Quiz of the week's news :: Who's denied they've got a golden toilet?
VIDEO: Seeking the disappearing petrol stations :: Andrew Parker is trying to capture the beauty of Britain's local service stations before they all disappear.
Rallying on behalf of people without passports :: The ordinary people standing up for Kuwaiti's 'bidoons'
Is Ferguson unrest behind murder spike? :: Murder rates in US cities have spiked. Some say it's due to a chilling effect on police while others call it a statistical aberration.
Is water ISIS' latest weapon of war? :: ISIS has closed off a dam to the north of the Iraqi city of Ramadi -- seized by its forces last month -- cutting water supplies to pro-government towns downstream and making it easier for its fighters to attack forces loyal to Baghdad, local officials and residents said.
Will Iran transform global energy markets? :: Iran would be a global energy superpower if it weren't for sanctions. So if they are lifted in coming months, as seems likely, what impact will this have on energy markets?
VIDEO: The long, dangerous walk through Europe :: Migrants on their overland journey through Europe face criminal gangs, police beatings and deportation.
Call for blood donors amid stark drop :: A campaign is calling for new blood donors in England and Wales following a 40% drop in fresh volunteers in the past decade.
Eating placenta 'has no benefits' :: There is no evidence that eating the placenta after childbirth can protect women against depression and boost energy, US research suggests.
Future of young 'at risk' from cuts :: Town hall bosses say further funding cuts will put thousands of youngsters 'promising futures' at risk in England.
College catch-up for GCSE failures :: Why thousands of teenagers have to re-sit exams
Been and Gone: Oscar-winning costume designer and life-saving dog :: The life-saving dog that patrolled a beach
How do you instil good character? :: How should children be taught to have good character?
Tales from the launderette :: Tales from an east London launderette
UPDATE 5-Massive cyber attack hits U.S. federal workers, probe focuses on China :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/_9l7xSRAWOo/story01.htm
Sick Serena battles on to set up Safarova final :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/X_L12GIcneE/story01.htm
US House backs Cuba travel curbs :: The US House of Representatives votes to keep restrictions on US citizens travelling to Cuba, despite a recent thaw in relations.
Bieber pleads guilty to assault, careless driving in Canada :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/PIu9pCEVoGM/story01.htm
Disenchanted Chinese tech companies plot escape from New York :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/qnsbwdcJasU/story01.htm
VIDEO: World's first skull-scalp transplant :: The first skull and scalp transplant has been performed on 55 year old Texas man James Boysen in a 15-hour operation, say doctors in the US.
UPDATE 2-Death toll climbs to 97 as China rights capsized ship :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/78t5pX4bgeU/story01.htm
Warriors dominate overtime, top Cavs in Game 1 :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/CndRUuxLgTM/story01.htm
Giant telescope peers back to dawn of time ::
Happy National Donut Day! ::
Hong Kong remembers Tiananmen :: See photos from Hong Kong's Victoria Park, where tens of thousands of people attended a candlelight vigil in remembrance of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.
Shinzo Abe: 3 big challenges facing the world ::
Burr: Give law enforcement tools they need :: On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate voted to strip the intelligence community of a critical tool that has kept Americans safe for more than ten years.
Several homes damaged as tornadoes hit Colorado :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/sju4o39VRq0/story01.htm
Why are fish falling from sky in Alaska? :: There are flying fish, and then there are the variety witnessed by residents of Fairbanks, Alaska. These have literally been dropping from the sky, it seems.
Man saves moose, rangers blow it up :: A Montana camper saved a newborn moose, only to have it blown up by park authorities, together with its dead relatives.