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Authorities in the US state of Washington confirm at least 14 people were killed in Saturday's landslide, as the list of missing grows to 176.
Indian anti-corruption leader Arvind Kejriwal announces he will run against the BJP candidate for PM, Narendra Modi, in the holy city of Varanasi.
HTC launches a smartphone that features a depth sensor that allows owners to change what objects are in focus in photos after they are taken.
Climate report aims to blossom in Japan
MPs vote in favour of plans to give the government power to decriminalise non-payment of the TV licence fee.
The decision to axe the G8 summit shows Russia faces "growing political isolation", David Cameron says.
David Cameron is urged to drop his pledge to cut net migration to the tens of thousands by a new Tory campaign group.
Sir Bobby Charlton says he is "absolutely certain" Manchester United were right to appoint David Moyes as manager.
Six options are being considered to help avoid a repeat of floods in which a person died and 400 homes were overrun in St Asaph, Denbighshire.
A live BBC Radio Wales phone-in programme about the Welsh language received more than 20 complaints, said media watchdog Ofcom.
The MP Nigel Evans told detectives he was "staggered" at being arrested over an alleged rape, a trial hears.
Lloyds Banking Group has been cutting compensation it pays to PPI claimants, a BBC investigation has discovered.
Record numbers of parents in England have been issued with truancy fines, as the number of pupils persistently missing school falls, data shows.
President Obama is making a statement after the Nuclear Security Summit, which has been overshadowed by the Ukraine crisis.
One hundred manufacturing jobs are to be created in a £40m investment at west Belfast firm Delta Print and Packaging.
Royal Mail is planning to cut 1,600 roles, mostly head office managerial jobs, as part of a drive to cut costs.
Prisons minister Jeremy Wright has defended regulations which prevent prisoners being sent books and other items.
A 12-year-old US Girl Scout breaks the organisation's national record by selling 18,107 boxes of cookies over a period of seven weeks.
Google wants its smart eyewear Glass to be desirable to everyone, not just tech-savvy enthusiasts.
MPs reject move to bar Scots MPs from 2015 election in event of independence "yes" vote.