Latest model will be 'most intelligent saloon in the business class', says car-maker
This 18 January will be the saddest date on the calendar, says tradition, but is there any scientific reason why?
Liberals left counting cost of unity as summit affirms marriage as being 'between a man and a woman'
Reconnecting the country to the global economy could have widespread geopolitical consequences
Markets have actually been on a long bull run and were sitting at high historical values
First ever parliamentary report on transgender equality criticises legal, healthcare and criminal justice systems
Notorious murderer was jailed for the deaths of four schoolgirls – and had been linked to more
Country is subject of latest ruling over "sweetheart" tax deals amid European Commission clampdown
Discovery of two Bronze-Age dwellings in Cambridgeshire has 'international significance', say experts
Medics insist patient safety and not pay or politics lies behind first walkout in 40 years
How consciousness arises in the brain is one of the most perplexing questions in neuroscience
Church leaders from six African countries threaten to walk out if 'godly order is not restored'
'This is a big deal,' say geologists. 'We could be looking at a step-change from one world to another'
Tactics range from weather forecasts to pop songs in the bid to win over soldiers
Telephone calls reveal the unique relationship between the two world leaders
Hands-on demonstrations with several soon-to-be released devices at the Consumer Electronics Show begs the question.
Rollover is the biggest since 1996, but the odds are far worse
The wife of the Hong Kong bookseller who went missing has withdrawn her request for help, saying he has been in touch
Expired copyright of Hitler's manifesto prompts soul-searching in Germany over fears it could stoke anti-Semitism