Newsnight looks at why published polls ahead of the general election proved to be a bad prediction of the results.
The BBC's Tom Burridge has spent the past month in eastern Ukraine. Here is his snapshot assessment of the latest situation on the ground.
Some in Nepal are starting to rebuilding their lives, but Jhalak Bahadur's family lost everything.
Picasso's Women of Algiers becomes the most expensive painting to sell at auction, going for $179.3m at Christie's in New York.
There has been an "alarming" rise in the number of working-age men and women in England having strokes in recent years, a charity warns.
Colombia's armed forces arrest 59 people in a major crackdown on illegal mining in the Amazon rainforest financing Farc guerrillas.
The chief executive of Dundee-based investment firm Alliance Trust wins the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award.
Perth and Kinross councillors are set to make a decision on plans to move the T in the Park festival to Strathallan.
Scotland's biggest nursing agency calls on former nurses to consider doing occasional shifts, after warning of a lack of qualified nurses.
A judge sentences a former CIA officer to three-and-a-half years in prison for revealing classified information.
Politicians could not stop talking about the health service during the election. But did we get the full story?
Why sermons aren't enough to counter online extremism
The blind guitarist supporting McBusted
What are answers to these five big questions for UK?
Thousands of sons and daughters born to foreign workers in Malaysia are not being granted documentation by the government.
David Cameron says the Conservatives are "the real party of working people" as he prepares to chair the first all-Conservative cabinet for 18 years.
A boy who suffered brain damage at birth is awarded a £13m-compensation package.
Trounced by a brain-training octogenarian
Chess prodigy, 11, beats all-comers in US
Inter Milan want Yaya Toure, Man City keen to sign Saido Berahino and Kevin De Bruyne, plus more.