At a site in the Utah desert, in the US, Nasa test-fires the biggest rocket ever made, part of its Space Launch System which is expected to pave the way for manned missions to Mars.
Several of Apple's online services stop working after the company is hit by an unspecified fault.
Ceremonies are held to mark the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, as the country's emperor says the situation for survivors remains severe.
Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson faced reporters as he left his flat in Kensington in west London.
MPs have voted in favour of the introduction of standardised packaging for cigarettes in the UK.
A Christian street preacher targeted Muslims and gay people in "religiously-aggravated" sermons delivered in the middle of a high street, a court has heard.
The Fed is facing a series of decisions which could affect economies around the globe.
A 45-year-old Conwy man is jailed for four years for a string of child sex abuse offences.
Jeremy Clarkson makes light of his suspension by the BBC as an online petition for him to be reinstated tops 400,000 signatures.
Dodging Bullets, trained by Paul Nicholls, wins the Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham.
A mother and her partner are charged over the death of her young daughter from a head injury.
England make two changes for the Six Nations match against Scotland, with Courtney Lawes and Mike Brown returning to the XV.
Readers' photographs on the theme of castles
he US has imposed sanctions on 14 Ukrainian separatists and Russians, including the former prime minister of Ukraine.
A regulator has vowed to be on the lookout for fraud and scams when new pension freedoms come into force in April.
Ali Carter wants to claim his Indian Open prize money despite failing to attend the tournament because of a visa issue.
Minecraft owner Microsoft is investigating reports the Turkish government is preparing to ban the game, the BBC understands.
The UK has some of the strongest smoking legislation in the world. But do we know what impact they have had on smoking rates?
Five men are ordered to appear before magistrates over incidents on the Paris Metro that took place before Chelsea's match in the city last month.
Commons Speaker John Bercow apologises for likening a female minister's answer to a washing machine which "does not stop".