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Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush runs the conservative grassroots gauntlet at the CPAC conference in Washington, DC.
A leading Russian opposition politician, former deputy PM Boris Nemtsov, has been shot dead in Moscow, Russian officials say.
Ireland gain revenge for their World Cup semi-final defeat by England with a narrow Women's Six Nations victory at Asbourne.
Northampton extend their lead at the top of the Premiership to 13 points with a hard-fought win over Harlequins.
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras denies his country will need a third international bailout, and vows to "start working hard" to change the country.
Paul Wood and cameraman Moose Campbell report from the frontline near Donetsk in eastern Ukraine.
Sir Cliff Richard's lawyers criticise a parliamentary committee for publishing a letter about the police inquiry into sex abuse allegations against the singer.
Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy says he is the party's candidate for East Renfrewshire at the general election in May.
Costa v Kane, Mourinho v Pochettino, Spurs' late strength v Chelsea's susceptibility: what stats tell us about Sunday's League Cup final.
World number 1,555 Nic Henning misses the cut at the Joburg Open after leading at the start of the second round.
A Nepalese army officer ordered the torture of two suspected rebels during the country's civil war, a British court hears.
Katy Watson describes how the net closed in on Mexico's most wanted drug lord Servando "La Tuta" Gomez who was captured on Friday morning.
The reported destruction of historic artefacts in Iraq by Islamic State militants is a war crime, the head of the UN agency for culture says.
A leading neurosurgeon explains the dangers of concussion following Fernando Alonso's crash in testing.
What we know about the group which advised 'Jihadi John'
Four Thai fishermen thought to have been held by Somali pirates longer than any other captives have been freed, officials say.
Manager Jose Mourinho says "nothing else matters" to Chelsea other than Sunday's League Cup final against Tottenham at Wembley.
Indiana could be the first US state to introduce baby boxes - anonymous drop-off points designed to prevent the deaths of abandoned infants.
Tory MP David Davis accuses Sir Malcolm Rifkind's Intelligence and Security Committee of being taken in by the "glamour" of spying and failing to do its job properly.
The BBC asks students at Leeds University for their reaction to a Labour pledge to reduce tuition fees in England have been a "disaster" and promises Labour would fund a reduction by cutting tax relief on high earners' pensions.