Freddie Gray, the Baltimore man whose death sparked rioting in US cities, died in a police van when his head struck a bolt, TV report says.
The former head of Colombia's secret police, Maria del Pilar Hurtado, is jailed for 14 years for spying on politicians, judges and journalists.
Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara is in a legal battle with her former fiance, who wants to have children from the couple's frozen embryos.
Australian police are investigating a seven-year-old boy's death following his attendance at a "slapping workshop" by a visiting Chinese therapist.
The distinctive song of a secretive and elusive bird in central China helps researchers to describe it as a new species to science.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers take Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston with first pick in the NFL's annual draft.
Aviation giant Airbus says it will file a criminal complaint over allegations in the media that German spies helped the US carry out industrial espionage.
Baltimore police say officers transporting Freddie Gray made a previously undisclosed stop, as protesters rally in several cities.
The BBC's Ian Pannell reports from Everest Base Camp where a recovery operation is under way following Saturday's devastating earthquake.
Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood and Jordan Spieth all maintain unbeaten records at the WGC Match Play in San Francisco.
Police in Baltimore say that a van transporting Freddie Gray made a previously undisclosed stop while en route to the police station.
India criticises a US congressional panel claim that minorities in the country are subjected to "violent attacks" after the Narendra Modi-led BJP came to power.
There will be no Labour government if it involves a coalition or a deal with SNP, Ed Miliband says during a special election edition of Question Time.
US electric carmaker Tesla Motors unveils batteries that can power homes and businesses in a bid to expand beyond its vehicle business.
David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg are put on the spot over post-election deals and their economic records in a Question Time leaders special.
Why Las Vegas riches alone can't revive boxing
Rescue teams in Nepal have been making their own way into badly affected areas to find and treat survivors of the earthquake.
The ceasefire between government forces and pro-Russia rebels in eastern Ukraine is largely holding, but Nato's top military commander says he's concerned the lull is being used to prepare another offensive.
More than 2,000 people have been forced from their homes after Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted for the third time in eight days.
Ireland prepares for historic same-sex marriage referendum