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The US is trying recover debris from the suspected spy balloon that fell in shallow waters off South Carolina.
Brennan Johnson scores the only goal as Nottingham Forest beat Leeds to move six points clear of the Premier League relegation places.
Watch Hearts' Stephen Humphrys score a remarkable goal from his own half to seal a 3-1 Scottish Premiership victory over Dundee United.
Brad Hall, Taylor Lawrence, Greg Cackett and Arran Gulliver finish joint second to claim Britain's first four-man medal at the World Championships since 1939.
Harry Kane moves ahead of Jimmy Greaves to become Tottenham's all-time top goalscorer with his 267th goal for the club.
Doorbell footage of Nicola Bulley outside her home on the day she disappeared is shared with the BBC.
Unite's leader says the PM should intervene, ahead of the biggest week of walkouts in NHS history.
What you need to know about strikes by nurses and ambulance workers by the BBC's Zoe Conway.
Officials in western Austria warned winter sports enthusiasts of dangerous conditions in the area.
Grant Shapps, who briefly served in Liz Truss's cabinet, said inflation must fall before taxes are cut.
Iranians involved in anti-government demos are among those set to be released.
Wetlands are being lost at a faster rate than forests, but in some regions beavers are part of the solution.
The former president, who seized power in a coup in 1999, survived numerous assassination attempts.
Timothy Welch was adopted when he was six weeks old and found his birth mother 58 years later.
Pakistan's military ruler found himself on the front line between militant Islamists and the West.
Cameron Norrie confirms Great Britain's place in September's Davis Cup Finals group stage by beating Colombia's Nicolas Mejia in straight sets.
Two artists from County Antrim are painting murals to raises awareness of mental health issues.
The My Beautiful Launderette author said losing the use of his limbs had been "illuminating as well as terrible".
Pilots are being run around the UK to see if electric wallpaper could be an efficient way to heat homes.
Liz Truss's first account of her time as PM and questions over new hospitals being built lead the front pages.