Parents in the UK are more likely to worry about their children's mental well-being than any other health issue, suggests research.
A provocative new novel stirs fierce debate
A "deeply personal" picture of every consumer could be grabbed by futuristic smart gadgets, warned the chair of the US Federal Trade Commission.
The Greek Orthodox church at Ground Zero
Why hasn't Japan banned child-porn comics and cartoons?
Four people are killed and three others seriously injured in a crash in County Kildare in the Republic of Ireland.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell agrees to a $84m (£55m) settlement with residents of the Bodo community in the Niger Delta for two major oil spills.
The Commons public spending watchdog says more information is needed on the impact of deficit reduction plans on government finances.
Recording the legendary Kind Of Blue with Miles Davis
A month before the start of the financial crisis, the Bank of England was apparently unaware of impending trouble, new documents reveal.
The economy and EU reforms will be discussed at talks between David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Downing Street later.
Andrew Marr looks at why it is that German chancellor Angela Merkel Merkel is making such a profound mark on the lives of everyone in Europe, on the eve of her visit to the UK.
A man claiming to be a senior defector from the Lord's Resistance Army is taken into custody by US forces in the Central African Republic.
Hong Kong's government will begin a second round of consultation on how the territory's leader is elected, after two months of pro-democracy protests.
A World War Two veteran who disappeared from his nursing home to attend D-Day commemorations in France dies.
The moment an off-duty police officer accidentally shot himself has been captured on camera.
President Barack Obama will veto a bill approving the controversial Keystone XL pipeline if it passes Congress, the White House has said.
President Barack Obama pledges to help Mexico in its fight against drug-related violence, after talks with his counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto.
A Labour councillor is suspended for sharing a parody of a Conservative election poster, doctored to include an image of a Nazi death camp.
A stricken cargo ship in the Solent will not be refloated on Wednesday as more water has been discovered in the vessel, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency says.