Brendan Cole has been temporarily replaced by Gorka Marquez in rehearsals for Strictly Come Dancing.
Ten-month-old Joshua is one of hundreds of children admitted to hospital each year after being burned by hair straighteners.
We meet the artist who's been leaving messages - some encouraging, some bizarre - around the capital.
US comedian Rich Hall gives his list of the five things everyone should know about the race for the White House.
Five years after the eviction of Dale Farm began, Basildon Council has said it has not recouped any of its £4.3m bill.
Homeless people are being told by councils to sleep rough so they can access services, research by a charity finds.
A Tory MP who called for child migrants arriving in the UK from Calais to have their teeth tested to verify their ages is condemned by a dentists' group.
Too many magistrates are "old and white", one of the youngest justices of the peace in the country says, as MPs call for action to address the issue.
Wednesday's newspapers lead on plans to expand Heathrow, Spalding's child double killers, and the age of "child migrants".
Some experts believe "extreme" side-effects of antidepressants are more common than was previously thought. Some users say the tablets have made them suicidal.
Campaigning in the Witney and Batley and Spen by-elections enters its final day.
It was reported last week that the Russian news organisation, Pravda, was about to open an office in Scotland. Is this really true?
A terminally-ill pensioner was moved wards twice in the last 30 minutes of her life, including just moments before her death.
Along with a terrible reputation, King John had a grim death but inadvertently laid the foundations for democracy and the rule of law.
Five years on, three of those involved in the Dale Farm evictions tell of its lasting and impact and answer one primary question: Could it happen again?
Bus use has fallen across England again, with London also recording its first drop since 2012
Fifty years after a mining disaster in the Welsh village of Aberfan in which 116 children and 28 adults died, Huw Edwards reports on the families' long fight for justice.
Two Scottish government ministers are to travel to Brussels for discussions with MEPs on Scotland's place in Europe following the Brexit vote.
The wreck of a German U-boat that sank almost 100 years ago is discovered by engineers laying subsea power cables.
A senior member of the European Parliament accuses UK ministers who support Brexit of not being properly prepared to negotiate a deal to secure the UK's exit from the EU.