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US expands travel ban to include N Korea
People from Venezuela and Chad will also now face restrictions on travel to the United States.
Trump NFL row: Defiance after US president urges boycott
Players kneel in protest during the US anthem as the president's remarks are strongly condemned.
Tennessee church shooting halted by 'extraordinarily brave' usher
Police praised the "extraordinarily brave" actions of the usher at the church near Nashville.
Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico facing crisis
The entire island is still without power and engineers say it could take months to be restored.
Jared Kushner used private email for White House business
Trump's adviser and son-in-law used a private account, a practice Hillary Clinton was attacked over.
Soul singer Charles Bradley dies aged 68
The singer, who released his first album in his 60s, cancelled tour dates just two weeks ago.
Trump rails against Republican Obamacare rebels
Republicans who refuse to back repeal legislation lack "guts", the US president says.
US student trapped in Indiana cave for three days
Lukas Cavar, 19, says he had to lick the walls of the cave for moisture during his three day ordeal.
Blink 182, Korn and Avenged Sevenfold to play Chester Bennington tribute
Acts sign up for a special gig in memory of the singer, who killed himself in July.
Obama-era campus sex assault rules rescinded
The US education secretary says existing rules are unfairly tilted against the accused.
James Comey: Protests disrupt speech to Howard students
Protesters drown out a speech to university students in Washington by ex-FBI director James Comey.
US Health Secretary Tom Price's private air travel probed
The inspector general will focus on Tom Price's private jet trips and "may encompass other issues".
Brigham Young University ends Mormon ban on caffeinated soda
Brigham Young University amends its policy after the church revised its stance on caffeine in 2012.
Meghan Markle attends as Prince Harry launches Invictus Games
The actress, Prince Harry's girlfriend, joins the opening ceremony as he hails injured service personnel.
How the abandoned bikes of Burning Man are making their way to hurricane victims.
Neglected genius
The artist became hugely famous very young, but a lack of support led to drugs and death at 27, says a friend.
Two hurricanes
Cuba and Puerto Rico responded differently to devastating hurricanes, the BBC's Will Grant reports.
Denim double down
The US clothing firm is now enjoying five years of profit growth as it recovers from past woes.
Empathy cards
This cancer survivor is changing the "sugarcoated" greeting card business
Class act
Photographers highlight the legacy and potential future of derelict schools in St Louis.
Grey matters
How widespread is CTE, the disease found in dead former NFL player Aaron Hernandez?
Bright sparks
The fast-growing US solar industry is at odds with itself - and the decision may be left to Trump.
Toshiba to sell chip unit for $18bn to plug losses
The embattled electronics firm hopes the deal will cover heavy losses from its nuclear division.
US deficit rises to 2008 levels
The drop was driven by a decline in income receipts from foreigners.
Ten Network creditors accept CBS takeover bid
The US network beats a rival offer from Lachlan Murdoch to buy the struggling broadcaster.
Prince Harry opens Invictus Games in Toronto
The event is being held in Canada. Athletes from 15 countries compete over eight days.
Hurricane Maria knocks out power in Puerto Rico
The powerful storm has cut off electricity to 3.5 million people.
How the world reacted to Trump's UN speech
What did the global gathering at the UN make of the speech by US President Donald Trump?
Trump at UN: Which 'rogue states' are in new axis of evil?
George W Bush invented the original list of US enemies - who did Donald Trump label 'rogue states'?
Trump at UN: North Korea's 'Rocket Man on suicide mission'
The US president warns North Korea will be "totally destroyed" if America is forced to defend itself.
Why are there so many hurricanes?
After Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Maria, David Shukman explains why there have been so many.
Hurricane Maria threatens British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands, still trying to get back on its feet after Irma, are now threatened by Maria.
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Trump at UN General Assembly: Three key points
Donald Trump is to make his debut at the UN General Assembly: Will he listen or lecture?
Irma: Apocalypse and the aftermath
The category five hurricane devastated Caribbean islands - a BBC team captured what was left behind.