Fructose, the sugar found in fruit, may increase cravings for high-calorie foods, according to researchers.
An Indonesian man is arrested for allegedly smuggling rare birds, including parrots and cockatoos, inside plastic bottles.
A dog that became a global news star after being abandoned at a Scottish train station is now helping a charity rehome other animals.
Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn says the company is back in "calmer waters" following the recent boardroom battle involving ex-chairman Ferdinand Piech.
For the first time since 2013, the Large Hadron Collider smashes protons together - albeit at fairly low energies for now.
As the campaign debate on the state of the NHS in England reaches fever pitch, there is an interesting perspective on how the health service compares with systems in other economies.
Two aid groups make an urgent call to the Saudi-led coalition battling Houthi rebels in Yemen for unobstructed access, as the conflict spreads.
The US's trade deficit rose 43.1% to $51.4bn in March, its highest level since October 2008.
Aer Lingus did not break any 10-year contract to fly out of Belfast International Airport, its chief executive tells the High Court.
Each day more bodies of victims of last week's earthquake are being recovered and brought to Kathmandu's central morgue.
David Cameron pledges he will put the country first if his Conservative Party fails to win an overall majority on Thursday.
A man leaves a group of his friends £3,500 in his will, with the condition they spend it on a holiday.
A computer virus that tries to avoid detection by making the machine it infects unusable is found.
A woman who was banned from using raw placenta to make smoothies for new mothers, says she cannot afford the legal battle to fight her case.
There's been a wave of admiration from around the world for Singapore's PM after he revealed he had coded a program that solves Sudoku puzzles.
The man who was involved in a ten-hour stand-off with armed police in Denbighshire is jailed for 14 months.
A set of double yellow lines less than a metre long in Bristol is branded "ludicrous" by residents.
A cot blanket and a donation to a pygmy-possum sanctuary are among the gifts sent from around the world to celebrate the birth of Princess Charlotte.
Images from the campaign trail: 5 May
England captain Alastair Cook believes he is "untouchable", according to former Test skipper Geoffrey Boycott.