A father and son storm-chasing team talk about the moment one of them was struck by lightning.
It is just over two week until Scotland's independence referendum, and as the campaign nears its climax there is some concern that the passionate arguments on both sides could boil over into aggressive behaviour.
The parents of a Glasgow woman, believed to be in Syria, have issued an emotional plea for her to return home.
A British soldier is being investigated for apparently breaching military discipline by trying to entertain tourists while on guard duty outside Buckingham Palace.
Apple's iCloud facility has a "fundamental security flaw", an expert warns, after intimate images of celebrities were stolen and leaked.
Islamist militants in Nigeria capture a border town near Cameroon, witnesses say, amid a warning that the country could be breaking up like Iraq.
A mother arrives back in France from Turkey with her baby after her husband reportedly took the child to Syria.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says there are no plans to oblige secondary schools to divide pupils into ability groups.
Director Andrew V McLaglen, who was best known for Westerns and action films including The Wild Geese and McLintock!, dies at the age of 94.
Sony thinks it has solved the problem of when the family wants to watch TV - but the gamer wants to carry on playing.
Tim Willcox presents a timeline summary of the events that bought the country to it's present situation.
William Pooley, the first British person to contract Ebola during the outbreak in West Africa, has been discharged from hospital after making a full recovery.
A man who killed an unarmed woman who banged on the door of his home in suburban Detroit is sentenced to 17 years in prison.
Bake Off host Mary Berry opens the RHS Wisley show
Three inmates have a escaped from a detention centre in north eastern China and a huge manhunt is now under way.
The deputy leader of Rotherham Council has said he is "appalled" by the contents of a report which revealed at least 1,400 children were sexually exploited in the town over a sixteen-year period.
France's former first lady, Valerie Trierweiler, reveals she swallowed sleeping pills, in her account of her break-up with President Hollande.
David Cameron stresses the UK's resolve to defeating extremist group the Islamic State.
News images from around the world: 3 September
The first British person to contract Ebola during the outbreak in West Africa has made a full recovery, after being treated in a specialist NHS unit.