Donald Trump proposes a 10% military spending increase, paid for by deep cuts elsewhere.
South Korea's intelligence agency says four North Koreans wanted by Malaysia over killing are spies.
The US rocket company says the customers have already paid for the flight planned for late 2018.
The man is suspected of trying to advise the Islamic State group on developing missiles, PM says.
The US Dow Jones stock index closes at a record high for the 12th day running on Trump spending plans.
People will not have to pay mobile data charges to access the online encyclopaedia.
Washington will no longer argue that the law was intended to discriminate against some voters.
Reports are unclear whether Abu al-Khayr al-Masri survived an attack on a car in Idlib province.
The accused mistakenly thought he'd just attacked two Middle Eastern men, according to a 911 call.
Die Welt's Deniz Yucel is in pre-trial detention accused of producing terrorist propaganda.
Yang Jiechi "had an opportunity to say hi to the president", the White House says.
The former gymnast, a darling of the 1972 Munich Olympics, auctions off her medals to pay the bills.
Allen Pembroke, 62, tells his story as the Tunisia beach attack inquests come to an end.
Irene Clennell, a woman married to a British man for 27 years, has been sent back to Singapore.
With just over two weeks to go before the Dutch election, the anti-Islam politician is still leading the polls.
Scientists at the University of Ottawa have developed a way of growing human cells and tissue on apples.
Reykjavik has seen its biggest snowfall in 80 years - one Icelander used time-lapse to capture all 51cm (20in).
How choosing music over university paid off for singer-songwriter Joel Tan, aka Gentle Bones.
As India is about to release its latest economic growth numbers, BBC News looks at why two-wheelers are seen as a barometer of the economy.
Togolese striker Francis Kone saves the life of goalkeeper Martin Berkovec, who almost swallowed his tongue during a Czech league match.
In the segment which honours people from the film industry who've died, Oscar organisers use a picture of a woman who's still alive.
Public broadcaster is forced to play classical music, and sees its audience grow.
Island nation turns down businessman's scheme to "restore Russian monarchy".
MP brings mini copy of Dutch sculpture to parliament to shame absent colleagues.
It will have 7,000 signs that explain words used in academic and routine conversations.
The phone auctioned last week has proven controversial: some say it did not belong to the Nazi leader.
Ren Hang's work displayed a struggle for creative and sexual freedoms in a conservative society.
Saidy Brown discusses the extraordinary reaction after she disclosed her HIV status on Twitter.
Speculation is rife and defectors are unnerved by the death of the North Korean in Malaysia.
Five years ago, Jonathan Spollen was travelling in India - then he vanished. What might have happened?
In a speech, Sir John Major says that voters are being given over-optimistic expectations about Brexit.
Iain Duncan Smith tells Newsnight that Sir John Major’s intervention in the Brexit debate is "strangely bitter".
George Jackson, 88, is part of a group of pensioners trying their hands at the art of free running in order to improve their mobility and balance.
Parents in Cheshire say government proposals to "end the postcode lottery" in school funding will leave their children worse off.
Kurt Schoeffer, head of IT company Auticon, explains why he headhunts people with autism.
Waterstones boss addresses concerns about the "homogenisation of high streets"
'You can get out of that life' says former heroin addict John Clarke who is now clean and working.
As the inquiry into child sexual abuse begins its first public hearings, one victim tells his story.
The Labour MP for Manchester Gorton and Father of the House of Commons has died aged 86.
The former home of the original Ernie machine, which generated winning Premium Bond numbers, is demolished.
Teams of schoolchildren are tasked with solving a real world problem with the help of a Lego robot.
Rugby league team Wigan Warriors' under-19 players have started taking weekly ballet classes to help strength and posture.
Best supporting actress nominee Naomie Harris tells BBC's 5 Live how a facial will get her in the mood for the Oscars
Labour's leader says "now is not the time to run away" after losing the Copeland seat to the Tories.
A growing number of "sugar babies" are working in the sex industry to help fund their education.
Footage shows the tram passing city landmarks like the town hall and the Corn Exchange.
LA journalist Sandro Monetti believes the early Oscars favourite for next year is Dunkirk.
Craig Reeves explains what life is like on a canal boat after the Canal and River Trust revealed an increase in the number of people taking to the waterways.
Steve Williams is sick of Southern's service and plans to go into business against them.
Delays in treatment are forcing transgender patients to get help from private doctors.
Great Britain's four-man bobsleigh team crash out of the World Championships during their second run. They were unhurt.
A semi-submersible ship is carrying an oil platform from China to the North Sea off the UK.
Will the UK's new twelve-sided one pound coin beat the fakers?
The island that inspired the National Trust has finally been gifted to the conservation charity.
Firefighters have been tackling a large fire in a high-rise building in the Gunwharf Quays area of Portsmouth.
Two couples divided by their support for fierce football rivals Ipswich Town and Norwich City prepare for the local derby.
Labour's Deputy Leader Tom Watson says the party has to "do better" and needs to "deal with the issues that divide us".
Max Spiers's death led to rumours about aliens and a satanic cult but how did he really die?
Find out how parkour is helping an older generation avoid falls in later life.
Stephen Bush from the New Statesman says the by-election results are not the end for Jeremy Corbyn.
Scotland's number one player of footgolf - a cross between football and golf - will represent the UK in a Ryder Cup-style tournament.
The future of Colwyn Bay's crumbling 117-year-old Victoria Pier is uncertain after being dismantled by Storm Doris
From his jovial press conferences to his famous "dilly ding, dilly dong" catchphrase, BBC Sport looks back at what we'll miss from Claudio Ranieri after he was sacked as Leicester manager.
Over 5,000 teachers in the UK are trained to teach mindfulness, says the Mindfulness Initiative.
Former Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri meets fans and speaks briefly to reporters at his house.
Stark and haunting images of the aftermath of German attacks on 1940s London.
UKIP’s only MP Douglas Carswell has denied blocking a knighthood for his former leader Nigel Farage.
Manager Claudio Ranieri is sacked by Leicester City, nine months after leading them to the Premier League title.
The Labour leader has vowed he will fight on, and hailed his party's victory in Stoke.
A passenger plane had to abandon its initial landing attempt at Manchester Airport due to high winds.
Footage from driving instructor Paul Smith shows his narrow escape from a falling tree in Spalding.
Trudy Harrison will be the first Conservative MP for the Copeland constituency.
Train services at London Euston were suspended on Thursday afternoon due to winds of up to 94mph.
Sarah Beattie lost her husband to cancer but is now expecting his child after IVF treatment success.
A new 12-sided coin comes into circulation in March, and the Royal Mint is working 24/7 to make 1.5bn of them.