Skirmishes flare between supporters and opponents of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as he visits the city of San Diego in California.
It would be a "very dangerous experiment" for the UK to give Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn power, former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair warns.
A World War Two vintage aircraft crashes into the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey, reportedly killing the pilot.
Mental health services turned away more than a quarter of children referred for support without help in England in 2015, a report says.
A US judge orders actor Johnny Depp to stay away from his estranged wife, actress Amber Heard, after an alleged assault.
More than 100 leading scientists say the Rio Olympics should be moved or postponed due to the Zika outbreak - but the World Health Organization rejects this.
Tottenham will play Champions League home games at Wembley next season - and could play all home matches there in 2017-18.
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband is to issue a "call to arms", urging young people to register to vote in next month's EU referendum.
An open gas mains fire causes homes to "shake" after it exploded on the Kent estuary, a witness says.
Former Argentine junta leader Reynaldo Bignone is sentenced to 20 years in prison over Operation Condor killing of left-wing activists.
The centenary of the largest naval battle of World War One is to be officially commemorated in Rosyth and South Queensferry.
A bone fragment believed to come from the remains of St Thomas Becket will be carried into Canterbury Cathedral, 845 years after his death.
A small plane crashes in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey.
Some of the first paying passengers on the world's biggest cruise ship have described it as "a construction site" and a "serious risk to those on board".
The World Health Organization has dismissed calls for the Rio Olympic Games to be moved because of the Zika outbreak in Brazil.
A neighbourhood in Washington has been made over with murals by both international and local artists.
Brazil's interim president calls an emergency meeting of state security ministers after a sex attack on a teenage girl in Rio de Janeiro prompted widespread anger.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin has said Russia might be forced to respond to US moves in Europe.
The game of "funslinger" is coming to a growing number of UK schools and claims to feature one of the longest throws of any sport.
Amber Heard has left court in Los Angeles, where she was granted a restraining order against her estranged husband, Johnny Depp.
A restraining order issued against actor Johnny Depp attracts headlines, along with President Obama's visit to Hiroshima and a call to raise the driving licence renewal age to 75.
The site of the longest battle of World War One, Verdun has become a symbol of European reconciliation, says Hugh Schofield.
Katie Razzall went to the West Midlands to assess opinion on the EU referendum among ethnic minority voters.
Q&A on the effect on Britons travelling in France following industrial action being taken by French workers, who are blockading oil refineries as part of their dispute.
The government wants to reduce pensions payable to steelworkers, to make Tata Steel UK more attractive to a buyer - but how much will they lose?
Swashboggling, squishous and frobscottle are among thousands of Roald Dahl's words to be compiled in a dictionary to celebrate the centenary of the writer's birth.
A 30ft-long caterpillar web beside a Stirling DIY store is cordoned off after becoming a visitor attraction.
LeBron James scores 33 points as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Toronto Raptors to book their place in the NBA finals.
British Olympic champion Mo Farah wins the 10,000m at the Prefontaine Classic in the third quickest time of his career.
Formula 1 is set to introduce the 'halo' driver head protection device in 2017.
Ayr United score an "own goal" with a "sexist" kit promotion campaign, says founder of Scottish Women in Sport Maureen McGonigle.
Independent energy companies want consumers to be able to see all available tariffs when using price comparison websites.
HM Revenue & Customs loses an appeal to recover up to £50m in stamp duty from the sale of the Chelsea Barracks.
Vote Leave offers a £50m prize for correctly guessing the results of every Euro 2016 game - but the contest is called a "con" by the Remain campaign.
Vote Leave campaigner Boris Johnson does not seem to know the difference between fact and fiction, former Conservative Party chairman Chris Patten says.
The Scottish nurse who survived Ebola says she has been left with permanent weakness in her leg and will probably never run again.
Regulators have given one of the world's largest drug companies approval to sell a new gene therapy.
The system of inquiries into child deaths in England where neglect or abuse is suspected will be overhauled, says the government
Cambridge University will remain affiliated to the National Union of students after a referendum of students rejected a motion to leave.
Mobile service provider Three confirms it will block advertising on its network for a day-long trial in June.
A patent owner wants Apple to suspend Facetime and iMessage chat apps because it claims its technologies have been infringed.
Researchers invent a DNA "tape recorder" that can trace the family history of every cell in a body.
US scientists produce their most precise date yet for the colossal landslide that shaped the big red canyon running through what is now Zion National Park.
Ariana Grande tops the album chart with her third record, Dangerous Woman, while Drake continues his reign at the top of the singles chart.
Stories by children about the perils of reality TV judging, dementia and a bloodthirsty pig are among the winners of this year's 500 Words.
Celena and her partner Pete separated for 10 weeks to break their bad habits and lose weight.
More than 40 years after the end of the Vietnam war dozens of ageing former American soldiers have gone back - and have succeeded in finding peace.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
The people who shape hair in the capital of Sierra Leone
The animals that might swim up your toilet
How easy is it to make a living as a model?
Sainsbury's tests new ways to keep food cold
How the Unabomber and his Nordic fan want you to listen
The riot with a legacy of shame and pride
Should violent prisoners be allowed to look for love online?
What people in the Middle East really think of Tony Blair