Philosophy 'boosts primary results' :: A study suggests primary school results are boosted by weekly philosophy sessions.
10 best cars from the man behind Ferrari ::
When the UK was bombed nightly for eight months in a row :: When the UK was bombed nightly for eight months in a row
In pictures: Delivering aid to South Sudan :: The International Committee of the Red Cross operation in Udier.
World Cup stars set for WSL return :: As the stars of the World Cup return to club duties, BBC Sport looks ahead to the second half of the Women's Super League season.
VIDEO: Westminster Hall :: MPs hold debates on elected mayors and immigration policy.
Black hole awakens, erupts after 26 years :: A NASA satellite detected the first sign of a black hole 8,000 light years away from Earth on Jun 15, 2015. Astronomers around the world are studying the event.
World's best islands ::
Twitter ad angers epilepsy charity :: An epilepsy charity criticises Twitter for uploading two online videos that feature a looping, rapid succession of flashing colours.
Viewpoint: Aung San Suu Kyi still in the running :: Many view Aung San Suu Kyi as the biggest loser from Myanmar's constitutional review as she is still barred from the presidency, but Andrew McLeod says her odds may have actually improved.
Schools 'disrupted' by new rankings :: A heads' union says England's schools face disruption after last-minute changes to GCSE recognition in league tables.
Weekend Edition: The week's best reads :: The best reads of the week you may have missed
Film star Omar Sharif dies aged 83 :: Actor Omar Sharif, best known for classic films Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago, dies aged 83.
Week in pictures: 4-10 July 2015 :: A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
The fairytale of 'Cinderella and Prince Diddy' ::
Living wage 'not a migrant magnet' :: The business secretary hits back at claims the new, higher National Living Wage will act as a "magnet" for migrants to the UK.
Why are opponents of gay marriage so sure they're right? :: Why are gay marriage opponents so sure they're right?
What goes into a pair of $1k shoes? ::
NASA probe set to make history at Pluto ::
Government data breach impacted 21.5 million ::
Teenager sentenced over web attack :: A British teenager has been sentenced for his part in what was called the "biggest cyber attack in history".
Militants attack Somalia hotels :: At least five people in the Somali capital Mogadishu have been killed in a militant attack on two hotels as the Ramadan fast was ending for the day.
US rates 'set for rise this year' :: Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen repeats her view that the central bank is likely to start raising interest rates this year.
Rooftop pools celebrate amazing views :: Summer in the city can be really fun -- and scorching hot.
Top US official quits over hack :: The director of the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) resigns after reports that the records of millions federal employees were hacked.
Greece hopes give boost to US markets :: Wall Street closes up, buoyed by fresh hopes that Greece will agree a new bailout deal with its creditors.
What has austerity done for the eurozone? :: Greece is not the only country in the eurozone that has needed a bailout. Jonty Bloom looks at how austerity measures have worked out for other cash-strapped countries.
VIDEO: Bringing the beach indoors :: Can't make it to the water during the height of summer? One Washington museum has brought the beach inside.
Iraqi veteran: ISIS will never leave ::
The homeowners who refused to budge ::