US House Speaker John Boehner plans to meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel.
A man who was convicted of attempting to rape a 13-year-old girl 35 years ago is jailed for two and a half years.
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A 19-year-old from south London has been sentenced to 22 years in jail for planning to behead a British soldier.
A storm is expected to bring up to six inches of snow in parts of the US north-east and mid-Atlantic on the first day of spring.
A "tank" being ridden by a man dressed as the Stig delivers a petition calling for the reinstatement of Jeremy Clarkson to the BBC.
Millions of people across Europe, Africa and Asia have been enjoying spectacular scenes as the Moon passed between the Earth and the Sun.
A lecturer whose wife conned him into believing he was the father of her IVF baby wins over £39,000 in damages.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani orders an inquiry after a mob beat a woman to death and burned her body for allegedly setting fire to the Koran.
A mother who killed her 22-month-old daughter as she leapt from a first-floor window admits manslaughter.
Glee star Dianna Agron is to make her British stage debut in a new play about fashion designer Alexander McQueen.
A fatty acid might be among organic molecules discovered on Mars by Nasa's Curiosity rover.
A coroner records a verdict of suicide in the inquest into the death of Brenda Leyland.
Northern Irishman and former Sierra Leone boss Johnny McKinstry is named the new coach of the Rwanda national football team.
More than 260 people are charged with offences following a National Crime Agency operation targeting suspected paedophiles
A 100-year-old Kenyan woman - jailed after failing to pay a $1,000 fine - is freed from prison following a national campaign.
A funding crisis in schools in England risks damaging pupils' education, according to a survey of head teachers.
Google narrowly escaped being prosecuted by the US government in 2012 over its dominance of the search market, reports the Wall Street Journal.
The funeral for one of four people who died in a car crash in Powys is being held.
Four Sun journalists, including the newspaper's chief reporter and royal editor, are cleared of paying public officials for stories.