The soldier killed on a London street is named as Drummer Lee Rigby of the 2nd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, as two more people are held.
President Obama has defended the use of drones as a "just war" of self-defence against deadly militants, and a campaign that had made America safer.
A man accused of murdering five-year-old April Jones in a sexually motivated attack tells a court he is not a paedophile.
European Tour chief George O'Grady apologises for using the phrase "coloured athletes" while defending Sergio Garcia.
A family doctor who used a secret camera inside his wristwatch to record himself abusing female patients at his surgery is jailed for 12 years.
Five men are arrested after a child tells of being sexually assaulted at a children's nursery in Worcestershire.
An independent inquiry is needed into the NHS non-emergency 111 phone line "debacle" in England, GPs say.
Global stock markets fall after weak Chinese economic data and concerns that the US Federal Reserve may scale back monetary stimulus efforts.
A British man arrested on suspicion of organised fraud is found hanged in a French prison.
A woman who took to Twitter to say she had knocked a cyclist off his bike tells the BBC it was the "biggest mistake of my life".
King Edward VIII was bugged by the government at the height of the 1936 abdication crisis, files released by the National Archives show.
A radio that has the ability to alter scripts and other content depending on its location and other factors is being developed by the BBC.
One of Britain's most influential World War II spies was arrested in Madrid for cross-dressing, files released by the National Archives show.
The UK's economy grew at 0.3% in the first three months of the year, official figures confirm, but concerns remain over the strength of the recovery.
Nissan says it plans to recall about 841,000 vehicles worldwide due to a faulty steering wheel.
The number of people coming to the UK has fallen by over 80,000 in the last year as figures show net migration is down by a third.
Family doctors are not prepared to shore up an emergency health care system left unsafe by "political meddling", a GP leader has warned.
A way of creating more effective vaccines which could protect against a broad range of flu viruses has been reported by US researchers.
Over 60,000 measles vaccinations have now been given during the outbreak in Swansea and Powys but another 33,000 people still need it, say health officials.
A steep decline in foreign students coming to study at UK colleges and language schools prompts fears of a knock-on effect on universities.
More children may drown without better school swimming provision, the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) has warned.
Google has acquired a US start-up that generates power using turbines flying on robotic tethered kites.
A former college football player has won the right to sue Electronic Arts for using his likeness without permission.
Chinese scientists trace the rare white colouration in Bengal tigers to a single change in a gene that affects a host of animals, including humans.
Installation is under way of an expanded monitoring system for Iceland's volcanoes, which it is hoped will give the world more warning of the next big eruption.
Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows, one of Constable's "most important paintings", is bought by the Tate for a "bargain" £23.1m.
Shameless star David Threlfall is to play comedian Tommy Cooper in a new drama commissioned by ITV.
The project "Skateistan" trains Afghan children how to skateboard - and gives them access to much-needed educational opportunities.
A motorist's tweet boasting about hitting a cyclist created uproar when it went viral. What does it reveal about the battle on the UK's roads?
Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf is withdrawn from the Champions Trophy following media reports of an Indian police investigation.