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13-01-2020 19:31
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The hip-hop star will be honoured with a ceremony on the prestigious Los Angeles walkway on 7 June.
01-06-2023 09:41
Police allege the man deliberately started the blaze at the emergency housing hostel in Wellington.
01-06-2023 09:25
Officials in Ukraine's capital say a child, her mother and another woman died in the missile strike.
01-06-2023 05:59
Ben Roberts-Smith had sued newspapers over allegations he killed unarmed prisoners in Afghanistan.
01-06-2023 05:41
Aras Amiri was held for years in a notorious Iranian jail with environmentalists accused of espionage.
01-06-2023 03:59
A Nepali sherpa guide carried the man on his back for six hours during the "very rare" high-altitude rescue.
01-06-2023 03:44
Australia's BHP said the leave and allowance 'errors' will cost the company up to $280m.
01-06-2023 02:41
The Senate must approve the deal and send it to the president's desk this weekend to avoid a default.
01-06-2023 01:27
Bola Tinubu has picked his first big fight with trade unions by deciding to scrap fuel subsidies.
01-06-2023 00:12
Marie Bolden, a black teenager, won the first US spelling bee in 1908. Her win was eclipsed by racism.
01-06-2023 00:09
Three women said the actor sexually assaulted them at his Hollywood home between 2001-03.
31-05-2023 23:45
But the special rapporteur, dismissed by critics as the prime minister's "ski buddy", vows to stay on.
31-05-2023 23:04
Footage of potential human rights abuses may be lost after platforms delete it, the BBC has found.
31-05-2023 23:01
The health ministry says making the pill more easily available "removes an important barrier".
31-05-2023 22:59
The former president could face a stiff challenge for his party's 2024 presidential nomination.
31-05-2023 22:27
Indian wrestlers protesting against sexual harassment have been targeted by an artificially generated image.
31-05-2023 21:12
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It will also pay out after allowing employees of its Ring doorbell system access to customer recordings.
31-05-2023 20:49
Canadian computer scientist Yoshua Bengio tells the BBC he did not realise AI would develop so fast.
30-05-2023 23:05
Investors excited about the possibilities for artificial intelligence have sent the US chipmaker's value soaring.
30-05-2023 20:22
Experts say victims often never get their money back from those who defrauded them.
30-05-2023 17:46
The government wants stronger evidence on psychological impacts of gaming and how the industry works.
30-05-2023 16:20
It will look into claims of unfairness amid reports labels receive the lion's share of royalties.
30-05-2023 14:10
Heads of OpenAI, Google Deepmind and Anthropic say the threat as great as pandemics and nuclear war.
30-05-2023 11:31
The online giant is offering a flexible contract but the GMB union says workers want higher pay.
30-05-2023 02:45
The privacy watchdog is urging groups using the outsourcing giant to check if data has been exposed.
29-05-2023 18:26
Can new chief executive Linda Yaccarino fix Twitter?
28-05-2023 23:11
The lawyer told the judge he did not know content from the artificial intelligence could be false.
27-05-2023 22:20
Elon Musk’s brain chip firm Neuralink has received the US regulatory green light for its first human clinical trial, after earlier controversies.
26-05-2023 18:15
The billionaire's Neuralink implant company wants to help restore people's vision and mobility.
26-05-2023 15:25
OpenAI's Sam Altman previously said if it fails to comply with the forthcoming AI Act, it might exit the EU.
26-05-2023 09:26
Innovation and good timing combined to make California's Nvidia the dominant firm for AI computer chips.
26-05-2023 08:59
Ron DeSantis' launch of his White House presidential campaign was hit by technical problems.
26-05-2023 04:15
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They are largely unpredictable and unforeseeable but are twisters becoming a more serious threat?
01-06-2023 22:30
UK researchers are developing peas that don't taste like peas as an environmentally friendly alternative to soya.
31-05-2023 12:03
The cubs were the first to be born in the country 70 years after the animals were declared extinct here
26-05-2023 04:26
Thousands of 'otherworldly' animals live beneath the ocean in an area that may be mined for metals.
25-05-2023 15:32
Government minister pushes back against EU and US calls for removal of Sultan al-Jaber as head of COP28.
25-05-2023 10:56
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo is celebrating the birth of meerkat pups for the first time in 16 years.
25-05-2023 00:15
A high court judge dismisses a legal challenge over the welfare of fast-growing chickens on farms.
24-05-2023 15:57
The country is the world's largest exporter of chicken meat, and wants to stop the virus spreading.
23-05-2023 04:53
The government plans to extend a ban on dealing ivory to five endangered species.
23-05-2023 00:32
Better early warning systems and disaster management mean fewer lives lost to extreme weather.
22-05-2023 14:05
'Enhanced rock weathering' uses tiny volcanic rocks to capture the greenhouse gas carbon from the atmosphere.
20-05-2023 23:21
The actor and ex-governor tells Laura Kuenssberg politicians must move faster to preserve the planet.
20-05-2023 15:56
Water companies apologise for sewage spills in England, but critics say customers should not foot the bill.
18-05-2023 15:35
Farmers and vets traumatised by mass culls do not get enough mental health support, a report finds.
18-05-2023 00:45
The firms aiming to help eradicate invasive species by making commercial use of them.
17-05-2023 23:40
The tale involves a long legal battle and a unique bond between a man and Smooshi the walrus.
17-05-2023 23:20
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Women in Sudan's few remaining maternity wards are having babies to the sound of gunfire.
03-06-2023 23:04
Olivia Maunder was told her pain was psychological by doctors at Frimley Park Hospital.
02-06-2023 08:43
Women say they are facing "soul-destroying" waits for reconstructive surgery after breast cancer.
02-06-2023 05:08
The Galleri test revealed the correct site of a tumour 85% of the time in a study with 5,000 patients.
01-06-2023 23:08
The US National Eating Disorder Association is investigating reports the chatbot shared harmful advice.
01-06-2023 21:32
As the number of breast reductions rises, women open up on their experience of having bigger breasts.
01-06-2023 09:57
Most adults in NI will now be considered potential organ donors but there are some exceptions.
01-06-2023 06:20
Daniel Knott's mother says her grief has been amplified by a video of his body being shared online.
01-06-2023 05:35
The aim is to protect the most vulnerable as high temperatures become more common due to climate change.
01-06-2023 03:24
Canada will be the first country to have warning labels on the tipping paper of individual cigarettes.
31-05-2023 19:18
A new workplace standard for women with periods or the menopause has been published.
31-05-2023 18:58
Rimegepant will be available only to adults who have tried at least three other preventative drugs.
31-05-2023 13:34
Independent inspectors have been called in to look at how to improve the service, BBC News NI learns.
31-05-2023 07:16
Scientists discover 4,000 year-old plague DNA - the oldest evidence of the disease in Britain.
31-05-2023 05:16
Lacie wears an eye patch to treat her condition and says the new app helps her want to keep it on.
31-05-2023 05:08
Lacie wears an eye patch to treat her condition and says the new app helps her want to keep it on.
31-05-2023 05:08