There is still time for England to replace Alastair Cook as captain for the World Cup, says ex-skipper Nasser Hussain.
UK retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in more than 10 years in November, thanks to the effects of Black Friday.
The UK cannot block non-EU family members coming to the county from Europe without a travel permit, European judges say.
The schoolboy who was shot in the head and lived
A survivor of the Pakistan school attack, Aqif Azeem, describes what happened when gunmen stormed the school.
Markets in Asia were mostly higher after the Federal Reserve pledged to be "patient" when it came to making a decision on raising interest rates.
At least five people have died following heavy snowfall and tidal surges in Japan.
A judge has overturned the conviction of a 14-year-old black boy sent to the electric chair for murder more than 70 years ago.
A guide to the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures
Debutant Josh Hazlewood claims 5-68 and Steve Smith hits 65 not out as Australia trail India by 187 runs in the second Test.
Opportunities to prosecute Jimmy Savile and a former mayor of Scarborough for child sex abuse were missed due to police "organisational failure".
The government made £180m less from the sale of Royal Mail than it could have, and the process of privatising state assets should be reformed, says a new report.
US Federal Reserve says it will be "patient" in deciding when to raise interest rates, with most analysts expecting a rise in mid-2015.
New Zealand's Dan Carter will end his international career to become rugby's highest-paid player by joining Racing Metro.
Ashley Cole dismisses Crystal Palace link, Eden Hazard close to new Chelsea deal, Southampton want Wesley Sneijder, plus more.
Sony cancels the release of The Interview, a film about a fictional plot to kill North Korea's leader, after major cinemas decide not to screen it.
Councils in England are to learn later how much money they will have to spend on local services such as waste collection and road maintenance in 2015-16.
Greece has moved a step closer towards holding a general election, which could lead to it abandoning its policy of economic austerity.
India's troubled airline SpiceJet resumes flights after it agreed to pay oil companies cash for fuel purchases.
An eccentric architectural plan thought to have been drawn by King George III during his period of "madness" is discovered at the British Library.