at the tech show promise better battery life than we're used to.
An awkward audience with a celebrity robot still has the power to impress.
The rivalry between Amazon and Google's virtual assistants is fiercer than ever at the tech show.
A robot that matches its ping pong-playing skill level to its human opponent's is on show at CES.
A robot that can read any of 50,000 picture books to young children will soon launch.
More than 200 drones are dazzling audiences in Las Vegas with a sky show timed to coincide with CES.
Panasonic shows off a concept car with windows that can swap out the real view for one you prefer.
A hi-tech toy gun lets gamers play virtual reality-style games without having to wear a headset.
A hi-tech face mask is being pitched as a way to obscure users' voices to let them speak in private.
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick will become a first-team coach at the end of the season, says manager Jose Mourinho.
Watch the five best shots as two-time Masters winner John Higgins moves into the semi-finals with a 6-1 victory over Ryan Day.
England hold their nerve to take a 2-0 lead in the one-day international series with a four-wicket victory over Australia at Brisbane.
Michael Phelps says he considered taking his own life on numerous occasions at the height of his career.
Reigning Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold enjoys a strong performance in Germany before next month's Winter Olympics.
Brazil legend Pele is resting at home, says his spokesperson, who has dismissed reports he was taken to hospital with exhaustion.
Brighton break their transfer record to sign striker Jurgen Locadia from Dutch club PSV Eindhoven for a reported fee of about £14m.
Judd Trump held off a comeback from Shaun Murphy to win 6-4 and move into the Masters semi-finals.
Championship promotion-chasers Derby County and Bristol City have to settle for a point each following a goalless draw.
A list of 389 Russians who could potentially compete as neutrals at February's Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang is finalised by the IOC.
Burnley agree a deal to sign 30-year-old winger Aaron Lennon from Everton for an undisclosed fee.
Billy Joe Saunders will defend his world title against Martin Murray, while Terry Flanagan aims to become a two-weight world champion.
Jose Mourinho confirms Manchester United are in talks to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez.
Ex-world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury meets with British boxing chiefs who agree to lift his suspension pending receipt of medical records.
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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed the club are in talks to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez and that he is "calmly waiting for news".
Watch five great shots as Judd Trump holds off a comeback from Shaun Murphy to win 6-4 and move into the Masters semi-finals.
Ex-Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin denies newspaper claims that Alexis Sanchez's desire to leave the Gunners led to a fall-out with his team-mates.
Britain's Kyle Edmund battles intense heat to beat Georgia's Nikoloz Basilashvili in five sets to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open.
Paul Lambert tells Football Focus he was shocked to be offered the manager's job at Stoke City, but has no doubt that he can keep the club in the Premier League.
Watch the five best shots as Mark Allen beats Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-1 in a shock quarter-final Masters win at London's Alexandra Palace.
Everton's £20m signing Theo Walcott says he left Arsenal late at night carrying his belongings in bin bags.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche reacts to claims from his former Bristol City team-mate Soren Andersen that he used to eat earthworms.
Watch five of Alexis Sanchez's finest goals for Arsenal, as speculation continues about the Chile striker's future.
With one round of games remaining, only Leinster have qualified from the pool stages for the European Champions Cup, so who else is in with a chance?
Knocking Rangers out of the Scottish Cup may be a dream for Mark Cowie but the Fraserburgh boss insists dreams sometimes do come true.
As English football experiences its first VAR controversy, does its use in other European leagues suggest it will improve?
What sort of manager would Scotland be getting if Michael O'Neill accepts the job? Would his style suit their needs?
This week's sport on the BBC includes Australian Open tennis, Premier League football, Masters snooker and one-day cricket between England and Australia.
Teams from 38 countries will arrive in Manchester in February for the Roller Derby World Cup - a contest that can be brutal.
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