Nasa’s Jupiter Juno reveals polar storms Stunning images from Nasa’s Jupiter “JunoCam” show huge, “endless storms” at the planet’s poles.
Family seven-year-old Guatemalan died US custody disputes Parents of Jakelin Caal said she had been given food and water while travelling through Mexico
Storm Deirdre: Snow freezing disruption UK Ireland Drivers advised not to take a trip ‘unless absolutely necessary’
Sports Personality nominees: Anderson, Asher-Smith, Hamilton, Kane, Thomas Yarnold shortlisted Stars from cricket, athletics, F1, football, cycling and winter sports are in the running to become named BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2018.
Brexiteers are – Irish is taking Insurance is intended to cover eventualities that we fear. So actually if presently proper now there were a low probability of a trade deal not being ready in time, that doesn’t imply a backstop would become a mistake
How scent Christmas Picking the perfect frangrance can end up being a small tricky, but Sarah Young has a few excellent tips to help you nail it
Geoff Murphy: Filmmaker New Zealand cinema He made second-rate Hollywood films for money with the comfort of knowing he was responsible for landmarks in Kiwi film
10 things didn't Chitty Chitty Bang Bang The children’s classic celebrates it is 50th anniversary today (16 December). Martin Chilton unearths a few strange facts about the film, which was based on a book by James Bond author Ian Fleming
Raheem Sterling features Nike advert inspiring racism alleged Sterling turned the spotlight on the media’s coverage of youthful black players following alleged racial abuse at Stamford Bridge
Patients illnesses are getting A brand new directive in the US is allowing mental health patients to opt for, or against, specific treatments – Pam Belluck investigates