Scientists believe they may have found a new planet in the far reaches of the solar system, up to four times the mass of Jupiter.
Its orbit would be thousands of times further from the Sun than the Earth's - which could explain why it has so far remained undiscovered.
The renowned rock guitarist Gary Moore has died in a hotel room in Spain.
Mr Moore, 58, was originally from Belfast and was a former member of the legendary Irish group Thin Lizzy.
Adam Parsons, who manages Thin Lizzy, told the BBC that Mr Moore had died in the early hours of Sunday morning.
There are loads of things that turn up on beaches - but one thing you probably wouldn't expect to see is a grand piano!
So you can imagine the surprise of people living near the sandbanks in Biscayne Bay in Miami in America when a full size grand piano appeared.
Scientists have warned politicians to take preventative action as a superstorm, dubbed the 'Big One', is expected to hit California.
US Geological Survey scientists predict that the storm could last 40 days, producing up to 10-feet of rain and causing £190 billion ($300 billion) worth of flooding damage, which would make it the most destructive storm in California's modern history.
Girl gangs might sound like a modern British problem, but new research has revealed an all-female crime syndicate had a firm and pitiless grip on London as far back as the 18th century.
Forgotten stashes of photographs, records and letters have revealed that although the capital was carved into different fiefdoms by various male villains, one all-female gang ruled part of the gangland underworld for almost two centuries.
Now, you can keep on rolling with the Stones… but only if you get doubles. The legendary rock band have announced their version of the classic board game Monopoly. In Rolling Stones Monopoly, the famous streets and avenues of the original edition are replaced with Stones releases. Baltic Avenue becomes Sticky Fingers and Park Place turns into A Bigger Bang.
Sound designer Ben Burtt's responsibility on Star Wars was to create specifically unusual sounds - weapons, vehicles, character and key backgrounds.
Life, Panoramic is a collection of city portraits from around the world, written and photographed by locals. While we view much of the world through an outsider's perspective, all of Life, Panoramic's accounts come directly from the source. We celebrate subjectivity.
Taking old World War II photos, Russian photographer Sergey Larenkov carefully photoshops them over more recent shots to make the past come alive. Not only do we get to experience places like Berlin, Prague, and Vienna in ways we could have never imagined, more importantly, we are able to appreciate our shared history in a whole new and unbelievably meaningful way.
Pink Floyd song rewritten by Toronto band as anthem for young people dissenting in Iran
The Pink Floyd rock music classic "Another Brick in the Wall" has been transformed by a Canadian band to reflect dissent young Iranians have for their government.
If, like me, you're an avid fan of ITV's Poirot, you'll instantly recognise the iconic, white, Modernist country house that appears at regular intervals throughout the series. Originally inspired by the flat, white houses of ancient Greece,
The Haitian-born singer, Wyclef Jean, is expected to announce on Thursday that he will stand for election as president of Haiti.
The humble practice of metal detection is one traditionally associated with weird old men who tramp around the beach, but that image is set to be cast aside thanks to these Treasure Seekers.
THE residents of Shitterton have grown used to being the butt of jokes. But that doesn't mean they aren't proud of their pretty hamlet in the Dorset countryside
So it was a source of great dismay that the signpost announcing its name was repeatedly stolen by souvenir hunters with a fondness for lavatory humour.
CASTRIES, St Lucia, CMC – Parliament has passed legislation banning members of the public from wearing camouflage outfits similar to those worn by the police.
Prime Minister Stephenson King, who introduced the measure, told the House that for some time now the police force had been requesting a review of the legislation dealing with the wearing of camouflage by civilians.