As search goes on for two teenagers who went missing while fishing in Florida, their mothers think they are still alive.
Kevin Pietersen pays tribute to his mentor Clive Rice after the ex-South Africa all-rounder dies aged 66.
A new kind of computer memory that is up to 1,000 times faster than flash storage is to go on sale in 2016, helping scientists and games developers alike.
Police in the city of Yangon in Myanmar seize methamphetamine tablets with an estimated value of more than $100m (£64m) in an abandoned truck.
Oscar-winning actors Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore will launch their effort to become double Oscar winners at this year's Toronto Film Festival.
Investigators say a fatal Virgin Galactic spaceship crash last year was caused by structural failure after the co-pilot unlocked a braking system early.
Conservationists in Zimbabwe say the man who paid $50,000 (£32,000) to kill the country's most famous lion was an American dentist.
Scientists identify the remains of four English men who were among the early leaders of Virginia's Jamestown settlement - the first successful British colony.
Arsene Wenger reacts to Jose Mourinho's comments on his spending in the transfer window ahead of Sunday's Community Shield.
Motorola's chief executive says he would love a battery tech breakthrough, but believes it will be a long time before phones last a full week between charges.
A man is jailed for trying to blackmail US heiress Haley Meijer out of £2m by posting pornographic pictures of her online.
Police apologise to the family of a woman left dying in a car for several days after an officer left her a voicemail 10 days after her death.
A court in Libya has sentenced Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of deposed leader Col Muammar Gaddafi, and eight others to death over war crimes linked to the 2011 revolution.
The EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is Iran's latest high-profile guest after the nuclear deal. Has a new page been turned in Tehran's relations with the outside world?
A former government minister in Nigeria stole $6bn (£3.8bn) of public money, a state governor alleges.
More than 700 fines handed to motorists using Belfast bus lanes are cancelled because of a "timing issue" with detection cameras.
Australia opener Chris Rogers feared for his career after a dizzy spell in the second Ashes Test against England.
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz appear before the House Foreign Affairs Committee over the Iranian nuclear agreement.
How do you make it onto the Great British Bake Off?
German officials urge action to halt an influx of asylum seekers from the Balkans, including new visa rules.