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How accurate were the first weather forecasts 150 years ago?
What's it like living under a curfew in a big city?
Manny Pacquiao's fight against Floyd Mayweather is "not his most dangerous", according to his advisor Michael Koncz.
Pluto may have a polar cap of nitrogen ices. This is the tantalising prospect revealed in the latest images to come down from the New Horizons spacecraft.
Liberal Democrat Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander says the Tories proposed to "slash" child benefit while the two parties were in government together.
As a series of important deadlines loom for debt-laden Greece, we ask five experts what could and should happen next for the troubled eurozone country.
How to get post if your street has no name
The banker who won her £3.2m sex discrimination case
UN peacekeepers in Mali repel a rebel attack on Timbuktu for the second time in two days, amid an increase in fighting in the north.
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson singles out a journalist in bizarre scenes at his post-match press conference
The Sun reveals which party it will be backing for the general election, as many voters appear still not to have made up their mind.
What if the UK had voted in favour of the alternative vote system four years ago?
A university student who wrote an open letter to the man who sexually assaulted her says the public response has made her feel "positive" about the ordeal.
The founder of international dieting company Weight Watchers, Jean Nidetch, dies at home in Florida, aged 91.
There is growing frustration in Nepal at the pace of the relief effort after Saturday's devastating earthquake.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says he deserved to lose to Stuart Bingham and suggests his time at top might have come to an end.
A town with one of the "worst" festive displays in Britain is to switch on its new tree eight months before Christmas.
The Scottish Sun newspaper has announced its backing for the SNP ahead of the General Election vote on 7 May.
The UN launches a $415m appeal for survivors of the Nepal earthquake, as frustration mounts at the pace of relief efforts.
Chelsea fight back to beat in-form Leicester and are now just one win away from the Premier League title.