Was Charleston shooting suspect inspired by this man?
Eurozone leaders echo hopes that a deal to stop Greece defaulting on its debt can be struck within days, while cautioning that more work remains.
A popular video blogger hits out at cosmetics brand Lush after he loses control of a YouTube address he has been using since 2005.
Information watchdogs are told an NHS Borders response to a request for details of its staff infection policy was probably "lost in transit".
One of the UK's leading experts in child health is calling for stronger warnings on alcohol to alert women to the dangers of drinking while pregnant.
An independent review is being launched to examine why so many children who have spent time in care end up in the criminal justice system.
The Scottish government is to publish "radical" proposals aimed at widening the ownership of land across the country.
Why Leeds was the real birthplace of cinema
The human need for monsters that lurk in the dark
For the past ten years Carrie Gracie has reported on the transformation of one rural community, White Horse Village, from a tiny farming community into a huge city.
The build-up, reaching your limits and swearing in every European language - Mark Cavendish on sprint cycling.
How hard is it to expand overseas?
With household budgets squeezed, the health and fitness club sector has not been growing much, but two types of club are thriving.
What are tax credits and how do they work?
Manchester United are ready to spend £150m, New York City in talks with Andrea Pirlo, Man City want Jack Wilshere, plus more.
Lucy Bronze scores a stunning long-range effort to give England a 2-1 victory over Norway in the 2015 Women's World Cup second round.
Speaking to Newsnight's Gabriel Gatehouse Viktor Yanukovych said he supported ostriches on his land.
The United Nations says that war crimes may have been committed by Israelis and by Palestinian militants during the conflict in Gaza last year.
Former Ulster Unionist councillor John Hanna is killed in a tractor accident in Ballintoy, County Antrim.
One of Britain's best-known artists and sculptors of the 20th century, Barbara Hepworth, is the subject of a major new exhibition at Tate Britain in London.