Swindon are into the League One play-off final, drawing the second leg 5-5 to beat Sheffield United 7-6 on aggregate.
A late header from Bafetimbi Gomis snatches victory for Swansea and sends Arsenal to a first league defeat in 11 games.
Greece's finance minister says his country's financial situation is "terribly urgent" and the crisis could come to a head in a couple of weeks.
Children of low-skilled immigrants are not documented
The Labour Party's internal election pollster says Ed Miliband always knew he had a tougher task to win the election than public polls suggested.
George Zimmerman, the man acquitted in 2013 of the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, is injured in a shooting in Florida on Monday afternoon.
Kevin Pietersen says he is ready to return to the England side after scoring a career-best 326 not out for Surrey.
A father is jailed for 20 years for sexually assaulting his two-year-old daughter and raping his wife.
Colombian Peace Commissioner Sergio Jaramillo rules out a blanket amnesty for Farc rebels but says he is confident a peace deal can be reached.
Former Health Minister Norman Lamb confirms he will run for the leadership of the Liberal Democrats.
Did the US do a deal to kill Bin Laden?
A severe storm has rolled through the southern US, killing at least five people and leaving more than 43 injured.
Paraguay 'failed to protect' pregnant 10-year-old rape victim who has been denied an abortion, says a group of UN experts.
Watch a round-up of the best of the action from week six of the Women's Super League.
A goldfish has gone under the knife for a third time for a 45-minute operation to remove multiple tumours from around its eye and back.
A Canadian Al-Jazeera journalist on trial in Egypt is suing the Qatar-based network for negligence.
Reviewers hail Mad Max: Fury Road as one of the films of the year, calling it "a Krakatoan eruption of craziness" with "some of the greatest action ever".
Citigroup said it may plead guilty amid a US Department of Justice probe into its foreign exchange business.
A severe storm that hit several states has killed at least two people, injured over 43 and left missing 8 people.
Four out of the 48 self-driving cars on public roads in California have been involved in accidents since September.