Two senior US Secret Service agents are under investigation after a car crash at the White House.
UKIP would scrap much of the legislation designed to prevent racial discrimination in work, party leader Nigel Farage says.
Mercedes team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg expect their 2015 title battle to be as intense as last season.
Local people need to be involved in improving hospital and GP services in rural mid Wales, the health minister warns, as a major conference gets under way.
Chelsea's undignified Champions League exit and Oscar-worthy antics show the team's dark side, writes Phil McNulty.
The funeral of former Visage lead singer Steve Strange is to be held with Spandau Ballet members Gary and Martin Kemp due to attend.
An RAF plane is sent to Sierra Leone to help a military healthcare worker who has tested positive for the Ebola virus.
The first and deputy first ministers are arriving back in Northern Ireland on Thursday as political deadlock continues over changes to benefits.
Iraqi officials have showed the BBC videos which they say confirm that Islamic State militants are using chlorine gas in some crude homemade bombs.
A former head of fundraising for the Lib Dems says he will step down as a party candidate after a newspaper claimed he accepted a "potentially illegal donation".
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With thousands of migrants risking their lives crossing the Mediterranean into Europe, can the EU find a common response, asks Katya Adler.
The power of UK security agencies to access private communications will be examined in a parliamentary report due to be published later.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says security services are trying to verify reports that an Australian teenager carried out a suicide attack in Iraq.
Pinal County Sheriff's Office in Arizona releases dash-cam footage of a police chase where large bales of marijuana are thrown from the car being pursued.
Australia's foreign minister offers to cover the cost of life in prison to help two Australians avoid execution, but is rebuffed by Indonesia.
Work to stop young offenders committing crimes after their release from custody is hampered by "distrust" among the staff responsible, inspectors say.