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How to help if you see a sick homeless person

After a deceased homeless man was found dead in a street, many people are asking how to help. Details...

Johnny Fiveaces: Original meme artwork sells for $5,100

Pencil sketch of Johnny Fiveaces, the internet in-joke from an abandoned computer game, sells on eBay. Details...

How bots are stealing artwork from artists on Twitter

Artists tell the BBC how their artwork has been stolen from Twitter and is being sold elsewhere. Details...

‘How texts to my dead brother brought us together’

A Minneapolis woman started messaging her brother's old phone but she didn't expect what happened next. Details...

Narwhal: Puppy with extra tail on his head rescued

Thousands of "likes" pour in for a Missouri rescue centre and the "unicorn" dog with a tail on his brow. Details...

Your Questions Answered: 'Why is it not compulsory to vote in elections in the UK?'

Your Questions Answered: 'Why is it not compulsory to vote in elections in the UK when it is in more than a dozen other countries around the world?' Details...

General election 2019: 'Why can't manifestos be legally binding?'

In response to audience questions, Chi Chi Izundu investigates why manifesto commitments are not legally enforced. Details...

'How much does an election cost?'

As the country gears up for a general election a number of you have been interested in finding out how much they cost. The BBC's Ben Hunte went to find the answer. Details...

'Why can't we vote online?'

Chi Chi Izundu meets voters with questions about online voting. Details...

'Where should students vote?'

Chi Chi Izundu stops for a cup of tea with students in Leeds as she answers their general election 2019 questions. Details...

Election 2019, Your Questions Answered: Which party will help first-time buyers?

Your questions answered on the housing crisis, stamp duty and environmentally-friendly new homes. Details...

How will UK wildlife be saved?

Your questions answered: The environment, wildlife and climate change. Details...

Can fathers get maternity pay?

What are the parties promising to do about childcare costs, and more of your questions answered. Details...

Election 2019, Your Questions Answered: What happens if a candidate is dropped?

At least 19 candidates across the UK have been dropped by political parties - but what happens next? Details...

How much money has been spent on Brexit?

How much money has been spent on Brexit, and other questions answered. Details...

General election 2019: Can I vote as someone else?

You don't have to show ID when you vote so what's to stop you pretending to be someone else? Details...

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Flooding brings travel disruption across south east of England

The M23 in West Sussex reopens as flooding causes road and rail disruption across the South East. Details...

Scottish independence: Boris Johnson to 'carefully consider' indyref2 request

The Scottish secretary insists Boris Johnson will not mark Nicola Sturgeon's letter "return to sender". Details...

Jim McColl: CalMac ferries 'should be scrapped'

Ex-Ferguson shipyard boss Jim McColl speaks out against plans to spend £110m on part-finished ferries. Details...

Stormont talks: DUP 'flatly rejects' impasse is its fault

The British and Irish governments wanted to table an agreement on Thursday but could not get DUP support. Details...

Heathrow third runway 'delayed for 12 months'

The airport claims a decision by the aviation regulator to limit its spending will delay progress. Details...



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BBC News - Science & Environment

Boeing astronaut ship stalls in orbit

The uncrewed demonstration of Boeing's Starliner capsule is cut short because of technical problems. Details...

Netherlands climate change: Court orders bigger cuts in emissions

The top court upholds a ruling requiring 1990 levels to be cut by at least 25% by the end of 2020. Details...

World's oldest fossil trees uncovered in New York

Fossil trees, dating back 386 million years, have been found at an abandoned quarry in New York. Details...

Climate change: Met Office says warming trend will continue in 2020

Next year is expected to be another warm year, extending the series of the hottest on record. Details...

Homo erectus: Ancient humans survived longer than we thought

An ancient ancestor of modern humans survived into relatively recent times in South East Asia. Details...

Robert Downey Jr launches YouTube doc featuring AI baby

The original series sets out to explain and demystify artificial intelligence technology. Details...

How the scramble for sand is destroying the Mekong

The Mekong river is being damaged by sand extraction, adding to calls for limits on sand usage. Details...

Europe's Cheops telescope launches to study far-off worlds

The Cheops space mission will get beyond just counting planets to start describing their properties. Details...

$5bn fund unveiled for climate-friendly shipping

Ship owners announce plans for a $5bn fund to design zero-emissions vessels. Details...

DNA from Stone Age woman obtained 6,000 years on

Ancient DNA extracted from a tooth print in ancient "chewing gum" reveals new clues about our ancestors. Details...

Climate watchdog urges PM to get back on track

The comments from the UK's official climate come ahead of a global climate conference in Glasgow. Details...

Miss America 2020: Biochemist wins crown after on-stage experiment

Camille Schrier, who wowed judges with a science experiment, said she aims to "break stereotypes". Details...

