Alex Salmond is to step down as first minister of Scotland after voters decisively rejected independence.
PM David Cameron says it is time for millions of voices in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to be heard after Scotland votes to stay in the UK.
President Hollande says France has carried out its first air strikes against IS militants in Iraq, joining the US in military action against the group.
China fines UK pharmaceuticals firm GlaxoSmithKline $490m (£297m) for bribery and its former head of Chinese operations is given a suspended jail sentence.
Wembley Stadium will host the final and semi-finals of Euro 2020 while Cardiff misses out completely, Uefa confirms.
Police recover the mountain bike ridden by a convicted murderer who is wanted in connection with the disappearance of 14-year-old schoolgirl Alice Gross.
A three-day curfew begins in Sierra Leone to enable health workers to find and isolate cases of Ebola, but critics warn it will achieve little.
Google and Apple commit to encrypting users' data by default, to protect against hackers and the requests of law enforcement agencies.
Two detectives from Sussex Police who dealt with a sex crime allegation against Jimmy Savile are served with gross misconduct notices.
Security is being upgraded at the Australian parliament following "chatter" suggesting extremists could target it for attack, the PM says.
The NHS in England has run up a deficit of nearly £500m in the first few months of the financial year, official figures show.
A dangerous flaw that has exposed eBay customers to malicious websites has been affecting the site since at least February, the BBC has found.
A JetBlue airlines A-320 flying over California has been forced to make an emergency landing when an engine problem caused smoke to enter the aircraft's cabin.
We all dream from time to time of escaping it all and heading for the hills, but is it all it's cracked up to be? BBC Pop Up speaks to residents of two remote villages in the Rocky Mountains
US ambassador to the UN Samantha Power tells the BBC's Nick Bryant that she hopes a warning about the threat posed by Ebola by the UN Security Council, will be a wake-up call.
Will fan pressure on sponsors force the NFL to change its domestic violence policies?
Some Westminster landmarks normally closed to the public, including Downing Street, will be open this weekend.
Rivals in life, two of Britain's greatest painters William Turner and John Constable, are the subjects of major exhibitions in London.
In an interview with BBC Bristol presenter Lucy Tegg, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, admits he sometimes has doubts about God.
A man who was in the church hostel in Lagos which collapsed has credited a table with saving his life.
The first person to buy the iPhone 6 in Perth, Australia, dropped his new gadget during an interview with a TV reporter.
The 66-year-old actor - one of the original cast - will leave the show in Autumn 2015
Andy Murray's public backing for an independent Scotland might complicate his career, says BBC's tennis correspondent Russell Fuller.
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in second practice at the Singapore Grand Prix as title rival Nico Rosberg is 13th fastest.
Tottenham's Benoit Assou-Ekotto is banned for three games for his comments on the Nicolas Anelka "quenelle" incident.
Robbie Savage says the Londoner's turbulent time as Newcastle United manager could be coming to an end.
A ruling on the 2018 and 2022 World Cups corruption probe will not be made until next spring, says Fifa's ethics chief.
Shares rise in London after Scotland rejects independence, as a rally in the pound fades.
Shares in Alibaba, the Chinese online retailer, have begun trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
As Scotland votes to stay in the UK Alex Salmond calls for the pledge of more devolved powers to be carried out, and David Cameron says the commitments will be honoured in full.