A long-term study of nearly 3,500 babies points to a link between breastfeeding and intelligence in later life.
The US Secret Service says it is conducting further tests on an envelope posted to the White House which may contain cyanide.
Morbidly obese people in England should be given a free flu jab on the NHS each year, say government advisers.
Language teaching in England's primary and secondary schools is facing "a difficult climate", according to the findings of the Language Trends Survey.
Never-built grand designs from Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Oversight of the contract to run the first privately-managed NHS hospital was "poor and inadequate", a House of Commons committee chairwoman says.
Drug laws are being relaxed across the world, from Uruguay to Portugal, Jamaica and the Czech Republic, so has the war on drugs been lost?
Home-grown culture and arts play a central role in Russia's sense of self, says Bridget Kendall - and Vladimir Putin wants to use that to his own ends.
A US university fraternity has been suspended while police investigate allegations that nude female photos were posted to a private Facebook page.
Indonesia has ended the search for the Air Asia plane that crashed in the Java Sea in December, as Alice Budisatrijo reports
Almost 500 children across the West Midlands were victims of or at risk of sexual exploitation in the first half of last year, new figures reveal.
England's Alex Scott & Claire Rafferty and Manchester City's Lucy Bronze are ready for the new 2015 Women's Super League season.
British banking giant Barclays paid £16.5m in shares to its top 11 executives, which is half the amount it paid out last year.
Fears over uniquely South African cocktail of drugs
The online dating site sued for targeting married people
Arsene Wenger says Monaco did not deserve to beat Arsenal in the Champions League, but Per Mertesacker thinks the best team won.
Measures expected to be announced in the Budget once again appear on front pages, with some papers heralding the "death" of the annual tax return.
Are the war stories of a legendary Iraqi fighter real?
George Osborne is to set out his tax and spending plans later, in his last Budget before May's general election.
The oil and gas industry has high expectations the Budget, being announced later, will deliver substantial tax cuts.