After the RSPCA warned owners of cats on vegan diets they could be prosecuted, the BBC looks at the debate.
Scientists in Wales are looking at how slag heaps can be used to remove CO2 from the air in the fight against climate change.
Mexico's new president is promising to renew efforts to tackle the country's drug cartels.
Sam Gyimah says a row about the EU's Galileo sat-nav system shows any deal will be "EU first".
Tyson Fury will seek to be a world champion for the second time when he faces Deontay Wilder in a bout laced with talking points.
Junior Hoilett produces a stunning winner as Cardiff come from goal down to beat Wolves and move out of the relegation zone.
Great Britain's women's team pursuit quartet win gold at the UCI Track World Cup in Berlin and there is silver for the men's team sprint trio.
Live coverage of Friday's The FA Cup game between Solihull Moors and Blackpool.
Banks are introducing passwords sent to your mobile phone, a problem if you don't have coverage.
They were once visions of the future, but are shopping centres now past their sell-by date?
Resolution Foundation finds agency workers are paid £400 a year less than directly employed colleagues
Microsoft has reclaimed the title of world's most valuable company, overtaking Apple.
England beat Uganda 65-53 to wrap up the series with a match to spare, despite a late fightback from the visitors.
Michelle Obama's memoir sells more than two million copies in the US and Canada within two weeks.
Harlequins inflict a first Premiership defeat of the season on leaders Exeter in an excellent match at Twickenham Stoop.
The Euro 2020 qualifiers will be drawn on Sunday in Dublin - how does the format work and who is likely to qualify?
A 7.0 magnitude earthquake causes people to run from buildings and prompted a tsunami alert for coastal areas.
Midfielder Darren Carter plays a short corner and is ruled offside as National League Solihull have a goal disallowed against League One Blackpool.