Radio DJ Mel Greig, who took part in a hoax call after which a nurse killed herself, has told Newsnight's Evan Davis how she was subjected to ''trolling and the death threats''.
TV star Judy Finnigan apologises after comments she made about convicted rapist Ched Evans on ITV's Loose Women show prompted a Twitter backlash.
A jury is shown photographs of the bodies of two teenagers found murdered in East Lothian 37 years ago.
The UK is to fund bomb disposal training for Kurdish forces in conflict with Islamic State, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says.
Actress Reese Witherspoon says her new film Wild - about a young woman's 1,000-mile hike across America - was the most challenging of her career to date.
A radio DJ, who took part in a hoax call after which a nurse killed herself, tells Newsnight how she received death threats and bullets in the post.
The SNP, the Green Party and Plaid Cymru criticise plans for election TV debates featuring David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg - and UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
Ebola screening will begin at London's Heathrow Airport on Tuesday, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt says.
Independent ethics investigator Michael Garcia calls for a "change of culture" at Fifa, football's world governing body.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger apologises for pushing Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho during this month's Premier League game.
Is there a way out of NHS pay dispute?
Winners of Urban Photo of the Year competition
Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan kill at least 22 security force members in an ambush in Sar-e-Pol province north of Kabul, officials say.
Douglas Carswell has arrived at Westminster for his first day as an MP representing UKIP, after his victory in last week's by-election in Clacton.
A father who lost his two daughters at Hillsborough tells an inquest of how he had to leave one child to help care for the other.
Wigan prop Ben Flower faces a minimum eight-game ban for punching St Helens' Lance Hohaia when he faces an RFL hearing on Tuesday.
More than £250,000 of suspected IS funds are seized at Manchester Airport and other north-west ports.
The parents who represent themselves
A Glasgow woman discovered that her persistent nosebleeds had been caused by a leech living in her nostril.
"Superhuman" efforts were made by the family of a British doctor to secure his release before his death in a Syrian prison, an inquest has heard.