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The federal government is set to table legislation next month to legalise the drug, say reports.
Shailene Woodley agrees a plea deal after being arrested over a Dakota Access pipeline protest.
A Canadian with the last name of "Grabher" was told he could not keep his personalised licence plate.
They are fourth in their World Cup qualifying group and have sacked coach Danny Blind - what has happened to the Netherlands football team?
Mother of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood says she is "shocked, saddened, and numbed" by his actions
The original lead singer of the British band The Foundations, Clem Curtis, dies at the age of 76
The "big maple leaf" coin, which shows Queen Elizabeth II, weighs 100kg and is made of pure gold.
Can you choose your race? Emily Maitlis speaks to the US white woman who said she was black.
A powerful storm is expected to bring waves of up to 8m to the Queensland coast.
The Take That star has a role in the next Star Wars film - but says he won't be a stormtrooper.
The great-granny still serves breakfast twice a week to her loyal customers in Indiana.
Bosnian taekwondo champion Kerim Ahmetspahic has set a new record for crushing concrete blocks with his head.
Manchester City Women are to host Liverpool in the Women's FA Cup semi-finals, while Chelsea will visit Birmingham City.
TV watchdog Ofcom is considering whether to launch an investigation into the fundraising show.
Khalid Masood killed three pedestrians as he drove across Westminster Bridge, injuring 50 others.
Find out what's buzzing in the social media world today.
Newsround meets 14-year-old Josh to find out more about what life is like living with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
A Moscow court rules the Kremlin critic resisted police orders during protests on Sunday.
Sinn Féin was "not in agreement-finding mode" in talks to save Stormont, says the DUP leader.
An oil exploration firm makes what it is describing as the "largest undeveloped discovery" in UK waters.