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The governor of Indiana has said that he wants state lawmakers to "fix" a religious freedom law that has created a national outcry by the end of this week.
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch reads a letter from 1969 by presidential speechwriter William Safire, on Newsnight.
Conservative Lord Ashcroft says he is standing down as a UK peer
Less cross-country in "knickers and polo shirt" and improved facilities in schools would improve PE for girls, says Victoria Pendleton.
The UN's human rights chief warns Yemen is "on the verge of total collapse", as Saudi-led coalition aircraft bombard Houthi rebels.
The short circuit delaying the restart of the Large Hadron Collider has been fixed, after a blast of high current melted the culpable metal particle.
The RSPCA says it is looking after so many abandoned horses, donkeys and ponies that it cannot take in any more.
People are warned not to approach a "dangerous" convicted murderer who breached his prison release licence.
How winds have been battering parts of Britain
Arizona's governor vetoes a bill that would have required the names of officers involved in shootings to be kept secret for 60 days.
Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale takes part in the NBA's half-court challenge, testing his basketball shooting accuracy.
Residents of Buenos Aires woke up to empty streets on Tuesday as a one-day strike by transportation workers began.
The US has pledged to tackle climate change by cutting its carbon emissions 26-28% by 2025.
The first full day of campaigning
Playing in the European Under-21s Championship could be of benefit to England's young stars, writes BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan.
Praesa, a reading project aimed at children and young people in South Africa, is named the winner of the 2015 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.
An additional $300m is being put aside to deal with possible costs arising from the Germanwings plane crash, Lufthansa officials say.
A box and plastic balls are used to see whether the public think the election campaign will make any difference.
No disciplinary action was ever taken against the Hillsborough match commander for his "wicked lie" about the disaster, the inquests are told.
Does the UK being a large net borrower from other states actually matter?