Royal protection officer PC Mark Schleich is cleared of common assault and perverting the course of justice after he sat on a fare dodger.
Bill Cosby files a legal action against the woman accusing him of sexual assault when she was 15, claiming she attempted to exhort money from him.
Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair warns that low salaries for politicians are limiting the leadership "gene pool".
Bonnie Tyler, famous for 1980s power ballads such as Total Eclipse of the Heart, talks about her forthcoming world tour.
A dolphin, loved by fishermen in France but suspected of an "attack" on swimmers in the Republic of Ireland, turns up in Scottish waters.
Watch Ronnie O'Sullivan's stunning 147 break in one minute 47 seconds, as he made the maximum break to round off a 6-0 whitewash of Matthew Selt in the last 16 of the UK Championship in York.
The Russian president's keynote speech glossed over economic worries and lashed out at the West, Sarah Rainsford reports from Moscow.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at how eSports are helping some American students pay their way through university.
Being severely obese can knock up to eight years off your life and cause decades of ill health, a report says.
Winners of the volunteers photo competition
Parts of the oldest surviving law on Britain's statute books - the Statute of Marlborough - are set to be repealed after 747 years.
A pilot removed from a busy passenger plane on suspicion of being over the alcohol limit will not face charges, the BBC has learned.
New research is investigating a possible connection between memories of physical activity at school and the amount of exercise taken in adult life.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is told he can spend as much money as he wants if he decides to improve his squad.
The families of two men who died after receiving organs infected with a parasitic worm say they are "disappointed" with the outcome of the inquests.
A vicar and his daughter are bailed following their arrests on suspicion of murdering a baby whose body was found in Lancashire.
Another attempt will be made today to launch Nasa's new astronaut capsule, ultimately intended for a Mars mission.
How children living in remote parts of Australia are learning via video conferencing
Authorities in India's Punjab state are probing claims that a number of patients who underwent free cataract operations have lost their sight.
BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights.