Can this summer's Labour leadership contest unite the party's warring factions?
Disabled artist Tanya Raabe-Webber spends eight hours painting percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie - and exploring what makes us human.
What's the fairest way of sharing the cost of climate change, asks Harvard philosopher Michael Sandel.
Five books regarded as "extremist" by the Prison Service remained in jail libraries for seven months after a review called for their removal, the BBC learns.
London 2012 Olympic medallist Max Whitlock was just a teenager when he unexpectedly won team and individual bronze.
A selection of some of the images shortlisted in the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016 contest.
Hidden payments of £30,000 to a Tory MP's 2015 general election campaign are being investigated by the police.
Stamps depicting Beatrix Potter's creations, such as Peter Rabbit and Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, are released to mark the 150th anniversary of the author's birth.
Dozens of workers from Albania, Brazil, Nepal and Egypt are arrested in "intelligence led" raids by immigration officials at Byron burger restaurants across London.
African migrants remain as determined as ever to reach Europe from Libya despite the growing number of deaths at sea.
A variety of health stories occupy the front pages, including a breakthrough in Alzheimer's research and some worrying news for office workers.
Ellen Page and the director of new film Tallulah discuss whether every woman is designed to embrace motherhood.
A lawyer known as the Texas Law Hawk has become an internet star through a series of bizarre ads.
It was meant to be a cleansing election called by a progressive Australian prime minister, but has Malcolm Turnbull's great political gamble backfired?
Hinkley Point: What is it and why is it important?
Enthusiasts have stocked an underground library in Syria with books rescued from bombed buildings - and users dodge shells and bullets to reach it.
A judge will rule later on whether Labour's decision to allow Jeremy Corbyn to automatically stand for re-election as leader was lawful or not.
A new class of antibiotics has been discovered by analysing the bacterial warfare taking place up people's noses, scientists report.
Investment in the UK's first new nuclear plant in decades is set to get final approval later on Thursday from the company financing most of the project.
An hour's "brisk exercise" each day offsets the risks of early death linked to a desk-bound working life, scientists suggest.