2:29 am (3 hours ago)
The government is set to announce "significant" changes to its planned rules on an in-out EU referendum, Whitehall sources tell the BBC.
4:44 am (37 minutes ago)
Boats carrying thousands of migrants arrive overnight in mainland Greece, as the EU struggles to cope with an unprecedented influx.
3:39 am (an hour ago)
Britain's Andy Murray wins a pulsating night match against Nick Kyrgios to reach the US Open second round in New York.
12:44 am (5 hours ago)
NHS staff will be offered exercise classes in a bid to keep them fit and in work, NHS England's chief executive is set to announce.
5:15 am (7 minutes ago)
Former Labour leadership contender Chuka Umunna urges his party to unite around its new leader, whoever wins the contest.
Yesterday 11:03 pm (6 hours ago)
The summer transfer window is the richest ever at £870m, as total spending for the calendar year reaches £1bn for the first time.
1:42 am (4 hours ago)
US federal agents arrest more than 90 people and shut down 16 underground labs making illegal steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs.
3:26 am (an hour ago)
Police cars with no sirens are being used for emergency responses, delaying officers and potentially helping criminals escape arrest, the Police Federation says.
1:16 am (4 hours ago)
David Cameron is announcing the latest wave of free schools in England, as a step towards his manifesto pledge of 500 more over the next five years.
2:11 am (3 hours ago)
The identity of the last unnamed victim of the Shoreham air crash is set to be revealed later as the inquests open into the deaths of the 11 people who were killed in the disaster.
Yesterday 11:52 pm (5 hours ago)
Pictures show how researchers at a remote Russian weather station have become trapped by a hungry pack of polar bears.
Yesterday 11:47 pm (6 hours ago)
The US Olympic Committee (USOC) names Los Angeles as the US bid city for hosting the 2024 games after Boston drops out.
Yesterday 5:00 pm (12 hours ago)
The BBC's James Reynolds follows the trail of a Syrian migrant called Nour, as she travels 2,000 miles through nine countries to fulfil her dream of applying for asylum in Sweden.
2:34 am (3 hours ago)
In August 1970, Carole de Saram joined thousands of women on a strike in New York City.
Yesterday 8:14 pm (9 hours ago)
A man who nearly died from drinking hand gel containing alcohol, says he was part of a group which systematically raided London hospitals for a drink.
1:07 am (4 hours ago)
As part of the BBC's series on unusual workplaces, we talk to the New York lawyer whose yacht is now his office.
Yesterday 10:56 pm (6 hours ago)
The four finalists in New Zealand's public competition to design what could be the country's new national flag are revealed.
Yesterday 10:28 pm (7 hours ago)
US President Barack Obama has treated a crowd of people to cinnamon buns during a visit to a coffee shop in Alaska.
Yesterday 7:11 pm (10 hours ago)
What do Kanye West's lyrics tell us about the policy positions he might focus on in a presidential campaign?
Yesterday 4:13 pm (13 hours ago)
A slice of the Queen and Prince Philip's wedding cake is to be auctioned, nearly 68 years after the couple got married.
12:10 am (5 hours ago)
The migrant crisis sweeping Europe and a change to the question for the UK's referendum on the EU make the front pages.
2:39 am (3 hours ago)
Europe's leaders face some hugely sensitive decisions that will determine whether an open Europe can survive, says Gavin Hewitt.
3:00 am (2 hours ago)
The once tranquil port of Aden in Yemen is being steadily infiltrated by jihadists from both al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsular and the so-called Islamic State, writes the BBC's Frank Gardner.
2:43 am (3 hours ago)
As Japan restarts its nuclear power industry, four years after the Fukushima disaster, have we learned to make peace with the technology?
Yesterday 5:25 pm (12 hours ago)
Ashley Madison insists it has an active community of female users, but critics continue to suggest many profiles were fakes.
12:24 am (5 hours ago)
One of Scotland's grandest country houses is recreated in the video game Minecraft to mark Doors Open Day.
Yesterday 9:10 pm (8 hours ago)
And Then There Were None is named the world's favourite Agatha Christie novel in a poll to mark the 125th anniversary of the author's birth.
Yesterday 5:58 pm (11 hours ago)
Manchester United complete the £36m signing of Monaco's France Under-21 forward Anthony Martial.
Yesterday 5:39 pm (12 hours ago)
Brad Barritt will return from injury and Geoff Parling will feature in the second row as England host Ireland on Saturday.
Yesterday 10:17 pm (7 hours ago)
David De Gea's deadline day disappointment and signing a £36m teenager, BBC Sport unravels a frantic transfer window at Man Utd.
Yesterday 11:36 pm (6 hours ago)
Australia selector Rod Marsh warns that an umpire could be killed unless the no-ball rule is changed.
3:36 am (an hour ago)
Asian markets continue to fall on Wednesday, with Shanghai opening down more than 4% amid worries about China's growth.
Yesterday 12:11 pm (17 hours ago)
Continued expectations of an interest rate rise are prompting more homeowners to lock into a new mortgage deal, figures suggest.
Yesterday 5:52 pm (11 hours ago)
A new system of national testing is to be introduced in Scotland's primary schools, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Yesterday 4:08 pm (13 hours ago)
The Electoral Commission recommends changing the question for the EU referendum, saying the existing wording could be seen as biased.
12:55 am (4 hours ago)
People with learning difficulties in the UK are being inappropriately over-medicated, patient records reveal.
Yesterday 5:01 pm (12 hours ago)
The venom of a wasp native to Brazil could be used as a weapon to fight cancer, scientists believe.
Yesterday 1:12 pm (16 hours ago)
University drop-out rates fell sharply when tuition fees were increased, according to researchers.
Yesterday 4:20 pm (13 hours ago)
From this term, many more students in England and Wales will have recourse to an independent complaints body when things go wrong.
2:00 am (3 hours ago)
Intel takes the wraps off its new family of Skylake computer chips, explaining why the processors should outperform its earlier processors.
Yesterday 4:26 pm (13 hours ago)
Members of Amazon's Prime service can now download films and TV episodes for offline viewing.
Yesterday 6:10 pm (11 hours ago)
This year's El Nino weather phenomenon could be one of the strongest on record according to the World Meteorological Organization.
Yesterday 8:40 pm (9 hours ago)
Scientists reveal the secrets behind the trees that can resist wildfires.
Yesterday 6:46 pm (11 hours ago)
Author Anthony Horowitz has apologised for saying he thought Idris Elba was "too street" to be the next James Bond.
Yesterday 5:49 pm (12 hours ago)
Benedict Cumberbatch, Dame Helen Mirren and Dame Maggie Smith are among the British star names at this year's London Film Festival.
Monday, 1:18 am
It's 40 years since Jaws was released, but did media shark scares start on Brighton beach?
Monday, 12:07 am
Two islands in the Bering Straits are barely two miles apart but divided by the US-Russian border. Humphrey Hawksley visited one and looked across.
Sunday, August 30th, 12:34 am
Migrants ashore on the Greek island of Lesbos
Saturday, August 29th, 12:26 am
News photos from 22-28 August
1:19 am (4 hours ago)
The last woman who makes sea silk, a cloth that cannot be sold
1:35 am (4 hours ago)
Have people stopped telling each other about their dreams?
1:27 am (4 hours ago)
Is sympathy for Syrians spreading online?
1:36 am (4 hours ago)
The watchful eyes on Britain's streets
Yesterday 6:05 pm (11 hours ago)
Syrian migrant's perilous journey from Turkey to Sweden
Yesterday 4:24 pm (13 hours ago)
How China prepares for a military parade