This morning we had a special farewell as our political editor Sue Jameson signed off after 23 years at ITV.
Sue's off to sunnier climes in Australia - but before she went we made sure to treat her to a good send-off, including a personalised video message from David Cameron himself!
David Cameron has promised action after a drink-driver who left two young women paralysed in a car crash had his electronic tag removed so he could go to a stag weekend in Portugal.
The Shadow Chancellor has defended his decision to quote Communist Chinese dictator Chairman Mao during an attack on George Osborne's Autumn statement and spending review.
More than one million potentially dangerous counterfeit items are bought each and are becoming harder and harder to spot.
Ahead of the Black Friday frenzy, charity Electrical Safety First is warning that trusted online retailers are easy places for scammers to operate and shoppers hoping to bag a bargain must be vigilant.
For children forced to flee war in Syria, staying alive often means leaving everything behind.
Not only do they lose their family and their homes, they also lose their education.
One person trying to change that is Sarah Brown - a passionate global advocate for both education and health issues. The wife of former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has been to Lebanon where thousands of child refugees are finally returning to the classroom.
She joins us on the sofa to talk about the project which is helping more children back into school.
The Prime Minister will set out his strategy for new air strikes against Islamic State later today. David Cameron is hoping he'll get backing from all parties in Parliament to defeat what he calls the ''evil death cult'' of IS.
In the first interview since the Paris terror attacks, the lead singer of Eagles of Death Metal has said he wants to be the first person to play at the Bataclan Theatre when it reopens. The band was on stage when gunmen stormed the gig, killing 89 people.
A newborn baby has been declared a Christmas miracle by a New York City church after he was found abandoned in the manger of its nativity scene