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US investigators say they are satisfied Harper Lee wants to release her second novel, and close an inquiry into allegations she was pressurised.
Will the Chancellor be dishing out tidbits for voters in his Budget?
BBC News editors give their predictions on what will appear in the Chancellor's Budget.
Offshore workers are now almost a fifth heavier than in the mid-1980s, according to a long-running study into their changing shape.
The first female Guizer Jarl - or chief Viking - in the 130-year history of Shetland's world famous fire festivals prepares to don her armour, axe and shield.
Northern Ireland faces disruption to a number of services on Friday due to a strike by some public sector trade unions.
The British Medical Association claims Scotland is facing a GP recruitment "crisis", with almost a fifth of practices reporting a vacancy.
Are IS being forced off mainstream social media?
Most North Sea oil and gas companies are planning for growth this year despite the fall in the price of oil, according to a report.
What happens to ocean liners past their sell-by date?
A report into laws governing surveillance by the UK's intelligence agencies makes some front pages, while others focus on the death of author Terry Pratchett.
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service declares a "major incident", which means paramedics who were due to begin strike action at midnight must continue working.
Greater Manchester Police admits it should have focused more on investigating sex abuse in Rochdale than examining victims' credibility.
What is the 'Gini coefficient' used for?
Chelsea target Raphael Varane, Jose Mourinho to be offered new deal, Van Gaal to be replaced by Ancelotti, plus more.
Does being glued to our phones prevent conversation?
Which Disney character is getting a live-action makeover?
The FBI's vault of historic and rare guns features weapons used by John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd and other famous gangsters. It also holds is a key component in solving crimes
The former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander of Nato, General Sir Richard Shirreff, has warned that it is "questionable" whether the UK could still defend itself - and may not meet its commitments under the Nato treaty - as a result of cuts to defence spending.
World number one Serena Williams says she never believed she would end her Indian Wells boycott after crowd abuse in 2001.