The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 29 min 15 sec ago
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left St Mary's Hospital in Paddington with their baby daughter.
Steven Gerrard grabs a late winner for Liverpool against QPR to keep alive slim hopes of Champions League qualification.
Josh Trank, director of The Fantastic Four, has quit production on a new Star Wars spinoff series.
Luis Suarez nets his first hat-trick for Barcelona as the edge closer to the La Liga title with an emphatic win at Cordoba.
Several hundred Yazidis held by Islamic State militants have been executed near the western Iraqi city of Mosul, Yazidi and Iraqi officials say.
Christian Benteke scores twice as Aston Villa beat Everton to increase their survival hopes.
How people in UK and abroad celebrated the birth
Burundi's government accuses opposition groups campaigning against President Nkurunziza's re-election bid of being linked to "terrorists".
Dundee United beat Aberdeen and confirm Celtic as Scottish Premiership champions in the process.
The birth of a new member of the British Royal Family has been marked by TV news stations around the world.
The Duke of Cambridge brings Prince George to St Mary's Hospital to meet his new sister.
Police say they have recovered 26 bodies in an abandoned jungle camp in southern Thailand, on a route regularly used by people smugglers.
As the clean-up operation begins in Kathmandu there is a sense that "the city is coming back to life".
An anti-Brendan Rodgers group hires a plane to fly over Anfield carrying a banner calling for the manager's dismissal.
Forty-nine Afghan men appear in a court in Kabul accused of a mob attack in which a woman was beaten to death accused of burning the Koran.
Commonwealth champion Alex Dowsett sets a new world record for riding the furthest distance in an hour.
Bournemouth clinch the Championship title with a comfortable victory at Charlton, as Watford slip up at home.
A baby has been born in a Nepal earthquake field hospital as the authorities ruled out finding more survivors under the rubble.
Best-selling crime writer Ruth Rendell has died aged 85, her publisher says
The last weekend of the election campaign gets under way, with David Cameron highlighting pension plans, and Ed Miliband his vision for "working people".