The leader of Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen says the country is at a critical moment, hours after his forces shelled the president's home.
A gender divide exists between men and women in their 40s in belief in God, with a poll suggesting more men describe themselves as atheists or agnostics.
The lack of reform to the death certificate system 15 years since the conviction of Harold Shipman is "incomprehensible", a leading pathologist says.
Andy Murray makes short work of local hope Marinko Matosevic on the hottest day so far at this year's Australian Open.
US President Barack Obama has declared an end to the financial crisis and pledged economic policies to benefit all Americans, in his annual State of the Union address to Congress.
Older people in England are being left "high and dry" by councils cutting back on the care and support they provide, Age UK says.
Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) has raised $1bn (£659m) in funding from tech giant Google and Fidelity Investments, the firm said on Tuesday.
Pupils' academic progress should be the main measure used by the government to gauge whether England's primary schools are performing well, a report says.
Google and O2 are amopng supporters of £3.6m drive to teach computing skills in primary schools in England, the education secretary is to announce.
Doctors could spot twice as many heart attacks in women if they used a newer, more sensitive blood test, say UK researchers.
Forensic science standards risk slipping after work was transferred to in-house police labs and private firms, the spending watchdog warns.
A man purporting to be the leader of militants Boko Haram says in a video that his fighters carried out a deadly raid on the Nigerian town of Baga.
The failure to protect whistleblowers remains a "stain" on the reputation of the NHS in England, MPs have said.
As Cuba and the United States hold their first talks for decades, diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus looks back at the journey the two countries have taken to reach this point.
How would African fashion have evolved without colonisation?
Cubans' thoughts on the US-Cuban thaw
Papers digest news of further delays in the 2003 Iraq War report publication, while others describe the "last ta-ra" of Anne Kilbride - Coronation Street's Deirdre Barlow.
The mission that convinced a drone operator to stop
Are we better off than ever before?
Why the European Central Bank is widely expected to announce a bout of quantitative easing, and what this could mean for the eurozone.