In Pictures: Batman through the ages :: Actors who've played the big screen role
VIDEO: House of Commons :: The government is defeated in a vote on Syria while MPs also reject Labour's amendment.
UK recovery 'gathering momentum' :: The economic recovery is gathering momentum, the British Chambers of Commerce claims, as it sharply ups its growth forecast for this year.
How the Pisces III was rescued :: Forty years ago two Britons spent three days trapped in a submersible at the bottom of the seabed while a dramatic rescue operation was under way.
Quiz of the week's news :: The Magazine's weekly quiz of the news, 7 days 7 questions.
'Tanned' whales shed light on ageing :: Researchers say that the way whales cope with exposure to ultra violet light could help develop new anti-ageing treatments.
Poverty 'saps mental resources' :: Researchers say that being poor can significantly impact a person's mental resources, leaving less capacity for other tasks.
Record-breaking roller coaster :: Six Flags Great America in Chicago announced plans to build Goliath, a new, record-breaking wooden roller coaster.
Open Mic: Syria :: CNN asks Londoners their opinions on the Syrian crisis and how they would respond.
N. Korea 'in grip of drugs epidemic' :: North Korea's sanction-hit regime has long been accused of drug trafficking as a source of hard currency, but a new report claims drug producers are finding a ready market closer to home and that as many as two-thirds of North Koreans have used methamphetamines.
China plans moon landing :: China set a bold new course in its ambitious space program Wednesday, when it announced plans to land its first probe on the moon by the end of the year.
Three abolishes some roaming charges :: Mobile phone operator, Three, abolishes roaming charges for its customers in seven countries.
More 'surprises', warn Syria hackers :: The hacking group behind recent attacks on the New York Times and Twitter tells the BBC it has "many surprises" to come for media companies.
Meet me at the border ::
Insurers show accidents near schools :: More than 1,000 children a month are being injured on local roads around British schools, insurance industry figures indicate.
Shops and cafes fight US patent trolls :: A group of US trade associations has launched an advertising campaign urging politicians to take action over patent trolls.
Should countries be more like families? :: Roger Scruton on why countries should be more like families
Foods that can fix your health problems :: Can't sleep? Got the PMS blues? Before you open your medicine cabinet, step into your kitchen.
U.S. says 1,429 Syrians killed in August 21 chemical weapons attack :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/vGJ0OgocTYA/story01.htm
US spying 'black budget' detailed :: A breakdown of US intelligence's multi-billion dollar "black budget" is revealed in files passed by leaker Edward Snowden to the Washington Post.
Meet the tiny twin baby pandas :: CNN's Alina Machado checks on the progress of the baby twin pandas born at the Atlanta Zoo in July.
Large earthquake hits remote Alaska waters, no tsunami seen :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/AJnKFmB74C0/story01.htm
Obama says Syria chemical weapons attack threatens Israel, Jordan :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/gvEBdR1Bj7M/story01.htm
Syria says U.S. accusations were 'lies and baseless' :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/shOBhL9RnMs/story01.htm
US man convicted of murdering baby :: An 18-year-old US man is convicted of murder in the shooting of a baby in the state of Georgia - a case that has sent shockwaves across America.
AP PHOTOS: Dragon Con draws huge sci-fi crowd :: ATLANTA (AP) -- Wookies, Daleks and scantily-clad comic book characters called Atlanta home this weekend while attending the annual Dragon Con science fiction and fantasy convention. It's the rough equivalent of three consecutive days of Halloween held in high-rise Atlanta hotels....
Morgan: 'Peerless interviewer' :: Brian Stelter talks to CNN's Piers Morgan about the life and career of veteran British journalist David Frost.
Williams beats Stephens at US Open :: Top seed and defending champion Serena Williams is into the US Open quarter-finals after a straight-sets win over Sloane Stephens.
UPDATE 1-German candidates clash on euro and taxes in tight TV duel - Reuters :: url: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&usg�QjCNETVVmBJZQOgex88zBf1fti9X6miA&url=http://in.reuters.com/article/2013/09/01/germany-election-debate-idINL6N0GX0Y720130901
4 of 5 schools beef up policy after Penn State :: As they watched Penn State struggle to contain a child sex-abuse scandal that ruined its once-pristine name and took down the mightiest of college coaches, schools around the country realized they needed to examine what they were doing so they wouldn't see their reputations destroyed, as well....