The singer is awarded £210,000 in damages after the BBC breached his privacy with its reporting of a police raid at his home.
The tech entrepreneur lashed out at a British cave diver in Thailand for mocking his mini-sub.
Golfer Brittany Lincicome is aiming to become the first woman to make the cut at a US PGA tournament this week.
Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers is the first black woman to be chosen as Miss Universe Great Britain since the competition started in 1952.
The Destiny's Child singer has previously spoken about being depressed and "suicidal".
A portrait of Constance Markievicz is to be hung in Parliament, 100 years after her election as an MP.
Sir Cliff Richard is suing the BBC over coverage of a police raid on his home.
Your morning briefing for Wednesday 18 July 2018.
The railway industry launches a campaign to educate young people about the dangers of railways.
After Prime Minister's Questions, the PM will be grilled by senior MPs before rallying her backbenchers.
A committee of MPs say a wider ban on combustible material and requiring sprinklers would save lives,
British saxophonist YolanDa Brown on how she created a new genre of music.
A 20-year-old Nigerian says he is "the happiest person in the world" after receiving the bike gift.
What difference does a person's accent make to getting on in politics?
The full, untold story of Now That's What I Call Music - by the people who made it.
How a Take That tour helped save one club and ways the 100-ball competition could be the "feast" that changes county cricket.
The hot weather and low reservoir levels have uncovered the ruins of a lost village in Cumbria.
Government advisers publish new guidance - the first in more than 20 years - on healthy feeding for babies.
This may explain the sharp fall in teen pregnancies, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service says.
The evidence around omega-3 supplements is flimsy at best, say experts.