Clinton Cash alleges that Hillary Clinton granted favours to foreign interests. Is there substance behind what the New York Times calls the "most anticipated" book of the campaign so far?
Alastair Cook says England sometimes take James Anderson's bowling for granted, on the eve of the second Test against West Indies.
York, the lowest-ranked team in the competition, will travel to St Helens in the sixth round of the Challenge Cup.
A student dies after taking suspected diet pills bought online, police reveal.
Just how has Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe been named Football League manager of the decade after only six years in the job?
The Greek government asks public sector bodies to hand over any reserve cash to help it meet a payment due to the International Monetary Fund.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says Ed Balls "would make an excellent chancellor" if his party wins the general election.
A British couple believed to be en route to Syria with their four children are being held in Turkey, a government official tells the BBC.
Russia says its special forces have killed a North Caucasus jihadist leader in a shoot-out in Dagestan.
A man is injured after a building in central London collapses.
Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, who was detained nine months ago in Iran, is facing four charges including espionage, his lawyer says.
The SNP launched its manifesto, other parties launched posters and manifestos too and the deadline to register to vote is tonight.
Swansea central police station is closed after the victim of a stabbing sought shelter from his attackers inside.
Is productivity growth, little discussed at the election, the most important underlying factor for the UK economy?
How did Libya become a springboard for migrants making the increasingly deadly sea crossing to Europe?
Sir Bruce Forsyth calls for a change in assisted dying laws so people can "die with dignity", after watching his first wife live with dementia.
An inquest into the deaths of four British servicemen hears the armoured vehicle they were in rolled into a canal after colliding with an Afghan National Police car.
Norway will become the first country in the world to switch off its FM radio platform in 2017.
Kenyan environmental activist Phyllis Omido wins the high-profile Goldman prize for her campaign against a smelting plant in a slum community in Mombasa.
A former senior police officer denies telling officers to put the blame for Hillsborough on "drunken, ticketless Liverpool supporters".