Giant prehistoric caiman had extra hip bone to carry its weight

Purussaurus mirandai could grow to 10m in length and was able to move on land, scientists believe. Details...

Rwanda climate change: Kigali homes built near wetlands are destroyed

Kigali residents demand compensation as hundreds of houses vulnerable to flooding are knocked down. Details...

Anak Krakatau: Giant blocks of rock litter ocean floor

Landslide debris from the collapsed Anak Krakatau volcano is pictured on the seabed for the first time. Details...

COP25: Longest climate talks end with compromise deal

Exhausted delegates reach agreement on the key question of ambition with tricky issues postponed. Details...

Greta Thunberg apologises for 'put leaders against the wall' comment

The teenage climate activist says the phrase has a different meaning in her first language, Swedish. Details...

Bloodhound car has 800mph target in its sights for 2021

Test data indicates a land speed record should be achievable, says the project's chief engineer. Details...

Humans 'sole culprits' in US parrot extinction

A study of North America's only native parrot confirms its disappearance was down to humans alone. Details...

Denman Glacier: Deepest point on land found in Antarctica

Denman Glacier reaches down to more than 3,500m below sea level. Only ocean trenches go deeper. Details...

DNA may hold clues to extinct animal lifespan

Scientists calculate the lifespans of long-lost species, including ancient human relatives. Details...

Climate change: Anger as protesters barred from UN talks

Around 200 environmental campaigners are barred from climate talks after Greta Thunberg speaks. Details...

Minecraft diamond challenge leaves AI creators stumped

Humans usually take minutes to learn how to find diamonds in the game, but AI agents struggled. Details...

Sulawesi art: Animal painting found in cave is 44,000 years old

Experts say the art, found in an Indonesian cave, could be the world's oldest recorded story. Details...

Climate change: Methane pulse detected from South Sudan wetlands

Emissions from the region made a major contribution to global greenhouse gas levels in 2010-2016. Details...

Hendrix in the clear over parakeet release

Researchers say the rock star did not introduce the non-native species in Carnaby Street in the 60s. Details...

Naturalist and presenter David Bellamy dies at 86

Tributes are paid to the "larger-than-life" TV broadcaster, scientist and conservationist. Details...

Greta Thunberg named Time Person of the Year for 2019

The 16-year-old Swedish schoolgirl has inspired a global movement to fight climate change. Details...

Climate change: Major emitters accused of blocking progress at UN talks

Brazil, China, India and Saudi Arabia are criticised as anger grows at a UN climate change meeting. Details...

Climate change: Greenland ice melt 'is accelerating'

The ice sheet's contribution to sea-level rise is now seven times what it was in the 1990s. Details...

Seafloor scar of Bikini A-bomb test still visible

Seventy-three years after the first underwater nuclear explosion, scientists return to map the site. Details...

Are cities bad for the environment?

Cities have a bad reputation for pollution but - in terms of climate change - that might be unfair. Details...

How Africa will be affected by climate change

The African continent is more vulnerable than any other region to the world's changing weather patterns. Details...

The place where dead eagles are given a new life

Colorado's National Eagle Repository is the only one of its kind in the world. Details...

Seychelles: The island nation with a novel way to tackle climate change

The Seychelles has swapped 5% of its national debt for a cash injection to fight climate change and save its ocean. Details...

Biodiversity: The best plants for attracting insects to gardens

With insect populations in decline, a study shows how gardens can support beetles, spiders and the like. Details...

How to have a more sustainable Christmas

From renting your tree, to sponsoring a turkey, a growing number of people are having a greener Christmas. Details...

US meteorite adds to origins mystery

Scientists are getting closer to tracing the sources of meteorites that fall to Earth. Details...

Mars rover aims to grab a piece of history

British engineers test technologies that will be needed to bring samples of Martian rock to Earth. Details...

Plastic pollution has killed half a million hermit crabs, study says

As plastic piles up on beaches, hermit crabs are getting trapped in plastic containers and killed. Details...

Bloodhound diary: Getting the job done at over 600mph

Land speed record holder Andy Green describes his final high-speed test run in the Bloodhound car. Details...

Boeing launches Starliner capsule to ISS for Nasa

The test flight has a dummy on board but, if successful, astronauts are due to start using the craft from 2020. Details...

Senegal's plastic recycling 'monster' campaigns for a cleaner country

Modou Fall had to get creative to get people thinking more about plastic waste in Senegal. Details...

Warwickshire man uses pension to save 62,000 animals

Geoff Grewcock set up the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary in his garden 18 years ago. Details...

Octopus and eagle square off at Canadian fish farm

The duelling animals were found floating in the waters off Quatsino, British Columbia. Details...

A 'game changer' for cardboard box waste?

A factory in France is trialling a more efficient way of packaging orders, Emma Simpson reports. Details...



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