Why are stock markets and bond markets gyrating from Shanghai, to Athens, to Frankfurt, London and New York?
The Edinburgh Playhouse issues an apology after accidentally sending pornographic DVDs to children and their parents.
Almost one in four A&E departments in hospitals in England fill more than 25% of their senior staff vacancies with agency doctors or locums.
Protesters behind Egypt's 2011 uprising hoped for fundamental reform and an end to oppression, but fear only the president has changed - and not the regime.
David Cameron is holding talks with Turkish leaders on how to deal with the terrorist threat from Islamic State militants.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit the 9/11 memorial in New York on the final day of their US trip.
The CIA carried out "brutal" interrogations of al-Qaeda suspects in the years after the 9/11 terror attacks, a long-awaited Senate report says.
Irish singer Sinead O'Connor applies to become a member of the political party, Sinn Féin, and calls for its leadership to step down.
A court is told the Northern Ireland golfer Rory McIlroy deliberately wiped clean up to eight electronic devices that may have contained important data relating to his legal action against his former management firm.
The Met Office issues a yellow 'be aware' warning for gales overnight, affecting most of north Wales and other parts of the UK.
A notebook which shows the early work of poet Dylan Thomas is bought by Swansea University for £104,500.
An inquest hears of a mother's "nightmare" in finding her baby's body after she was attacked by a dog.
The committee takes evidence for its scrutiny of the Autumn Statement.
President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe sacks his vice-president, Joice Mujuru, after accusing her of plotting to kill him.
Wildlife campaigners and people from the countryside head to Westminster in a bid to move nature up the MPs' agenda.
Ruth Davidson says she is "incredibly keen that there are no no-go areas for the Conservatives in Scotland".
The Director of Public Prosecutions says it was right to pursue a woman who killed herself days before appearing in court accused of making a false rape allegation.
The number of UK homes with TVs has fallen for the first time, as more people watch programmes on laptops, tablets and smartphones.
England captain Alastair Cook will return for the fifth one-day international against Sri Lanka on Wednesday.
Amazon has said it may take its drone delivery research outside the US because of strict regulation of the unmanned aircraft.