England full-back Sam Tomkins will be back at Wigan for the 2016 season after agreeing to leave New Zealand Warriors.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has accused those attending the BBC's election debate of being a "left-wing audience" before suggesting "the real audience are sitting at home".
Plaid Cymru will tackle the deficit but "not at any cost", the party's leader Leanne Wood says.
The Vatican ends a six-year row with a group of American nuns it had branded "radical feminists" who were undermining Church teaching.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon criticises Labour leader Ed Miliband for not being "bold enough on his own" to offer a "real alternative to austerity", in a pre-election debate.
Five of Westminster's opposition party leaders debate key election issues live on television.
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Spanish conservative politician Rodrigo Rato, a former head of the IMF, is detained on fraud and money-laundering charges, Spanish media say.
French police are looking for three thieves who stole a handbag containing €5m worth of jewels after breaking into an art collector's car in traffic.
Thousands of Network Rail staff are to be balloted on industrial action over a pay dispute, the Rail, Maritime and Transport union says.
Sepp Blatter is likened to Jesus and Nelson Mandela as Concafaf members give him their backing for May's Fifa election.
A nurse accused of murdering patients wrote he was 'going to hell' in a letter written for a counsellor, Manchester Crown Court hears.
Militants from al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula seize the southern Yemeni airport Mukalla, taking advantage of chaos elsewhere in the country.
Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is among seven Africans listed by Time magazine as the world's 100 most influential people.
Police search for three men after a teenager is raped in Ayrshire as she was making her way home in the early hours of Saturday.
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on WWE wrestler Wade 'Bad News' Barrett for the weekend's FA Cup and Premier League fixtures.
Snowboarder Billy Morgan becomes the first person to land an 1800 degree spinning jump, on the slopes in northern Italy.
Harry Kane is one of four players to make the shortlist for both the PFA Player and Young Player of the Year prize.
Publisher Richard Desmond, who owns companies including the publishers of the Daily and Sunday Express, has donated £1m to UKIP, he says.
Three Birmingham men are charged with attempting to leave the UK to join the Islamic State group in Syria.