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Republican Chris Christie drops out of the US presidential race after a disappointing finish in New Hampshire.
Shares of Twitter fall in after-hours trading as the companies earnings announcement shows growth faltering.
Junior doctors' leaders have rejected a "final take-it-or-leave-it" offer made by government in the contract dispute in England.
Hearts move 11 points clear of Ross County in third place in the Premiership with three second half goals in Dingwall.
Liverpool's owners scrap their controversial £77 ticket and apologise for the "distress caused" by last week's pricing announcement.
Captain Darren Fletcher smashes in an equaliser for West Brom against Peterborough in their FA Cup fourth-round replay at the ABAX Stadium.
Phil Gartside, who has been Bolton Wanderers chairman for 16 years, dies of cancer at the age of 63.
The world's longest-surviving heart transplant patient dies, 33 years after his life-saving operation.
MPs who have been arrested will not automatically be identified in the Commons after MPs approved changes to its procedures.
Olympic gold medallist Anna Watkins pulls out of the British programme for this year's Games in Rio.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders win decisively in the New Hampshire primary.
A dog that went missing in Rothwell last year has been found more than 130 miles (210km) away in Bristol.
North Korea has executed its army chief of staff Ri Yong-gil, according to unconfirmed South Korean media reports.
David Cameron writes to the Scottish government urging it to "move towards" his position on the fiscal framework for new devolved powers.
European Council president Donald Tusk clears his diary to focus on a tour of the EU to bolster the "fragile" deal over the UK's EU membership.
England can repeat their success of 2010 and win the World Twenty20, says Test captain Alastair Cook.
An IRA informer may have told police about the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings, a coroner is told.
A former High Court judge is to review the Metropolitan Police's handling of cases involving allegations of historical child abuse by public figures.
Time is running out to agree a deal with junior doctors in the long-running dispute, a key government negotiator is warning, as doctors in England take part in their second 24-hour strike.
The billionaire has shown in New Hampshire that he can turn publicity, controversy, even notoriety, into a winning margin of votes - indeed, a large winning margin.