Autumn Statement: Chancellor's growth and borrowing figures
23 Nov 2016 3:24:14
The chancellor gives updated growth and borrowing figures for the UK economy.
Autumn Statement: Extra £3.7bn for housing projects
23 Nov 2016 3:18:50
New spending on housing projects totalling £3.7bn in England is announced by the chancellor.
Honour for software writer on Apollo moon mission
23 Nov 2016 2:14:06
Barack Obama awards medal to Margaret Hamilton to recognise role in sending humankind into space.
Thanksgiving: What US astronauts will be eating in space
23 Nov 2016 1:48:57
Nasa astronaut Shane Kimbrough has been showing off the specialties he'll be preparing for the crew's Thanksgiving meal aboard the ISS this year.
EE calls for mobile coverage clarity
23 Nov 2016 1:19:51
Mobile operator EE has called on phone networks to provide "greater clarity" about their UK signal coverage.
Google aims to tackle Black Friday crush
23 Nov 2016 1:10:25
A new tool launched by Google ahead of Black Friday offers to tell shoppers how busy a shop is, in real time.
Trump denies any conflict of interest over business empire
23 Nov 2016 9:10:03
Donald Trump defends his business interests as Democrats prepare to challenge the future president.
FTSE 100 higher but estate agents hit
23 Nov 2016 8:49:50
The UK market opens higher, but shares in estate agents suffer as the government prepares a ban on charging fees to tenants.
Thomas Cook profits down in tough year
23 Nov 2016 8:10:06
Travel firm Thomas Cook reports a fall in full-year profits after a tough period for the tourism industry.
Autumn Statement: UK economy since last Osborne Budget
23 Nov 2016 7:31:50
Some of the economic and political headlines since the final George Osborne Budget.
Supermarket prices 'to rise by 5%'
23 Nov 2016 7:24:00
UK supermarket prices will rise by at least 5% over the next six months, according to the former boss of Sainsbury's, Justin King.
South Korean authorities raid Samsung in Park Geun-hye probe
23 Nov 2016 5:21:19
Prosecutors have raided Samsung and the national pension fund as part of a corruption probe.
German car chief Matthias Wissmann warns over Brexit
23 Nov 2016 4:59:17
The government is urged to clarify its Brexit policy by the head of the German motor industry body.
Crown Resorts staff held in China are formally arrested
23 Nov 2016 4:38:34
Three Australian employees of casino firm Crown Resorts are formally arrested on suspicion of gambling offences.
Lufthansa strike starts after failed court challenge
23 Nov 2016 2:24:29
A strike at German airline Lufthansa begins after a legal challenge failed, forcing the cancellation of 900 flights.
Heinz beans advert banned by advertising watchdog
23 Nov 2016 2:14:56
A Heinz advert showing how to beat out a song on tin cans is banned for health and safety reasons.
Climate changing "too fast" for species
23 Nov 2016 1:43:32
A study of more than 250 plants and animals suggests many will be unable to adapt quickly enough to survive predicted changes in rainfall and temperature.
MSPs to question Humza Yousaf over ScotRail
23 Nov 2016 1:14:38
MSPs are to question Scotland's transport minister over his plans to improve the country's rail services.
Talking the talk
23 Nov 2016 0:46:04
The university lecture has survived, despite claims that technology would make it redundant.
Waste not, want not
23 Nov 2016 0:41:38
We look at the sustainable practices used by Nasa and what businesses can learn from them.
Spoils of war
23 Nov 2016 0:30:01
Trump won 218 counties that voted for Obama in 2012. In Pennsylvania, supporters in one of these counties discuss their hopes for the next four years.
Reality Check: What is affordable housing?
23 Nov 2016 0:24:20
The chancellor is expected to announce new spending on affordable housing - what is it?
Deliveroo customers billed for unordered food
23 Nov 2016 0:20:46
Takeaway delivery service Deliveroo has been hacked, a BBC investigation has found.
Autumn Statement 2016: Lettings agent fees will be banned
23 Nov 2016 0:15:44
Lettings agents will be banned from charging fees to tenants as is already the case in Scotland, under government plans.
BHS pension: Frank Field asks if Philip Green's assets can be seized
22 Nov 2016 3:21:40
The MP leading a probe into the BHS pension scheme asks whether Sir Philip Green's assets could be seized.