British women 'fighting in Syria'
Experts believe that 10 British women may have travelled to Syria to join the fighting in the war-torn state.
Health atlas pinpoints area risks
A new health atlas has been developed which can enable people to assess medical and environmental risks for different areas.
Royals are bowled over Down Under
Prince George's first royal tour came to an end today as his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, said goodbye to Australia.
Hillsborough slurs 'from Whitehall'
The Cabinet Office is making "urgent inquiries" following claims that government computers were used to make offensive and inflammatory comments about the Hillsborough disaster.
US warns Russia over border troops
America has threatened Russia with more sanctions after Moscow announced new military exercises involving ground and air forces near its border with Ukraine.
Family-friendly hours under threat
An increasing number of employers are imposing significant changes in working hours without adequate consultation and with little consideration for family responsibilities, according to a new report.
Teen 'fighting' as £2m target hit
A terminally-ill teenager who has smashed his fund-raising target with more than £2 million for charity has said that he is "still fighting" as donations from the public continue to flood in.
Ferry families confront officials
Frustrated relatives of the scores still missing from the capsized ferry Sewol have staged a marathon confrontation with South Korea's fisheries minister and the coastguard chief.