A video of a two-year-old boy learning to walk has gone viral in the United States.
A rare birth defect meant Kayden Kinkle was forced to have his right foot and left leg amputated. Doctors didn't expect him to survive but little Kayden proved them wrong and is now learning to walk one step at a time.
One million people are expected to go on strike today in what's been dubbed the biggest walkout since 1926.
Those on strike include firefighters (FBU over pensions and retirement age), teachers (pay, pensions, workload), council workers, care workers, school support staff as well as members of the RMT union, the PCS and UNISON.
We look at the hardest hit regions and discuss why are people striking.
Sara Tomlinson, teacher and NUT member, tells us why she's taking strike action and we question Cabinet Minister Francis Maude on why these people aren't getting the pay they claim they deserve.
Six people including four children have died after a shooting at a house in Houston, Texas.
A woman is critically ill in hospital. The suspected gunman was cornered by a heavily armed SWAT team, after a car chase in a quiet suburb of the city. He gave himself up after a stand-off lasting several hours.
Israel has dismally failed the peace process...we were not responsible for breaking the talks.
Eight members of one family including five children have been killed in pre dawn raids in Gaza after a third night of bombing by Israeli forces.
Palestinian authorities say at least 60 people have been killed in the violence since Tuesday.
Israel has promised to "further increase the assault" on Hamas until it stops firing rockets at Israeli cities and communities.
Joining us in the studio is Palestinian Ambassador Professor Manuel Hassassian.
Ministers will pass emergency laws to require phone companies to log records of phone calls, texts and internet usage
Complaints about Npower and Scottish Power double in the first three months of 2014, according to the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).
Twice as many frustrated customers contacted CAB or Citizens Advice Scotland to complain about the energy providers, with most upset over problems caused by a new billing system.