The tech that rocks the cradle
A Utah woman who admitted killing six of her own babies and hiding their bodies in her garage is sentenced to up to life in prison.
The round-the-world, fuel-free aeroplane, Solar Impulse, head to Nanjing to prepare for an epic Pacific crossing.
A 33-year-old man is charged with encouraging terrorism and supporting a proscribed organisation.
Greek coastguards and locals have rescued around 80 migrants whose boat ran aground off the island of Rhodes.
A 56-year-old man is injured after a building in the Holborn area of London collapses.
The BBC should be 'cut back to the bone' and the licence fee reduced by two thirds, according to UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
Midwives in Northern Ireland vote to strike on 30 April, in a dispute over pay.
Labour would launch an emergency recruitment drive to get 1,000 more nurses into training this year if they win the election, Ed Miliband will say.
Army supplies including hot sauce and chewing gum fall from a Chinook helicopter into a Cardiff field.
A lamb with five legs is born at a farm in mid Wales.
A teenager 'ruthlessly exploited' a young man in a plot to carry out a murder similar to that of Fusilier Lee Rigby, a court has heard.
Great Britain will take a team of 22 to the World Relay Championships in the Bahamas on 2 and 3 May.
A relaxed Lewis Hamilton remains dominant but Kimi Raikkonen & McLaren have upped their games, says the BBC's David Coulthard.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says Ed Balls "would make an excellent chancellor" should his party win the general election.
Watch a round-up of the best of the action from week three of the Women's Super League One.
Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman must sell his North Sea gas fields within six months, the UK orders.
The BBC's political editor, Nick Robinson, gives his assessment of the SNP election manifesto.
Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa and Kenya's Caroline Rotich win the men's and women's races respectively at the Boston Marathon.
Clinton Cash alleges that Hillary Clinton granted favours to foreign interests. Is there substance behind what the New York Times calls the "most anticipated" book of the campaign so far?