Philosophy 'boosts primary results' :: A study suggests primary school results are boosted by weekly philosophy sessions.
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.
VIDEO: Westminster Hall :: MPs hold debates on elected mayors and immigration policy.
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.
3 ways Pope Francis is shaking up the church :: It looks like a plan concocted by the braintrust of a political campaign.
Schools 'disrupted' by new rankings :: A heads' union says England's schools face disruption after last-minute changes to GCSE recognition in league tables.
Week in pictures: 4-10 July 2015 :: A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
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.
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.
Iraqi veteran: ISIS will never leave ::
The homeowners who refused to budge ::
Chinese astronaut calls for cooperation ::
Wimbledon time machine :: Travel back in time to find your place in tennis history
Back from the dead: Slave of 8 years comes home ::
In pictures: Lightning illuminates UK :: Thunderstorms across the country from north to south
Reddit's under-fire boss Pao resigns :: Ellen Pao, the chief executive of influential news and links sharing website Reddit, resigns following a huge community backlash.
Megacities in their best light :: Life in some of Africa's most crowded cities isn't always what you'd expect it to be. Three of the continent's best urban photographers give us a glimpse behind the scenes.
Rift grows between China and Hong Kong ::
China's stock market crash from 'ground zero' ::
Athletics: Meet the fastest girl of all time ::