'This is 2016, not 1916. This is America!'
Several arrested as standoff in North Dakota reaches boiling point
Region by Ross Sea covers over 1.5 million square kilometres
'I want Canadians to raise their conscious level around missing and murdered women, and domestic violence,' says Indigenous ultra-marathoner Brad Firth
False teeth and bad back emojis, the brainchild of a frustrated grandmother, could soon be in use after being sent off for official approval.
The BBC's Orla Guerin was with Kurdish fighters in the village of Fazliya as it was seized from IS.
Dr Ellie Aston, who was harassed by a former patient for seven years, has told the BBC how she is a "wreck" when her stalker is out of prison.
US first lady Michelle Obama has appeared for the first time during the presidential election race with Hillary Clinton
The leaders of an armed militia that took over a federal wildlife refuge in the US state of Oregon have been acquitted of the charges against them.
Urgent repairs are to be carried on Britain's most famous clock tower at a cost of £29m.
A quick guide to the events after Cyrus Mistry's removal as the chairman of the Tata group.
A plane carrying the Republican vice-presidential nominee, Mike Pence, has slid off the runway while landing at New York's LaGuardia Airport.
Jesse Hirsch on how Facebook and other social media firms use your facial identity
Author Tim Wu says our constantly distracted state is a highly manufactured experience by advertisers
Venture capitalist Leonard Brody on the 7,500 texts that police are sending out to help them solve a crime
Mark Warner, principal at MAAW Law, on where things go next for the Canada-Europe trade deal
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Here are some tips for making trick-or-treating safe
Aaron Saltzman reports that Canada's wine industry seems positioned better than most to deal with climate change
As the US election campaign enters its final weeks, which candidate is gaining most support among Israeli-Americans?
An American in Chicago and one in Australia discuss whether mandatory voting would work in the US
For kids with food allergies, trick-or-treating may no longer be a nightmare
Meleana Estes has taken up her grandmother's tradition of teaching lei making.
Survey shows what the most popular costumes are for adults, pets and kids!
Gretchen and Tom met through politics and got engaged at the UK Parliament. But she's voting for Clinton and he's voting for Trump.