Company bosses and tech entrepreneurs are being targeted in their hotel rooms by hackers whose malware can evade detection, warn researchers.
English National Opera pulls out of a production of Monteverdi's Orfeo as the company prepares for a 29% Arts Council England funding cut.
A B&B owner who found Matthew Williams in his room attacking a woman who died in a suspected act of cannibalism tells of the horror she saw.
The UK Parliament, and others who ignored the silence on Twitter
Russian President drapes his blanket across China's First Lady Peng Liyuan, but she declines his help and removes the garment.
David Shukman explains how the European Space Agency will attempt to land a small spacecraft on a speeding comet for the first time.
How an artist brought Vincent van Gogh's ear 'back to life' and allowed people to talk to it
Angus Sinclair, accused of raping and murdering two teenage girls 37 years ago, admits having sex with them.
A review finds no evidence that files relating to child abuse by prominent figures were "deliberately or systematically removed or destroyed".
The schedule for the 2015 multi-format Women's Ashes series is announced, with the sole Test taking place at Canterbury.
Mexicans angry at the handling by the authorities of the disappearance of 43 students in Iguala six weeks ago block Acapulco airport.
A new speed record has been set after Francois Gissy reached 207mph (333kph) on a pushbike.
Vanessa-Mae is banned for four years after it is found violations had taken place during ski qualification for the Sochi Olympics.
A man accused of organising the murder of his wife while on honeymoon told her he changed his mind about marriage, a South African court hears.
Flood alerts are in place across parts of Wales as heavy rain continues to fall into Tuesday.
The BBC's China editor Carrie Gracie analyses the rivalry between the two superpowers.
Fifty US troops are being deployed to Iraq's troubled Anbar province, the Pentagon says, to advise Iraqi forces fighting Islamic State militants there.
Vodafone is to launch UK broadband and TV services in the spring to compete with rivals such as BT, Virgin and Sky.
The jury in the trial of Erol Incedal, accused of preparing for acts of terrorism, is discharged and the prosecution confirms it will seek a retrial.
The University of Liverpool is investigating an "unacceptable" script for a students' play which culminates in a character being drugged and raped.