JP Morgan Chase is warning 465,000 holders of pre-paid cash cards issued by the US bank that their personal data may have been hacked.
The press digests TV chef Nigella Lawson's sartorial choices, along with her evidence in court, while the autumn statement and UK-China trade trip remain in the news.
An American teacher is gunned down by unknown assailants while jogging in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi, local officials say.
The Welsh government is to receive around £100m extra over the next two years as a result of the chancellor's Autumn Statement.
The Prince of Wales is preparing to meet some of the emergency workers who were involved in the Glasgow helicopter crash operation.
A French-led military operation to protect civilians in the Central African Republic is being launched "immediately", as scores die in fresh sectarian fighting.
Fast-food workers in several cities across the US stage a 24-hour strike in protest against low wages.
Jaguar Land Rover confirms plans to build a £240m car plant in Brazil capable of producing 24,000 vehicles a year.
England's top flight clubs confirm they will not take part in the Heineken Cup next season - leaving them apparently isolated.
Dozens of Russian diplomats spent a fortune on luxury goods and holidays in a $1.5m benefits fraud spanning almost a decade, US prosecutors say.
Almost five billion mobile phone location records are logged by the NSA every day, reports the Washington Post.
Peru has become the world's biggest producer of coca, which is the main component in the production of cocaine and most of that drug comes to Europe.
Ex-Sun editor Rebekah Brooks agreed a payment of £4,000 to a member of the armed forces for a picture of Prince William in a bikini, the Old Bailey hears.
Two people have been killed after a powerful storm cut across Scotland and then moved south.
The chancellor says the UK economy is bouncing back but the recovery is "not yet done" - and millions must wait longer for a state pension.
TV cook Nigella Lawson tells a court she is "not proud" of having used drugs, on the second day of her evidence at the trial of her personal assistants.
Duncan Kennedy looks at the car tax disc and its history after the Chancellor announced that they are to go electronic and vanish from car windscreens
The embattled mayor of Canada's largest city Toronto, Rob Ford, denies trying to buy a video which apparently showed him smoking crack cocaine.
High winds and flooding in parts of country
India's Supreme Court says that it will take no action against retired judge AK Ganguly, accused of sexual misconduct by one of his interns.