New Zealand dominate England's bowlers to move into a strong position after two days of the first Test at Lord's.
The chair of the US Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, says she expects the central bank to begin raising interest rates "at some point this year".
The Sydney Opera House has been used as a backdrop for a spectacular light show as part of the Vivid Sydney festival.
Work has begun to open up "spectacular" new caverns at Wookey Hole Caves which, managers claim, have been seen by fewer people than have walked on the moon.
The Dutch cabinet backs plans for a partial ban on wearing face-covering Islamic veils in certain public places.
World number one Rory McIlroy misses the cut in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth after a second round of 78.
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State Department releases hundreds of emails - many relating to the attack in Benghazi, Libya - from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email account.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal "believes" goalkeeper David De Gea will stay at the club next season.
As Islamic State fighters push further across Syria and Iraq, the BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner asks whether the US-led coalition campaign against the jihadists is flawed.
The observatory of New York's One World Trade Center, which was built on the site of the twin towers destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, opens for visitors this month.
The former Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls speaks exclusively to BBC News about "his loss" in the general election, about Labour, his wife Yvette Cooper and Strictly.
SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell says his party will not be bounced into an artificial deadline regarding welfare reform.
Supermarket giant Tesco is fined £21,000 for displaying the wrong weight details on packs of peanuts in south Wales stores.
British number one Andy Murray believes he is playing the best clay-court tennis of his career ahead of the French Open.
Ed Balls rules out an early return to frontline politics and says Labour should have been more "pro-business" in an exclusive interview with Nick Robinson.
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A mentally ill man was discharged from hospital with a "very flimsy" safety net of care days before hacking to death his mother and sister, an inquest hears.