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An earthquake with a magnitude of five point one has shaken part of Los Angeles.
Brendon McCullum steers New Zealand to a win over the Netherlands that keeps their World Twenty20 semi-final hopes alive.
Ed Miliband pledges a Labour government would clear up confusion over what the Welsh assembly can and cannot do.
Lewis Hamilton says he is "proud" to equal Jim Clark's record for most pole positions by a British driver.
A memorial service is held in Glasgow for the 10 people who died in the Clutha helicopter crash in November.
A mother and her five-year-old son from South Lanarkshire who have been missing for three days are found in Blackpool.
Secretary of State for Scotland Alistair Carmichael calls for people to look at what lies beyond the September independence referendum.
A Russian sailor appears in court charged with being drunk while in charge of a ship at Belfast Harbour.
Beatboxer Jason Singh spoke to BBC Breakfast to explain why he is inspired by birdsong and show off his skills at imitating our feathered friends.
A 28-year-old woman dies following a crash in Moray, involving an HGV and two cars, on Friday evening.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton pips Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel to pole position in a wet qualifying session at the Malaysian GP.
Actress Lindsay Lohan has spoken of her stints in rehab, saying her enjoyment of work made had put her on the path to recovery.
Five people are rescued from a house fire in Portsmouth in the early hours of the morning.
At present those who buy cash ISAs might be offered interest rate of around 2% a year, but from 2015 investors might be able to double or even treble those returns if they opt for a new Peer-to-Peer ISA.
A High Court judge has criticised Kent County Council for failing to give a Latvian father the right information when his young son was taken into care.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has met with Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal over the manager's post, claims Ruud Gullit.
The veteran comic book footballer Roy Race, better known as Roy of the Rovers, has given his first ever interview in the British media to the BBC's Garry Richardson.
Watch Welsh Labour's 2014 spring conference live from Cardiff.
Manchester United boss David Moyes says predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson would have struggled with the squad this season.
Lisa Dennis, the ITF taekwondo world champion, has set a a new world record by smashing 1,000 roof tiles in 84 seconds with her bare hands.