Transplanting cells into livers has the potential to regenerate them, say scientists.
Taylor Swift leads a host of huge music names including Ed Sheeran, Beyonce and Mark Ronson, as the MTV Video Music Awards nominations are revealed.
British heavyweight Tyson Fury says he "wants rid of a boring person" like Wladimir Klitschko from boxing.
Relatives of children killed in the Germanwings plane crash demand an apology from the airline's parent firm, Lufthansa, over its response to the disaster.
The father of a young man from Newtownabbey whose body was found in a hotel room in Ibiza says is still trying to find out how his son died.
A study says that surgical robots were involved in operations that resulted in at least 144 deaths over a 14-year period in the US.
Swedish schools, once championed by former education secretary Michael Gove, have started to slip down the rankings, says Branwen Jeffreys.
A police community support officer from south Wales dies following a crash while cycling on a family holiday.
Team Sky release Chris Froome's riding power data in an effort to end speculation about doping at the Tour de France.
Ohio Governor and former Fox News commentator John Kasich is expected to announce his presidential campaign on Wednesday.
Social media users sympathetic to the Islamic State group are being targeted by the hacktivist group Anonymous
Emergency services are holding a news update on the latest search effort in the Bosley flour mill explosion.
Yorkshire batsman Jonny Bairstow replaces Gary Ballance in the England squad to face Australia in the third Ashes Test.
Prince George's second birthday is marked by the release of an official picture showing the toddler smiling as he is held by his father.
The way midwives are trained and supervised in north Wales is undergoing an "extraordinary review" by the profession's watchdog.
Police arrest a man after an alleged sexual assault in Powys.
A man goes on trial accused of trying to buy enough ricin to kill up to 1,400 people.
A farmer who lit up a cigarette in his tractor could face a fine of up to £1,000 after he was deemed to be smoking in his workplace.
It is 90 years since Sir Malcolm Campbell set a world land speed record of 150mph and his grandson plans to mark the occasion by driving the same Blue Bird car.
A man in China admits stealing more than 140 paintings from a university he was working for and replacing them with his own forgeries.