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Indian Wells tournament chief Raymond Moore resigns after his controversial comments about equal pay in tennis.
The row over disability benefits cuts announced in the Budget continues in the press after it was revealed they would be dropped.
Sexting among young people is "skyrocketing" but the government is "refusing to protect the smartphone generation", says Labour.
Aung San Suu Kyi, whose National League for Democracy (NLD) party swept to victory in Myanmar's election, is given a place in the new cabinet.
Books of condolence open in Londonderry in memory of five members of a family who died in a drowning tragedy off the Irish coast.
Police in England and Wales need to further encourage sexual abuse victims to come forward by "believing" their accounts, the College of Policing says.
Donald Trump reveals part of his foreign policy team, and in speeches and interviews on Monday reveals he's a different kind of Republican candidate.
Chancellor George Osborne is to defend his handling of the economy ahead of a vote by MPs to approve his Budget.
The Cuban and US leaders differ on issues including Cuba's political prisoners during President Barack Obama's landmark visit.
The FBI says it may have found a way to unlock the San Bernardino attacker's iPhone without Apple's assistance.
People in England at risk of type-2 diabetes are to be offered healthy-lifestyle support by the NHS to help them prevent the condition developing.
The plan to make all schools academies by 2022 is risky, says a body representing them.
Metallic ink was used to write the Herculaneum scrolls, say scientists.
Budget time always brings "loophole" back into news
The whole question of what it means to be South African is being played out on the country's university campuses, says Karen Allen.
Brazil's Petrobras, which is at the centre of a major corruption scandal, posts its biggest ever quarterly loss due to the plunge in oil prices.
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband is to set out his case for why the UK should stay in the EU, in his first major intervention in the referendum debate.
The comedians mocking militants inside Syria and Iraq
The first UK solo exhibition of photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz's long-term project on water opens in London.
The BBC launches the Micro Bit computer by giving a copy to thousands of Year 7 pupils - but is it too late to inspire a fresh generation of coders?