The world's largest museum and research institution could be heading for London as part of a multi-million dollar redevelopment of the 2012 Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Yahoo has announced a plan to spin-off its 15% stake in China's Alibaba Group and hand the business to its shareholders.
While New Yorkers are asking why the city shut down for a few inches of snow, city officials say they're happy they were safe and not sorry.
Lib Dem MP Tessa Munt resigns as a parliamentary aide to Business Secretary Vince Cable after voting against the government on fracking,
Islamic State suffers setback in Kobane but battle continues
Spinner Sunil Narine withdraws from the West Indies squad for the Cricket World Cup after remodelling his bowling action.
Greek hopes and fears for the future after the elections
Pakistan all-rounder Haris Sohail is left "visibly shaken" after an apparent ghostly encounter in a New Zealand hotel.
Wired magazine apologises to subscribers after becoming "overwhelmed" by demand for a fitness tracker gift offer that went viral on the internet.
A South Sudanese militia has released 280 child soldiers as the first step in a process to free 3,000, the UN's children agency says.
A judge in the southern Spanish city of Granada charges 10 Roman Catholic priests and two Catholic lay workers with child sex abuse.
Apple reports first quarter earnings of $18bn and record iPhone sales of 74.5 million, beating investor expectations.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 2.9 is recorded in Hampshire, the British Geological Survey confirms.
At least two people are killed after UN forces try to end the siege of their base in the northern Malian city of Gao, government and hospital sources says.
Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen free the chief of staff of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi who they abducted 10 days ago.
Auschwitz survivors have been speaking at a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary since the liberation of the Nazi death camp.
Unison calls off a planned strike for its NHS members in England which was scheduled for 29 January.
Witnesses tell the BBC that Burundian soldiers killed 17 rebels after they surrendered, but the army insists they were killed in combat.
Japanese officials work to verify a video threatening to kill Islamic State hostage Kenji Goto within 24 hours unless Jordan frees an Iraqi militant on death row.
Three Egyptian activists lose their final appeal against three-year prison sentences they were given last year for violating an anti-protest law.
Chelsea reach the 2015 Capital One Cup final after Branislav Ivanovic's header earns a 2-1 aggregate win over Liverpool.
Banned cyclist Lance Armstrong has been harshly treated, according to former world cycling chief Pat McQuaid.
Back to school for South Sudan's once-feared child soldiers
Andre Ayew scores a dramatic late goal to take Ghana into the quarter-finals while South Africa go out of the tournament.
A night spent in the eye of the snowstorm
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras forms a new cabinet with Yanis Varoufakis as finance minister and right-winger Panos Kammenos as defence minister.
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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Chelsea will have a greater motivation in the League Cup after their defeat by Bradford.
Eva Schloss survived the Holocaust with her mother Fritzi after being imprisoned in Auschwitz.
Ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko was murdered for trying to "expose the corruption" at the heart of Russia's "mafia state", an inquiry hears.