AUDIO: 'Dogs can read each others' tails' :: Dr John Bradshaw of Bristol University who is an expert in anthrozoology, and the novelist and dog lover Jilly Cooper, discuss news that movements of a dog's tail are linked to its mood.
Views sought on countryside future :: The government launches a consultation for views on how the English countryside should look, as a controversial EU farm subsidy change is introduced.
VIDEO: First Bitcoin ATM opens in Canada :: The world's first Bitcoin ATM has opened in a coffee house in Vancouver and other tech news.
Kenya protests over brutal gang rape :: Calls of "Justice for Liz" rang out in Nairobi's streets in protest of the authorities' response to a brutal gang rape.
'Feel' objects in thin air: The future of touch technology :: Touch technology has come a long way in the last decade. Just six years ago, most phones used traditional keypads; today, almost all smartphones have a touchscreen, and the technology has spread to tablets, handheld consoles and laptops as well.
How 'swarm robots' are learning from insects :: In the dystopian future imagined within the popular Terminator franchise, robots learn to think, self-replicate and eventually kill their human masters.
They're watching ::
Rwanda 'key' to Congo's peace :: John Prendergast and Sasha Lezhnev say that unless the Congo war's root causes are addressed in a broader peace process, violence will intensify and Rwanda could be drawn more directly into the fray.
Snowden :: A German lawmaker who met Edward Snowden in Moscow on Thursday said Friday that the National Security Agency leaker offered to testify in front of the U.S. Congress.
Why euro was crucial to Europe's fortunes :: One of the masterminds behind the euro says Europe would have suffered a far worse fate if the single currency had never been created.
Portman: Science's unlikely heroine? :: Natalie Portman hopes her latest role will encourage girls into labs.
Is Facebook stalking you? :: Facebook could soon be stalking you. The site plans to track the movements of your mouse!
Istanbul tunnel links Europe and Asia :: Turkey has opened a new underwater railway tunnel that connects Europe and Asia. CNN's John Defterios has the story.
GCSE overhaul in England made final :: Exams regulator Ofqual confirms it is making changes to GCSEs, in what it calls the biggest shake-up of exams in England for a generation.
Which celeb costume won Halloween? ::
VIDEO: House of Commons :: A Conservative MP leads a debate on support for first-time employers.
Biden-Clinton switch considered? :: President Barack Obama's closest advisers secretly considered replacing Vice President Joe Biden with Hillary Clinton on the 2012 ticket, according to the New York Times.
VIDEO: Wozniak on giant-sized smartwatches :: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak tells Click he is a big fan of smartwatches and says he wants a device with full smartphone capabilities.
The Loop: Compassion and warmth :: Welcome to the Loop, the Magazine's weekly letters column, including the best of your thoughts on Twitter and Facebook.
Zynga wins Scrabble trademark row :: Zynga's Scramble With Friends game does not infringe Mattel's Scrabble trademarks, a High Court judge rules.
Should the baby boomers leave the stage? :: Will Self asks if the baby boomers should leave the stage
Move over girls: Now it's boys on bikes :: Images of men posing on a Ducati go viral one year later to the delight of fans tired of the "girl on bike" trope.
Bourdain in Tokyo :: From sedate, ancient gardens to boisterous robot cabarets -- here's the vital knowledge.
Diwali :: Fireworks boom, bulbs flash, and flames flicker as tens of millions of people across the globe celebrate the beginning of the Festival of Lights.
Pilot on danger of inflight calls :: A 777 captain explains why he's relieved U.S. regulators didn't relax the rules on inflight calls.
CEOs and tech they couldn't live without :: Tech at the top: How 5 of world's leading executives streamline their productivity
Decapitation barely shocks Brazil :: A pregnant 14-year-old raped, a grenade tossed into a crowd by robbers during a getaway. Those are just a few of the stories tucked inside Rio de Janeiro's main newspaper, O Globo, this week.
Smartest ways to tour Tokyo :: From sedate, ancient gardens to boisterous robot cabarets -- here's the vital knowledge.
Third gender legalized in Germany :: Parents of newborns in Germany now have a third option to go along with "male" or "female." Fionnuala Sweeney reports.
New 'lost world' could be lost again :: David Wake says the discovery of new species in Australia is thrilling, but they do not replace species rapidly being lost due to a host of depredations