Will threats from hackers stop people from going to see The Interview - a comedy which pokes fun at North Korea - in cinemas?
A theatre will not be prosecuted following the collapse of part of its ceiling which injured 88 people, Westminster City Council decides.
A teenage boy pleads guilty to the murder of a "fantastic father" who had three children.
An inquiry into alleged mistreatment of Iraqi detainees by British troops says the claims were "wholly without foundation"
Watch all of Real Madrid's goals in their dominant 4-0 victory over Mexican side Cruz Azul in the Club World Cup semi-final.
Figures suggest 20% of golfers quit the game take up cycling. So why are people swapping two irons for two wheels?
A much-criticised Christmas attraction near Sutton Coldfield has closed down permanently.
Fernando Alonso says he is happy to go "through a period of learning" when he starts driving for his new McLaren-Honda team.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson accepts a charge by the FA after an incident with a fan during a defeat to Liverpool.
Tanzania's Attorney General Frederick Werema resigns, making him the first casualty of a major corruption scandal that has rocked the government.
British soldiers mistreated nine detainees after a 2004 battle in Iraq but allegations of murder were "deliberate lies", the Al-Sweady Inquiry rules.
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman says Nigel Clough and his Sheffield United staff showed a lack of respect after Saints' cup loss.
A £1.2m robot surgeon, bought for a Derby hospital by an online game tycoon, begins being used on patients.
Health correspondent Nick Triggle is answering your questions
MPs say the process to select a new Clerk of the House of Commons, overseen by Speaker John Bercow, should be terminated.
The Church of England's first female bishop says she is "honoured and thankful" to be given the role.
Sierra Leone is due to mount house-to-house searches in the capital Freetown to find hidden cases of Ebola, and restricts shop opening hours.
Jobless figures in Wales rise by 8,000, which is the greatest increase in unemployment throughout the UK.
The UK's highest court has told two Catholic midwives they do not have the right to avoid supervising other nurses involved in abortion procedures.
UK unemployment in the three months to October fell by 63,000 to 1.96 million, official figures show.