First Minister Carwyn Jones urges voters to ensure "David Cameron and UKIP don't sneak in the backdoor".
Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara is in a legal battle with her former fiance, who wants to have children from the couple's frozen embryos.
Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars give writers of The Gap Band's 1979 track Oops Up Side Your Head a writing credit on their hit Uptown Funk.
Australian police are investigating a seven year old boy's death following his attendance at a "slapping workshop" by a visiting Chinese therapist.
Shares in Lloyds Banking Group jump 3% after investors welcome its first-quarter results, but the FTSE 100 slides in early trade.
The Independent Schools Council says the number of pupils at private schools is at a record high.
BBC Sport pools the thoughts of boxers past and present in the build-up to Floyd Mayweather v Manny Pacquiao.
Crowds gather in the centre of Oxford for the annual May Day celebrations centred on Magdalen Bridge.
The distinctive song of a secretive and elusive bird in central China helps researchers to describe it as a new species to science.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers take Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston with first pick in the NFL's annual draft.
Scientists have made progress towards correcting the errors that are expected to arise in quantum computing.
NASA's Messenger spacecraft has ended its mission to Mercury by making a planned crash landing on the planet.
The BBC's Ian Pannell reports from Everest Base Camp where a recovery operation is under way following Saturday's devastating earthquake.
Lloyds Banking Group says it has recorded a loss of £660m on the sale of TSB to Spanish bank Banco de Sabadell.
US electric carmaker Tesla Motors unveils batteries that can power homes and businesses in a bid to expand beyond its vehicle business.
Four Newsround viewers spoke to the leader of the Liberal Democrat party, Nick Clegg, to ask him questions about education, why people should trust him, and paying for the NHS.
The hype over Mayweather-Pacquiao is understandable but the super-fight excludes the average fan, says BBC sports editor Dan Roan.
A Conwy town marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice in Wonderland with a world record bid for the longest line of jam tarts.
The ceasefire between government forces and pro-Russia rebels in eastern Ukraine is largely holding, but Nato's top military commander says he's concerned the lull is being used to prepare another offensive.
The funeral of an unidentified baby boy found dead on a path almost two years ago is to be held.