The president also tells Florida shooting survivors he supports calls for improved background checks.
The UN Secretary General is calling for an end to the fighting so aid can enter the rebel-held area.
During a 60-year career, Graham became one of the best-known preachers of the 20th Century.
Nicolás Maduro calls for more elections to be added to April's vote amid an opposition boycott.
The car giant says US chief Raj Nair's actions were "inconsistent with the company's code of conduct".
Some of the 100 girls thought to have been abducted in Nigeria have been found, officials say.
It is being seen as a blow to the Israeli PM as he faces several corruption allegations.
Cassiday Proctor, a morning radio presenter, gave birth by Caesarean section live on air.
Customs officers and police in 81 countries found paintings, sculptures and ancient weapons.
The man was trying to flee before his jail term for fraud, say police in Singapore.
The exhibit by Santiago Sierra photographed individuals considered by some to be "political prisoners".
Emergency officials say at least 35 people died when the coach plummeted off the highway at night.
President Trump held a listening session at the White House where he was urged by parents to act.
Sam Zeif, who survived the Florida school shooting, has called for new laws to stop such a tragedy happening again.
The US evangelist has died aged 99. He was one of the most influential preachers of the 20th Century.
Over 200 people have been killed in the rebel-held region outside of Damascus, Syria.
He was guarding a bank in Asyut, Egypt, when he spotted the boy three floors above.
Three hundred drones created a stunning light show in the night sky during Olympic medal ceremony.
Australia's Djelk Rangers are paid to collect eggs from crocodile nests but it's a dangerous job.
The ruling from Europe's top court may allow workers across the EU to charge for this kind of work.
Scientists scan Tasmanian tiger specimens to better understand the marsupial's development in the pouch.
President issues decree doing away with much-maligned apostrophes introduced last year.
A Russian art project in the shape of a burning gothic building prompts a heated debate on art and religion.
China's capital city is trialling a scheme that asks people to pay to ride up and down in lifts.
It follows the prime minister's shock resignation and the release of hundreds of political prisoners.
Travel the length of the Nile with BBC News to find out how a new dam being built in Ethiopia is threatening to cause a serious rift with neighbouring countries Egypt and Sudan.
Kim Jong-un's sister's possible pregnancy stokes fascination with the North's opaque ruling dynasty.
Robert Mugabe is one of many leaders who find themselves out of favour once they lose power.
After 17 people were killed in Florida, could these measures stop school shootings in the US?
How a Russian entrepreneur created a popular cosmetics brand based around using extracts from Siberian herbs.
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Mathias Cormann only began learning English aged 23 - now he will be the nation's temporary leader.
Charity fundraiser Susan Shaw was fatally hit by Damien Raeburn's car while he was being pursued by police.
The three have been all been bailed to appear at Preston Magistrates' Court on Thursday.
Jim Marsh is accused of posting an inappropriate comment after a woman claimed she was harassed.
The woman, in her 70s, suffered serious head injuries, says the North West Ambulance Service.
Burnley and England goalkeeper Tom Heaton plays his first match since having surgery on a dislocated shoulder in September.
Aston Villa miss the chance to move second in the Championship after being held at home by play-off chasing Preston.
A young woman who became stuck in mud on Fleetwood beach is rescued from the rising tide.
A late fightback can not prevent Fleetwood losing their eighth game in a row as Portsmouth became the latest team to collect three points from Highbury.
Guiseley stun AFC Fylde with to earn their first win in 10 league matches and their maiden triumph under caretaker boss Sean St Ledger.
Blackburn were spurred on to beat Bury after being booed by their own fans at half-time, says boss Tony Mowbray.
Goals from Danny Graham and Adam Armstrong send Blackburn top of League One with victory over Bury.
Fleetwood Town head coach Uwe Rosler is sacked after seven straight defeats in all competitions.
One of the rapist's victims told Victoria Derbyshire that watching the number of victims rise as more women came forward was "horrendous".
A minister is asked for his reaction to claims by the defence secretary that Jeremy Corbyn "betrayed his country" and a security minister comparing Labour's leader to Kim Philby.
Paloma Faith was among those asked about the symbol of solidarity with victims of harassment and abuse.
The singer responds to reports that he's performing at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.
The "minor miracle" for the seal left with "horrendous" injuries from a Frisbee-style beach toy.
The Starling Jet is due to launch in six years time at a cost of £8m.
Great Britain's bobsleighers Mica McNeill and Mica Moore have got to Pyeongchang thanks to crowdfunding.
She sat in the front row next to Vogue's Anna Wintour and gave an award to designer Richard Quinn.
Basil the collie cross was rescued from the 50ft ledge near Townhill after Saturday's earthquake.
The singer is the first female artist to get five Brit Award nominations in one year.
Belle needed treatment for an injured leg and is Cotswold Wildlife Park's first hand-reared white rhino calf.
Some 84 bags of stones are airlifted to mountains to help the Mourne Wall Restoration Project.
The parents of a boy with a mystery illness lose a fight in the High Court for doctors to continue life support.
Scientists uncover faulty genes behind a rare blood vessel disorder and say cancer drugs could treat it.
Jeremy Corbyn responds to the Daily Mail by saying stories about him and a Czech spy are "nonsense".
The actress says her "rude" comment at the Baftas was "an inside joke that fell flat".
Model Chloe Ayling revisits the place she was allegedly held after being lured to Milan.
Damian Green doesn't think he acted inappropriately towards journalist Kate Maltby
James Beardwell won praise after being filmed supporting Witham Town FC.
Three women tell the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire about their experience of upskirting.
Singer Cheryl has opened a youth centre in her home town of Newcastle in a joint venture with The Prince's Trust.
Nine-year-old Lola is about to unleash her secret weapon at a skateboarding competition.
A 1960s shopping and residential building is knocked down as part of a £25m regeneration.
Liv Moore recalls the moment a man took a photograph while she was on the Tube with her parents.
As a poll finds "worrying attitudes" among employers, three mums tell the BBC about their experiences.
With more than 200 regional papers having closed since 2005, the government has launched a review of the industry.
Customers react as KFC closes 562 restaurants after problems with a supplier caused a chicken shortage.
Officers filmed their arrest of the geophysicist after a four-year hunt involving the FBI, British police and Europol.
Gary Cliffe's disturbing account of the abuse he suffered at the hands of Barry Bennell.
Theresa May tells the BBC's political editor that she wants to ensure the education funding system is fair to students and to taxpayers.
Heart transplant patient Hannah Jones is reunited with her surgeon live on BBC Victoria Derbyshire.
Ahead of presenting the Brit Awards, Jack Whitehall reveals how his preparation is going.
The big Bafta winner this year, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri took home five awards.
From the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements to the films they made, the stars had a lot to say.