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Hillary Clinton's "#grandmothersKnowBest" tweet has rekindled speculation that she will highlight on her grandmotherly attributes in a campaign. What could be a clever attempt to soften her image isn't without risks, however.
Chelsea Football Club suspends three people from its ground after fans of the club appeared to stop a black man from boarding a Paris Metro train.
A 2,500-year-old bronze cat bust has been found in a bin in Penzance, Cornwall.
Members of Romania's privileged elite are among those detained in a major anti-corruption drive, the BBC's Nick Thorpe reports.
American Sniper is the Oscars-nominated film to have experienced the most illegal downloads since the awards shortlist was revealed, a study suggests.
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
The UK's drive to challenge US dominance in online learning passes the milestone of signing up a million students.
A delay in starting school for summer-born or premature children may be linked with poor academic performance later on, a study suggests.
Images from around the world: 19 February
A bronze cat that was nearly thrown in a skip sells at auction for £52,000.
Hidden adware pre-installed on Lenovo laptops and PCs popped up adverts without permission and could have compromised user data.