A couple who completed a World Cup sticker album with their own drawings swap football for politics, sketching party leaders instead of players.
Kenya's government orders the closure of 13 money transfer firms suspected to be used by militant Islamists, a minister tells the BBC.
Would Britain be richer or poorer if Ed Miliband abolishes the tax privileges of long-term non-doms?
Death in Paradise star Ben Miller is to play a stressed Liberal Democrat campaigner in a "real-time" Channel 4 sitcom broadcast in the run-up to the Election 2015.
Jewellery stolen in a raid at a vault in London's Hatton Garden "could be worth £200m", a former Scotland Yard commander believes.
The widow of a charity cyclist from Somerset who died when he hit a pothole on his bike receives a six-figure payout from a council.
A mother out walking with her young son and two dogs has been attacked in a wood in West Lothian.
Four men who led police on a chase reaching speeds of about 150mph after a botched raid have been jailed.
A Palestinian man stabbed two Israelis in the northern West Bank, injuring one of them seriously, before being shot dead, the Israeli military says.
Wingsuit daredevil Sebastian Alvarez has been showing off his flying skills by smashing through a Chilean flag on the side of a volcano.
The General Medical Council is to review an investigation into the second most powerful person at NHS England, Dame Barbara Hakin.
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood jokes with BBC reporter Rob Nothman after his side's thrilling 3-3 draw at home against QPR.
Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson is to appear as the guest host of Have I Got News for You later this month.
Widow Margaret Perry explains how lonely she became after her husband died, and how she managed to tackle it.
A Indian travel agent plans to lay on daily bus trips to the town where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was born and worked at his father's tea stall.
Atlantic salmon numbers have fallen at an alarming rate despite best efforts of conservation
Plaid Cymru is urged to remove a general election candidate over claims that he once compared English-born residents of rural Wales to Nazis.
A murder investigation is under way after a man was shot dead outside a takeaway on South Tyneside.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Olivia Colman are among the nominees for this year's Bafta TV awards, with the latter cited for the fourth consecutive year.
Voters in Ferguson, Missouri triple the number of black city councillors in the first poll since an unarmed black teenager was killed by police.