Researchers have revealed details of a major problem with the way wi-fi data is protected.
Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers leads our NFL plays of the week, scoring a 51-yard touchdown that ended the Kansas City Chiefs unbeaten start to the season.
The Late Late Show host says sorry after facing a backlash for a series of gags about the Hollywood producer.
Clashes are reported as Iraqi forces launch an operation to take Kurdish-held oil fields and a base.
Northern Ireland drop below Denmark in the Fifa rankings, meaning they will not be seeded for the 2018 World Cup play-offs.
How events in London in the early 20th Century played a vital role in the lead up to the Russian Revolution.
The star speaks for the first time about the stage accident that left him with several broken bones.
A senior officer says the Met Police is prioritising work because of pressure on resources.
In his new autobiography, Jenson Button says he was "never really friends" with Lewis Hamilton during their time at McLaren.
Colin Kaepernick files a lawsuit against NFL owners he claims are refusing to hire him because of his protests against racial injustice.
Your morning briefing for 16 October 2017.
England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow opens up to Michael Vaughan in a special interview for BBC Radio 5 live.
A deadline approaches for the Carles Puigdemont to clarify whether he has declared independence.
A coastguard team rescued the pet after it got swept out to sea on Sunday.
Pakistan is a country of stark contrasts, and when it comes to the treatment of women, they are even clearer, writes the BBC's Shumaila Jaffery.
Women use up their energy and trade their freedom every day to keep themselves feeling safe when they're out of the house, says Dr Fiona Vera Gray.
More than half of women in Kenya have been harassed on public transport, according to a recent study - Anita Nderu is one of them.
Public transport is a hotspot where most women are likely to experience harassment - but do schemes to have more women drivers help?
Some ill and disabled people are so worried about the process, they are using mobile phones to secretly record those interviews, critics say.
The PM's trip to meet EU chiefs comes a day after she phoned German Chancellor Angela Merkel.