Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses members of Congress at the US Capitol.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he is under no pressure from the club's owners to retain the Premier League.
A recording emerges in which the Islamic State fighter Mohammed Emwazi, known as "Jihadi John", denied being an extremist and said MI5 threatened him.
Labour would pass a law, in memory of Alan Turing, to enable pardons for gay men convicted under historical indecency laws, if it wins in May.
Antony Jenkins speaks out as Financial Conduct Authority finalises clampdown plans for traders.
A fatal accident inquiry hears that the way a foster placement was sourced, for a child who later killed his foster mother, was not good practice.
The costs of sending special administrators into the troubled Mid Staffordshire NHS trust rose to almost £19.5m, a health watchdog reveals.
An economic report for the executive says there is not a strong enough case for abolishing a £13 tax on the majority of flights out of Northern Ireland.
Scotland's A&E departments treated 87% of people within the Scottish government's target of four hours in January, NHS statistics show.
Ford has been showing off two e-bikes at Mobile World Congress as manufacturers start to look beyond the car.
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso will miss the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on 15 March on medical advice.
A mother was stabbed to death in the New Forest to stop her making a sex assault allegation, a jury hears.
As many as 373 children may have been targeted for sex by gangs of men in Oxfordshire in the last 16 years, a serious case review finds.
Fierce clashes are taking place in and around the Iraqi city of Tikrit, as soldiers and militiamen attack Islamic State positions, officials say.
The Indian president approves a bill which bans the slaughter of cows and the sale and consumption of beef in the western state of Maharashtra.
A "fearless" man and great player
Sir Simon Rattle, one of the world's leading conductors, is to take over as music director at the London Symphony Orchestra from September 2017.
Hillary Clinton's exclusive use of a personal email account when she was US secretary of state is probed as a possible violation of federal rules.
Thousands rally against the ban on beef in India
Iran rejects as "excessive and illogical" a demand by US President Obama that it freeze sensitive nuclear activity for at least 10 years.