After a bitter fallout during his year at McLaren in 2007, can Fernando Alonso finally find success with the team?
Bailiffs backed by police in Hong Kong have started to pull down barriers put up by pro-democracy campaigners in a part of the city they are occupying.
Graceland is famous as the home of Elvis Presley and visited by millions each year, but now his fans in the UK can also get a glimpse of some of his most famous belongings.
President George W Bush knew all about CIA interrogation methods, says his vice-president, dismissing a Senate report as "full of crap".
The dangerous world of contact motorsport
Just weeks after Ed Miliband's speech which forgot the deficit comes the speech that remembers it - big time.
Research for an animal charity, the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals, has found that 30% of dog owners claim they have been bitten or attacked by someone else's dog.
Authorities are investigating the disappearance of more than 100 Vietnamese brides in Hebei, local reports say.
London 2012 silver medallists Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark are robbed at knifepoint in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Vidic could return to Old Trafford, Hazard considers Chelsea exit, Adam keen on move abroad, plus more.
The mother of murdered schoolgirl April Jones, whose disappearance sparked one of the UK's largest police searches, will speak at a service to remember missing people.
Police continue their investigation into the cause of a fatal minibus crash at a school in Bridgend county.
A majority of business customers are to see a reduction in their water bills, after the Utility Regulator sets revenues for Northern Ireland Water for the years ahead.
MLAs at Stormont should employ staff on the "basis of merit", according to the independent body which sets their pay and expenses.
Funding for up-and-coming British tennis players will be severely cut in a bid to develop more top-100 players.
Online search giant Google is shutting down its Google News service in Spain before a new intellectual property law is introduced.
At least six Afghan soldiers are killed by a suicide bomber on the outskirts of the capital Kabul, police and officials say.
A new offence is to be created to stop paedophiles soliciting explicit photos from children via mobile phones or the internet, the prime minister says.
A concert in memory of Ann Maguire, the school teacher who was fatally stabbed in her classroom, is to be held later.
Police forces in England and Wales could be stripped of their power to deal with complaints made against officers under new plans from the home secretary.