BBC Newsbeat kicked off a firestorm after posting a video on Twitter asking: 'Black people and fried chicken - is there any truth in it?'
Political commentator Charlie Wolf joined Jon Holmes and revealed his views on the presidential election
The robot is designed to understand more about the effects of smoking on the human body and uses living human bronchiolar epithelium to increase its accuracy
UKIP leadership challenger maps out plans to make his party 'the voice of common sense'
Ed Balls has revealed that he could return to politics, but for the time being he's just enjoying life
UKIP leadership challenger said he would provide a voice of common sense and strive to end recent feuding within the party
The French President assured the public in an interview with regional paper La Voix Du Nord
A woman who converted to Islam and owned materials related to Isis has attacked police with a nice in Germany, after throwing furniture out of her window
Amra Bone told Julia Hartley-Brewer Sharia councils don't constitute a parallel legal system
A Japanese woman in her 30s was badly burnt after passing gas during surgery, which was ignited by a laser they were using
The TV presenter and choirmaster popped by the studio to speak with Paul Ross
Keith Vaz has been voted onto the justice committee despite calls to vote against him after allegations he paid for two male sex workers
Will Geddes spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the issue of cybersecurity and the recent interview the MI5 chief gave to The Guardian
The toddler fell four storeys and was found in the garden by paramedics, enquiries are continuing into the incident
The Government has ruled that there will not a an inquiry into what happened at Orgreave, which has left campaigners furious
The government is trying to root out any opposition as part of an ongoing crackdown following the failed coup in July
The Home Secretary announced there would be no inquiry into the confrontation during the 1984 clash with miners at a Rotherham coking plant
However John LeBoutillier, who formerly represented New York's 6th District in Queens, also suggested the present scandal might not be as damaging as it appears
Barbara McPheron was trapped in her Hummer for five days before she was found, fire crews then rescued her and she was taken to hospital
Man in Badajoz claimed he had been hit by a clown with a wrench and even posted pictures of his injures on social media
Hashtag was conceived as a publicity tool for the Battlefield computer game - but it quickly backfired with scores of negative messages on social media
Many on Twitter have been revealing all about what their ouija boards told them
A self-proclaimed 'Reichsburger' gunman opened fire on four officers during a police raid on October 20, killing one
Research allegedly reveals that the Bavarians were unusually conscientious about the exclusion of Jewish members
A four-day event will take place at Château de Jolibert in France, where visitors can become students at Hogwarts
Ghostwatch aired on BBC One in 1992, and no viewer has quite forgotten it since
A barrister who tweeted about Hitler and the Nazis has been thrown out of the profession after a hearing at the Bar Tribunal and Adjudication Service
Paul Staines says Kassam lacked support and sounded like he'd 'come straight out of Texas'
Arron Banks told Julia party is 'in a hell of a mess' after Kassam quit leadership race
The legendary TV presenter came into the studio to chat with Paul Ross
Former Obama campaign tsar Karin Robinson expressed her concern at the FBI's announcement, which could violate election rules
Plane destined for Dallas was grounded at Fort Lauderdale airport after man reportedly sent a text about a bomb on board
The remains of a mutilated cat have been discovered in Essex near a war memorial, the RSPCA are investigating the incident
The government have claimed NHS in England will receive an extra £10 billion over the next five years, however the health select committee believe this is not true
Russia has lost its bid to be a part of the United Nations Human Rights Council, losing its seat to Hungary and Croatia
The condition of the miners is not yet known, fears have previously been raised of maintenance work being overlooked in Chinese mines
There are expected to be up to 200 improvement projects during the festive period.
Galloway said 'a mighty military superpower is being steadily confronted'
Galloway says some of those who abandoned their party's move to withdraw support from Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen would be beheaded in Riyadh
Flight from Birmingham to Tenerife reportedly forced to return to Canary Islands after passenger set himself ablaze with lighter fluid
Both new and existing models of Apple Mac have significantly risen in price
Pacma was only launched 13 years ago, but the female-dominated party received a million votes last year - and now they're preparing for their biggest fight yet
The hot air balloon is said to have been making an emergency landing when the basket was dragged along the ground, throwing three people out
The leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un is said to be planning an investigation to find out whether failed missile launches are linked with espionage
IDS spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his flagship policy and suggested it will have a 'transformative effect'
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The psychologist spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the jab to lower sperm count
Today many are celebrating National Chocolate Day, so before you tuck in to your chocolate feast, take a look at these amazing sculptures
The Republican candidate has so many problems with microphones *cough*