Login for Bowdoin-only view | ?
The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 11 min 57 sec ago
UK Chancellor George Osborne says a vote for Scottish independence would mean walking away from the pound.
Castleford half-back Brett Seymour on his battle with depression and the night "everything came to a halt"
Will women be the saviours of the High Street?
Carl Froch-George Groves II evokes memories of British boxing's golden age of rivalries, says Ben Dirs
Matteo Renzi, political rival of Italy's Prime Minister Enrico Letta, calls for a "new government" and asks his party for its support.
Afghan authorities release 65 detainees from the Bagram detention centre, a move the US condemns as "deeply regrettable".
The ECB says "significant" pay rises will create England women's first full-time professional cricket team.
Head teachers' leaders have outlined what they think schools should do once the national system for measuring pupils' performance is scrapped.
Vietnamese artist Le Cat Trong Ly left her classical music studies to follow her passion for singing and song-writing.
U.S. and European spending cuts threaten Rolls' profit growth in 2014, wiping almost £4bn off the firm's market value
Zhang Hong storms to victory in the women's 1,000m speed skating, winning China's first Winter Olympic gold in the event.
Chaos breaks out in the lower house of India's parliament after an MP uses pepper spray to disrupt proceedings.
An appeal has been made to restore the grave of Belfast footballer John Peden, who established the first playing connection between Ireland and Manchester United.
Only Fools and Horses stars Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst are among the mourners at actor Roger Lloyd Pack's funeral in London.
The Danish Jyllands Park Zoo says it may have to follow Copenhagen Zoo in slaughtering its giraffe, also called Marius, despite the outcry.
Borko Ilincic, a suspected member of the so-called Pink Panther gang of jewel thieves, is arrested in Spain.
The BBC's David Loyn speaks to some of the 65 prisoners released from high security Bagram detention centre.
The leaders of four African nations have pledged to honour a 10-year moratorium on sales of ivory.
The Ministry of Defence shortlists five sites as possible locations to store radioactive waste from redundant Royal Navy nuclear submarines.
At least six people die after a car bomb explodes close to the gate of the international airport in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, police say.