The US president's move comes a day after US hunters were told they could import elephant trophies.
Is the Breaking Bad star any good as news anchor Howard Beale?
Look at what goes on when Strictly Come Dancing decamps to the Tower Ballroom.
Ninety MPs write to the PM, saying patients are being "failed" by strained NHS social care services.
The Chancellor is expected to announce plans to examine the idea in Wednesday's Budget.
Thirty years since the King's Cross fire claimed the lives of 31 people, BBC News talks to survivors of the tragedy.
Despite leaving school with no GCSEs, Louchavan Lemard has been named Black Business Man of 2017.
The statistics that explain how things have got so bad in Zimbabwe.
A day in the life of Travis "Castaway" Waters, the South African who gets paid to play video games.
As the UN climate change conference ends, BBC Science's David Shukman takes a look at melting ice caps.
UK initiatives aim to get young people choosing a career in cyber-security to close a looming skills gap.
The two Middle Eastern powers have long been rivals but recently it all got a lot more tense.
The papers feature a range of stories, including a proposed tax on plastic takeaway containers.
British former professional cyclist David Millar accuses Team Sky of "gaming the system" over their use of therapeutic use exemptions.
Philip Hammond will use the Budget to "attack problems" that lost the Tories votes, a former minister tells Newsnight.
Senator Bob Corker is at odds with a president who wants to cut foreign aid drastically.
A former US surgeon general warns there is a growing "epidemic" of loneliness threatening our health.
Debutant Jessica Breach scores six tries as England women thump Canada 79-5 in the first match of their three-Test series.
Andy Murray announces he and coach Ivan Lendl "mutually agree" to end their working relationship.
Phil Jones was given six injections by England medical staff so he could play against Germany, says Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho.