Professor Stephen Hawking is to make an appearance at this year's Glastonbury Festival, in the Kidz Field.
US Secretary of State John Kerry holds a news briefing during his visit to Russia.
The seasons appear to have a profound effect on how human genes work, according to scientists.
The SNP will be given control of two House of Commons select committees, the BBC understands.
A Royal Marine left paralysed after diving into shallow waters in a Canary Islands accident is suing the military for £8m.
Smoke from a fire in an industrial yard blows across the M25, affecting the visibility of drivers on the motorway.
The new UK government's pledge to scrap the Human Rights Act would be "flagrant breach" of the Good Friday Agreement, a human rights organisation says.
A man who doused his ex-girlfriend in petrol and threatened to set light to her is jailed.
President Obama's foundation makes it official: library and presidential center will be on Chicago's South Side.
Edinburgh University says it will continue investing in companies that produce fossil fuels, but it will work with firms to reduce their emissions.
A Sussex farmer turns down an offer of more than £2m for his land from developers seeking to create a new town with 10,000 homes.
England's new director of cricket, Andrew Strauss, has confirmed that Kevin Pietersen will not be selected to play in this summer's series against Australia.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti tells Gareth Bale's agent to "stay quiet" after saying the Welshman was not being passed to.
Anger and joking online after George Zimmerman is injured
EE is named as the most complained-about phone and broadband provider.
Nigel Farage suggests he could contest a by-election in a Labour-held seat after deciding to stay on as UKIP leader.
A former BMW-Mini worker who siphoned off almost £6m from the car manufacturer admits fraud.
A seven-year-old boy who died after falling into a river near Merthyr Tydfil on Sunday is named.