As Japan restarts its nuclear power industry, four years after the Fukushima disaster, have we learned to make peace with the technology?
Europe's leaders face some hugely sensitive decisions that will determine whether an open Europe can survive, says Gavin Hewitt.
In August 1970, Carole de Saram joined thousands of women on a strike in New York City.
The government announces "significant" changes to its plans for the rules on an in-out EU referendum, the BBC understands.
The identity of the last unnamed victim of the Shoreham air crash is set to be revealed later as the inquests open into the deaths of the 11 people who were killed in the disaster.
Intel takes the wraps off its new family of Skylake computer chips, explaining why the processors should outperform its earlier processors.
US federal agents arrest more than 90 people and shut down 16 underground labs making illegal steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs.
Asian markets head lower on Wednesday, following the lead from Wall Street where worries about China's growth also took their toll.
The watchful eyes on Britain's streets
Have people stopped telling each other about their dreams?
Is sympathy for Syrians spreading online?
The last woman who makes sea silk, a cloth that cannot be sold
There is 'no way' the modern Labour Party could have created the NHS, one of the party's four leadership candidates, Andy Burnham, says.
David Cameron is announcing the latest wave of free schools in England, as a step towards his manifesto pledge of 500 more over the next five years.
As part of the BBC's series on unusual workplaces, we talk to the New York lawyer whose yacht is now his office.
People with learning difficulties in the UK are being inappropriately over-medicated, patient records reveal.
NHS staff will be offered exercise classes in a bid to keep them fit and in work, NHS England's chief executive is set to announce.
Indonesians take to the streets to demonstrate against job cuts, low wages and rising food prices.
One of Scotland's grandest country houses is recreated in the video game Minecraft to mark Doors Open Day.
The migrant crisis sweeping Europe and a change to the question for the UK's referendum on the EU make the front pages.