In saying that the eurozone will only thrive again if there is a fiscal union, the governor of the Bank of England is in effect criticising Germany for not spending and borrowing more to support weaker eurozone countries.
Nasa's Curiosity rover gets straight back to work after a software upgrade by drilling a new test hole.
Chelsea's Diego Costa is charged with violent conduct by the FA and could face a three-game suspension.
Nigeria's army failed to protect Baga's civilians despite warnings that militants were going to attack, rights group Amnesty International says.
Residents in the Canadian city of Winnipeg have been instructed to boil their drinking water after testing found E. coli and other bacteria in the water supply.
Arsenal sign defender Gabriel Paulista from Villarreal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.
The foreman of a jury which convicted a serial killer tells the BBC he now believes the Colin Norris is innocent.
The foreman of the jury which convicted serial killer nurse Colin Norris tells the BBC he now believes the man is innocent.
Chinese drone-maker DJI is to prevent its kit from flying over much of the US capital, following the crash of one of its aircraft into the White House lawn.
The BBC has rejected the DUP's demands to be included in the TV election debates.
Beavers living on the River Otter in Devon will be allowed to remain living in the wild, if free of disease.
MPs hear about the civil service's ability to respond to future challenges.
Residents of New England are digging out after up to as 36in (91cm) of snow fell in a day-long blizzard.
A man who beat a stranger to death after catching him in bed with his 50-year-old married mother is jailed for four years and eight months.
A man who decapitated his wife at their home in west London is sentenced to life in prison.
The Conservative Party taunts Labour over claims that the party had discussed a post election coalition with Sinn Féin.
Why Stephen Daldry swapped ballet pumps for Brazilian favelas in his latest film
A supermarket delivery van ploughs into a bus stop injuring three people, one of them seriously.
Pembrokeshire council spent more than £150,000 in legal fees over Bryn Parry-Jones dispute, claims councillor.
Readers' photos on the theme of "city skylines"