There are more hints at what may be in Wednesday's Autumn Statement in the newspaper's first editions, as well as advice on the safest place to have a baby.
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Google scientists claim a breakthrough in the way software can describe the content of pictures.
More than half the carbon stored in the Amazon is on indigenous lands at risk of destruction which could threaten the climate, say scientists.
A funeral for dead tech companies
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Poppyscotland research suggests that half of Scottish veterans suffer from a long term illness or disability.
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Arsenal ponder £20m move for Christoph Kramer, Roma weigh up Petr Cech move, Liverpool target Neto, plus more.
Scotland's health service will be better off as a result of the chancellor's autumn spending statement, the UK government says.
Day when thousands died in one of India's worst industrial disasters
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Thirty-seven people were jailed for their part in the loyalist flag protests in Northern Ireland, according to figures in a new report.
Health Minister Jim Wells says he plans to introduce minimum pricing per unit of alcohol for Northern Ireland.
The Chancellor George Osborne is expected to use the Autumn Statement to say the economy is growing at its fastest rate since 2006. But is that the full story, asks BBC economics editor Robert Peston? In 90 seconds.
It has been 30 years since a lethal gas leak from a Union Carbide India's pesticide factory in the central Indian city of Bhopal killed thousands of people.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is "not sure" when Steven Gerrard will sign a new deal but believes his captain still has more to offer.
If blood is tested, why are donors asked about who they have sex with?
Nigel Pearson says Leicester fans can "stay at home" and admits to a spat with a supporter during the loss to Liverpool.
US President Barack Obama renews calls for Congress to approve $6bn (£3.8bn) in emergency aid to fight the deadly Ebola outbreak.