Which one is India's real prime minister? :: Abhinandan Pathak, a former teacher, is living the life of a prime minister, without the politics. CNN's Sumnima Udas reports.
Aliens or Atlantis? Who made Costa Rica's stone spheres? :: The stone spheres of Costa Rica are one of the strangest mysteries in archaeology. CNN's Jonathan Mann reports.
Coast to coast across the US :: One man's trip across the United States
Which films will be the top picks at the BAFTA Film Awards? :: It's almost time for Britain's version of the Oscars. CNN's Isa Soares and Neil Curry examine the best films of the year.
Afcon semi-final crowd trouble :: Violent scenes at Africa Cup of Nations semi-final
The events that lead to the conflict in Ukraine :: CNN's Atika Shubert looks at how former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's decision to partner with Russia, instead of the EU, lead to chaos in his country.
Day in pictures: 6 February 2015 :: Images from around the world: 6 February
Lawyers bite over 'Left Shark' model :: A website has been ordered to remove a design for a 3D-printed model of the "Left Shark" dancer from the Super Bowl half-time show.
Ubuntu phone has alternative to apps :: The first Ubuntu-powered smartphones go on sale shortly, featuring a user interface with a card-based system rather than grids of apps.
US jobs market gathers momentum :: The United States added 257,000 jobs last month and the number created in November and December was revised sharply higher.
Week in pictures: 31 January - 6 February 2015 :: The best news photos from around the world
My country's problem with menstruation ::
Plan to cut 'excessive' teacher work :: "Unnecessary" teacher workload will be cut with a series of new measures, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Education Secretary Nicky Morgan announce.
Weekendish: The best of the week's reads :: The best long reads that you really shouldn't miss
10 things we didn't know last week :: Why cats love hiding in cardboard boxes, and more news nuggets
Go Figure: The week in numbers :: The week's big numbers visualised.
Can parents and non-parents ever understand each other? :: Can parents and non-parents ever truly understand each other?
Queen Elizabeth: 63 years in 63 seconds :: As Queen Elizabeth II commences her 63rd year on the throne, CNN's Max Foster looks back at her reign.
Contactless card limit rises to £30 :: The spending limit on contactless cards is to be increased to £30 from September 2015, the UK Cards Association announces
VIDEO: Why Venezuela's condoms cost $755 :: As the oil price continues to fall, inflation in Venezuela means many cannot afford basic goods
Why did Greece's Varoufakis bring up Nazis in Berlin? :: Greece's finance minister brings up Nazis during talks in Germany, an issue most politicians would try to avoid, reports the BBC's Mark Lowen.
U.S. names its biggest threats :: What keeps President Barack Obama's national security team up at night? It's all laid out in the administration's new national security strategy document released by the White House on Friday.
'Exploding Kittens' most backed Kickstarter :: Curious kittens exploding are the Internet's new potato salad meets "Reading Rainbow" with a guest appearance by Veronica Mars, meaning this card game is seriously winning the hearts of Internet users and party game lovers alike.
In pictures: Living beside the tracks :: Families living right beside a railway
28 Internet acronyms parents should know ::
Astonishing photo-realistic portraits ::
Watch the messy truth about Ebola ::
The worms that invade your brain ::
Stool transplant 'made woman obese' :: A woman has dramatically gained weight after a stool transplant from her daughter, US doctors report.
British hopefuls ready for Baftas :: Benedict Cumberbatch, Felicity Jones, Keira Knightley, Rosamund Pike and Eddie Redmayne are among the British stars hoping to win a Bafta on Sunday.