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Concert promoter Ticketmaster is offering refunds for comedian Bill Cosby's upcoming shows in Denver, though organisers say they have a "moral obligation" for the performances to go ahead.
Crashing oil price forces Premier to cut spending on development by 40% and write off $300m
Richard Linklater receives his first Directors Guild of America (DGA) nomination for his coming-of-age film Boyhood.
Premiership side London Irish confirm the appointment of Tom Coventry as head coach for the start of the 2015-16 season.
Restrained sentiment among buyers and sellers is causing fluctuations in the UK housing market, with activity dropping recently, lenders say.
The death of a woman whose body was found in a Fife caravan is being treated as murder by police.
Swansea City striker Wilfried Bony has completed his £28m move to Manchester City, says the Ivory Coast Football Federation.
The BBC's John Maguire speaks to older people living without relatives in Leeds and a charity set up to tackle the issue.
Rebel LRA commander Dominic Ongwen, wanted for war crimes, has been handed over to Ugandan troops in the Central African Republic, the US says.
The north west sees its second day of heavy snow fall causing more disruption to travel and school closures.
Transformers: Age of Extinction leads the Razzies awards, given to the worst films of 2014, with seven nominations including worst picture, screenplay and director.
A top EU lawyer has said that the European Central Bank's bond buying programme is legal.
Drivers are advised to take care after severe weather forces roads across Wales to close and causes traffic queues.
Hull's Truck theatre is given an emergency grant of £250,000 by Arts Council England as it attempts to get out of financial trouble.
Clarke Carlisle's wife says the former footballer is getting "stronger each day" as he recovers after a road accident.
The EU has approved new rules on GM crops, designed to break the stalemate between pro- and anti-GM nations. What are the implications?
Police are still searching for a rare bulldog puppy worth £16,000, which was snatched from its breeder's home.
Scientists at Stanford University in the US develop a device that can measure the weight of a flying bird.
The amount of money spent by Welsh ministers to buy industrial sites, business parks and office blocks could reach £120m within months.
Exactly a week after an Islamist attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, the satirical magazine is back on sale with an issue the staff are calling 'The Survivors'.