BBC football expert Pat Nevin analyses Arsenal's chances in Saturday's FA Cup final against Aston Villa at Wembley.
Attempts were allegedly made to 'coerce' the environment minister into ignoring his legal duties over a planning policy for greater Belfast, the High Court has heard.
The US Department of Justice has charged 15 Chinese nationals with developing a scheme to have imposters take university entrance exams.
Controversial former MP George Galloway says he will seek election as the next mayor of London.
South African President Jacob Zuma will not have to repay state money spent to upgrade his private home in Nkandla, the police minister says.
Alastair Cook wants to mark the appointment of "outstanding" new England coach Trevor Bayliss with a second-Test win over New Zealand.
Prince William tells BBC Sport's Gary Lineker why he decided to support Aston Villa, who face Arsenal in the FA Cup final.
Aston Villa fan Prince William says he is starting to feel the nerves ahead of Saturday's FA Cup final with Arsenal.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter has told an emergency meeting of football's governing body he will not quit, amid growing political pressure over a corruption scandal.
Answering the jokes about women footballers on new Fifa 16 game
An investigation into Swansea University's School of Management is under way after concerns emerge about the way it is being run, the BBC understands.
Former New York Governor George Pataki has entered contest for the Republican presidential nomination.
Venezuela and Russian oil giant Rosneft agree to invest $14bn (£9.2) in Venezuela's oil and gas sector, Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro says.
A smartphone app is as effective at testing eyesight as an optician's clinic, a trial suggests.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter says he cannot be held responsible for corruption scandal, says trust must be won back
The Gay Head Lighthouse in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, its being moved inland on Thursday to avoid falling into the Atlantic ocean.
A heron causes a stir on Twitter after paying a flying visit to Downing Street.
The trader at the centre of the Libor rate-rigging trial offered his contact a "humongous deal" to keep the rate low, a court hears.
A teenage driver who killed a man whose car he split in two in a high speed crash boasted about driving at 142mph on a motorway hours before.
Islamic State militants killed 20 men at the ancient theatre at the Unesco World Heritage site of Palmyra, central Syria, a monitoring group says.