Amateur photographer captures Baltimore riots
The 2015 Wimbledon singles champions will win £1.88m in prize money, an increase of £120,000 on last year.
In a withering analysis of the major parties' plans, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has concluded that households can expect lower incomes, whoever wins the election
Labour is finally admitting its minibus touring the country, and previously described as magenta or fuchsia, is ... pink.
Scientists at Stanford University have been showing off MicroTugs - small robots that have superhuman strength.
A British man worked on a series of bombs which were planted in Iraq and led to the death of a US serviceman in 2007, a court hears.
The jury is sent out to deliberate in the trial of a man who denies murdering his five-week-old granddaughter.
Amy Winehouse's family have criticised a new documentary about her life.
David Cameron has said he has not "got time to hang out with Russell Brand", after being asked if he was jealous of Ed Miliband's meeting with the comedian.
A man is in a critical condition following a collision with a car while riding a child's motorised scooter.
The father of two children who died on holiday in Corfu "firmly believes" they would be alive had travel operator Thomas Cook inspected a faulty boiler.
Entertainer Keith Harris, best known for performances with his puppet Orville, has died, his agent says.
Here's how the BBC's Thomas Martienssen recorded his experiences of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal from Mount Everest.
Burundi is hit by a new wave of protests as opposition to President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for a third term spreads beyond the capital.
The regulatory body set up after the scandal over MPs' expenses loses a Court of Appeal challenge against an order that it must release copies of receipts submitted by politicians.
Weak production, construction, finance and engineering services leads to halving of UK economic growth. And the last snapshot of economy before the election confirms there's been no rebalancing of economy towards manufacturing.
Microsoft faces phone import ban after it loses first round of long-running patent battle in the US.
The city of Salvador in north-eastern Brazil is hit by deadly landslides, leaving 14 people dead and hillside homes swept away.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage gives a campaign speech in Hartlepool in which he is expected to make an appeal to Labour voters.
Angry gamers have forced Valve to end an initiative that let people who make modifications or "mods" for games get paid for their work.