Stuart Broad suffers an injury scare on the first day of England's final Test warm-up against a St Kitts & Nevis XI.
The BBC's Orla Guerin flies into Yemen on board an Air India flight to rescue people trapped in Yemen's war-torn capital Sanaa.
The realisation that Scottish votes could be key to the outcome of the election has energised the campaign north of the border, Laura Kuenssberg writes.
The 2015 Grand National meeting starts on Thursday with champion jockey AP McCoy riding at the three-day fixture for the final time.
Premier League matches are set for video technology within five years, according to the Dutch FA who are conducting trials.
Secrets behind the doors of London's Hatton Garden
The first human trial of a new type of HIV therapy suggests it could be a promising weapon in the fight against the virus.
It's been a chaotic day on the campaign trail for Nigel Farage, who met Joey Essex and was forced to cancel an event in a pub due to protests.
Sergey Bubka launches his manifesto for election to the IAAF presidency, ahead of his race against Sebastian Coe.
David Cameron's story-telling skills appear to have left one pupil un impressed on a visit to a primary school near Bolton today.
Kell Brook is set to defend his IBF world welterweight title against Frankie Gavin at the O2 Arena in London on 30 May.
A new photo storage app from Apple automatically stores full-resolution images in the cloud and lower quality ones on mobile devices.
The BBC announces a second series of Poldark, based on the 18th Century-set novels of Winston Graham.
Protests are being held in South Carolina over the fatal shooting of an unarmed man by a police officer, who has been charged with murder.
The world's bestselling drone firm unveils new models that are easier to take off and land and stream footage to YouTube Live.
More than one million people have applied online to register to vote in the space of just over three weeks, says the Electoral Commission.
The UK government and the British Museum turn down an offer of mediation in their dispute with Greece over the Parthenon sculptures known as the Elgin Marbles.
No access to drinking water, few doctors and indiscriminate bombing are creating a "disastrous situation" in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus.
James Riley, who represents Britain's gem industry, says the raid on a safety deposit vault in London's jewellery district is ''a very cleverly masterminded crime''.
John Sutton plans to appeal match-fixing allegations and claims he has been made a scapegoat by snooker's authorities.