TV and radio correspondent Allan Little, who covered the first Gulf War and the Rwandan genocide, is to leave the BBC at the end of December.
Russian couple Irina Shumilova and Alyona Fursova recently got married. Irina's official documents record her as male, but she will soon complete a gender change.
Theresa May says she did not seek the redaction of information from a report about the CIA's alleged use of torture.
The families of nine of the 26 people killed in a 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut have filed a lawsuit against a rifle manufacturer.
Telecoms giant BT is in exclusive talks to buy EE - Britain's largest mobile network group - for £12.5bn.
Rangers and shareholder Mike Ashley are accused of breaching SFA rules over dual ownership.
Up to 10,000 passengers at Heathrow alone were affected by an air traffic control computer failure, the transport secretary confirms.
The case of jailed Scottish nurse Colin Norris
A nurse who was convicted of being a serial killer could be the victim of a miscarriage of justice.
Rory McIlroy is named BBC NI's Sport Personality of 2014 after a year which saw him win both the Open and US PGA title.
The defence secretary insists UK combat troops are not returning to Iraq although more military personnel may be sent.
Two men who faced health and safety charges over the death of a factory worker in an industrial oven have their case dropped.
Do new targets for reducing the deficit and debt as a share of national income in the next Parliament put Labour on the spot, or has the government done the main opposition party a favour?
A toddler narrowly escapes injuries after a stolen car crashes into her Salford home.
Scotland's first minister says if there is a hung parliament at the next general election, the SNP will not back any party that supports Trident renewal.
The death toll from a devastating landslide in Indonesia rises to at least 51, with dozens still missing.
History came back to haunt Europe in 2014, not least with Russia's intervention in Ukraine, the BBC's Europe editor Gavin Hewitt writes.
A theatre manager has described the moment she opened an unmarked balcony door and fell almost 10ft (3m) on to the stage floor, leaving her paralysed.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan dismisses EU criticism of recent mass arrests of journalists, urging the EU to "mind its own business".
A London theatre where a stage manager was paralysed in a fall through an unmarked balcony door is fined £20,000.