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Mutant sperm-factories spread in men's testicles as they age to increase the risk of children with genetic diseases, researchers have shown.
Exposure to short flashes of light at night could help travellers adjust to new time zones and avoid jet lag, according to scientists.
The biggest-ever rise in public dissatisfaction with the NHS was recorded last year, according to a long-running survey.
Why it's wrong to call evolution 'just a theory'
Meet Svend Steengaard - the world's oldest powerlifter
Why the new-age flotation tank has soared in popularity
A plane made an emergency landing in Somalia with a hole in its side, one passenger missing and lots of unanswered questions.
The African Union force in Somalia is facing new questions following last month's attack on a Kenyan military base, which al-Shabab says killed more than 100 soldiers, writes the BBC's Tomi Oladipo.
The EU renegotiation may be centre stage in the UK, but the rest of Europe has other pressing concerns, says Mark Mardell.
The elderly couple who will not leave the town of Peski on Ukraine's frontline despite shelling damaging their house.
How easy is self-publishing?
The New Hampshire primaries will be crucial for both sides of the presidential race. The BBC’s Katty Kay talks about the three things she’ll be watching for on Tuesday night.
As more and more writers choose to self-publish, how are these author-entrepreneurs changing the bookselling industry?
Are Trump and his rivals a big joke, asks PJ O'Rourke
The number of train tickets sold in the UK last year rose 3.8% to 1.7 billion, according to the Rail Delivery Group.
Sending mentally ill adults long distances across England for non-specialist treatment must end, says an independent report.
The widow of a former senior Islamic State leader is charged over the death of US hostage Kayla Mueller last year, the US justice department says.
Britain's relations with the rest of Europe once again make front-page news, while papers use spectacular images of Storm Imogen.
Everton are moving closer to a £200m takeover after talks with an American consortium led by John Jay Moores and Charles Noell.
A man has been shot dead in Dublin in what police believe could be a reprisal for a murder at a boxing match weigh-in on Friday.