A fell-running champion admits stabbing three top athletics staff at a major UK stadium.
A police social media plea to reunite the owners of a wedding photo album found in a bin backfires when they discovered they didn't want it back.
After Ghana's president John Mahama quoted lines from Michael Jackson's Heal the World at the UN, here are five more politicians who used their favourite lyric to make a point.
A mother from Devon has travelled to an Indian court, to find out who is responsible for the death of her 15 year-old daughter.
Why are people paying hundreds of pounds for the new plastic £5 note?
Four coalition planes attacked Syrian troops in Deir al-Zour for an hour, Bashar al'Assad has said, so it was not an accident.
BBC Newsnight's Evan Davis questions the Hungarian foreign minister about a controversial government leaflet which claims migrants have created no-go zones in Europe.
Singer Will Young will pay tribute to David Bowie in his Strictly dance floor debut this weekend.
A burglar has been caught on CCTV making his escape on a mobility scooter.
London mayor Sadiq Khan asks Barking MP Margaret Hodge to conduct a review of the Garden Bridge project.
Medical correspondent Fergus Walsh demonstrates what can happen if a button battery gets lodged in a child's throat, after a warning from surgeons over the dangers.
Labour is "unelectable and undesirable" under Jeremy Corbyn, former minister David Miliband warns.
A six-year-old American boy writes to Barack Obama, and offers a place in his family to the Syrian refugee whose photo shocked the world.