A new book charts the discovery of daguerreotypes taken by the 19th Century critic John Ruskin.
Pop star Ed Sheeran sells the two millionth copy of his album X, in the UK, nine months after it went on sale.
Families of the victims of the Birmingham pub bombings are to travel to Brussels to lobby MEPs for an inquest into the deaths.
George Osborne draws the battle lines for the general election in seven weeks' time, after unveiling what he called a Budget for a "comeback country".
A US Air Force veteran accused of trying to join Islamic State appears in court in New York and denies all the charges.
No English clubs have made it to the Champions League last eight for the second time in three years. Why?
New government proposals will see residents on Australia's tiny Norfolk Island lose their parliament and have to pay income tax for the first time.
BBC News spends the day with City firm IG on Budget day, to see how it digests and reacts to the chancellor's announcements.
Target is set to raise the minimum wage it pays its employees to $9 an hour in April after rival Walmart announced a similar move, according to reports.
American Lindsey Vonn wins a record-equalling seventh Alpine skiing World Cup downhill title and an 18th crystal globe.
How 'Laughing Man' spread around the world
An EU summit is likely to be overshadowed by high-level talks aimed at resolving an impasse between Greece and its international creditors, writes Chris Morris in Brussels.
Better scrutiny is needed of council borrowing, according to a report from the public spending watchdog.
Breaking Bad's Walt Jr on ending stigma around disability
Front pages offer a variety of reactions to Chancellor George Osborne's last Budget before May's general election.
The history of the word budget has echoes of fat cats, leather bottles, and bags of tricks.
Is this the most daring space mission yet?
Big changes to pensions have been announced previously by Chancellor George Osborne, and it was no different this time. So what does this mean for you?
George Osborne's Budget is designed to make us squirrel away our earnings - but we may not be ready to turn into a nation of savers
Terrorists are turning to the dark web making it harder to track and tap their communications, says Frank Gardner