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The struggling department store chain is trying to fend off overtures from Sports Direct's Mike Ashley.
Train times will be recorded to the minute at every stop in an attempt to improve train punctuality.
Theresa May will once more urge MPs to back her deal after the EU says the UK's departure can be postponed.
Bands from around the world are celebrating 50 years of heavy metal at the inaugural World Metal Congress in London.
In 1929, an African-American Ford engineer, Robert Robinson, was recruited to work in the USSR. He had to stay there, against his will, for nearly 50 years.
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world during the past seven days?
Tens of thousands of Yemenis have died, but in amongst the conflict there is one place that’s prospering – the city of Marib.
Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker updated reporters at a press conference which had some lighter moments.
Northern Ireland make a winning start to their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a deserved 2-0 victory over Estonia at Windsor Park.
As the real-life US political drama nears its finale, here's a reminder of the saga's main characters.
Manager Alex McLeish refuses to discuss his future after leading Scotland to one of the nation's most ignominious defeats in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier in Kazakhstan.
As its glaciers melt, they reveal the bodies of those who have perished on the mountain - but how deadly is Mount Everest?
Simone Biles says minor injuries have led to her body "falling apart" and she expects Tokyo 2020 to be her final Olympics.
Even though, as a judge has ruled, "she may not like the guest she interviews or the food she eats".
Few landing strips in the Amazon have been registered, so pilots have to file fake flight plans - making it hard to find them if they go missing.