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Being one of the "worried well" might actually increase heart-disease risk, a study suggests.
Travel firms want a UK government decision on resuming flights to Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh resort.
Thousands of workers are being priced out of challenging unfair treatment, a trade union body says.
Below Liverpool's streets lies a 200-year-old tunnel network that confounds the experts.
As so-called Islamic State militants are driven out of Mosul, Paul Moss reports on the continuing plight of the Yazidis.
Abdullah al-Ibbi lost 27 members of his family in an air strike on his home in northern Yemen, devastating his life in an instant.
Hundreds of commuters are facing fresh travel disruption in the latest strike by Southern rail workers.
Chinese investors are spending billions buying Western games companies - what are the pros and cons?
As the latest Southern Rail strike gets under way, we put eight questions from commuters to rail bosses, the union and government officials.
An earthworm named Dave wriggles into the record books as the largest ever found in the UK - measuring a whopping 40cm (15.7in).
No player was to blame for the death of Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes, as the findings of the inquest were revealed.
Crop-burning in farming areas in northern India is fuelling Delhi's most dangerous levels of air pollution in years.
The French are renowned as enthusiastic hunters, but their enthusiasm is waning fast, reports John Laurenson, as younger generations baulk at causing harm to animals.
As Robbie Williams releases his 12th album and is honoured with a BRITs Icon Award, he reveals how family changed him.
How a throwaway comment about a schoolgirl helped to unearth the full story of Hillary Clinton's English coal mining roots.
Thousands of smaller primaries and secondaries in England are becoming financially unviable, head teachers say.
Rents across the UK are set to rise considerably faster than house prices over the next five years, according to property agents Savills
The High Court ruling that the formal process of Britain leaving the EU must have parliamentary approval dominates the pages of Friday's newspapers.
Jose Mourinho accuses Manchester United of approaching the loss to Fenerbahce as if it was a "summer friendly".
If the passengers on this plane had their way, then Donald Trump would be president.