The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 44 min 2 sec ago
Hull City manager Steve Bruce and Sunderland manager Gus Poyet separated following a touchline argument.
Video games firm Ubisoft is working on a title that it believes can treat lazy eye, a condition that can result in reduced vision.
An athlete is investigated for a possible doping ban breach after posting pictures on Facebook of him running with Mo Farah.
Figures released to BBC Scotland shows dozens of asylum seekers have been held at Dungavel immigration centre in Lanarkshire for months.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rocked the Capitol, says Jon Sopel, but will his "chutzpah" be for good or bad?
The US Justice Department has found evidence of racial bias at the Ferguson police department, US media reports.
Stuart Broad says claims England are "playing with fear" are wide of the mark despite a poor start to the World Cup.
Two men are charged with murder following the suspicious death of a man at a former pub in Pontypridd.
US agents raid more than a dozen hotels that cater to pregnant foreigners who want their children to be born US citizens.
Police in India secure a court injunction blocking the broadcast of an interview with one of the Delhi gang rapists on death row.
Ukraine's central bank sharply raises interest rates from 19.5% to 30% in an effort to curb inflation and prop up its beleaguered currency.
A report into the sexual exploitation of girls and young women in Oxfordshire says the authorities made "many errors" and could have acted sooner.
Families of passengers who died when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was downed over Ukraine, view the wreckage of the plane at a Dutch air base.
Allegations of corruption over the Met Police handling of a child's disappearance on the day of Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding prompt an investigation.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta sets fire to 15 tonnes of elephant ivory as part of the East African nation's efforts to curb poaching.
The Department for Regional Development does not have enough money to fund basic services like traffic light repairs, its minister warns.
A teenager has appeared in court charged with attacking a schoolboy with a knife.
A Soviet prison camp from the Stalin era - the only one fully preserved - no longer exists as a museum dedicated to political prisoners, its director says.
BBC News asks whether coffee really is healthy after a study appeared to show that moderate consumption may help people avoid heart disease.
The debate around the future of the NHS is the subject of the Royal Court's new play Who Cares, being staged in the run up to the general election.